The 22-year-old Spieth is coming off a huge year in 2015 thanks to wins at the Masters and U.S. Open. Currently ranked as the No. 1 golfer in the world, he's beginning to remind golf fans of a young Tiger Woods (before his marital scandals).
While Spieth's 7,378-square-foot French-style home pales a bit in comparison to the $7.15 million mansion he recently purchased from fellow golfer Hunter Mahan -- it's still enough to impress even the fanciest buyers. The main-floor living space, encompassing the two-island chef's kitchen and family room, opens directly onto the courtyard out back. There, you'll find a pool, spa, and plenty of room for cooking and entertaining.
Speaking of entertaining: Oenophiles will adore the 288-bottle wine closet, and the golf simulator will surely knock a few strokes off your long game -- although you'll have a hard time beating the previous owner's score.
The two-story "gentleman's study" is lined with dark wood bookshelves, but it's still airy and bright thanks to the large picture windows and light hardwood floors. Nearby, the master suite has his-and-her closets, along with a spa-like bath with stone walls and oversize mirrors.