The Lavish Cribs Of The World’s Top 5 Golfers

The luxury homes of the five best golfers in the world.

5. Rickie Fowler- Jupiter, Florida

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The Californian has banked $21 million on tour since turning pro. He moved to his current home in Jupiter back in 2011. Rickie’s house is obviously impressive but modest in comparison to the other four on the list.

Keegan Bradley, Dustin Johnson and Camilo Villegas are all close by, not to mention Tiger is across the water. It wouldn’t surprise us to see the Californian make some moves with girlfriend, Alexis Randock, then again their relationship is reportedly rocky. Not much to say about his humble abode, on to the next.

4. Bubba Watson- Orlando, Florida.

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The man from Bagdad has pocketed $32 million since 2006 and his new home has a lot of history. “I looked at probably 50 houses before I looked at Tiger’s,” Watson told Golf.com before adding, ‘we’ve renovated 95% of it.’  Perhaps the devoutly religious Watson family wanted to rid the place of all its sin? As the location of Tiger’s highly publicized car crash, this property has probably seen a fair amount of drama.

The house has 8 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms and a swimming pool. It can be found in the Isleworth community which counts Shaquille O’Neal, Grant Hill, Mark O’Meara and Wesley Snipes amongst its residents. Tiger upgraded to his $54 million Jupiter island home, so don’t feel too sorry for him

3. Rory McIlroy- Jupiter, Florida

Rory has earnt $28 million from tournament golf in his short career. This 15,000-square-foot, $9.5 million house has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms not to mention it’s situated in a prime golf location. I wonder what happened to Caroline Wazniacki’s pool table?

2. Jason Day 

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The Australian took sometime to get going but has now racked up  12 professional wins, pocketing him $27 million. The Australian and his wife Ellie moved back to her hometown in Westerville, Ohio, 4-years ago. Day bought the home for $2.5 million and is fiercely private about his family life- no home tours for this golfer.

1. Jordan Spieth
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Earning $20 million is three years of tournament golf is silly money for a 22-year-old. Spieth celebrated his success with the purchase of this 7,378-square foot home in his hometown of Dallas. The property was bought for $2.3 million and the listing doesn’t hide the luxury.
” A Magnificent Old Preston Hollow beauty with exquisite amenities including droin ceiling and art niches in hall, arched doorways, two 12 ft. stone islands in chef’s kitchen, beautiful family room open to kitchen with views of pool, 288 bottle wine closet, media room, gameroom, 5 bedrooms have private baths and an office with 2 story ceilings.”

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