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As of 2024, Tiger Woods is the richest golfer in the world.

That may come as no surprise, given Woods is a fifteen-time major champion and 82-time PGA Tour winner.

From an early age, Woods was marked as a golf prodigy, and his career has ultimately led to him earning eye-watering sums.

Without taking a place on LIV Golf, Woods has amassed a record-breaking net worth, courtesy of earnings and endorsement deals.

So, what is Tiger Woods’ net worth?

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Tiger Woods’ net worth

Born in 1975, Woods is widely regarded as one of the greatest golfers of all time and one of the most famous athletes in modern history.

Throughout a 27-year professional career up to 2023, Woods’ net worth is at least $1 billion.

That is according to Forbes, who claim he is one of just three known athlete billionaires.

As one of the top-earning athletes of all time, Woods has raked in over $1.7 billion in salary, endorsements and other income.

That figure is despite turning down a ‘mind-blowingly enormous deal’ from LIV Golf, which CEO Greg Norman said would be in the “high nine digits.”

However, less than 10% of Woods’ career earnings, and net worth, arrive from golf winnings. The former world number one lifted three PGA Tour titles and his first major triumph within one year of turning pro.

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Between 1997 and 2023, Woods won The Masters five times, the PGA Championship four times, and the Open and U.S. Open three times.

However, the bulk of his fortune comes from huge endorsement deals, including more than a dozen brands from Gatorade and TaylorMade to Rolex and Nike.

Woods’ 27-year sponsorship deal with Nike, believed to have been worth up to $500million, ended in January 2024.

Woods has also ventured into an array of businesses. He owns golf design firm TGR Design, live events production company TGR Live and a restaurant, The Woods.

Joining forces with Rory McIlroy, Woods also formed TGL, an indoor golf league, which was due to debut in January 2024, but has now been pushed back to 2025.

Woods’ impact led to PGA Tour winnings nearly tripling between 1996 and 2008.

For ten consecutive years until 2012, Woods was the highest-paid athlete in the world, earning over $100 million per year off the golf course.

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