Star golfer Hunter Mahan has finally offloaded his five-bedroom mansion in Dallas -- and the buyer will definitely enjoy the golf simulator in the downstairs gym. Fellow PGA star Jordan Spieth has snapped up the estate for a reported $7.15 million, more than a million under the listing price (after the most recent price cut).
Golf pros consider the 22-year-old Spieth a wunderkind following in the footsteps of the great Tiger Woods. He's the second-youngest golfer to win the Masters (Woods, of course, is the youngest) and the youngest U.S. Open champion in more than 90 years.
Measuring more than 10,000 square feet, his new home offers plenty of room for the bachelor lifestyle, including an indoor half-size basketball court as well as a 12-car garage. There are also separate guest quarters so visitors won't be stepping on your toes.
The acre-plus property offers landscaped grounds surrounding the tiled infinity pool. The nearby woods will provide plenty of privacy for golf's youngest star.