Tiger Woods follow from holidays in majorca with his family and he does it like any other tourist. Without apparent privileges and waiting in line
Tiger Woods visits the Rafa Nadal museum in Manacor… surrounded by tourists!
Tiger Woods follow from holidays in majorca with his family and he does it like any other tourist. Without apparent privileges and waiting in line to access the Rafa Nadal Museum in Manacorthe ‘Tiger’ was photographed by the Spanish golfer Javier Colomo… who coincidentally was also visiting the Academy of the Balearic tennis player.
Colomo, a professional player and coach, a member of the Asian Tour for eight seasons, was surprised to see the ‘GOAT’ of world golf ‘integrated’ like any other tourist. “Go to the museum of the God Rafa Nadal and meet the Jesus Christ of golf, Tiger Woods”the three-time Spanish champion commented on his Instagram stories.
A museum of Rafa Nadal… and world sport
The museum of Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar It has a very complete exhibition of the trophies of the tennis player from Manacor. Together to the 22 ‘big’ you can see their 36 Masters 1,000 trophiestheir two Olympic gold medals their five Davis Cup… or some local trophies in Balearic children’s competitions that Rafa won in his early days and his first racket.
But besides the Nadal’s own collection of shoes, rackets and t-shirts, the museum has a fabulous exhibition of objects donated by great athletes both Spanish and international. from a single-seater Fernando Alonso’s Renault a few Pau Gasol shoessome Severiano Ballesteros golf clubs… and a Tiger Woods polo shirt!
Tiger, disconnection in Mallorca with the family
As revealed by the Twitter account @CelebJets, the winner of 15 majors and 82 PGA tournaments landed this Thursday at Palma de Mallorca airport in his private plane and since then he has enjoyed a few days of disconnection with his family after fail in tears the cut of the last British Open in St. Andrews.
This Saturday he could be seen playing golf with his son Charlie on the Son Quint course in Palma (belonging to a ‘resort’ called Arabella Golf), a less demanding course to walk than others in the area, something that Woods would surely appreciate with the high temperatures that are recorded these days on the island.