Singh, who was the No. 1 golfer in the world in 2004, is also fourth on the PGA Tour career earnings list at $71.2 million. He trails only Tiger Woods ($120.9M), Phil Mickelson ($95.0M), and Jim Furyk ($71.5M).
The house and property are located along the northeast coast of Hawaii’s Big Island in Honomu.
The 5-bedroom, 7-bath house sits on over 51 acres and has nearly a mile of oceanfront access.
The lush green grass is gorgeously manicured.
Not surprisingly, some parts of the property look like a golf course.
There is a small creek that runs through the property.
The front door looks like you are walking into a palace.
Once inside you see beautiful hardwood floors and the grand staircase to reach the second floor.
There are fireplaces throughout the house and every room seemingly has a view of the ocean.
A pool in the backyard overlooks the ocean.
A sitting room with a view, although I wouldn’t want to be the person stuck on the couch with its back to the windows.
The kitchen has been upgraded and an oversized island that seats four.
There are a pair of refrigerators.
The house also comes with an elevator if you are not up for walking the stairs.
There is also plenty of outdoor seating …
with spectacular views, of course.
A view of the house from the pool.
The primary bedroom has its own fireplace and access to the second-floor balcony.
The primary suite alone takes up 2,800 square feet.
And of course, the large walk-in shower has a view of the ocean.
The suite also includes a sitting room between the bedroom and bathroom.
There is also a yoga room attached to the primary bath.
The primary bedroom closet is bigger than most New York City apartments.
Who needs art when every room has a wall that looks like this?
Here is another view of the laundry room and its view.
The property also includes a 1-bedroom “Ohana unit” which is a guest house that can be permitted on properties that normally don’t allow a second unit. The unit can only be occupied by relatives of the homeowner and is attached to the main house.