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What Does Tiger Really Drive?

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Does anyone know what kind of car Tiger REALLY drives? I know Mrs. Woods probably now drives a Soccer mom Buick Raineer, but what does the main man take to go and pick up a protein shake?
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He doesn't drive anywhere. His house is actually the epicenter of the universe. He just opens his front door and waits for everything to rotate and bring him what he wants.
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Does anyone know what kind of car Tiger REALLY drives? I know Mrs. Woods probably now drives a Soccer mom Buick Raineer, but what does the main man take to go and pick up a protein shake?

If he's driving a Buick, I'm going to bet it's a LaCrosse Super.

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He has a sub-basement garage at his place.. I'm sure it holds at least 10-12 cars. I'm gonna guess.. Top of the line Mercedes in 2 different colors.. the obligitory Ranier thats completely decked out.. MAYBE one or two exotic cars.. but I really don't see him being too showoff-ish with his rides.
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Tiger doesn't strike me as the car collector/fan type. Point in case, he gave his caddy Steve Williams the Ford GTs he got as a prize in winning the last two Ford Championships. THATS CRAZY! Keep the cars Tiger!
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If he ever does an episode of Cribs on MTV then we will know what he drives. I've seen some pretty sweet rides on that show. I'm sure what ever it is it's a sweet ride. Now watch it be a late 70's Ford Pinto.
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If he ever does an episode of Cribs on MTV then we will know what he drives. I've seen some pretty sweet rides on that show. I'm sure what ever it is it's a sweet ride. Now watch it be a late 70's Ford Pinto.

I believe it's an AMC Pacer.
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Umm don't short change Tiger, he made $112 million last year!

That list is disgusting. Those salaries/earnings/endorsement figures make me want to cry.....
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Umm don't short change Tiger, he made $112 million last year!

Wow, I underestimated his annual earnings by...the price of a Gulfstream jet. Sorry Tiger

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I'm sure the guy has something in there worth some money. There is no way I wouldn't have at least one exotic sitting down there but that's not everybody's thing.
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So that brings up the next question. If you made $100+ Million, what would you drive?

Here's my list. What? You think I would only have one car?

SUV: I would likely go with an H2. All the trimmings but not overly blinged.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/SPECI...QQcmdZViewItem

Daily Driver: Dodge Charger SRT-8 and Mercedes S-Class Sedan. There are a few days in each week.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/FLORI...QQcmdZViewItem
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2008-...QQcmdZViewItem

Classic: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/World...QQcmdZViewItem

Sportscar: Lamborghini Murcielago.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/TRIPL...QQcmdZViewItem

Throw in a Dodge Ram SLT Big Horn, it's what I drive now and I love it, and a Jeep Wrangler for kicking around.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2008-...QQcmdZViewItem
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I wouldn't class a Murcielago as a sports car though, It's really something more... So I'll change my sportscar category to 'Supercar'

For me, SUV :None
Daily : BMW M3 CS or maybe an M5
Classic : None
Supercar : Ferrari 430 Scudeira
Id probably also have a Seat Leon to trade in and out with the M3.

Nothing American for me, definatly. Its gotta be European.
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Umm don't short change Tiger, he made $112 million last year!

Wow. What happened to Michael Schumacher? Wasn't he at $50 mil last year? Or am I having a Champions Tour moment?

That list is disgusting. Those salaries/earnings/endorsement figures make me want to cry.....

Why? These guys earn that money, and the companies that pay them that make it back easily in profit difference versus what they'd be making without these guys. It's a win for everyone.

So that brings up the next question. If you made $100+ Million, what would you drive?

Collection of Mazdas, but only because that's what I've driven my entire driving life. I had a 626, now I have a 3-series. If I made 7+ figures, I'd probably get an RX-8 (that may well come if I make mid-6 figures). And an SUV of some flavor.

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