Jordan Spieth’s New $8.5 Million Man Cave Deserves A Raucous Golf Clap For Being SOOO Sick

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A couple of years ago, we showed you the insane man cave that PGA golfer Hunter Mahan was listing in Dallas for $9.5 million, making us all REALLY wonder why in the hell our parents didn’t try pushing a pro golf career on us?

Turns out the thing was recently bought—and it was by world No. 1 and 22-year-old Jordan Spieth.

Spieth, who burst onto the golf scene last year by winning two majors and totaling an insane $23 million in 2015, sure looks like he’s the perfect bachelor to take over the pad formerly owned by Mahan.

According to the Dallas Morning News, the house was purchased for $8.495 million and has some sick features, like over 10,000-square-feet, an underground 12-car garage and an indoor basketball court because, you know, a pro golfer needs that.

For those wondering, here’s what the ideal man cave looks like:

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It’s so hard to dislike Spieth, but him buying a house like this at 22 years old might be a good enough reason to at least be really damn jealous of him.

[H/T FTW.USAToday]


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