PGA Golfer Dustin Johnson Buys Home With Private Island in Palm Beach Gardens

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PGA golfer Dustin Johnson is the latest to lay down some big money for a big house in our neck of the woods. Johnson, who has earned over $5.2 million in the last year swinging the golf club, has bought himself a waterfront house in Palm Beach Gardens worth $4.95 million.

The Mediterranean-style house spans about 1.58 acres and features an elevator, a fireplace, a pool, a sweet spot to put a yacht, and a private island. 

According to Gossip Extra, Johnson bought the home earlier this month from investment manager Courtney Munson who had originally purchased it for $3.2 million in 2012.

The house, Johnson's second in Palm Beach, sits on the intracoastal waterway and boasts five bedrooms, six and half baths, two custom-built walk-in closets, a gourmet kitchen, a cabana bath, home office, and an insulated wine room. The main house has a pool with a waterfall and grotto, and has three balconies that overlook the water. There's also a four-car garage and a golf cart shed.

Johnson, 31, has 11 career wins on the PGA Tour, and is engaged to Paulina Gretzky, daughter of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.

You can check out photos and video of the place below:

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