What Is Scottie Scheffler’s Net Worth?
Just how much is the Masters champion worth? Here, we take a look
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In 2022, Scottie Scheffler secured the PGA Tour Player of the Year (opens in new tab) and Leading Money winner honors in what was a superb season. Picking up the Masters, he also vaulted to the World No.1 spot, with the American claiming millions of dollars in the process.
Currently a four-time PGA Tour winner, he has held the World No.1 spot for 30 weeks and saw a vast expansion in his net worth in 2022. Here, we take a look at just that.
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We begin with prize money, of which Scheffler (opens in new tab) has won a lot. In 2022 alone, he claimed $14 million, which doesn't include $5.75 million from the FedEx Cup, or an extra $5.5 million from the Player Impact Program.
The stunning run came at the beginning of 2022, when Scheffler got into the winner's circle after claiming the Waste Management Phoenix Open title. This came in a playoff over fellow American Patrick Cantlay (opens in new tab) and earned him $1,476,000.
He then went on to win his second PGA Tour title just a couple of events later, with a final-round 72 in tough conditions at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, giving him a one shot win and a $2,160,000 paycheck.
More followed as, just three weeks later, he secured the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Defeating Kevin Kisner in the final to win $2,100,000, his biggest winning cheque to date came in his very next event, the 2022 Masters. He managed to blitz the field to win $2.7 million and, in the process, won a Green Jacket which perhaps has an unquantifiable impact on a player's net worth.
Sat inside the top 70 of the PGA Tour career money list, we now move to the sponsor side of Scheffler's (opens in new tab) net worth, with some recognized brands supporting the American throughout his career.
We begin with the club manufacturer that helped Scheffler (opens in new tab) reach the summit of the World Rankings, with the American signing a multi-year contract with TaylorMade in March 2022. Previously, an equipment free agent, he now uses a TaylorMade driver and irons. However, he also has a Titleist ball sponsorship and uses Vokey wedges and a Scotty Cameron putter. (opens in new tab)
Scheffler has an apparel partnership with Nike which involves him wearing clothing and shoes from the brand, with the American also sponsored by Rolex, Netjets and Veritex Community Bank. The bank sponsors several American golfers.
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Taking up the game when he was just seven years of age, Matt made it into his county squad just a year later and continues to play the game at a high standard, with a handicap of around 2-4. To date, his best round came in 2016, where he shot a six-under-par 66 having been seven-under through nine holes. He currently plays at Witney Lakes in Oxfordshire and his favourite player is Rory McIlroy, despite nearly being struck by his second shot at the 17th during the 2015 BMW PGA Championship.
Matt’s current What’s In The Bag?
Driver: Honma TW747, 8.75°
Fairway Wood: TaylorMade Rocketballz Stage 2, 15°, 19°
Hybrid: Adams Super Hybrid, 22°
Irons: Mizuno MP54, 5-PW
Wedges: Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 Tour Satin, 50°, 56°, 60°
Putter: Cleveland TFI 2135 Satin Cero
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
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