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As a professional golfer since 1998 with over two dozen professional victories, Zach Johnson is one of the all-time money leaders in PGA Tour history.
And now with his second major under his belt, the bank account is going to get a little fatter.
Here’s what you need to know about Johnson’s net worth:
1. Some Websites Estimate His Net Worth at $25 Million
While it’s nearly impossible to know how much Johnson is worth, some websites estimate it at $25 million.
That number is likely pretty accurate considering how much he has made on the PGA Tour and his numerous endorsement deals.
2. He’s Made Over $37 Million In Prize Money
With over $37 million made in prize money since turning pro, Johnson ranks 11th on the all-time list, just behind Adam Scott.
Johnson has made almost $4 million in 2015 alone.
2014 — $3,353,417
2013 — $4,044,509
2012 — $4,504,244
2011 — $1,880,406
2010 — $2,916,993
2009 — $4,714,813
2008 — $1,615,123
2007 — $3,922,338
2006 — $2,452,250
2005 — $1,796,441
2004 — $2,417,685
2002 — $57,000
3. Some of His Sponsors Include Titleist, Oakleys & EA Sports
Johnson also pulls in a pretty penny from his endorsements.
He uses Titleist clubs and can often be seen on the course sporting Oakley sunglasses.
Other sponsors include FootJoy, NetJets, BMW and EA Sports.
And now with an Open Championship under his belt, more sponsors will come knocking for his services.
4. Johnson Has a Home in St. Simons Island
Like many of his peers on the PGA Tour, Zach has a home in a golf community.
Johnson’s is on St. Simons Island in Georgia.
He can basically play golf all-year round there.
Among other PGA Tour pros who have homes on the island are Davis Love III, Jonathan Byrd, Lucas Glover, Matt Kuchar, Harris English, Brian Harman and Hudson Swafford.
5. He Won $1.8 Million For Winning the British Open
As each year comes, the prize money in majors just gets richer and richer.
The 2015 British Open had a total purse of $9.2 million. Of that, Johnson takes home about $1.8 million.
He also gets the prestigious Claret Jug for winning the Open.
Jordan Spieth also won approximately $1.8 million for his Masters and U.S. Open titles.
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