Dad Of Alleged Mistress Consulted On Tiger Home

The NATIONAL ENQUIRER reported today on yet another alleged extramarital tryst involving Tiger Woods. The woman in question is Raychel Coudriet, a 22-year-old college student at the University of Alabama.

Tiger Woods Mistress Raychel Coudriet With Father Homebuilder Ray

(Raychel with father and Windermere-area home builder Ray Coudriet)

The Enquirer reported Coudriet as a neighbor of Woods in Orlando, so it isn’t a coincidence that her father, famed Florida luxury home builder Ray Coudriet, has some of his designs on the market in the same neighborhood as the Woods family home.

Tiger Woods Mistress Raychel Coudriet With Father Homebuilder Ray

(Raychel golfing at Tiger’s home Isleworth Country Club)

In 1997, the ORLANDO SENTINEL reported Woods buying a $3.5M piece of property in Windermere which eventually would become the site of his current family home.

Raychel Coudriet Tiger Woods Mistress Photos Pictures

Who did the Sentinel go to for comment at the time about the development?

Ray Coudriet, whose daugher Raychel was 9 at the time. 

Woods, 21, has spent $3.5 million acquiring one of the largest pieces of property in Isleworth, the exclusive southwest Orange County development where he now has a home.

Currently living in a $500,000 condominium, Woods has amassed approximately three oak-lined acres surrounding a cove of Lake Bessie on the cul de sac of Fairway Oaks Drive - just down the street from Orlando Magic star Penny Hardaway.

His new compound likely will top the exclusive estates of such famed neighbors as Seattle Mariners outfielder Ken Griffey Jr., Los Angeles Lakers center Shaquille O’Neal and movie star Wesley Snipes.

He has yet to select house plans or one of the community’s six approved builders, but he has had informal discussions with some of them.

”It’s a beautiful piece of property that allows a lot of creativity in the design and build process,” Isleworth builder Ray Coudriet said.

Combine this new development with The Masters Chairman bringing the pain today and the hits keep coming for Art Spander’s special friend.