Facts of Tiger Woods Networth
|Full Name||Eldrick Tont Woods|
|Birth Name||Eldrick Tont Woods|
|Other Name||Tiger Woods,Righty,Mr. T|
|Birth City||Cypress, California|
|Birth Country||United States of America|
|Father Name||Earl Woods|
|Father Profession||US Army's retired lieutenant colonel|
|Mother Name||Kultida Woods|
|Spouse||Elin Nordegren (2004-2010)|
|Relation With||Erica Herman (since November 2017)|
|No Of Children||2|
|Awards||PGA Player of the Year,FedEx Cup Champion|
|Sibilings||Earl Jr., Kevin, Royce|
|Education||Western High School, Stanford University|
|Date of Birth||December 30,1975|
Richest Golfer Tiger Woods' Net Worth Is $800 Million
Tiger Woods, an American professional golfer considered one of the greatest golf figures, mainly plays for PGA Tour and European Tour. The 5-time Masters Tournament winner is professional since 1996 and has earned over $1.6 billion throughout his career, including on-course revenues and endorsements.
Well, Woods won the 2019 Masters Tournament and brought home $2.07 million, amassing him $65 million in total-earnings (so far) this year. As of August 2019, the FedEx Cup Champion owns the net worth of $800 million.
Despite a heavy fortune chop as divorce settlement of $100 million pay-out to (now ex) wife Elin Nordegren, Woods still takes a firm stand as the richest golfer.
The American golfer won his first major championship 1997 Masters at the age of 21. Moreover, he holds records as the youngest ever to achieve Grand Slam (at age of 24) and has Guinness World Record for Highest career earnings on the US PGA Tour.
Major Income Sources: On-Course Earnings With Tours
Ever since Woods turned professional in 1996 and joined the PGA Tour, the golfer successful career has earned him showers of massive millions of dollars.
By the end of April 1997, Tiger Woods took 3 PGA Tour wins in his account, followed by his first-ever victory in 1997 Masters Tournament. In the 1996 PGA season, he earned $790,594 which rose up to $2.066 million in 1997 PGA Season.
Till date, Woods has own 81 PGA Tours, and also plays in European Tour, Japan Gold Tour & Asian Tour. As per PGA Tour.com, the golfer has already embarked $118.70 million from PGA Tour venture.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tiger has an estimated net worth of $800 million. His fortune is compared with other famous golfers like Jordan Spieth ($100 million) and Rory McIlroy ($130 million).
Without a doubt, the pro-golf career earned him a huge payroll but also the endorsements have backed-up his fortune growth.
Meanwhile, the 11-time PGA Player of the Year earns the average salary of $50 million per year.
In May 2019, Woods became the 4th golfer to be honored with Presidential Medal of Freedom after Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Charlie Sifford.
Currently, he ranks #8 on the World Top Golfers and as per Forbes, is #34 in Celebrity 100 2019 with an annual on-course earning of $9.9 million (totals $65 million including endorsements).
Already with $1.3 billion career earnings (on-course & off-course) in 2014, Tiger as of 2019 has a reported career revenue of $1.6 billion.
Check Out Tiger Woods' Net Worth Over The Years:
- 1995 (During amateur career)- $10,000
- 1997- $7 million
- 1999- $40 million
- 2001- $50 million
- 2005- $250 million
- 2009- $500 million
- 2010- $400 million
- 2016- $700 million
- 2019- $800 million
Scorecard & Schedules 2019
In 2019, so far, the American golfer best performance records the victory in Masters Tournament 2019. Apart from these, he also played:
- Genesis Open (February 14-17)- Finished T15
- World Golf Championships - Mexico Championship (February 21-24)- Finished T30
- Memorial Tournament (May 30- June 2)- Finished T9
- U.S. Open (June 13 - 16)- Finished T21
- BMW Championship (August 15-18)- Finished T31
As per a verified Twitter account @GCTigerTracker, Woods will play in Zozo Championship (October 24-27) in Chiba, Japan.
Multi-Million Dollars Worth Endorsement Deals
Over the years, Tiger Woods has earned a thick sum through his endorsements & sponsorship alike of athletic figures Michael Jordan and Lebron James. He endorses General Motors, Titleist, General Mills, American Express, Accenture, and Nike, Inc
In July 2019, the Forbes reported his endorsement revenue to be $54 million.
Soon after his professional debut, Woods signed a contract with General Motors in January 1996 worth $10.90 million until 2010.
The same year, the American golfer inked a deal with Titleist worth $20 million and a 5-year deal with Nike which valued $40 million.
After the Masters Tournament champ got mushed in limelight with an extra-marital affair in 2010, many of his endorsements got away in an instant.
For a fact, Accenture, Gatorade, AT&T, and General Motors dropped him as the shareholders faced a $5 billion- $12 billion loss following Woods' scandal.
Earnings From Endorsements
- Golf Digest (signed in 1997)- $10 million
- Asahi (1997)- $14 million
- TLC Laser Eye Centers (January 1999)- $5 million
- Upper Deck (January 2001)- $5 million
- Tag Heuer (January 2002)- $25 million
- 5-year deal with Buick (2004)- $40 million
- Accenture (2005)- $20 million
- EA Sports (2006)- $80 million
- Gilette (January 2007)- $20 million
- Tatweer: Tiger Woods Dubai (January 2008)- $15 million
- AT&T (January 2009)- $10 million
- Rolex (January 2011)- $8 million
Sources cite that in 2014, Tiger made a whopping $55 million followed by $50 million and $37 million earnings in 2015 and 2017 respectively.
Also, the golfer is active on Instagram over 2 million followers while Twitter followers count 6.55 million. Online sources cite that Woods' Instagram can earn him $3,993- $6,656 per sponsored post.
Did you know? The majority of Tiger Woods' income is endorsements; as per reports of Golf Digest in 2014, 88% of his total career revenue $1.3 million, was from brand promotion.
Real Estate Empire & Assets: House, Cars, Private Jet & Lifestyle
Without a doubt, the multi-million dollar man enjoys a lavish lifestyle. The golf veteran Tiger's main residence is in Jupiter, Florida where he owns a 10-acre oceanfront estate, bought in 2006 for $40 million.
Meanwhile, the real estate value now features a four-green golf course and a 60-foot diving pool, made on a $54 million expense.
Also, Woods owns another mansion in Orlando, Florida, purchased in 2013 for $2.6 million.
Well, the PGA Tour champion formerly lived in his Windermere, Florida house, purchased in July 2000 for $2.475 million. The location is also known for infamous SUV accident of November 2009, near Woods' residence.
Back in January 2015, following 5 years of his divorce, Tiger placed his 9,000-square-foot-plus 1930s mansion in Sweden for sale for an undisclosed price. Though, the sales report never became public.
Car Collection, Yacht & Private Jet
Well, the American golfer seems quite fond of spending on luxury cars, his collection includes:
- Bentley Continental SuperSports
- Cadillac XT5
- Cadillac Escalade
- Ferrari 458 Italia
- Ferrari FF
- Lamborghini Murcielago
- Mercedes S65- $210,000
- Porsche Carrera GT
Furthermore, he also 155-footer Yacht, bought in 2004 for $20 million.
The yacht named Privacy call on $1,085 per day to dock at the Sag Harbor Yacht Club with a $2 million per year expense for its maintenance.
Even more, the American golfer owns a private jet, Gulfstream G550 with an estimated value of $54 million.
Tax Expenses & Insurance
Since Woods lives in Florida, he is liable to follow the state's tax policy which seeks 1.311% of its assessed value as property tax, while the house insurance costs $3,575 per year.
Well, the income tax calls in $3.9 million upon the income of yearly $10 million, inclusive of 36.61% Federal tax and 2.41% FICA.
Interesting Fact: The value of Tiger Woods' PGA tour pension is estimated to be $20 million.
Charity Works & Donations
Besides his golf-career prominence, Tiger Woods is also famous for his generosity and often makes highlights with his massive donations.
Well, he runs the TGR Foundation which operates Tiger Woods Learning Center in Anaheim, California under it, aiming to provide college-access programs for the youths. The learning center is a 35,000-square-foot facility and is allegedly worth $50 million.
Back in 2009, Woods donated $9.5 million to Tiger Woods Learning Center, followed by $1 million funding in 2011.
Moreover, the American golfer also gave $3 million for the relief of Haiti earthquake in 2010. In addition to that, he donated $10,000 to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore to launch a professional golf management program.
For a fact, Tiger has associations with many non-profit organizations like Caddy for a Cure, Rainforest Foundation Fund and Shriners Hospitals for Children, supported by other celebrities like Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift.
Tiger Woods' Personal Life: Age, Height, Wife, Children, Divorce & Relationship
Tiger Woods was born Eldrick Tont Woods on December 30, 1975, in Cypress, California, the USA. His father Earl Woods was US Army's retired lieutenant colonel and mother Kultida Woods, a homemaker.
He is the only son of his parents but has 3 half-siblings: Earl Jr., Kevin, and Royce from his father's first marriage.
After his family moved to Orange County, Woods attended Western High School and graduated in 1994. Later, he enrolled at Stanford University.
Tiger Woods holds American nationality and is of Cablinasian ethnicity.
Cheating Scandal Led Divorce With Wife: Their Children
Woods was a married man until he divorced his wife Elin Nordegren after 6 years of marriage. The duo began dating after they were introduced by golfer Jesper Parnevik's wife in 2001 Open Championship. Well, Elin worked as a nanny for Jesper's children.
Soon after, Tiger Woods & Elin's dating turn into a serious relationship, resulting in their engagement in November 2003.
Later, October 5, 2004, the couple married at the Sandy Lane resort in Barbados; Tiger had rented the venue for around $2 million.
Moreover, the duo became parents to 2 children: Sam Alexis Woods (born on June 18, 2007), whom he named after the name he used to be called by his father and son Charlie Axel Woods (February 8, 2009).
The happily family of 4 lived happily together until the news of extra-marital affair of Woods left their relationship devastated.
In November 2009, Tiger Woods got in the limelight on the accusation of infidelity, with his extra-marital affair with New York City nightclub manager Rachel Uchitel. And later, the rumors turned true following the discovery of Woods' voice mail for the lady.
Even though Tiger went on to release an apology statement, it was barely worth, resulting in Woods-Nordegren divorce on August 23, 2010.
As reported, the divorce settlement was initially made on a term of $750 million alimony, though later Elin Nordegren was offered $100 million including real estates.
Is Tiger Woods Dating?
Yes, Woods is dating currently and seems to have a well-managed relationship with his girlfriend Erica Herman. She currently works as general manager at The Woods, Woods' high-class sports bar in Jupiter, Florida.
Tiger and his 33-year-old lover often make PDAs; Erica appeared in the 2019 Masters Tournament to celebrate Woods' victory.
Sources report that the duo went public regarding their dating in November 2017.
Though, no news on their relationship upgrades; engagement or wedding plans are out.
Well, the American golfer has been in numerous relationship earlier, some of the famous dates include: Joanna Jagoda (1998 - 2009), Kashmira Karanjia (2002 - 2009), Theresa Rogers (2004 - 2009), Julie Postle (2004 - 2006), Jamie Jungers (2004 - 2006) and Mindy Lawton (2006 - 2007).
Age & Height
As of August 2019, Tiger Woods' age is 43 and has a height of 6 ft. (183 cm).
List Of On-Course Earnings From Golf Tours (includes PGA, European Tour and others)
|Year||PGA Tour Revenue||Total On-Course Earnings|
As for a fact, back in 2015, Woods' overall career earnings reached $1 billion, all thanks to his endorsements assistance that loaded him with cash.
Over the 3 years course, in 2016, 2017 & 2018, Tiger made an exaggerating $45.3 million, $37.1 million and $36.1 million respectively.