RGIII buys house in golf course community
Robert Griffin III has been known to get out on the links every now and then, but he might be playing a lot more golf in the near future.
The Washington Redskins quarterback has interrupted his injury rehab long enough to plunk down $2.5 million for a new house in the Creighton Farms golf course community in Aldie, Va., about 30 miles west of Washington, D.C.
Griffin's new digs measure 9,000 square feet, and contain five bedrooms, four baths, two half-baths, a wet bar, an elevator and a mudroom, according to The Washington Business Journal, which added that the property was recently appraised at about $1.8 million.
The 900-acre Creighton Farms development is described as a high-end residential community featuring a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course. Later this year, it will host the Southworth Senior PGA Professional National Championship for the third straight season.
To see a slide show of RGIII's new house, click here. Looking at the pictures, you can see there's room for a practice green in the back.
And to read an item about RGIII appearing at teammate Brian Orakpo's charity golf tournament earlier this month, click here.