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Craig Stadler’s former home with three putting greens lists in Rancho Santa Fe

Craig Stadler’s former home with three putting greens lists in Rancho Santa Fe
Built in 1984, the two-story home sits on four acres with three putting greens, a tennis court, horse pastures, a playground and a pool with a swim-up bar. (Scott Halleran / Getty Images)

In Rancho Santa Fe, a custom estate once owned by PGA golfer Craig Stadler is up for grabs at $2.795 million.

A linkman’s home through and through, the grounds contain three putting greens designed by Callaway, as well as a tennis court, a playground, horse pastures and a swimming pool with a swim-up bar.

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Built in 1984, the desert-toned interior spans 6,904 square feet with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. A dual-sided fireplace – one of four in the home – separates a living room and dining area, and other tile-lined spaces include a family room and center-island kitchen with a breakfast bar.

French doors fill the billiards room downstairs. Up above, the master suite expands to a sitting area and balcony.

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The house opens out back to an entertainer’s patio with two grills. Rolling lawns, a four-car garage and a one-bedroom guesthouse with its own kitchen complete the four-acre property.

Orva Harwood and Cassandra Moffitt of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage hold the listing.

A native of San Diego, Stadler boasts 31 professional wins, including 13 on the PGA Tour. The 65-year-old won the Masters Tournament in 1982 just six years after turning pro.

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