Dion, Woods Among Florida's Top Water Hogs Florida's ritzy central coast is in the midst of a drought — and the Palm Beach Post has outed the area's biggest water guzzlers. Celine Dion's estate uses enough water to fill a bathtub every 4 minutes. Irrigation at Tiger Woods' new place gulps down more than 300,000 gallons a month. Normal usage is 10,000 gallons a month.
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Dion, Woods Among Florida's Top Water Hogs

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Dion, Woods Among Florida's Top Water Hogs

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Florida's ritzy central coast is in the midst of a drought — and the Palm Beach Post has outed the area's biggest water guzzlers. Celine Dion's estate uses enough water to fill a bathtub every 4 minutes. Irrigation at Tiger Woods' new place gulps down more than 300,000 gallons a month. Normal usage is 10,000 gallons a month.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. Florida's ritzy central coast is in the midst of a drought, and the Palm Beach Post has outed its biggest water guzzlers. Topping the list, some famous names. Celine Dion's estate uses enough water to fill a bathtub every four minutes. Irrigation at Tiger Woods' new place gulps down more than 300,000 gallons a month, though he's cutting back soon. Normal usage is 10,000 gallons a month. It's MORNING EDITION.

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