Wealthiest Golfers

We have listed the top 10 wealthiest golfers of all-time in terms of net worth as ranked by Worthly.com

10. Sir Nick Faldo – $60 million

Faldo had a phenomenal career on the PGA Tour, winning six majors. He is now one of the lead golf analysts for CBS Sports.

9. Ernie Els – $75 million

Ernie has the record for most weeks in the top 10 of the world golf rankings. He is a former world #1 and has won four major championships. He also owns his own winery and helps design golf courses.

8. Vijay Singh – $75 million

Singh has had an immensely successful career, winning 3 majors and a total of 59 tournaments. He was also ranked at #1 in the world during 2004 and 2005.

7. Fred Couples – $105 million

Freddy amassed 63 professional wins during his career, including a victory at the Masters in 1992. He currently plays primarily on the senior tour and designs golf courses as well.

6. Phil Mickelson – $180 million

Lefty is second on the PGA Tour’s list of all-time earnings and has collected five major titles. He also earns a great amount of from multiple endorsements.

5. Gary Player – $200 million

Player has won an amazing 165 professional tournaments and completed the career Grand Slam. He also had an extremely successful career outside of golf. He has authored books about golf, designed golf courses and bred horses among other things.

4. Jack Nicklaus – $280 million

The Golden Bear won an unbelievable 18 majors and is considered by many to be the greatest golfer of all time. He has the highest selling golf instructional video and runs one of the biggest golf course design companies.

3. Greg Norman – $300 million

The Great White Shark is a former world #1 and has won 90 professional events, including two majors. He now owns a multinational company, Great White Shark Enterprises, which is involved with many different business ventures.

2. Tiger Woods – $550 million

Tiger had one of the most dominating runs in the history of golf and is one of best to ever play the game. Even after his personal problems and the decline of his game, he is still one of the highest paid athletes in the world.

1. Arnold Palmer – $675 million

The King was a bonafide superstar during his prime, winning seven major championships. His post-golf career has gone even better; he has an airport named after him and the tea drink that bears his name has been wildly successful.