Norman first turned professional back in 1976 and went on to win 20 PGA Tour events, 71 additional events, and clinch the World No. 1 spot.
Twice throughout his career, Norman won three events in a single PGA Tour season.
The first time was in 1986 when he won the Kemper Open, the Open Championship, and the Panasonic Las Vegas Invitational. His season earnings across 19 events was $653,296.
The second time he won three tournaments came in 1995, when he won the Memorial Tournament, Canon Greater Hartford Open, and the NEC World Series of Golf. That year his season earnings came to $1,654,959 across 16 tournaments.
As a result, his official earnings on the PGA Tour during his successful career came to $14,484,458 across 330 events.
Norman also played on the Champions Tour following him time on the PGA Tour. He earned $698,311 across 14 events.
Throughout his career, Norman won two Open Championships, as well as both played in and captained the International Presidents Cup team.
Now, Norman is the CEO and face of the Saudi-backed LIV Golf League. The rival series is known for their lucrative purses and reported contracts for players.
He also has his own business, the Greg Norman Company, which includes a sportswear brand, golf course design business, Greg Norman estates, Greg Norman developments, and more.
Between his long professional golf career and his business career, among other forms of income, the 68-year-old's estimated net worth is around $400 million.
Greg Norman Net Worth: $400 million (approximately)