Tiger Woods, who recently played in the Barclays tournament in New Jersey, moved into an apartment in Manhattan over the weekend.
Woods was “introducing himself as the new neighbor,” a source told US Weekly magazine.
The magazine found out that Woods moved into an apartment downtown, which was not named.
Woods tied for 12th place at the end of the Barclays—his best this year—which was enough for him to retain the spot as world’s number one golfer.
The world’s number two golfer, Phil Mickelson, didn’t play the last two rounds.
Woods also gets to move on to play in the next tournament in the FedExCup series.
“I’m trying to get, obviously, my game in order,” the 34-year-old golfer told reporters last week.
Of nine tournaments this year, Woods has failed to win one. Last year, he won the FedExCup and took home $10 million.