Reports say that the world's No.1-ranked golfer Tiger Woods, left, has asked girlfriend and Olympic skiing champion Lindsey Vonn, right, to move into his Florida estate. (Photo : Facebook/Lindsey Vonn)
It looks like gold superstar Tiger Woods is taking his relationship with Olympic gold skier Lindsey Vonn to the next level.
According to Rant Sports.com via Terezowens.com, Woods, the No.1 ranked golf player in the world, has asked girlfriend Vonn to move in with him into his $60 million waterfront property.
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The reported development between the two marks yet another step forward in their relationship, which became public knowledge in March when the two confirmed their Facebook pages .
Woods' Florida mansion, located in the exclusive Juniper Island part of Florida, is about 16,127 square feet, according to the National Ledger.
Lindsey Vonn, who is divorced from skier Thomas Vonn, has remained largely quiet about her romantic life with Woods, stating in several interviews and on Facebook that she has been very happy regarding her dating Woods. As Vonn continues to rehab a torn ACL she suffered earlier this year at the world skiing championships, Woods was on a roll winning three straight tournaments before he fell short of victory at the PGA 2013 Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga., last week.
According to U.K. paper the Examiner, Vonn's mother, Linda Krohn, has given the couple their blessing, Krohn reportedly very pleased with Woods.
"We are excited about Lindsey and Tiger being together," said Linda Krohn about the relationship. "We really like him."
With the new upturns in Woods' private life, there begins the question of whether wedding bells are in the future for the couple. Aside from Vonn coming off a divorce finalized in January, Woods underwent an expensive and public divorce from Elin Nordegren in 2010 following a car crash on Thanksgiving weekend 2009 on Woods' property that led to allegations of several extra-marital affairs Woods reportedly engaged in. Whether the two star athletes would be willing to take the plunge into marriage again is anyone's guess.
Woods announced recently that he would compete at the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md., in June.