DUSTIN JOHNSON will take home £1.5million if he wins the 2021 Masters – but he has already made a pretty penny this week.
The American golf star and partner Paulina Gretzky have reportedly sold their Florida mansion for £12m.
The luxurious 13,000-square-foot home was purchased by the two-time Major winner, 36, in 2015.
Paying £3.65m for the property, he extensively renovated it to turn a very healthy profit on its sale.
According to Insider, the sale to an unnamed buyer was completed in the build-up to the Masters.
Among the mansion’s notable features is a private island, connected via a boardwalk across a short stretch of water in the garden.
The home also boasts its own boat ramp and a saltwater pool reaching ten-feet deep.
Johnson is said to have planned to live in the home having overseen the refurbishment, installing a golf practice area for putting and chipping.
However, a source is quoted by Insider as saying it was ‘not what he wanted in the end’.
Inside, the property contains seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
The master bedroom leads onto a balcony to overlook the pool and private island, and was enlarged in the renovation.
A two-bedroom guest house, four-car garage, and a very impressive kitchen and living room are also featured.
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The Palm Beach Gardens property is not Johnson’s only home.
Down the road on North Palm Beach, he also owns a mega six-bedroom mansion.
Florida is certainly the destination of choice for golfers, in particular the exclusive Jupiter Island area.
Johnson and Gretzky previously lived there, until selling up for £5m in 2014.