The property stretches from the Intracoastal Waterway to a private beach on the ocean. It includes five buildings, including a seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom house built in 1902.
Norman bought the house with his wife Laura in 1991, ten years after they got married. They're now going through a storm divorce, though, and real estate experts say it could fetch upwards of $30 million.
Fifty-two-year-old Norman is known by golf fans as 'The Great White Shark.' At the height of his career, Norman was the world's top-ranked golfer for a total of 331 weeks, a record since passed by Tiger Woods.
The Australia-based Business Review Weekly estimates he's worth $278 million.