The 3.5-acre site has four USGA constructed putting greens and seven bunkers with four different types of sand. He wanted the course "to replicate tournament-level playing scenarios, similar to those he has faced on courses all over the world," according to TigerWoods.com.
"Pretty soon, I'll be moving into my new home in Jupiter, Fla. I'm excited about that and even more excited about my new practice facility. It's phenomenal," he explained in a blog post on TigerWoods.com on Monday.
"Working with my team, I designed the short-game facility and oversaw its construction," he added. "It features four greens, six bunkers with different depths and kinds of sand, a video center and a putting studio. If no wind is blowing, the longest club I can hit is a 7-iron. It's also set up so I can hit shots out of my second-story studio."