PGA Championship 2015 Players: Winner Jason Day Net Worth, Jordan Spieth Net Worth, Rory McIlroy Net Worth

From Aug. 13 to Aug. 16, the PGA Championship 2015 will air on CBS and TNT. For fans who can’t pass going to Whistling Straits, Wisc., to be there in person, PGA Championship 2015 tickets start at $30 to $40 for the first three practice rounds from Aug. 10 to Aug. 12 and go up to $90 and $95 to attend the four official rounds toward the end of the tournament.

The biggest attraction of the tournament is seeing which pro golfer on the PGA leaderboard will win the lion’s share of a $10 million purse. Last year, winner Rory McIlroy  walked away with $1.8 million — a payout that only added to the star’s huge net worth. McIlroy, along with contenders Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson and other pros, are some of the most lucrative athletes in the world. Check out how much each one is worth below, according to CelebrityNetWorth.

Jason Day Net Worth: $17 Million

Jason Day won the 2015 PGA Championship and took home the $1.8 million awarded to the PGA winner, increasing his total earnings from PGA tournaments this year to $6.06 million. He’s won four other PGA Tour events, including the 2015 Farmers Insurance Open. Day is currently endorsed by brands like TaylorMade and Lexus, and Golf Digest reports he makes $2.8 million off the course. According to TheRichest, Jason Day’s net worth is $17 million.

Jordan Spieth Net Worth: $16 Million

Jordan Spieth’s net worth is a reported $16 million.  At 22 years old, Spieth is one of the youngest golfers on the circuit, having turned pro just three years ago. Endorsed by the likes of Under Armour and Rolex, Spieth is a favorite to dominate the 2015 PGA Championship. Experts say the young golf star could earn between $10 million and $15 million in annual endorsements. Spieth’s total PGA Tour career earnings equal nearly $17.4 million.

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Rory McIlroy Net Worth: $65 million

This 26-year-old’s total earnings from PGA Tour wins is $27.6 million. Rory McIlroy has a net worth of $65 million, and Forbes reports the golfer made $16.3 million in prize money last year and $32 million from endorsements. Like Spieth, McIlroy is also a highly sought-after endorser, putting his name on brands like Nike, Omega and Bose. And his recently released Rory McIlroy PGA Tour video game from EA Sports will surely increase his overall earnings.

Zach Johnson Net Worth: $25 Million

With more than $3.8 million earned in PGA Tours this year alone, winning the 2015 PGA Championships would be a nice addition to Zach Johnson’s fortune. His most recent win was the 2015 Open Championship. Johnson’s sponsors range from John Deere to Country Inn & Suites, and his net worth is $25 million.

Bubba Watson Net Worth: $20 Million

A two-time Masters Tournament champ, Bubba Watson has lent his left-handed swing to several high-profile majors since he turned pro in 2011. Watson’s net worth stands at $20 million. He’s earned $4.7 million in PGA Tour wins for a total of $29.8 million in winnings. His partners include Ping, Oakley, Titleist and more.

Dustin Johnson Net Worth: $20 Million

With nine PGA Tour victories dating back to 2008, Dustin Johnson has won more than $28 million in total prize money over the years. Though the 31-year-old golfer took a leave of absence following a reportedly third failed drug test, he returns to the golf circuit this year. Golf Digest reports the golfer makes $5 million off the course. His net worth is $20 million.

Justin Rose Net Worth: $16 Million

The 2013 U.S. Open winner has impressive career milestones — including seven PGA Tour victories and seven international wins — that’s netted him a sizable net worth of $16 million. Justin Rose’s total PGA Tour earnings come out to $32.6 million. This year, he has won an impressive $3.4 million.

Phil Mickelson Net Worth : $180 Million

Phil Mickelson’s net worth is $180 million. His PGA Tour winnings stand at $77.2 million, and Golf Digest reported earlier this year the golfer’s earnings — including earnings made off the course — totaled $50.7 million. His sponsors include KPMG, Barclays, Exxon Mobil and Amgen. Mickelson has a whopping 42 PGA Tour victories, including three Masters and one PGA Championship in 2005.

Rickie Fowler Net Worth: $12 Million

A self-taught golfer turned multi-millionaire pro before the age of 30, Rickie Fowler has two PGA Tour victories: the 2015 Players Championship and the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship. The face of Cobra Puma Golf gear and apparel, Fowler earned $4.8 million in PGA Tour winnings and has received $2.8 million so far this year. According to Golf Digest, Fowler makes $8.75 million off the golf course.

Adam Scott Net Worth: $40 Million

Australian golfer Adam Scott started his pro golf career climbing the ranks during several international tournaments, but the University of Nevada, Las Vegas alum began making a name for himself on the PGA circuit about a decade ago. He won the 2013 Masters as well as the 2011 World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational. With a net worth of $40 million, Scott has won more than $38 million from PGA Tour events.

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Sergio Garcia Net Worth: $40 Million

Earning $2.5 million from a dozen PGA events so far in 2015, Sergio Garcia’s value as a star golfer dates back to 1999 when he turned pro. Originally from Spain, Garcia has eight PGA Tour victories and 17 international victories. He placed second to Tiger Woods in the 1999 PGA Championship. His net worth is $40 million, and according to Golf Digest, Garcia earns $8.5 million off course.

Jim Furyk Net Worth: $50 Million

Seventeen-time PGA Tour victor Jim Furyk has a net worth of $50 million. Last year, the golfer only took home $2.7 million in PGA Tour winnings, but his total winnings equal $64.6 million. Known to fans as either “The Businessman” or “The Grinder,”  some of Furyk’s sponsors include deals with, Adidas, 5-Hour Energy and RBC Royal Bank.

Patrick Reed Net Worth: $6 Million

One of pro golf’s rising stars, 24-year-old Patrick Reed has shown off his skills in several recent championships. After turning pro in 2011, the golfer won four PGA Tour events, including the 2014 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship. Financially, 2015 has turned out to be one of the best yet for Reed. He has nearly $3 million in winnings from PGA tournaments, increasing his total earnings to $9.2 million. Reed’s net worth, however, is only $6 million.

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