The answer to the question, "When will Tiger Woods return to his new restaurant Woods Jupiter?" has finally been answered, now that Woods has been bumped out of the PGA Tour Championship in Wisconsin after not making the cut.
In language similar to quarterbacks yelling "I'm going to Disney World!" Woods told USA Today that he has a plan now that the PGA Championship is over for him.
"What now? I'm going to go home and watch the leaders tee off and play. Probably in Florida. Actually I'll go to my sports bar, how about that?"As was reported by the Inquisitr, Tiger Woods was not at Woods Jupiter for its opening on Monday, due to his travels to the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. At that time, it was thought that he would have several "Grand Opening" parties at the start of football season.
Tiger Woods' score on Saturday, at four over par, was not good enough to move on in the PGA Championship and is yet another disappointment in his plan to get back on top in the world of pro golf. If he can't be on the links, he wold rather be watching golf at his brand new restaurant, which could be his future success.
Woods was looking to create a place close to his home in Jupiter, Florida, where he could hang out, have a good meal, and watch sports, all in his neighborhood. He is also moving the main offices of Tiger Woods Design, a company that designs golf courses, into the same Harbourside complex as his restaurant.This week on the other side of the world, Tiger's ex Lindsey Vonn broke her ankle in a ski crash that brought her back state side to be evaluated by doctors, so both Vonn and Woods are suffering professional setbacks at the same time. Though they broke up this spring, Vonn claims they still text, and she has tweeted messages of support to Woods on several occasions, claiming that "he will" get back on top of the PGA Tour.Neither Woods nor Vonn have confirmed or denied whether Vonn will attend one of Woods' invite-only grand opening parties at Woods Jupiter.
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