World number one golfer Jordan Speith is the proud new owner of a US$8.5 million ($12.3 million) Dallas mansion, compete with indoor basketball court.
The 22 year-old recently signed a multi-million dollar deal with Coca-Cola and shattered the field with an eight-shot win in Hawaii earlier this month - and now he has bought himself a lavish manor with all the trimmings.
Speith purchased the 10,000-square-foot-plus house in the upscale Dallas neighbourhood of Preston Hollow for US $7.1 million ($10 million) last month.
The Texan purchased fellow PGA Tour player Hunter Mahan's property which includes a 12-car underground garage - and was originally listed at a whopping US$8.5 million ($12.3 million).
His home is breathtaking with an indoor basketball court, three Living Areas, infinity-edge pool, gym, spa and fire pit.
Spieth raked in a whopping US $53million ($76.7 million) during a sensational 2015, overtaking Tiger Woods as golf's highest earner, after winning both the Masters and US Open.
However, that is just the start, with the star planning a busy 2016.
"I would like to contend in a couple of majors on the Sunday and I'd like to win at least one of them."
"I'd also like to represent the United States in not only the Olympics but also the Ryder Cup. It would be great to get a couple of wins, not only for myself but for my country" he said.