If you’ve ever felt the need to get around a golf course in a cart with much more horsepower – like, say, that of a Hummer – then Curt Schilling has a deal for you.
The former major league pitcher who now finds himself in need of money is having an estate sale this Saturday. Among the items for sale is not his famous bloody sock – that sold earlier this year for $92,000 – but rather a Hummer golf cart. Yes, those exist.
Surely it would be easier to imagine yourself driving around a course or the neighborhood without boxes piled inside, but you can take it for a test drive if you get to his house in Medfield, Mass., between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Schilling, who works as a baseball analyst for ESPN and is in the middle of fending off a lawsuit filed against his failed video game company, also has his home on the market. Among the amenities that come with the $3 million house are a putting green, batting cage, sand volleyball court, swimming pool, wine room, and a heated eight-car garage.
That means there’s plenty of room to store a much better-looking Hummer golf cart.