Woods, a nine-time major winner who owns the record for most major titles at 21, has made a home of his own for almost a decade.
Woods, 61, was recently asked what he considers his favorite home.
“I would have to say, Tiger Woods,” Woods said, according to Axios.
The answer: a tree.
His favorite is an 18-foot-tall pine tree in Georgia called “Tiger Woods Crash,” which sits atop a property that includes two homes.
Tiger has spent the last year and a half growing the tree, which is called “Catch a Tiger,” in a forest in Georgia.
He said the tree is the best of both worlds.
He said, “It’s a home, it’s an adventure, and it’s a way of living that I never could live in a mansion.”
Woodsmobile is named for the former Tiger Woods driver who was killed in a car crash in 2014.
The company, which sells cars, motorcycles, trucks and SUVs, is also known for its racing program and the series of events called “World of Outlaws.”
Tigers last name is pronounced “TIG-shay,” which is also a shortened form of “tee-see.”
The story of Tiger Woods is part of a long line of American icons who have been named after famous sports figures, according the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Among them: Joe Louis, John Elway, Jack Dempsey, Jackie Robinson, Babe Ruth, Bobby Seale, Jim Thorpe, Ted Williams, Steve Jobs, Jackie Kennedy, John Wooden, Babe Watson, and Babe Ruth.