Tiger Woods can be seen in his chic Florida restaurant that was instructed to stop serving soup and fish

Tiger Woods was ordered to stop selling fish and soup at his restaurant because it could make his guests sick, according to inspection records obtained by DailyMail.com.

The Woods Jupiter was quoted twice by state inspectors last year for serious health violations at its steak and seafood restaurant in Jupiter, Florida.

Inspectors ordered the restaurant to & # 39; potentially dangerous & # 39; pull onion and chicken soup from the menu after inspectors found them at incorrect temperatures.

The Woods Jupiter also received & # 39; stop sell orders & # 39; on mahi-mahi, yellowtail and salmon after they found that the fish was not frozen properly.

The 43-year-old saw his chic restaurant deserted last Tuesday, fresh from Sunday's overwhelming victory over The Masters.

Tiger Woods, fresh from Sunday's overwhelming win at The Masters, was recently ordered to stop selling fish and soup at his restaurant because it could have made his guests sick, according to inspection records obtained by DailyMail.com. Pictured: Woods leaves his restaurant on Tuesday

Tiger Woods, fresh from Sunday's overwhelming win at The Masters, was recently ordered to stop selling fish and soup at his restaurant because it could have made his guests sick, according to inspection records obtained by DailyMail.com. Pictured: Woods leaves his restaurant on Tuesday

The Woods Jupiter was mentioned twice by state inspectors last year for serious health violations at its steak and seafood restaurant in Jupiter, Florida (photo)

The Woods Jupiter was mentioned twice by state inspectors last year for serious health violations at its steak and seafood restaurant in Jupiter, Florida (photo)

The Woods Jupiter was mentioned twice by state inspectors last year for serious health violations at its steak and seafood restaurant in Jupiter, Florida (photo)

The Woods Jupiter, the scene of fan celebrations on Sunday when Tiger won his 15th career as a major in Augusta, Georgia, was commissioned to & # 39; potentially dangerous & # 39; to remove onion soup and chicken soup from the menu after inspectors found them at temperatures higher than 41 degrees.

Soups were stored at temperatures higher than 41 degrees, with chicken soup at 63 degrees and onion soup at 43 degrees – making them both potential carriers of foodborne diseases, according to the report issued after the inspectors' visit in November 2018 .

A total of six violations were found, three as & # 39; high priority & # 39; and three as & # 39; intermediate & # 39; considered sufficient to justify a second inspection on the following day, according to reports published in the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

The Woods Jupiter was cited for keeping shellfish sauce at 76 degrees and chicken broth at 73 degrees in an ice bath, requiring officials to order kitchen staff to add ice.

Inspectors also found beef at 50 degrees in a refrigerator that was overstocked with food.

Among the interim violations, the state cited the shellfish restaurant without tags with the date it was last served and raw oysters on the menu without a consumer warning.

According to the report issued after the inspectors' visit in November 2018, soups were stored at temperatures over 41 degrees, with chicken soup at 63 degrees and onion soup at 43 degrees - making them both potential carriers of food-borne diseases. Pictured: the Woods Jupiter menu in May 2018 with French onion soup

According to the report issued after the inspectors' visit in November 2018, soups were stored at temperatures over 41 degrees, with chicken soup at 63 degrees and onion soup at 43 degrees - making them both potential carriers of food-borne diseases. Pictured: the Woods Jupiter menu in May 2018 with French onion soup

According to the report issued after the inspectors' visit in November 2018, soups were stored at temperatures over 41 degrees, with chicken soup at 63 degrees and onion soup at 43 degrees – making them both potential carriers of food-borne diseases. Pictured: the Woods Jupiter menu in May 2018 with French onion soup

A total of six violations were found, three as & # 39; high priority & # 39; and three as & # 39; intermediate & # 39; considered sufficient to justify a second inspection on the following day, according to reports published in the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Pictured: the Woods Jupiter menu in May 2018 with salmon

A total of six violations were found, three as & # 39; high priority & # 39; and three as & # 39; intermediate & # 39; considered sufficient to justify a second inspection on the following day, according to reports published in the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Pictured: the Woods Jupiter menu in May 2018 with salmon

A total of six violations were found, three as & # 39; high priority & # 39; and three as & # 39; intermediate & # 39; considered sufficient to justify a second inspection on the following day, according to reports published in the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Pictured: the Woods Jupiter menu in May 2018 with salmon

The establishment, which serves $ 47 steaks and $ 29 shrimp scampi, was re-inspected the next day and passed on with flying colors.

However, it was the second time in 2018 that The Woods Jupiter required a second visit from the inspectors.

On February 12, 2018, inspectors ordered the restaurant to stop selling mahi-mahi, yellowtail, and salmon after they found that the fish was not properly frozen. The restaurant was released to cook fish after re-inspection.

Neither Chris Hubman, Woods & CFO, nor Glenn Greenspan, his spokesperson, answered calls and emails asking for comments. The voicemail from the restaurant was full and did not accept any comments.

The Woods Jupiter opened in 2015 in a waterfront mall and usually offers positive reviews.

It has become a main part of nightlife in the chic city with drink specials at the bar after 10 p.m. The golfer occasionally visits a visitor, but does not become involved in the daily course of events.

As DailyMail.com first reported in September, The Woods was partially run by the girlfriend of the two-year-old golfer, Erica Herman.

As DailyMail.com first reported in September, The Woods was partially run by two-year-old golfer's girlfriend, Erica Herman (shown together in September 2018)

As DailyMail.com first reported in September, The Woods was partially run by two-year-old golfer's girlfriend, Erica Herman (shown together in September 2018)

As DailyMail.com first reported in September, The Woods was partially run by two-year-old golfer's girlfriend, Erica Herman (shown together in September 2018)

Herman, who was spotted kissing Tiger after Sunday's big win (pictured with Woods & # 39; children and mother who encouraged him), was one of the restaurant's directors and earned $ 1,586.54 a week. Although reports claim that she no longer works in the restaurant, documents show that her wages are still collected until she has paid a bad business debt of $ 240,000

Herman, who was spotted kissing Tiger after Sunday's big win (pictured with Woods & # 39; children and mother who encouraged him), was one of the restaurant's directors and earned $ 1,586.54 a week. Although reports claim that she no longer works in the restaurant, documents show that her wages are still collected until she has paid a bad business debt of $ 240,000

Herman, who was spotted kissing Tiger after Sunday's big win (pictured with Woods & # 39; children and mother who encouraged him), was one of the restaurant's directors and earned $ 1,586.54 a week. Although reports claim that she no longer works in the restaurant, documents show that her wages are still collected until she has paid a bad business debt of $ 240,000

Woods is not the only famous athlete who encounters health check problems in his restaurant. Pictured: Woods on Sunday after his big win at The Masters

Woods is not the only famous athlete who encounters health check problems in his restaurant. Pictured: Woods on Sunday after his big win at The Masters

Woods is not the only famous athlete who encounters health check problems in his restaurant. Pictured: Woods on Sunday after his big win at The Masters

Herman, who was spotted kissing Tiger after Sunday's big win, was one of the restaurant's directors and earned $ 1,586.54 a week.

Although reports claim she no longer works at the restaurant, papers in a local lawsuit show that her wages are still collected until she pays a bad business debt of $ 240,000.

Woods is not the only famous athlete who encounters health check problems in his restaurant.

NBA legend Michael Jordan was also struck by & # 39; stop sell orders & # 39; at 1000 North, a private club and grill that he owns, which is just a few blocks away from the golfer's restaurant.

Jordan's restaurants feature American cuisine with Charleston crab soup and oysters with hay rolls. The location will also be a restaurant open to the public and a private club that costs $ 3,500 to participate.

When health inspectors visited the hot spot in December, they found white fish that had not been frozen properly after being stored, and cream and blue cheese olives were kept at 50 degrees – nine degrees higher than normal practice.

NBA legend Michael Jordan was also struck by & # 39; stop sell orders & # 39; at 1000 North, a private club and grill that he owns, which is only a few blocks away from the golfer's restaurant

NBA legend Michael Jordan was also struck by & # 39; stop sell orders & # 39; at 1000 North, a private club and grill that he owns, which is only a few blocks away from the golfer's restaurant

NBA legend Michael Jordan was also struck by & # 39; stop sell orders & # 39; at 1000 North, a private club and grill that he owns, which is only a few blocks away from the golfer's restaurant

When health inspectors visited the hot spot in December, they found white fish that was not frozen properly after being stored, and cream and blue cheese olives were kept at 50 degrees - nine degrees higher than normal practice

When health inspectors visited the hot spot in December, they found white fish that was not frozen properly after being stored, and cream and blue cheese olives were kept at 50 degrees - nine degrees higher than normal practice

When health inspectors visited the hot spot in December, they found white fish that was not frozen properly after being stored, and cream and blue cheese olives were kept at 50 degrees – nine degrees higher than normal practice

The ingredients, the inspectors reported, were & # 39; potentially dangerous & # 39; and ordered the food to be thrown out.

1000 North also failed to warn consumers that eating raw oysters could cause disease, according to that report.

Inspectors returned the next day and found no offense, according to the state magazines.

& # 39; We take inspections very seriously, just like all our kitchens, & # 39; said 1000 North Executive Chef Lee Morris. & # 39; The warnings issued in December were corrected immediately. You will find that the open kitchen at 1000 NORTH adheres to the highest standards. & # 39;

A spokesperson for a restaurant, Jordan, the largest owner of the Charlotte Bobcats of the NBA, has nothing to do with the daily business.

Jordan owns a 28,000 square foot home in the nearby Bear's Club, a development founded by great Jack Nicklaus golf.