Phil, the time is now to get the hell out of CA and enjoy life in a more tax friendly environment.
Tiger Woods admits he left California because of high tax rates after rival Phil Mickelson apologizes for saying he may quit West Coast
- Tax increases were approved by California voters back in November
- Tiger Woods, who is worth $600million, said he 'understood' why Mickelson might be planning a move from West Coast
- Woods lives in $80million estate in Palm Beach, Florida
By Daily Mail Reporter
PUBLISHED: 01:58 EST, 23 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 EST, 23 January 2013
Tiger Woods said today that the reason he left California in the mid-Nineties was because the state's taxes were too high.
The golfer spoke at a press conference on Tuesday about his decision to move to Florida in 1996.
Speaking at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, California, Woods said:'I moved out of here back in ’96 for that reason.'