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Golfer Raymond Floyd takes more than $5M off the price of his Southampton estate

It was asking almost $25M when it came on the market in August

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

In August of this year, professional golfer Raymond Floyd listed his Southampton compound at 65 Captains Neck Lane for $24,995,000. The estate—appropriately dubbed “Mulligan”—has just had its first price cut since landing on the market, taking more than $5 million off the price tag at once. Currently, it’s listed for $19.5 million under Sothey's International Realty agent Harald Grant.

On more than three acres of land, there is a massive 14,000 square feet of living space. Built in 1999, the main residence features a covered front deck, a fireplace in the living room, a deck with a retractable awning, a chef’s kitchen, and outdoor decks off the upstairs bedrooms. In the lower level, one will find a mirrored gym, bathroom, wine cellar, and laundry room, while staff quarters sit above the two-car attached garage.

The guest house hosts four bedrooms—two of which have outdoor access—and a finished lower level, which could act as an additional guest suite, or living space.

Outdoors, there’s a heated gunite pool, Har-Tru tennis court, space for outdoor dining on the back deck, gardens, and fruit trees.