Tiger Woods stays on his £15million superyacht Privacy in New York for the PGA Championship

TIGER WOODS could be set for an incredible return to golf at this year's Masters in Augusta.

The fifteen-time Major winner has amassed a fortune from his lucrative career – and owns a stunning £15m superyacht for cruising the high seas.

The former world No 1 has jokingly referred to his amazing 155ft vessel as his "dinghy" in the past.

The amazing boat, which Woods bought in 2004, measures 6,500 sq ft and can sleep ten guests in five state rooms.

There are also four cabins that house the ship's nine crew members.

In addition to that there is a fully-equipped gym on board, a three-person elevator to get between floors, a massive eight-person Jacuzzi and a bar.

Inside Tiger’s lair

Tiger's yacht includes:

  • Large deck bar
  • Eight-person Jacuzzi
  • Scuba-tank fill station
  • Inflatable decompression chamber
  • Cherry woodwork in the interior
  • VIP stateroom with two queen size cabin amidships and a twin cabin
  • Gym with a treadmill, exercise bike and free weights
  • Three-person elevator
  • Theater

There is also a scuba station and still room on the yacht to carry three jet skis, two ocean kayaks and two Vespa scooters.

Really, it's no wonder that the whole thing costs just over £1.5m a year to run.

Privacy has a top speed of 18 knots and our interior shots show how it is finished in a classy cherry woodwork.

Despite the convenience of a lift, there is a sweeping staircase on board with transparent steps and a cherry handrail.

Woods often lives on the yacht when competing at events on New York's Long island.

However it is usually moored near his £41m home on Jupiter Island in Florida.

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Woods famously won the 2019 Masters to clinch his 15th major title in a shock victory after an 11-year drought and a number of severe injuries, including needing surgery on his back.

The American has not played golf since February 2021 following a serious car crash, which left him needing surgery on his leg.

Woods, 46, has been pictured at Augusta for practice but it is not yet confirmed if he will challenge for a sixth-Masters crown.

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