As a true American, Tiger Woods has had a garage full of American-made cars.
Over the years, the golfing legend has been seen behind the wheel of Cadillacs and Buicks.
But that doesn’t mean Woods, 46, hasn’t been spied driving faster.
The five-time Masters champion also owns a £240,000 Lamborghini Murcielago, as well as an S-class Mercedes Benz.
Here is his amazing car collection.
Perhaps the most famous of his cars, in 2009 Tiger famously drove his Escalade into a fire hydrant outside his former home in Windermere, Florida.
Just two days earlier, it was alleged that the golf superstar was having an affair with New York nightclub hostess Rachel Uchitel.
The SUV appeared to be a write-off and it is unknown if Tiger ever drove it again.
The General Motors Escalade was launched in 1999 as a competition for the Mercedes-Benz ML-Class and Lexus LX.
And the luxury vehicle is normally used as a limousine for Hollywood celebrities attending glitzy events.
It comes with a price tag of around £75,000.
This Lambo goes against most of the cars Woods swears by. Usually he is a man of comfort who likes a spacious 4×4.
However, the opportunity to own a Murcielago was too good for the golfing legend to turn down.
It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds and has a powerful V12 engine.
And new, it came with a price tag that could be a whopping £241,000. Not for a man of Tiger’s wealth, mind you.
When Buick designed the Bengal in 2001, they reportedly did it with Tiger in mind.
A concept car that was never made is a road to road, the company reportedly donated Tiger One.
They also put it in the foreground of all advertisements and showed off the impressive engine.
That said, under the hood was a rather disappointing 3.4 liter V6 engine.
2021 Genesis GV80 SUV
Woods was behind the wheel of this crossover hybrid when he was involved in a horrific accident in February 2021.
Woods broke both legs after rolling his car in a serious single-vehicle accident in California.
He had to undergo surgery to repair two fractures in his right leg and a shattered ankle after his car flipped and rolled off the road.
The golf great reportedly hit an elevated median at “speed,” smashing through a street sign and hitting a tree before flipping his vehicle several times.
PORSCHE CARRERA GT
Back to what’s legal and fast on the road, Woods invested in a rare Carrera GT that is a collector’s item.
Today they fetch around £500,000 – £1 million at auction.
Capable of reaching 100 mph in a swift 6.8 seconds, this supercar can reach a top speed of 205 mph.
Famous Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker died in a car accident in a Carrera GT.
In the early 2000s, Tiger was spotted driving a Velite – another concept vehicle.
Again, it didn’t see the light of day, but joined Woods at several events, where he showed it off.
Not much is known about the specifications of the original Velite.
Last year, however, Buick introduced the Velite model in China, with several tweaks including making it all-electric.
MERCEDES BENZ S65
In 2017, Woods was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving on Jupiter Island, Florida.
He was behind the wheel of the S65, reportedly worth around £135,000, when police pulled him over.
The car was impounded, so no one is quite sure if Tiger kept it.
And it reportedly sustained some damage before Woods’ arrest, with front and rear tires torn and bent alloy wheels.
A long-term sponsorship deal with Buick, which is no longer in effect today, allowed Tiger to choose from their models.
A mid-sized SUV, the Enclave has a starting price of around £40,000 and was just the ticket to cruising Florida.
In 2008, when GM had to make major budget cuts, Woods’ sponsorship deal was not renewed.
It was the end of a nine-year relationship.
CUSTOM MADE GOLF CAR
It’s not all fast cars, you know.
When Woods is on the golf course, he likes to zip around in his custom EZ-GO golf cart.
According to Hank Haney, one of Woods’ coaches, the golf cart has spinner wheels and a stereo system to play music.
It is also capable of 28 mph, more than many conventional carts today.
The Steady Lacrosse can cost as much as £40,000 with all the bells and whistles, which we imagine what Tiger had.
And it looked like Tiger was coming out of Buick’s retirement, as he promoted the car four years after being dropped by the marque.
Good for fuel economy, the Lacrosse was discontinued as the brand wants to focus on SUVs.
The small boot wouldn’t have suited Tiger to get his clubs in.
Reliable is a word that comes to mind when you think of Woods’ choice of car.
And you don’t get it any safer than a Lexus LS460.
Priced at around £75,000, it’s one of the more expensive saloons on the market.
Comfort is key, with the LS460 giving Tiger plenty of room to stretch out its 6ft frame.
It’s a worthy car to add to Tiger’s garage.