The pro golfer has a new home with a four-hole golf course and mini Olympic Village

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Tiger Woods has been traveling on the PGA golf tour, but his new Jupiter Island, Fla., estate – 4 ½ years in the making – is nearly ready.

“Tiger built this house on more than four lots and has made the surrounding property into a mini Olympic Village,” Jeff Lichtenstein, a real estate agent with Illustrated Properties, who has taken aerial shots of the Jupiter Island estate, tells PEOPLE. “It is a property he developed for his own personal use, which also serves as a training facility.”

The estate has a four-hole golf course with sand traps, 100 ft.-long swimming pool, diving pool, spa, 100 ft. field and track area, tennis and basketball courts, a pair of boat docks, and a reflecting pond. Inside the facility is a 5,700 sq.-ft. fitness center.

“Tiger virtually built himself his version of a YMCA or world class fitness center,” Lichtenstein tells PEOPLE. “His home is not backed up to the water as are most on Jupiter Island because of the golf course.”

Unlike many Palm Beach area homes which are Spanish Mediterranean in style, Woods’s estate, valued at between $60 and $80 million, is sleek and European with many modern conveniences.

He bought the house nearly five years ago for $44.5 million with the interior space being 9,729 square feet on 12 acres, according to reports. He has spent millions to renovate the interior and exterior.

Inside the house, there is a large master suite with his and her bathrooms, three additional bedroom suites, a massive media room, elevator and state-of-the-art kitchen. The basement has a large wine cellar and multiple game rooms.

A guest house, garage, golf training studio and boat house round out the property, which stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway.