People often assume golf is a rich kids’ sport. They are wrong. But in the case of Maverick McNealy they are correct.
McNealy, who turned pro last year after being ranked as a number one amateur, is the son of a tech billionaire and grew up in a 28,000 square-foot San Francisco mansion which is now on the market for $96.8m.
The Wall Street Journal says the pad has a 4,700 square-foot gym, a locker room and climbing wall, a disco, “pizza room”, ice rink, pool, tennis court, wine cellar, sauna, spa, poker room, home theater and basketball court. And of course a golf practice area.