Palm Beach is home to some of the most exclusive golf clubs, beaches, and luxury estates – which may explain why the golf pros are flocking to the area. Here are few of the big names in the PGA Tour that call Palm Beach home.
Rickie Fowler is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. From 2007-2008, he was the number one ranked amateur golfer in the country. Fowler recently purchased a Jupiter estate, adding to the growing number of golf professionals who reside in the area.
The $14 million property is located near the Loxahatchee River and boasts a ton of space. The magnificent property contains six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, sports bar, “mud room”, and elevator.
Lavish amenities include floor-to-ceiling windows, waterfront pool with tanning deck, and private putting green that covers the 2.7 acre property. Fowler’s new home was created by Onshore Construction & Development, Decorators Unlimited, and architect Roger Janssen.
Rory McIlroy is a professional golfer from Northern Ireland who’s a member of both the European and PGA Tours. He’s one of four players to win three majors by the age of 25 and was ranked number one in the world by the Official World Golf Ranking for 95 weeks.
McIlroy’s immense mansion was bought from Ernie Els, another pro golf player, for $11 million. He and his wife, Erica Stoll, moved into the estate in 2017. With 300 palm trees and a full tennis court, the house contains seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a home theater, recording studio, and guest house with a sixcar garage.
Dustin Johnson, the number one ranked golfer in the world, purchased his stunning PalmBeach estate for $2.9 million. The massive 7,169 square foot home was renovated last year and features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and a master bedroom closet that can function as a seventh bedroom. Back in 2015, Johnson sold another Palm Beach property for $3.8 million.
Greg Norman is an Australian professional golfer who spent 331 weeks as the world’s number one ranked golfer in the 1980s and 1990s. He has won 91 international tournaments including 20 PGA Tour tournaments and two majors.
Norman purchased his mansion in Florida for $4.9 million in 1991 before putting it on the market for $55 million. After having his home on the market for a period of time, Norman ultimately decided to have the estate demolished with plans to have a new home built by 2019
Known as ‘Tranquility’, the property had seven separate buildings, including a two-bedroom guesthouse and six-car carriage. Luxurious amenities included a 165-foot deep water dock, 50-foot swimming pool, tennis pavilion, putting green, gym, home theater, and Polynesian-style grill house.