Published On: Tue, May 9th, 2017

Tiger Woods Net Worth: How Much Is Tiger Woods Worth?

Tiger Woods Net Worth in 2017: $740 million

Tiger Woods is an American professional Golf player who is one of the highest paid athletes in the world, tiger is most successful golf player, he has won numerous tournaments, and his total net worth is $740 million which is the one of the top numbers in richest athletes list of 2017 in the world.

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American golfer was born in California on December 30, 1975, he was introduced with Golf at the age of 2 because his father Earl was also a golf player and his father was also his first trainer, Tiger’s first round of golf was the Navy base golf club because Earl was the Navy officer and at the age of three he scored 48 goals in nine hole.

Stanford University selected him as a golf player and he won his first tournament of the university in 1994 and at the age of 19 he participated in his first PGA Tour major and in All-American team which gave a lot of popularity to him.

He participated in the tournament of 1997 Masters, he won the match by 12 strokes which was the outstanding performance by him and he earned from this winning tournament $486000, after this he got the first position in world ranking.

He has the record of most remained weeks champion, eleven times he has been awarded PGA Player of the Year which is a record by any player and he has the record of earning more money by any player in different seasons; he has won 14 championships, this is second highest winning ration by any player.

Tiger is a man who has done 79 PGA Tour events and in all active players he has the record of more wining Major championships in the career and more winning PGA tours and he is the second youngest person who won the place in the of Forbes list of wealthiest celebrities.

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