Phil Mickelson Putts Mansion Back Onto Market

Golf legend Phil Mickelson and his wife are hoping fourth time's a charm after re-listing their elegant SoCal estate for nearly $6 million. This is the fourth time Mickelson has reduced the price of his elegant digs after originally listing it for sale back in March 2008 for $10.8 million. Included in the luxe villa are five bedrooms, a opulent curved glass shower with Baccarat crystal fixtures, and not too surprising, a sand-swept putting green.

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PEBBLE BEACH, CA - FEBRUARY 12: Phil Mickelson smiles during the trophy ceremony after winning with an eight-under-par 64 during the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am at Pebble Beach Golf Links on February 12, 2012 in Pebble Beach, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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Golf legend Phil Mickelson and his wife are hoping sixth time's a charm after re-listing their elegant SoCal estate for nearly $6 million. This is the sixth time Mickelson has reduced the price of his elegant digs after originally listing it for sale back in March 2008 for $10.8 million. Included in the luxurious villa are five bedrooms, a opulent curved glass shower with Baccarat crystal fixtures, and not too surprising, a sand-swept putting green.
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The Mickelson home, which has been vacant for awhile (the couple reportedly moved to a larger estate nearby), measures over 9,100-square feet and is located in the super swanky Rancho Santa Fe area near San Diego. The fireplace in the living room is hand-carved out of white Cantera stone.
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The grand kitchen features white Calcutta marble imported from Italy and cabinet hardware from Baltica of Romania and Bouvet of France. The duo scooped up this lavish house in 2001 for $6 million.
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A view of the golfer's former master bedroom. The Wall Street Journal reports that the home is currently being shopped around with all of the Mickelson's original furniture — the golf champ sure had a soft side for imposing Medieval-style furnishings.
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How many master bathrooms are as lavish as this one? This bath, which is one of 6.5 in the golfer's pad, boasts a curved glass shower with Baccarat crystal fixtures and hand-laid mosaics, sparkling high-end details that Mickelson's wife had added during the couple's time at this address.
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The Tuscan-style crib boasts a swimming pool and spa, which is where we imagine Mickelson unwinding after a tough day on the greens. Not photographed is the golf champ's trophy room, gym and horseshoe pit.
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You may never have Mickelson's golfing skills, but you can practice like him at his former putting green at this opulent estate.
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