Inside the homes of the Ryder Cup stars, including Florida pads owned by Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson

THEY are the homes that being good at golf built.

Europe and USA's biggest stars go head-to-head in the Ryder Cup from this Friday.

And with plenty living in Florida, the journey to Whistling Straits,Wisconsin, won't be too far for some of the players.

The likes of Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy own mansions in the Sunshine State, as does Ian Poulter.

Let SunSport take you inside the properties of the players competing in the Ryder Cup.


In 2017, Johnson splashed £2.5million on a 7,169 square-foot property in North Palm Beach, Florida.

It has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, with a master bedroom closet that's so big it could double as a seventh bedroom.

There's a chef's kitchen with an island and breakfast bar, two media rooms, two family rooms, an elevator, and an emergency generator.


Northern Irishman McIlroy parted with £8.5million when he bought this stunning Florida home from Ernie Els.

Found in The Bear's Club, a golf development which was established by Jack Nicklaus in 1999, the massive house stretches over 12,800 square feet.

It boasts seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a recording studio, games room, gigantic pool and a home cinema.


The former world No1 spent £2.5million on a stunning four bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom property on the periphery of Jupiter Island in Florida.

The 3,900-square-foot compound was built in 1993, but Koepka spent some of his £25million earnings renovating it.

The Florida-born star completely replaced the swimming pool – making it bigger by using up more of the grounds.

Koepka also rebuilt the boat dock and installed a new fence for greater privacy.


The American's rise in 2015 saw Spieth splash a whopping £6million on a property he calls the 'Iceberg House'.

The Texas home was bought after he won the Masters and US Open and banked around £37m.

A five-bedroom pad in Dallas, it has a 12-car garage with one wall home to a mural in honour of Augusta, the site of Spieth’s first major win.


Petrolhead Poulter isn't to be outdone when it comes to the property stakes.

Living in Lake Nona Golf and Country Club, the most important thing in the Florida home is the garage, which houses his impressive Ferrari collection.

The Brit also has a home gym and shares his workouts on Instagram.

He paid around £650,000 for the mansion in 2009 that is also said to have a putting green in the garden.


Former world No1 Westwood has since moved out of his Palm Beach Gardens property, following his divorce to Laurae Coltart.

But before he did, he no doubt would've enjoyed all its 10,000 square-feet in the Old Palm Golf Club.

The six-bedroom home was sold for around £4.5million, and he now reportedly lives in Newcastle Upon Tyne with Helen Storey.


Europe's best hope, Spaniard Rahm lived in Scottsdale, Arizona with his beautiful missus Kelley Cahill.

They owned a four-bed property in the affluent spot back in 2017 for around £800,000.

The impressive back garden features its own golf course, as well as a brilliant pool.

However, Rahm has recently moved – selling the home for £1.1million back in June.

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