Inside Dustin Johnson's Florida homes worth millions, including one with its own island he shares with Paulina Gretzky

TO be Dustin Johnson just for one day.

Not only is the 36-year-old the best golfer on the planet right now.


He's also engaged to the beautiful pop star/model Paulina Gretzky, who regularly appears on the PGA Tour cheering her beau on.

And if that's not enough, Johnson's property portfolio isn't half bad either – owning TWO stunning homes in Florida's Palm Beach.

Join SunSport in having a look around his lavish mansions, wishing you were there.

ISLAND LIVING

In 2015, Johnson splashed £4million on a waterfront house in the exclusive area of Palm Beach Gardens.

Built on the waterfront, it spans over 8,200 square-feet and comes with all the mod-cons.

There are five bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms inside the mansion that's found on the Intracoastal Waterway – 80 miles north of Miami.

Then there's also a pool, grotto, as well as it's own boat dock where Johnson's yacht sits.

But it's most amazing feature is its incredible island, where two sunbeds are laid out and Johnson and missus Paulina can top up their tans.

Nearby are three country clubs, Admirals Cove, the Bear’s Club, and Trump International Golf Club.







HOME NO2

In 2017, the South Carolina-native continued his love affair with Florida – buying a home in North Palm Beach.

Snapped up for £2.5million, the 7,169 square-foot property was newly renovated before he bought it.

It has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, with a master bedroom closet that's so big it could double as a seventh bedroom.

There's a chef's kitchen with an island and breakfast bar, two mediarooms, two family rooms, an elevator, and an emergency generator.










The home also features 90 feet of canal frontage and a large dock for a yacht.

Back in 2014, Johnson made a mint selling his Jupiter island property for around £5million.

With a net worth of around £50million, expect the PGA Tour Player of the Year to expand on his property portfolio in the future.

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