On Easter Sunday, Bubba Watson edged out Phil Mickelson and Lee Westwood to claim the 2012 Masters Championship in Augusta, Georgia
, the PGA's most prestigious event. It seems he may be moving on to bigger and better things, listing his stunning lakefront Lexington, North Carolina home
. The current asking price is $1.45 million.
Built in 1988, the three-level home at 178 Foxglove, right on the bank of High Rock Lake, features 6,500 square feet of main-house living space, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, den and two kitchens. On the nearly 3/4-acre lot you'll find a detached 3-car garage, with 'mother-in-law quarters' located above, a salt-water pool and jacuzzi, outdoor kitchen complete with high-end appliances, and outdoor entertainment area with built-in television. The home also features its own boat house, storage and an aluminum dock on the lake, perfect for the water enthusiast.
There's no word on where Florida-native Bubba plans to move his family, but it would be hard to top this one. With a $1.44 million golfing prize, the sky is the limit for this young golfer. Watson edged out Louis Oosthuizen in sudden death during this year's Masters Tournament, finishing the event -10 under.