Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Athlete Homes

The media was fascinated with Johnny Manziel throughout the 2012 season and after he became the first freshman to ever win the Heisman Trophy, that fascination grew. The media wanted to know anything and everything they could about Johnny Football which lead to some pretty crazy articles. Nothing published shed a bad light on Manziel though; some of the stories were pretty comical actually! 

One of the articles I found funny was about Manziel's below average bowling skills which you can read here. I thought it was humorous when the author suggested Johnny Football should get a home bowling alley when he was in the NFL to practice his bowling skills! Once I stopped laughing, I started to think about professional athletes and how some of them have ridiculous homes with bowling alleys, which is what my blog post is really about.

I picked out some of the pro athletes houses that I'm in awe of! I could go on and on about how amazing they are, but the pictures really do the talking!

Tom Brady
Brentwood, California

The 22,000 square-foot mansion includes a beautiful lagoon-shaped swimming pool (pictured), a weight room, wine cellar and elevator.

Alex Rodriguez

The 23,000 square-foot waterfront property contains glass walls allowing you to admire the view, an elevator, infinity pool and sauna. Additionally, their is a batting cage in the 3,000 square-foot sports facility. 

Tiger Woods

It's no surprise that Tiger has a golf course, but the golf star also has a tennis court and basketball court and that's just outside. Tiger has a golf training studio too, which is one of the five buildings on his ten acre estate. 

Photos via Professional Athlete Homes

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