Augusta will welcome back Tiger Woods for the Masters tournament in 2022 and with it, golf regains one of its all time greats.
Woods is as well known for his business activities as he is for his swing, and his net worth is an impressive figure which far surpasses that of his competitors.
How much is Tiger Woods worth?
Tiger Woods has an estimated net worth of approximately $800 million in 2022, following success both on and off the golf course.
Even now, following controversies in his personal life and a car accident which sidelined him for almost a year, his income is still an impressive $50 million per year.
Having made $2.1 billion throughout his career, no-one has ever got richer from the game of golf and only Michael Jordan, with income of $2.62 billion, can compete for income from sport.
How much does Tiger Woods earn?
Woods has made his wealth primarily from winning golf competitions, for example, the $2.07 million he won at the 2019 Masters. However, he has also gained a significant amount of income from sponsorships and endorsements.
Woods’ rumoured salary of $50 million is only a starting point, as a 12-month period over 2019/20 saw him bring in $63 million in sponsorship income. He earns $10 million to help with the design of courses all around the world and can acquire up to $1.5 million just to appear at golf competitions.
What sponsorships does Tiger Woods have?
Woods is supported by Nike and signed his first agreement in , worth $40 million over five years. He signed another deal with the sportswear giant in 2001, worth $100 million, and another in 2006 which was worth as much as $40 million per year over eight years
In 2013, his contract was extended, though some elements were also cut back, and it was valued at $200 million. Other endorsements and sponsors include TaylorMade, Monster, GOLF TV, Bridgestone, Kowa, Hero, Upper Deck, Full Swing Simulators, and Centinel Spine.
Gatorade also once produced a custom drink, called the “Gatorade Tiger” which earned him $100 million over five years, and an endorsement of Gillette also netted him $20 million.