Rickie Fowler’s New House: $14 Million with a Par 3 in the Front Yard
Ah, life must be good for Rickie Fowler right now. Coming off an appearance for Team USA in the Rio 2016 Olympics, and now a Ryder Cup Victory with Team USA (in one of the most exciting Ryder Cups ever), Fowler can now kick back in his brand new 11,000 square foot home in Jupiter, Florida. Rickie Fowler’s New House was purchased in September 2016, and it’s most definitely going to be the sight of some absolute bangers.
Jupiter, Florida is currently the Mecca for PGA Players. Many pro-golfers choose to live in the area due to its year round golf weather, and abundance of courses in town. However, not everyone has a full practice hole on their property. This new home sure looks like an upgrade from his current house (although I still wouldn’t turn that one down). Other than the par 3, Rickie Fowler’s New House is 11,000 square feet on the ocean with a private dock, 6 bedrooms, and 9 bathrooms. With huge outdoor patio areas, floor to ceiling windows, and that hot Florida sunshine, we can only hold our breath and wince when we think of what this might cost if it was in Metro Vancouver.
Rickie Fowler is single handedly making golf fun again, and is quickly becoming the number one fan favourite. Although he’s yet to close the deal on a major, Fowler is still the number 10 ranked golfer in the world. And if his snapchat chronicles of a Spring Break trip with other PGA golfers are any indication of his personal life, then Rickie Fowler’s New House is going to be the go-to spot for the young faces of the PGA. I’m calling that the par 3 in the front yard is probably going to be used for drinking games more than actual practice.
Let’s all take a page out of Rickie’s playbook and bring some personality into golf, and break the notion of it being an old boys’ club.
For more on Rickie Fowler’s New House, check out the video tour:
We can’t promise a home with a par 3 on it in Vancouver, but give us a shout and we’ll definitely try our best.