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

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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.
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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.

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.

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

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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jack.flemming@latimes.com | Twitter: @jflem94


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