PGA Tour Champions golfer Retief Goosen, who was struck by lightning on the links as a teenager, sparked some interest in his Orlando, Fla., home this year, selling for $1.5 million.
Appropriately, the 6,198-square-foot two-story sits on half an acre along the back nine of Lake Nona Golf & Country Club. Views take in nearby Buck Lake and the 15th fairway.
Built in 1993, the house features ceilings and arched windows. The living area, a center-island kitchen and a family room access outdoor space with a covered lanai and an open-air pool and spa.
There are two bedrooms on the first level and three on the second for a total of five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. Additional features include a bonus room , a balcony with a sun deck and a fully air conditioned three-car garage with — you guessed it — golf cart storage.
Goosen, 49, is a two-time U.S. Open champion. The South African golfer has designed several courses in his home country.