Having seen his golf game decline in recent years, Tiger Woods is getting in the restaurant business. The Woods Jupiter: Sports and Dining Club, his $8 million venture in Jupiter, Fla., will open on Monday. Woods announced the news with some stylish food photos on Instagram and Facebook.
There's no word on the official menu yet, but if the photos are any indication, diners and golf enthusiasts can at least expect what appears to be a Caprese salad and lamb chops. The restaurant's design will feature marble and granite from international locales. There will also be golf quotes on the outside doors and a private elevator for Woods to enter the restaurant, even though he wants to be able to "use the front door."
Woods certainly isn't the only professional athlete-turned-restaurateur. Kevin Durant, for example, opened KD's Southern Cuisine two years ago in Oklahoma City, offering a "Baller's Menu" with a $52 New York strip and "iced seafood collection."