Golfing legend Greg Norman and his wife Kiki have sold their estate in Jupiter Island, Florida, for a cool $55.1 million, according to Alexandra Clough of the Palm Beach Post.
They were originally seeking $59.9 million for the 32,000-square-foot property, and it's hard to argue the home isn't worth the money.
Nicknamed "Tranquility," the estate features 10 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, a guest house, two pools, a dock capable of holding a 150-foot yacht, a private tennis court, a private beach, a home theater and two wine cellars.
Norman first bought the house for $5 million in 1991, began making major improvements and quickly drove up its value. The golfer listed the house for two weeks before finding a buyer.
In the meantime, Norman has purchased a new residence in Palm Beach Gardens for $12.2 million.
Given his track record, it could be worth triple that in the not-too-distant future.