Golf has always been synonymous with big tournament earnings as some of the prize pools are incredibly enticing, and with quite a long competitive calendar during the year there are also plenty of opportunities to win, particularly if you’re one of the top players attending the majors. From those who haven’t won a single major to those winning multiple, career earnings have always been interesting for golfing fans – and might help you out the next time you’re consider wagering on golf events as you can find some betting sites accepting odds on the latest tournaments throughout the year. But who are the biggest earners in the PGA?
Jordan Spieth – With three major championships under his belt, Jordan Spieth was once a top-level contender and a favourite for many young golfers around the world – aside from a few scuffs here and there that have cost him the opportunity to take the crown home, this US player is probably most well known for his very lucrative deals with the Under Armour brand, and his own line of golfing shoes with them. Although in a list of the top 30 all time golfing earners, Spieth comes in at just number 26 with earnings of $44.7 million.
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Dustin Johnson – Another player favourite with two majors under his belt with the latest coming at the 2020 Masters, having come back from a back injury that had put him out for a while particularly when he was looking to be in his best form. With a long-lasting relationship with Adidas, Johnson has a huge number of event wins under his belt racking up 34 total and coming in at number 9 in the top 30 of all PGA earners with earnings of $72.7 million.