Davis Love

Davis Love Net Worth

$50 Million
Info
Category:
Richest AthletesGolfers
Net Worth:
$50 Million
Date of Birth:
Apr 13, 1964 (58 years old)
Place of Birth:
Charlotte
Gender:
Male
Height:
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Profession:
Golfer
Nationality:
United States of America
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Davis Love Net Worth: Davis Love is an American professional golfer who has a net worth of $50 million dollars. Davis Love has won 21 events on the PGA Tour, including one major championship: the 1997 PGA Championship. Davis Love was born on April 13, 1964 in Charlotte, North Carolina to Davis M. Love, Jr. and his wife, Helen, a day after his father competed in the final round at the 1964 Masters Tournament. He attended high school at Glynn Academy, Brunswick, Georgia and college at the University of North Carolina where he was a three-time all-American and all-Atlantic Coast Conference golfer. He won six titles during his collegiate career, including the ACC tournament championship in 1984. Love turned professional in 1985, earning his PGA Tour card in the autumn of 1985, on his first attempt. He quickly established himself on the PGA Tour, winning his first tour event in 1987 at the MCI Heritage Golf Classic, at Harbour Town Golf Links. He would later win this event four more times, setting a record for most victories in it. Love and Fred Couples won four straight times from 1992-1995 for the United States in the World Cup of Golf, a record for this event. He won the prestigious Players Championship in 1992 and 2003. He has featured in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking for over 450 weeks and reached a high ranking of third. On November 9, 2008, Love's 20th career PGA Tour victory at the Children's Miracle Network Classic gave him a lifetime exemption on the tour, at the age of 44. Love captained the 2012 U.S. Ryder Cup team.

Davis Love Earnings

  • 15 prize money wins in the 2014 PGA season
    $284.8 Thousand
  • 7 prize money wins in the 2013 PGA season
    $303.5 Thousand
  • 12 prize money wins in the 2012 PGA season
    $989.8 Thousand
  • 13 prize money wins in the 2011 PGA season
    $1.1 Million
  • 15 prize money wins in the 2010 PGA season
    $1.2 Million
  • 20 prize money wins in the 2009 PGA season
    $1.6 Million
  • 16 prize money wins in the 2008 PGA season
    $1.7 Million
  • 13 prize money wins in the 2007 PGA season
    $1 Million
  • 18 prize money wins in the 2006 PGA season
    $2.7 Million
  • 17 prize money wins in the 2005 PGA season
    $2.7 Million
  • 19 prize money wins in the 2004 PGA season
    $3.1 Million
  • 20 prize money wins in the 2003 PGA season
    $6.1 Million
  • 21 prize money wins in the 2002 PGA season
    $2.1 Million
  • 17 prize money wins in the 2001 PGA season
    $3.2 Million
  • 24 prize money wins in the 2000 PGA season
    $2.4 Million
  • 20 prize money wins in the 1999 PGA season
    $2.5 Million
  • 19 prize money wins in the 1998 PGA season
    $1.5 Million
  • 22 prize money wins in the 1997 PGA season
    $1.6 Million
  • 19 prize money wins in the 1996 PGA season
    $1.2 Million
  • 22 prize money wins in the 1995 PGA season
    $1.1 Million
  • 21 prize money wins in the 1994 PGA season
    $484.1 Thousand
  • 23 prize money wins in the 1993 PGA season
    $777.1 Thousand
  • 22 prize money wins in the 1992 PGA season
    $1.2 Million
  • 24 prize money wins in the 1991 PGA season
    $693.5 Thousand
  • 20 prize money wins in the 1990 PGA season
    $518.2 Thousand
  • 18 prize money wins in the 1989 PGA season
    $289.5 Thousand
  • 17 prize money wins in the 1988 PGA season
    $156.1 Thousand
  • 17 prize money wins in the 1987 PGA season
    $296.7 Thousand
  • 22 prize money wins in the 1986 PGA season
    $113.2 Thousand
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