Gary McCord flipped this Scottsdale condo for a $2.5 profit after buying it just four years ago

Although Gary McCord played in more thana 400 PGA Tour events, he never found the winner’s circle. But the former CBS Sports commentator certainly turned up on the right side of a real estate transaction in his adopted home of Arizona.

According to a blurb in the Arizona Republic, part of the same USA Today Network that runs Golfweek, McCord and his wife Diane recently sold their condo in the Kierland area of Scottsdale for $5 million.

Drs. Christopher and Irene Biggs paid cash for a Scottsdale penthouse in the Kierland area. The 4,059-square-foot condominium with three bedrooms and 3 ½ bathrooms has a private elevator, a 210-bottle glass wine wall, electronic window shades, custom chandeliers, floor-to-ceiling windows and a waterfall marble kitchen island. Gary and Diane McCord sold the home. Gary is a professional golfer and commentator.

The sale netted a 100 percent profit since the McCords purchased the home for $2.5 million in 2019. The property overlooks Kierland, a 27-hole spread in North Scottsdale.

At the recent Arizona Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony for the Class of 2023, McCord was among the attendees as he was on hand to support his former CBS colleague and current podcast partner Peter Kostis, with whom he runs the Kostis/McCord Learning Center.

“I brought him here to Arizona,” McCord told Golfweek of his relationship with Kostis. “I knew him from the Tour and him teaching a lot of the guys. He got tired of Florida so I called him and I said, ‘You wanna come down [to Arizona]? I got a new place called Grayhawk. I’m going to start a golf school there, and I have no idea what to do.’

McCord and Kostis both left CBS after the end of 2019 after their contracts were not renewed. These days, the duo has a YouTube channel called “Kostis and McCord: Off their Rockers.”

Here’s a look at the property that McCord recently sold:

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