Jordan Spieth buys home with indoor basketball court and Augusta National mural
Claiming the No. 1 spot as golf's top earner lends itself certain perks. Such as the means to pull the trig on a new $7 million home.
Jordan Spieth, who raked in $53 million in winnings and sponsorship deals in 2015, recently bought Hunter Mahan's old Dallas digs. Candy Evans, a real estate writer, reports that the mansion was originally on the market for $8.5 million, proving that, even off the links, Spieth is able to best his fellow pros.
The house boasts a 12-car underground garage (which, if you look to the right, has an Augusta National mural), indoor basketball court, pool, golf-simulator room, grill room and wine cellar.
Check out the photos below:
Augusta National mural to the right
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