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“Masters Scandal Unleashed: Jordan Spieth’s Jaw-Dropping Revelation – $2.8 Million House Sale Plagued by Shocking Ticket Demands!”

Jordan Spieth picked up a nice payday when he sold his first house, but then things got weird. In 2016, Spieth sold a house dubbed his “starter home.” The five-bedroom Dallas mansion has over 7,000 square feet and was listed for $2.8 million.



At the time, Spieth was upgrading to a $7.1 million mansion in the Dallas neighborhood of Preston Hollow. But when he moved to the new house, he apparently forgot he still had some valuables in a safe at the old place.



Adam Schupak of Golfweek recently asked several golfers what the strangest request they had ever received regarding the Masters was. Let’s just say Spieth’s story won.
According to Spieth, the apparent golf fan who bought the Masters champion’s house told him he would return the valuables left behind only if Spieth gave him Masters tickets.



“When I moved houses in 2015, I left a few things in a safe, like my high-school ring,” Spieth told Schupak. “He said he’ll return them if and only if I’d go over to their house for dinner, and he could have Masters badges for the week. I was like, no, think you should just return it because it was the right thing to do.”



Jordan Spieth
Spieth, master negotiator. Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images
According to Spieth, he sort of hoodwinked the new owner into giving back the belongings without giving up anything.



And the guy was not happy.
“I think what ended up happening is I said, ‘Yeah, we’ll figure out a time to get together. Could my mom just pick it up?’ Because I was out of town,” Spieth said. “She did, and I just haven’t done anything. The guy is pretty upset. He’s left a note at our gate.”



Who knew? Jordan Spieth, master negotiator.

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