Greg Norman, the retired professional golfer known as the Great White Shark, has two properties on the market -- a Colorado ranch and his Jupiter Island, FL, home -- for $55 million each. Why 55? Because double 5 is his "lucky number," the former No. 1-ranked golfer told the Wall Street Journal.
The ranch -- really, it's a resort -- is surrounded by 2 million acres of the White River National Forest. It boasts 11,000 deeded acres of pasture, grazing land, lakes, and miles of White River frontage where you can cast a dry fly for trout. There's also elk and bird hunting, skeet shooting, horseback riding, and mountain biking on the property.
"The next person who buys it will be a true outdoorsman who wants to own a piece of the American frontier," listing agent Steven Shane told us.
The estate also includes a 14,000-square-foot, eight-suite main house; guest cabins; outbuildings; and even a dance hall.
On the other side of the country, Norman is still trying to sell his oceanfront home on Florida's Jupiter Island. The 8-acre estate stretches from the Intracoastal Waterway to the Atlantic Ocean and includes 26,000 square feet of living space among seven buildings, a tennis pavilion, pool area with Polynesian-style grill house, putting green, and gym.