Tiger Woods withdrew from the Farmers Insurance Open on Thursday after 12 holes in the first round, citing a back injury.
That had to hurt.
What could hurt his wallet more is a Palm Beach Post report that the golfer still owes his ex-wife Elin Nordegren $54 million as part of their 2010 divorce settlement.
Jose Lambiet of Gossipextra.com has the legal papers to back it up. Click here to see the papers.
If Woods doesn’t pay Nordegren off by Jan. 15, 2016, he could lose his Jupiter Island home. Nordegren has created a holding company named JRD Ventures, which holds the mortgage on the house, according to the report.
Gossipextra.com is making sure Woods doesn’t lose track of time, running a countdown clock.
Woods should have no problem paying; he has an estimated net worth of $600 million.