Tiger Woods net worth: How much is the golfer worth as he continues his rehab?

In 1995 he was reportedly worth $10,000...

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Thu, 2 Dec 2021

Tiger Woods net worth: How much is the golfer worth as he continues his rehab?

Tiger Woods is back. At least, he's "able to participate in the sport of golf again."

Which is good news for his fans and sponsors. Woods teased us only a few weeks ago with a 'making progress' swing video. 

It nearly broke the Internet. Millions of fans watched the three second clip. Now he's been filmed striping fairway woods.

Those fairway woods were being hit at the back of the range at the Hero World Challenge, where he is the tournament host. 

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Now we fans are questioning when and where Woods will make his professional comeback. Please let it happen. 

He still might yet play a "hit and giggle" with son Charlie Woods at the PNC Championship. 

The fact that Woods might have a future in professional golf leads to natural questions about his net worth. 

How much is Tiger Woods worth?

It is absolutely impossible to get a true figure of his wealth but Celebrity Net Worth reckons he's worth $800 million. 

They estimate through endorsement deals alone he earns $50 million per year. 

The publication reports that since 1996, when Woods turned professional, he has won $118 million on the golf course (that includes his 2019 Masters win which netted him more than $2 million). 

His fortune, or at least the bulk of it, comes from endorsement deals. 

He has and had deals with:

  • Nike
  • TaylorMade
  • Gatorade
  • American Express
  • Asahi
  • General Mills, 
  • Golf Digest
  • Rolex
  • Gilette
  • Accenture
  • Tag Heuer
  • AT&T
  • EA Sports
  • NetJets
  • Upper Deck
  • TLC Laser Eye Contacts
  • Buick
  • Monster Energy

His first Nike contact, which was for five years, was reportedly worth $40 million in 1997. Not long after that, he reportedly signed a five-year $30 million deal with American Express. 

He owns a mansion in Jupiter, Florida, which he "crutched around" on during his recovery from his car crash in February. It led to "pretty jacked triceps", Woods told the media. 

Woods also owns a $25 million yacht, which he has named Privacy. 

In 2004, he married Elin Nordegren. They had two children together, Samantha and Charlie. In 2009, Woods' infidelity became a matter of public record and the couple divorced, with the golfer allegedly paying Nordegren $100 million in assets, cash and real estate. 

Woods is said to have been worth around $10,000 in 1995. Now he is estimated to be worth $800 million. 

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