London, July 31 : Former golf No. 1 David Duval is in danger of losing his 12 million pound mansion, after he allegedly failed to make repayments on a multi-million pound loan.
Duval, who was once Tiger Woods's only credible rival, has failed to win any major tournament for the past ten years.
The former golfing champion is believed to have asked for cash to help buy a property in a plush Denver suburb.
According to legal documents seen by TMZ, some of the repayments on the 3.7 million pound loan have not been made.
The paperwork allegedly states that Duval and his wife Susie took the loan in 2005 so that they could buy a 7.8 million pounds home in plush Cherry Hills.
However, now the bank is struggling to get the money back from the golfing star, and therefore, has issued a foreclosure on the property, The Daily Mail reports.
It is believed the luxury mansion will now be put up for public auction on November 7, unless the outstanding payments are made. (ANI)
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