updated 08/10/2013 AT 1:20 PM ET
•originally published 08/10/2013 AT 2:20 PM ET
A hole in one has never been such a headache for Tiger Woods.
As the pro golfer spends his weekend competing at the PGA Championship in Rochester, New York, back home at his Jupiter Island mansion, things are quickly deteriorating.
Woods and girlfriend Lindsey Vonn’s sprawling 10,000-sq.-ft. waterfront mansion is sinking due to Florida’s soft soil, which contains organic materials that decompose over the years – resulting in a major hassle for homeowners, reports FOX News.
Life for the lovebirds was par for the course, that is until Woods and Vonn began noticing cracks in the walls and doorframes throughout the residence.
In an effort to save the sinking ship – er, house –, Woods, who purchased the property in 2006 for $44.5 million, reportedly hired contractors, who have started to stabilize the home with helical piles.