Fore! English golfer Lee Westwood has put his mansion in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, on the market. The $11 million asking price for the 2013 home is almost double what he paid just two years ago, according to reports at the time.
The proud owner of 23 wins on golf's European tour moved to the Sunshine State from blustery England to work on his golf game year-round. Thanks to the temperate climate and the home's prime location adjacent to a golf course, we're guessing he had plenty of opportunity to refine his game.
The 42-year-old did unseat Tiger Woods as the world's No. 1 golfer in 2010. But winning a major championship has remained elusive, which might have prompted Westwood's move to Florida.
His 9,500-square-foot mansion features a huge family room with a wood beam ceiling, a screening room, marble floors, and a "light and bright" kitchen with high-end appliances.
Outdoors, there's a pool and a covered patio with fire pit and wet bar.
A terrace on the second floor is an entertainer's dream. Perhaps you could pitch a few golf balls up there while working on your technique.
Rumors have swirled that the home's sale is being spurred by the pending split of Westwood and his wife.