JORDAN SPIETH knocked Tiger Woods off the top of golf's money list - then bought a £6million mansion known as the 'Iceberg House'.
The Masters and US Open champ made £37m in his life-changing 2015 season, knocking 14-time Major champ Tiger Woods off his top-earner perch for the first time in 13 years.
And the Texas native, who won his first event of this year by a whopping eight shots in Hawaii, has rewarded himself with a new five-bedroom pad in his hometown of Dallas.
There is a 12-car garage with one wall home to a mural in honour of Augusta, site of Spieth's first major win.
There is an indoor golf simulator, which Spieth showed his Instagram followers he was practising his swing on during the off-season.
There is a basketball court with digital scoreboard, outdoor swimming pool, gym complete with punchbag, large wine cellar and even a designated 'grill room' for barbecues.
This huge property is dubbed the 'Iceberg House' - because it gets better the further down you go.
And amazingly, this is the second new home the world No 1 has bought in the past 12 months.
After donning the Green Jacket last April he acquired a 7,400 square-foot, five-bedroom mansion complete with swimming pool, game room and media room.