Phil Mickelson’s 9,500-square-foot home is on the market for $7 million

Jonathan Wall
Devil Ball Golf

Chances are you'll never have a swing anywhere close to as good as Phil Mickelson's, but if you have $7.095 million lying around, you can at least live like the four-time major champion. That multimillion-dollar price tag is the current asking price for Mickelson's 9,500-square-foot, five-bedroom Tuscan-style estate in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.

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If the price tag hasn't scared you off yet, you should also know the estate has some nice additions, including putting green -- Mickelson flop shot not included -- and a swimming pool. Based on the pool's proximity to the green, I'm going to guess Phil perfected the skip shot off the water in this backyard.

As far as what's inside the house, here's a brief rundown:

-- The single-level floor plan (without any steps) includes soaring ceilings, trussed beams, and hand distressed walnut flooring, all helping to provide an intimate living environment for this highly functional, well-designed home.

-- Intricate mosaics were painstakingly applied over six months by renowned artisan Petri Bersage, the same artisan noted for his work at the Bellagio.

-- Entertainment center, trophy room (or library/office), exercise room, steam room, sauna and safe room are all part of the main estate.

-- Two unique and spacious guest houses - both finely appointed.

And it can all be yours for $7.095 million! No word yet if Mickelson would be willing to throw in a golf lesson or two for that price.

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