Homebound golfer Geoff Ogilvy lists US home

Homebound golfer Geoff Ogilvy lists US home
Homebound golfer Geoff Ogilvy lists US home

Professional golfer Geoff Ogilvy is selling his US home as he prepares to move back to Australia.

The Adelaide-born golfer is reported to be moving back to Melbourne after Christmas with wife Juli and their three kids, so they've listed their Scottsdale Arizona home that has a Camelback Mountain backdrop.

Ogilvy custom built the 715 square metre, six bedroom, eight bathroom home on 3000 square metres in 2013. 

The entertainer features a great room with a restaurant-inspired wet bar.

The kitchen opens to the grounds with walkways leading to a lap pool, spa, outdoor fireplace and fit pit.

He's asking for US$4.75 million (A$6.5 million).

Ogilvy's greatest achievement in golf was winning the 2006 U.S. Open. 

He has won three World Golf Championships over his two decade career where he's earned over US$30 million. 

The family have owned at Black Rock, since 2009 when buying directly backing onto Royal Melbourne Golf Club. 

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.

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