Here’s why Jordan Spieth bought his $7.1 million Preston Hollow home

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As Jesuit grad Jordan Spieth prepares for the U.S. Open with a great warm-up, we find ourselves thinking about his home in Preston Hollow. The Dallas Morning News SportsDay reported in May about why he bought his $7.1 million home. Among the amenities: 12-car garage, indoor basketball court and more. He most likely misses having comfort food — a slice from Picasso’s right across from Jesuit.

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