What Is Jon Rahm's Net Worth?

How much is the two-time Major Champion worth? Here, we take a look at the fortune he's amassed

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Rahm won The Masters in 2023, his second Major title
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Jon Rahm is one of the most successful golfers of the last decade and his net worth reflects that. The two-time Major winner's personal fortune has also increased dramatically following his move to LIV Golf.

We haven't been able to verify the figures, but various reports suggest he earned somewhere in the region of $550m-$600 for joining the Saudi-backed league

That is on top of all money he's accrued in earnings on the PGA Tour and DP World Tour, plus the various sponsorship agreements he's entered into since turning professional in 2016. 

How Much Did He Earn Before Joining LIV Golf?

Before his move to LIV – a potentially seismic moment in the history of men's professional golf – Rahm had mad a huge amount of money on the PGA and DP World Tours.

His career earnings on the European circuit are just over the €27,000,000 mark, with his most successful year to date coming in 2019. He won three times and recorded five other top-tens on his way to €6,203,316.

On the PGA Tour, Rahm has tucked away even more. Between joining the circuit and jumping ship to its Greg Norman-led rival, Rahm accrued a staggering $51,546,651. That's enough to put him 11th on the all-time money list, despite the fact he only spent seven-and-a-half years on the circuit. He's ahead of the likes of Ernie Els, Rickie Fowler and Davis Love III.

In 2023, Rahm enjoyed an incredible run at the start of the year. He won four times up to and including The Masters, his second Major title, and finished the year with $16,522,608 – still some way shy of Scottie Scheffler, who banked over $21m.

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Rahm was part of the winning 2023 European Ryder Cup team

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What about his off-course earnings?

It's hard to get an exact figure as we're not privy to that information, but we know he signed a lucrative deal with Callaway back in 2021. Before then, he was an ambassador for TaylorMade and Adidas, all global superpowers in golf.

Other brands he has worked with include TopGolf, Mercedes-Benz, Rolex, Travis Matthew, Blue Yonder and VistaJet.

Callaway owns TopGolf and Rahm's deal with the brand includes an equity stake in the driving range/entertainment company.

The website Celebrity Net Worth estimates Rahm's to be $100m, a figure that has taken into account his move to LIV Golf.

For more content on the Spaniard, take a look at Rahm's what's in the bag page, or who his wife Kelley Cahill is.

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