Conveniently located between the ski meccas of Vail and Aspen and set on about 11,600 acres, with White River frontage for fly-fishing and miles of trails for hiking, riding, and Nordic skiing, Seven Lakes Ranch is the kind of paradise it’d be hard to leave.But Norman, who purchased the property in 2000, is planning to move back to his native Australia, reports.Their romance began as both were breaking up with their prior spouses.
The pair said their vows on private Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands, with Norman’s oldest son as his best man.
PHOTOS: Hollywood’s Most Married Stars Norman and Evert, the beloved tennis superstar, had a lavish wedding in the Bahamas but the union lasted only 18 months.
He topped the World Ranking for a total of six years and he represented his country in three Presidents Cups. He won three Arnold Palmer Awards as the tour’s leading money winner (1986, 19) and three Vardon Trophies (1988, 19). But despite his numerous wins, Norman is frequently remembered for his historic losses.
For his countless accomplishments, Norman garnered the highest percentage of votes of anyone who has been inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame via the PGA TOUR Ballot, with 82 percent. He is the only player to have lost all four majors in playoffs.
In 1996, Norman suffered a historic collapse in the final round at Augusta when, leading by six strokes, he skied to a 78 and lost to Nick Faldo, who rallied with a flawless 67.