The Stunning Net Worth Of Patrick Reed

Pro golfers are some of the richest and wealthiest athletes in the professional sports world. Many of them earn millions of dollars throughout their careers — and not just through playing in competitions, but also through multi-million dollar endorsements. Texas-born golfer Patrick Reed is no different. The 30-year-old athlete, set to play in the Masters on April 8, just recently signed a three-year deal endorsement deal, reports Yahoo! Money. And last month Reed also became the first American ever to partner with the British athletic clothing brand Castore, per Sports Pro. Prior to that, he had a deal with Nike.

Born in San Antonio, Texas on August 5, 1990, Reed started playing golf at a young age. But when he was a baby, he was already being introduced to the sport of golf, as his father apparently gifted him with plastic golf clubs, says Golf Digest. When he was 9 years old, he would go to a ranch to practice his golfing skills from sun-up to sundown. By the time he reached high school, he was winning major junior golf championships up until he entered college. He attended the University of Georgia but that was short-lived for the young prospect, as the school's golf team dismissed him for allegedly stealing, reports Golf, but he bounced back and later enrolled at Augusta State University and helped them win two back-to-back NCAA titles in 2010 and 2011. In 2011, Reed went pro.

Patrick Reed's net worth

Fast forward to now, the No. 7 ranked golfer (via PGA Tour) has earned more than $20 million in total prize winnings, according to Heavy

Today, Patrick Reed's current net worth is estimated to be $9 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth. In his debut year, Reed earned about $20,000 — a huge difference from what he makes now a decade later. His earnings would greatly increase in the following years as he competed in more events and tournaments. He would win his first million in 2013, reports Heavy. Reed continued competing in major tournaments, eventually winning the coveted green jacket at the 2018 Masters. He took home $1.8 million dollars with that title.

He's won a total of nine PGA tours, most recently the Farmers Insurance Open where he won $1.35 million dollars (via PGA Tour). If he wins the 2021 Masters, he stands to win over $2 million dollars, says Free Tips.