Hall of Fame golfer Raymond Floyd has found a buyer for his Southampton mansion.

Mr. Floyd, 75, listed the three-acre Long Island property last summer for just under $25 million, before chopping the price down to $19.5 million in January. The property landed at its most recent asking price, $17.5 million, later that same month.   

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He purchased the home in 1996 for $660,000, according to records with PropertyShark. Mr. Floyd, who won four PGA majors and three Senior PGA majors and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989, could not be reached for comment.

The 12-bedroom, 12-bathroom, shingle-style estate is 14,000-square-feet and replete with luxurious amenities. The main residence on the property has covered porches, decks, brick patios, gardens, a heated swimming pool, and a Har-Tru tennis court. On its lower level, the mansion has a gym and a wine cellar, according to the listing with Harald Grant of Sotheby’s International Realty.

Mr. Grant did not provide further details on the sale.

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Built in 1999, the estate is located at Captains Neck Lane in Southampton, about a three-hour drive to Manhattan.

Detached from the main home is a guest residence, which is up a small rise and offers an open plan living-dining area, den, bath, modern kitchen, laundry and four guest suites.

Between the two residences are connecting gardens and lawn areas, offering a play set, a garden and fruit trees.

Property records do not yet identify the buyer or the final sale price.