Jordan Spieth has upgraded from his previous Dallas residence, the one he bought in Mark Cuban’s neighborhood before he had any major championships or huge endorsement deals with Under Armour and Coke, to a MUCH bigger one.
Spieth’s total income last year was over $53 million dollars, and that’s before he inked the deal with Coke, so what’s a little upgrade on the house going to set him back? According to real estate blogger Candy Evans, Spieth paid less than $7.2 million.
"Listing price was originally $8,495,000, but the home had been reduced to $7,995,000. I hear Jordan paid $7,150,000, what a steal! The home had been listed for $9,500,000 back in May of 2014."
The house is pretty sweet. It includes an indoor basketball court, spectacular pool, grill room, wine cellar, a 12-car underground garage, and most importantly, a sweet golf-simulator room.