10 Companies That Pay Tiger Woods a Whopping $65M a Year

Tiger Woods is of the most famous names in the Golf and is probably one of the most successful professionals. He has accumulated massive wealth throughout his career, even outside of golf. But how did he earn so much wealth in 2021 while battling injuries caused by a near-fatal car accident?

tiger woods' earnings in 2020-2021

Despite not playing the 2020-2021 season, former World Number One accumulated a whopping $73.5 million in total earnings last year. According to Sportico, he is the 10 highest-paid athlete globally in 2022, and he is the only golfer in the top 20.

how much did woods make in salary and winnings?

Woods accumulated $8.5 million through salary and winning, including $8 million that he won through the PGA Tour’s Players Impact Program. But the primary source of his earnings was his marketing and endorsement deals with some of the big companies in the world.

how much does woods make from endorsments in a year alone?

He jacked up a whopping $65 million through endorsements, the third-highest for any athlete. He received this mammoth amount from 10 companies associated with the 82-time PGA Tour winner.

which are the top 10 companies woods endorses?

The top 10 companies are Nike, Rolex, Bridgestone, Monster Energy, Hero Motocorp, Taylormade, GolfTV, Full Swing Simulators, Kowa, and Centinel Spine. Moreover, his figures prove that even if the five-time Masters winner does not play much, he will receive huge sums through his endorsement deals.

what are woods' other sources of income

Apart from his endorsement deals, Woods runs a successful golf design company, TGR Design. He commands $10 million upfront to design a golf course and has built layouts throughout the globe

Tiger Woods’ 82nd
PGA Tour title

Woods won his 82nd Tout title in 2019 at the ZOZO Championship in Japan. He won the event with an overall score of 19-under-par. As a result, Tiger claimed victory with a comfortable three-stroke margin.

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