Tiger Woods might be one of the game's greatest ever players, if not the very greatest, but how much is the 15-time major champion who turned professional in 1996 really worth?
While we can't come up with a definite number due to all his extended sponsorships and commitments away from competitive golf, we have landed on an estimate that we believe is close - and it's a number that will quite frankly blow your mind!
Woods, as you might expect for having now tied Sam Snead's record of 82 PGA Tour wins, leads the circuit's career earnings list on a whopping $120,851,706. That bank balance is some $30 million more than next best Phil Mickelson, who has won 44 times on the PGA Tour, highlighted by five major victories.
Okay, so that's the career earnings from the PGA Tour out the way. Now, let's take a look at his sponsorship deals - which is where it gets tasty but also a little trickier to land on exact numbers. Nevertheless we have rough estimates.
Despite several off-course setbacks in his private life through the years where he lost sponsorship deals in the process as a result, Nike has remained loyal to Woods ever since he first burst on the scene and he continues to rack up the dollars with the sports apparel giant.
It is estimated that Woods currently receives around $60 million a year from his current sponsors, which include Nike, TaylorMade, Monster, GOLF TV, Bridgestone, Kowa, Hero, Upper Deck, Full Swing Simulators, and Centinel Spine.
We can't be certain what Woods exactly receives from both Nike and TaylorMade, but given Rory McIlroy earns $20 million a year from those companies, you can be sure he's probably close to double that.
According to Forbes, the former World No.1 ranks eighth in the Highest Paid Athletes List for 2020.
Woods now also has other business ventures on his radar, of which the biggest one of all involves his work raising money for his TGR Foundation charity, offering aid to students and teachers in need of educational resources.
The American works with his team on designing a number of new golf courses, while also managing events such as the Genesis Invitational, Hero World Challenge, Tiger Jam, Nexus Cup and Tiger Woods Invitational.
What a lot of people perhaps don't realise about Woods is that he has always given a lot back to the sport... and by a lot, we mean a lot.
GolfMagic estimates Woods' net worth currently stands at $800 million.
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