Tiger Woods Sells in SoCal at a Loss

Tiger Woods is not just struggling on the golf course, but it seems like his unlucky streak has extended to his real estate holdings as well. The Los Angeles Times, reports that the PGA champ recently sold his Corona del Mar condo for $2.214 million, which is significantly less than the $3 million he splashed out for the pad back in 2004 aka his pre-scandal days. Click through the gallery to take a tour of Woods' former condominium, which boasts sweet views of the Pacific and Santa Catalina Island.

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Tiger Woods is not just struggling on the golf course, but it seems like his unlucky streak has extended to his real estate holdings as well. The Los Angeles Times, reports that the PGA champ recently sold his Corona del Mar condo for $2.214 million, which is significantly less than the $3 million he splashed out for the pad back in 2004 aka his pre-scandal days. Click through the gallery to take a tour of Woods' former condominium, which boasts sweet views of the Pacific and Santa Catalina Island.
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A view of the exterior of the newport house, which doesn't exactly scream A-list celebrity. Woods' pad features 2,000 square feet and is located on the famed Ocean Boulevard.
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The front of the 1999 home features an outdoor patio, though we speculate that the super private Woods likely didn't spend much time out there getting to know his neighbors.
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A view of Woods' former living room, which includes a gas fireplace. According to public record, the golfer paid a little over $24,000 in taxes in 2011, which likely didn't even make a small dent in his bank account.
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The first floor boasts an open floor plan with the living room situated right next to the kitchen. Both the kitchen and living room feature ocean views.
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Step out onto the covered terrace and on clear days you can see Catalina Island. Woods spent $3 million on the property in 2004, the same year he married now ex-wife, Elin Nordegren.
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The view from the home's terrace. The same view is visible upstairs from the master suite.
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A closer look at the kitchen, which is quite small, though we guess having a large kitchen wasn't exactly a top priority for the golfer.
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While there's no sweeping view of the master suite, there is this photo, which shows the master suite's double closets and private terrace.
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There are 2.5 baths in Woods' former home, which officially hit public records at the end of July 2012.
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A closer look at the home's master bath.
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Here's a view, albeit a not so great one, of one of the bedrooms in the spread.
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The property comes equipped with two total parking spaces, one of which is covered.
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