How Tiger Woods Makes And Spends His $800 Million

[Narrator] Hardly anyone
was expecting Tiger Woods to make a comeback. Leading up to the 2019
Masters, betting odds had the likelihood of a
Tiger Woods win at 14-1. Jemele Hill: The next press
release Tiger Woods Jemele Hill: The next press
release Tiger Woods should release should
be “I’m retiring.” Stephen A. Smith: I stopped
believing in him years ago! Shannon Sharpe: He will never
ever be that guy again. [Narrator] Woods upset
the odds [Narrator] Woods upset
the odds to win his fifth
Masters championship. Flashback to 10 years ago, Tiger Woods was disgraced
amid a cheating scandal, a costly divorce, a break from golfing,
and later, a DUI. The star of the sport
seemed to have lost it all. The shocking 2019 Masters win marked a historic return to form by one of the most successful
athletes in history, who has earned a total
of $1.4 billion since turning pro in 1996. Here’s how Tiger Woods, who’s sitting on an estimated
$800 million net worth, makes and spends his millions. Tiger Woods leads his sport
in career prize winnings with an estimated total
of $122.5 million. The 2019 Masters
earned Woods one of his The 2019 Masters
earned Woods one of his biggest paydays, with a record
payout of more than $2 million But Woods makes most of his
money outside of competition. The bulk of his income is
from endorsement deals. During the peak of
Woods’ golfing career, he made $100 million
annually off the course. he made $100 million
annually off the course. A multiyear deal
with Bridgestone Golf to play exclusively
with its golf balls is estimated to be worth
$1 million to $2 million a year. For his clubs, Woods has
signed with TaylorMade for an undisclosed amount, and his signature irons are
now available for $2,000. His previous club
deal with Nike was worth about
$11 million per year. Woods also has endorsement
deals for undisclosed amounts with Rolex and sports-card
maker Upper Deck. The star also reportedly
brings in $2 million a year from his deal with
Monster Beverage. His apparel, however,
still flaunts the logo of his most loyal sponsor, Nike. Woods has been sponsored
by Nike for the entirety of his
professional career. They stuck with him
through all the scandals when many others dropped him. In addition to lost endorsements, Woods’ 2010 divorce
settlement was reported to have cost him $100 million, about one-sixth of his
fortune at the time. It’s estimated that his Nike deal has been worth up to
$20 million per year, likely varying based
on performance. With so many eyes on
Woods and his comeback, more lucrative deals
may be heading his way. But it’s not all
sponsorships and competition. Another major moneymaker is
Woods’ golf-course design work. He opened his first US
course in Houston in 2015 and has designed
10 courses so far, including a golf course for
the Trump World Golf Club in Dubai, which is
still in development. The partnership isn’t surprising, considering that
Trump and Woods have occasionally
played golf together and that in 2019
Woods was awarded the Presidential Medal
of Freedom by Trump. Woods also has his
own restaurant. He reportedly invested
about $8 million of his own money into
building The Woods Jupiter. So as Woods gets closer
to billionaire status, how else does he spend
his fortune and free time? For one, Woods likes to
travel in style. He bought a 155-foot
yacht named Privacy for $20 million in 2004. Woods also owns a
Gulfstream G550 private jet, which is worth about $54 million. He reportedly flew commercial for the first time in
10 years in 2017. When he isn’t traveling, Woods is at his $55 million
home in Jupiter, Florida. The 10-acre estate was
built from scratch for Woods and features a
pitch-and-putt golf course, as well as a private dock. And golf isn’t the only
sport Woods enjoys. He’s a diehard Raiders fan. He’s shown off his
Raiders pool table online and often attends games. Spearfishing is another
passion of his. In 2002, Woods even
called in sick to his only
tune-up tournament before the British Open so
that he could go spearfishing. And he’s also a gamer. During an interview with
Stephen Colbert in 2016, Woods shared that
he played “Call of Duty” eight hours a day while
recovering from back surgery. Woods: When 7-year-olds
are beating you from around the world… humbling. [Narrator] Woods also works
with kids through his charity
for at-risk youth, the Tiger Woods Foundation. Over the years, Woods has
reportedly donated $12 million to the foundation. He also works with
the TGR Learning Lab to provide opportunities
for students to explore different
passions through science. With all this fortune, it’s
clear that golf courses With all this fortune, it’s
clear that golf courses aren’t the only green
Tiger Woods sees.

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100 thoughts on “How Tiger Woods Makes And Spends His $800 Million

  1. White people are triggered in this comment section🤣🤣🤣🤣they follow videos about blacks like Vultures

  2. Tbh they stopped believing in him when he was human. In this world if u rich and famous you are not allowed to have feelings or just be human

  3. This how rich people during the early Renaissance would flex by hiring artists although their lives were crude af

  4. I hope Tiger Woods joins the likes of Michael Jordan and Jay-z in the Billionaire club. More "old money" type of wealth.

  5. I have been following Tiger since he turned pro. He is the most exciting golfer to watch. Hoping he has many years left to play golf.

  6. Addiction brings a guy down. Get rid of your destructive addiction and you skyrocket back up even better and stronger.

  7. I love how they used someone to make the video who doesn't even know how to pronounce irons correctly 🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️ 1:39

  8. Idk why people lost hope in this guy he is a GOAT. I saw that in him before the DUI and the other stuff but if you can go from divorce to winning a Masters, you deserve to be a GOAT.

  9. I called this come back years ago. He obviously had to play like shit for a little while, to let everyone forget what he hid. Lol

  10. I'm so confused, even if she never pursued a career to look after the kids and whatever argument you can come up with, even if his cheating is the reason there marriage ended, how does that equate to $100 million? It is more infuriating when you know she lived a lavish lifestyle and never needed anything.

  11. Mofo should just go bald like my dude accept or get scientist to grow ur hair back like wtf u have millis

  12. i was surprised to see the golf ball deal was on 2 million ans the beverage deal as well was only 2 million, i expected those to be much higher, also his nike deal, Rory mcilroy signed a deal for 250 million over 10 years, you'd expect his to be higher but thats not the case

  13. I’m sorry, this was a good video, but I just can’t support a guy who is a die hard Trump fanatic, as well as someone who has had over 121 affairs over his lifetime. There is no way that a guy who was put in such a good light in this video has a plausible reason to date 121 people. How is that even possible? He’s sex crazed, and his medal of freedom clearly had some bias towards him by Trump. Yes, I respect him as a golfer, but by no means as a human being. This mockery of a role model should not be supported and followed the way he is every week on the tour.

  14. “Hardly anyone was expecting tiger woods to make a comeback” what??

    “His odds were at 14-1” uh those are pretty good odds.

    How do you people have jobs

  15. Was it only the cheating/dui that made people turn against him? because that doesn't seem like much lol

  16. Nike knew that people would always obsess over tiger and they stuck with him even through the lows.

  17. How did he make 1.6 B$ and is “only” worth 800 Mil? Doesnt seem to know how to manage his money…

  18. Let’s face it, he only won the masters because the Italian lost it in last 9. He didn’t even qualify for next tournament, he’s not back….he had ONE good tourney

  19. Lol now add that money he has to spend on maintenance on everything and everyone he has to hire to keep his jet and boat going lol

  20. They say 14-1 like that’s an insult long shot… he had the second best odds only behind DJ and Rory at 12-1

  21. Look how much Trump embraced him. I don't think Trump is racist, but he more stereotypes social class and it's statistics.

  22. Nike: Crappernick said the American shoes are offensive. Better get rid of them. We are going to protect our image.

    Also Nike: Let us give a pass to Woods even though he cheated and drove under the influence. Oh look, he finally won again, let's make money and forget about the past.

    You can't take Nike seriously as a company.

  23. 참… 웃긴게 남이 돈을 어떻게 버는지 당연히 이사람은 운동선수니까 운동해서 돈벌지 뭐해서 돈벌겠냐 ㅡㅡ 일반적인 사람이 돈버는거가 어떻게 수익을 올리는지가 더 좋은 컨텐츠가 될듯 !!! 아시겠어요?!!!비지니스 인사이드?!!!

  24. There should be a line of tour players outside his house everyday all-day waiting to go down on him! Mickleson should be first in line!!!

  25. victim of psycho girlfriend, this is an increasiing problem, as there is no way to control dangerous women these days, and they are on the rise and castrating more and more and increasingly manipulative! Making a romantic move on the wrong one, will ruin your life for sure, and can land you in jail directly.

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