Rickie Fowler buys $14m Florida mansion

2016 09 Front 31

Rickie Fowler is reportedly shelling out more than half of his PGA Tour career earnings on a giant waterside Florida mansion.

The 27-year-old, who was one of Davis Love III’s captain’s picks for next week’s Ryder Cup, has treated himself before the match to a $14m home in Jupiter, according to south Florida tabloid gossipextra.com.

As well as its own golf hole, the 14,897 sq ft mansion has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an exercise room with steam shower, a games room, a sports bar, a six-car garage and, not to forget, boat storage.


Fowler has amassed more than $23m in his seven years on the PGA Tour, picking up three wins – most notably the 2015 Players Championship. He also has two European Tour wins – the 2015 Scottish Open and 2016 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

Anyway, enough of the info. Here are some more pictures. Rickie Fowler, you’re one lucky guy!

All pictures: Hughes Realty Group.





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