Two-time Open champion Greg Norman and his wife Kirsten Kutner have sold their Florida estate for an incredible $55.1 million.
Tranquility is an eight-acre beach-to-Intracoastal Waterway enclave that has reportedly been sold to the family of Les Wexner, who is the owner of Victoria's Secret.
The property has 10 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, two wine cellars, two pools and more than 170 feet of oceanfront and water frontage.
The house also has 370 feet of docking space for a 150-foot yacht, as well as a pool house, tennis house. boathouse, carriage house and a beach house.
Norman bought the property for $5 million in 1991 and as a result of major renovations being undertaken, the Australian has made an incredible profit of approximately $50 million.
The pair put the property up for sale in February for $59.9 million and they reportedly landed a buyer only two weeks after it was listed.
On April 8th, the day after Tranquility was sold, Norman bought a home in Old Palm Golf Club which is an exclusive private golf community in Palm Beach Gardens in Florida.
The pair paid $12.2 million for their new property and according to reports, Norman and his wife are doing a number of real estate trades in preparation to move back to Australia.
Norman was known as the Great White Shark throughout his career. The Australian was one of the best players of his generation, spending a total of 331 weeks at World No.1.
Norman's first major title came in 1986 when he won the Open Championship at Turnberry and he added another Claret Jug to his name at Royal St. Georges in 1993.