Former professional golf star Raymond Floyd has sold a Palm Beach mansion for $21.12 million.
Floyd, who was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989 after a career highlighted by four major championship victories, on Oct. 23 sold the residence at 324 Plantation Road to the Plantation Road Revocable Trust, according to Palm Beach County records. The deed was recorded on Tuesday.
The principals behind the revocable trust could not be determined. Boca Raton attorney Stuart T. Kapp of Proskauer Rose is the trustee of the trust.
Floyd, 70, paid $5.6 million in January 2002 for the 0.73-acre waterfront property and constructed the mansion two years later. The two-story, 13,812-square-foot home includes an in-ground swimming pool, a boat dock and 1,233-square-foot patio.
Born in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Floyd had successful professional careers on both the PGA and Senior PGA tours with 66 combined wins. He retired from competitive golf before the start of the 2010 Masters Tournament.
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