Tiger Woods Next Tournaments
Tiger Woods Next Tournaments expected to be:
Tiger Woods left the Honda Classic early with back issues, but the No. 1 player in the world announced he will be in attendance at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral this week in Florida.
Thursday Mar 6 – Sunday Mar 9, 2014 • Purse: $9,000,000 • Winning Share: $1,530,000
|The Honda Classic
PGA National Champion Course; Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Trump National Doral; Miami
|Arnold Palmer Invitational
Bay Hill Club & Lodge; Orlando, Fla.
|Jan 23 – 26, 2014||Farmers Insurance Open
Torrey Pines (South), La Jolla, CA
January 30 -
|Omega Dubai Desert Classic
Emirates Golf Club; Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Career Earnings for Tiger Woods
According to Golf Digest, Tiger Woods has earned $1.3 billion for his career thanks to a 2013 that saw Tiger earn $83 million for the season.
Woods was the top earner for the year in golf, followed by Phil Mickelson ($52 million), Arnold Palmer ($40 million), Jack Nicklaus ($26 million), Henrik Stenson ($19 million) and Rory McIlroy ($18 million).
According to the report, nearly 88 percent of the $1.3 billion mark was earned in endorsements for Woods, but he still has pulled in a hefty number just from winning golf tournaments at a phenomenal rate (Tiger has 79 PGA Tour wins over his career, second most all-time behind Sam Snead’s 82, a number Woods could catch in 2014).
And he says he’s getting better?
illegal drop 2 stroke penalty at The Masters will be talked about for quite some time. Wonder who called to tell on him???
Maybe it was Elin!
Adam Scott of Australia celebrates after the fourth round of the 2013 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia on Sunday. Scott claimed the title after a playoff, becoming the first Australian to win the Masters. ( Xinhua News Agency/Newscom)