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Home on golf course where Phil Mickelson has been a member is on sale

Home on golf course where Phil Mickelson has been a member is on sale

Phil Mickelson was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2001. He’s the winner of 45 PGA Tour titles, his most recent coming unexpectedly in the 2021 PGA Championship, before he made the jump to LIV Golf.

And while Mickelson has played golf all over the world, he’s chosen to reside in Rancho Santa Fe, California, an area where he’s been purchasing land for decades.

One course where Mickelson has been a member is The Farms, which sits about 30 minutes north of San Diego.

According to the club’s website, Mickelson uses the club to prepare for majors.

“The Farms is one of the most challenging courses off the tee in Southern California,” Mickelson said. “When I’m preparing for a major tournament (like the U.S. Open) and really want to test my driver, I come to The Farms.”

A five-bedroom home that sits perched above the course is currently on sale for the tidy sum of $9.25 million.

From the Sotheby’s listing:

Live the luxury lifestyle on this Premier lot within the gated community of The Farms, one of Rancho Santa Fe’s most beautiful, peaceful, private, and picturesque communities. Ideally situated to take advantage of the 270+ degree views of the lush golf course below all the way to the Pacific Ocean. This custom residence features high end finishes and design elements including soaring ceilings, large windows and glass doors allowing for an abundance of natural light, beautiful wood accents while encompassing over 10,000 sq feet of gracious living space. The home exudes elegance and provides the ultimate venue for indoor/outdoor living and entertaining. As you enter the gated courtyard with large wooden gates you feel a sense of beauty and warmth and are mesmerized by the stunning views. The formal living room with stone fireplace and service bar has access to an extensive rear loggia through multiple sets of French doors, which is perfect for entertaining, and for capturing views of the pool, pristine grounds and the views of the golf course, mountains, ocean, and sunsets. There is a large formal dining room and an oversized wood flanked office/library/ game room. The kitchen is a true chef’s dream, perfectly detailed with top-of-the-line appliances, crisp slabs of stone, custom cabinetry, large center island, oversized butler’s pantry, and a spacious informal dining area. The kitchen opens to a warm and inviting family room with large media center, fireplace and doors that open to the oversized veranda….the ideal…


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