Lee Trevino

Total assets: $40 million Trevino won the US Open, the PGA Championship and the Open Championship not once, but rather twice: a deed just three different golfers have achieved.

As indicated by several sites, the Merry Mex made a big deal about his cash on the Senior PGA Tour. 

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Adam Scott

Total assets: $40 million The Aussie positioned one on the planet for a few months in 2014. His winning rewards have brought him a lot of cash as of now, and he may become much wealthier from endorsing brands.

 

Lee Westwood

Total assets: $40 million in 2010, the Brit thumped Tiger Woods out of the top position on the planet rankings. He hasn’t won any significant competitions, yet he consistently wins, which acquires a persistent salary.

 

Rory McIlroy

Total assets: $50 million McIlroy, who hails from Northern Ireland, is the currently the number 1 golfer on the planet. He’s now won four majors and has an enormous endorsing brands like Nike. Not surprising! for a bigwig who’s just 25.

 

Jim Furyk

Total assets: $50 million The American won the US Open in 2003 and keeping in mind that he hasn’t won whatever other majors, his reliable position among the top golfers. He’s been in the main 10 for over 380 weeks since 1999.

 

Sir Nick Faldo

Total assets: $60 million The Brit who is all the more legitimately known as Sir Nick Faldo had a stellar profession that included winning six majors. Nowadays, his cash originates from covering the game for CBS Sports.

 

Ernie Els

Total assets: $75 million The Big Easy has held the 1 spot and, at 788 weeks up to 2013, also the record for the most weeks in the main 10. The South African acquires superfluous cash from outlining greens and from his winery, Ernie Els Wines.

 

Vijay Singh

Total assets: $75 million Singh demonstrated that Fiji can create more than just rugby players. In 2004 and 2005, he positioned at 1 and among his 59 capable wins are three majors.

 

Fred Couples

Total assets: $105 million The American known as ‘Blast Boom’ has 63 skillful wins, including 1992 Masters Tournament, to his name. He now plays for the most part on the senior’s circuit and besides outlines greens.

 

Phil Mickelson

Total assets: $180 million Mickelson has won five majors and positions second on the PGA Tour’s rundown ever vocation income. Be that as it may, he really profits from supports and in 2011, he was the second-most bigheartedly compensated of all competitors in the US.

 

Gary Player

Total assets: $200 million The International Ambassador of Golf has won 165 expert competitions, among them golf’s Grand Slam, in his career for than six eras. The unbelievable South African has equally profited from composing golf books, planning fairways, rearing stallions and different business moseys.