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Tiger Woods Net Worth 2015

Tiger Woods net worth has been counted to be approximately $600 million. He is considered among the best golfers in the world. Tiger Woods is the second richest African American in the world, behind famous television personality Oprah Winfrey. In the year 2013, it was Tiger Woods who proved himself as one of the big splenders. According to Forbes magazine, Tiger Woods earned about $78 million in 2013. Tiger earned around $1,600,000 in spite of a legal settlement from a yacht builder company who used his name for promoting yachts without Tiger Wood’s permission. The super car Mercedes-Benz S65 has a current market value of $210,000, which Woods brought that year. Tiger Woods spent approximately $2,000,000 for his Solitude yacht.

According to Forbes, in 2014, Tiger Woods has made about $61 million with a whopping fortune. The legendary golfer has gathered $6.2 million by winning several golf tournaments last year. He also earned about $55 million from his endorsement deals as well. Currently he resides at Juliter Island, Florida as an US citizen.

Tiger Woods landed himself in a messy divorce with his wife due to his controversial extramarital relations. An interesting fact about Tiger Woods is, he is actually dropped out from Stanford University. His current agent’s name is Mark Steinberg and Tiger Woods is associated with the agency named ‘Excel Sports Management.’

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Tiger Woods Net Worth

Full name:                             Eldrick Tont “Tiger” Woods

Date of Birth:                        December 30, 1975

Tiger Woods Net Worth:  $600 Million

Tiger woods Net Worth 2015: $61.2 Million

Winnings 2015:                 $6.2 Million

Endorsements:                 $55 M

Residence:                         Jupiter Island, Florida, United States

Agent:                                   Mark Steinberg

Agency:                                Excel Sports Management   

Tiger Woods Net Worth 2015 will be obviously a good topic indeed to talk about. Let’s look over this great golfer’s incomes and expenditures.

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Tiger Woods Jets and cars:

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Tiger Woods owns the Gulfstream G550. It is the perfect business jet plane that can travel 12,000 km continuously. Gulfstream is one of the longest range business jet aircraft ever made. The plane has a carrying capacity for 16 people in its standard seating configurations.

Tiger Woods drives an Escalade, the largest vehicle in Cadillac’s recent lineup. It is a giant car and is the largest EXT version of the lineup which weighs about 5,909 pounds. He is the owner of one of the super class model cars, the Porsche Carrera GT. The 5.7 liter V10 engine of this car provides 435 pounds of torque and the super car itself weighs around 3,042 pounds. Tiger Woods recently added Lexus LS 460 Sedan in his garage which cost him around $60,000.

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Tiger Woods, the ups and downs:

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In April 1997, Tiger Woods won his first major championship after he turned professional golfer in 1996. He first won the 1997 Masters in a record-breaking performance while winning the series with 12 strokes and pocketed $486,000 as his first prize money from any match. It was just the beginning for him. Tiger Woods reached the number one golfer position by June 1997.

Tiger Woods was the most dominant force in golf all thorough the 2000s. From 1999 to 2004, Tiger Woods spent a total 264 weeks as the number one and then again from 2005 to 2010, it was him with 281 weeks at the top. Then, Woods was in his career-high winless streak of total 107 weeks, until he captured the Chevron World Challenge in December 2011.

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Tiger Woods endorsement deals:

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Tiger Woods’ biggest endorsement was signed with the global sports brand Nike. According to this deal, Woods gets paid on yearly basis between $10 million to $20 million by Nike, although there was a rumour that the deal was signed for an undisclosed amount. Besides Nike, Tiger Woods earns more than $35-$45 million on yearly basis from several others companies as his endorsement deals such as Rolex, EA Sports, and handful of some other smaller companies.

In 2009, Tiger Woods net worth was estimated around $600 million according to Forbes. But recently, the divorce settlement with his wife Elin cost him more than $110 million. Tiger Woods owns a 155 feet long pure luxury, a megayacht named ‘Privacy’, which worth around $20 million in recent market value. Tiger Woods spent as much as $55 million to build a new house in Jupiter Island, Florida.

Tiger Woods net worth is well enough for him to live in such luxury as well as his next generations.

Tiger Woods spent 17 years as a professional golfer. During this period, he has made more than $1.3 billion from endorsements and tournament winnings. As a successful golfer, he earned approximately $109 million which placed him at No. 1 spot till now on the all-time money list. Woods signed his most valuable deal with Nike which worth more than $200 million. Nike also offered the deal to another star athlete, Rory McIlroy.

Tiger Woods demanded more than $3 million last year for his appearances in a golf tournament in Turkey, where his role was to hit a ball from Europe to Asia. Woods is also well known for getting crazy “appearance fees” in any golf tournament.

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Tiger Woods net worth and his amazing achievements:

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His endorsement deal with Nike was signed in August 1996, immediately after he became professional golfer. In those days, it was one of the most valuable endorsement deals ever signed in golf history. In 1996, Tiger Woods was named ‘Sportsman of the Year’ by the famous Sports Illustrated magazine and also became the PGA Tour Rookie in that year. In April 1997, Woods marked his name as the youngest-ever winner in the PGA Masters’ tournaments.

Then Woods set another record of the fastest-ever ascend to the top and achieved No. 1 spot in Official World Golf Ranking, just two months later. He achieved the PGA Championship and finished the 1999 season with an amazing 8 wins. In 2000, Tiger Woods achieved six consecutive victories which was regarded as the longest winning streak by any golfer since 1948.

On 2007, the California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and First Lady Maria Shriver, considered his name to be inducted into the California Hall of Fame. In the same year, Tiger Woods inducted at the California Museum for History, Women and Arts in Sacramento. Woods was named “Athlete of the Decade” by the Associated Press on December 2009.

The Associated Press has selected Tiger Woods for the Male Athlete of the Year for a record four-times and Tiger is the only person in the sports history to be named Sports Illustrated‘s Sportsman of the Year more than once. During his participation in several international golf tournaments, Tiger Woods became renowned for drawing the largest TV audiences in the history of golf.

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Other Deals in Tiger Woods net worth:

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In 1996, Tiger Woods signed several endorsements with numerous reputed companies such as General Mills, American Express, Accenture, Titleist and General Motors and most notably with Nike. All these dealings he signed was shortly after his 21st birthday. After the initial contract with the global brand Nike, Woods also signed a 5- year contract extension which worth $105 million in 2000. Nike Golf is one of the fastest growing sports brands in the world with an estimated sale of $600 million annually.

Woods was chosen as the “Ultimate Endorser” by the Nike Golf. In 2000, at launching of Buick’s Rendezvous SUV, Woods was involved in every aspect at the event and the company was happy enough with the Tiger Woods’ endorsement value. It would be noted that, during 2002-2003, more than 130,000 Rendezvous vehicles were sold following Woods’ dealing.

Tiger Woods from his very childhood, actively practiced Buddhism. He has been raised as a Buddhist, till he reached the peak of the adult professional golfer. In 2000, Tiger Woods said,

“I believe in Buddhism…not every aspect, but most of it”.

He also mentioned while talking about his infidelity to his losing track of Buddhism,

“Buddhism teaches me to stop following every impulse and to learn how to restraint. Obviously, I lost track of what I was taught.”

It was all part of his speech when he attended the Lincoln Memorial at the Obama Inaugural Celebration called “We are One” in January 2009. In April 2009, Tiger Woods visited The White House for promoting the AT&T National Golf Tournament in Washington D.C.

Tiger Woods is truly a legend in golf history. He achieved such a peak in golf, that it will be hard enough to reach that level for anyone. Tiger Woods net worth will be a charming topic for all of his fans in order to look over his achievements. Hope you enjoyed the article on Tiger Woods net worth 2015.

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Top 10 Best Golf Brands in 2016

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Renowned sports brands are intimately engaged in the business of golf. They supply different tour-equipments and also endorse golf players at the higher level. Though, the players won golf tournaments with more than one brands golf clubs and balls. For instance, Tiger Woods originally played with Titleist brand when joining the PGA tour in 1996 and won four consecutive major titles from 2000 to 2001 with Titleist, before switching to Nike irons in 2002. It is apparent that players always prefer one brand to another. In fact, the one which pays them the most, soon become the best golf brands. Major golf brands endorsements play as vital earning sources for the golf players. Most of the luxury golf brands expect their players to use 12-14 clubs from their company and sport the logo on the hats and their golf bags.

Today, we’ll introduce you the top 10 best golf brands in 2016, who successfully endorse many famous players in golf. This golf brands list is very popular among the readers, so hopefully you’ll also enjoy it.

Top 10 Best Golf Brands in 2016

10. Bridgestone: Matt Kuchar

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Bridgestone company has sponsored many PGA and LPGA tours, providing different golf equipments. The company is more famous for its tires than the golf club. However, they’ve planned to advertise their brand value through players like Matt Kuchar, Davis Love and Fred Couples. Matt Kuchar is one of the top appreciators of Bridgestone as he keeps the company’s weaponry in his golf bag. Kuchar is now ranking at no. 11 and had a stellar season in 2013, which assuredly pleased the Bridgestone company.

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9. Ping: Bubba Watson

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Bubba Watson is the highest ranked golfer sponsored by Ping. The 2012 Masters golf champion, Bubba Watson is ranking no 12 right now. He is the fifth longest hitter in 2013. However, Bubba’s contract with Ping is expected to end this year. It may be the talk of the day, whether he will stay with Ping or not. The Phoenix-based company has got their money worth.

 Bubba uses following golf equipments branding Ping-

· Driver: Ping G

· 3 Wood: Ping G

· Irons: (2,4-9): Ping S55

· Putter: Ping Anser Milled Anser 1

· Wedges: Ping Glide

 8. Mizuno: Luke Donald

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Luke Donald has long been the brightest talent for Mizuno golf brand. The brand is ranked at no. 8 in our list of top 10 best golf brands in 2016. Donald signed a contract extension with Mizuno in 2013 in terms of using Mizuno irons and wedges. All these Mizuno clubs are the backbone of his steady short game in golf. In fact, Mizuno describes that the clubs are specially designed hand-in hand with Luke Donald.

Donald also promotes the company by talking it up. Upon resigning with the eminent Japanese company, Donald said,

” Mizuno is the most precise club-maker and I’m honored to represent the brand”.

Donald also visited the Mizuno plant in Hiroshima, Japan.

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7. TaylorMade: Jason Day

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Australian Golfer, Jason Day has been honored for many years by the TaylorMade brand, which is one of the most popular golf brands in the world. The combination of TaylorMade and Jason Day is always proved to be better. Jason Day used TaylorMade equipments in his WGC championship victory this year.

Here’s a complete list of Day’s winning gear:

Driver: TaylorMade M1 (10.5° with Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver 70X shaft)

Fairway Woods: TaylorMade AeroBurner (16.5° set to 14.5° with Mistubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver 80X shaft)

Irons: TaylorMade RSi 2 (2-iron), TaylorMade RSi TP (4-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold X7 shafts

Wedges: TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF (48°, 54°, 60°) with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shafts

Putter: TaylorMade Ghost Spider prototype

Ball: TaylorMade Tour Preferred X

6. Cobra: Ian Poulter

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Ian Poulter is one of Cobra’s top ranked golfers. Poulter is currently ranking at 19 in the official golf ranking . the English golfer collected much fame in professional golf. Cobra has been his official staffer for 8 long years until he announced to move on with new endorsements in 2014. The 38-year old is most likely to switch to Titleist. He has been a successful European face of Cobra Puma brand. Cobra is at no. 6 in the list of top 10 best golf brands in 2016.

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5. Srixon: Henrik Stenson

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Srixon is a famous golf brands and equipment provider to the players. Their top golf staffer is Henrik Stenson. That was really a good pick-up for Srixon as the Swedish has shown some great potentials over the years. He spent a great season in 2013, winning both the FedEx Cup and race to Dubai and moving 3rd at Official Golf ranking. He is one of the highest paid golf players in 2016. He won over $6 million in PGA and additional $10 million as the winner of FedEx Cup. Srixon will be delighted with Stenson’s recent performance.

4. Titleist: Adam Scott

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Adam Scott is the highest ranked Titleist staffer in the world right now. He was the former world no. 1 and won 29 professional tournaments all over the world. The Australian won Masters tournament in 2013 using Titleist equipments. Titleist has become the top golf brands for their advanced quality and services. The Titleist staffs, Adam is currently using is listed hereby-

· Driver: Titleist 913 D3

· 3 Wood: Titleist 910 Fd

· Utility: Titleist 712U

· Irons: Titleist Forged 680 (3–9)

· Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM4 (48 and 54 degrees), Vokey TVD-K (60 degrees)

·  Ball: Titleist ProV

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3. Callaway: Phil Mickelson

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The fifth-ranked Phil Mickelson is the Callaway Golf’s best player on staff. Callaway have signed a multi-year extension contract with Phil in 2014. According to the contract, Phil Mickelson will be playing using Callaway clubs and balls along with Callaway staff bag in golf tournaments. He first signed with Callaway in 2004 and since then, they have been integral partners. He has become company’s highest profile players, winning four major titles and many trophies afterwards.

2. Cleveland: Graeme McDowell

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Nobody is better than Graeme McDowell with Cleveland clubs in their golf bags. Cleveland is one of the popular golf brands . The company ranks at no 2 in the list of top 10 best golf brands in 2016. A multi-year contract extension was signed by McDowell in terms of using Cleveland woods and wedges. Soon, he became an ambassador that any company would be honored to have. He achieved 14 professional wins in his career including 2010 US Open.

The Cleveland roster may not be very much long, but they have a pair of very popular and famous golf players, Keegan Bradley and Graeme McDowell.

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1. Nike: Tiger Woods

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Tiger Woods has been Nike’s top ranked staffer since 1996. The Oregon-based company has already forged the “Tiger Woods” as a brand. The Nike-Woods relation is on 20 years now and the both parties are immensely beneficial during the course. Woods initially signed a five-year deal with Nike, which was worth 440 million. Nike started to generate a huge revenue with the successes of Tiger Woods. Nike’s golf division have grown basically nothing to nearly a billion USD revenue since 1997. Nike is ranked at no. 1 in our list of top 10 best golf brands in 2016. Tiger Woods’ fame was the most significant component of Nike’s golf success.

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Crowne Plaza Invitational: Adam Scott becomes world No 1 golfer at Colonial

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Adam Scott is determined as the world no 1 golfer. This time it’s not for a one-week wonder. And he prepares to play at the Crowne Plaza Invitational as the new world No 1 golfer.

Tiger Woods was the recent world no 1 golfer. Scott had missed out quite some occasions to jump above him at the top of the world ranking. Ironically he became the world’s best golfer last week.

To remain at the top of the tree, The Australian must return to action at Colonial in Texas, this week. But he knows very well that he could be one-and-out with Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar hot on his heels.

Stenson would need just a top-30 at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, if Scott misses. But if the Australian does make the weekend, Stenson will finish just around three places higher.

Matt Kuchar needs only a win at Colonial to take the top spot. But Adam Scott is determined not to end after just a week. Previously Ernie Els, Fred Couples and Tom Lehman all ended their first spells as world No 1 within just a week.

Last week he played the Byron Nelson and now he is going to play at Colonial in Fort Worth in part to be able to play as the world No 1. May be he understands now, how tight it is at the top of the rankings.

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World No 1 golfer:

“It’s quite incredible really, to sit here as the world No 1 golfer. It’s an amazing accomplishment for me “

Scott said.

“Maybe trying to take some pressure off myself and just play golf’

Scott needs to work pretty hard to stay on top. But as a part of coming here this week he must enjoy to play as the No 1 golfer in the world. After then it will be decided what happens.

American Boo Weekley is the defending champion at Colonial. But except Ben Hogan nobody had ever been successful to defend consecutive titles at the event.

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Boo Weekly believes that his form is better than last year after he finished fifth last week.

Weekley said,

“I’ve got a lot more confidence, Last year I sat out on that driving range and I probably was averaging 400 or 500 balls in the morning and in the afternoon, as I missed the cut at the Byron”

“I’m hoping maybe this week here my putter will get hot kind of like what it did last year in the middle of the round and continue on”

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time

Golf is a gentleman’s game. The game is one of the most popular around the world. Historically the game originated during Roman Empire but in the modern time its first recorded mention was made in 1457 during the reign of King James II of Scotland. The game is generally a precision club and ball sport. It is one of the few ball games that does not require a standardized playing area. Instead, Golf is played on a course, consisting of an arranged progression of either 9 or 18 holes. The game has earned very much popularity in Europe and America.

Today, golf has gained such popularity that has never been before. Now, it will be very unwise not to make a top 10 list involving best golfers of all time in history.

Best Golfers of all time:

So, let it be and check the list of ‘Top 10 best golfers of all time’.


Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, BYRON NELSON
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Byron Nelson, one of the best golfers of all time, was born in Texas, USA. His professional golf career spanned for 11 years, from 1935-1946. Byron became a legendary golfer with 52 championship winnings. ‘The Byron Nelson Championship‘ is arranged every year in Dallas to commemorate his significance. During his career, Byron grabbed 5 major championship titles and both the PGA and Masters championship two times, each one of them.

He was nicknamed ‘Lord Byron’ after the famous British poet due to his gentlemanly reputation. In 1974, Byron became a member of World Golf Hall of Fame and awarded several times which included most notably the most distinguished sportsman by United States Golf Association. The reputed golfer died in 2006. Byron Nelson has been enlisted at No. 10 in our short table of top 10 best golfers of all time.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, TOM WATSON
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Another best golfer in the history, Tom Watson from Kansas City, United States practically dominated the golf world in between 70s and 80s. Tom Watson is a multi-talented golfer who won as much as eight major championships, including 5 Open Golf Championships. As a matter of fact, Tom Watson was mentored by Byron Nelson since 1974. It’s not surprising that within a year of going under Byron’s wings, Watson won his first major golf championship.

Watson at the age of 60, participated in 2009 Open Championship, though lost at the end in a four-hole playoff. During his time, the friendly professional rivalry between him and Jack Nicklaus served to increase the popularity of golf. We have considered No. 9 spot for Tom Watson in our list of top 10 best golfers of all time.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, BOBBY JONES
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Bobby Jones was considered as the most successful amateur golfer ever in the history. He won all four major golf tournaments in his era, therefore winning the career Grand Slam. During his 7 years in golf, he won 4 US Opens and another 3 Open Championships. He was the winner of 1930 British Amateur. In addition, he won the US Amateur championship as much as five times. His successful golf career came to an end when he suddenly decided to get retired from competitive golf at only 28 years of age.

Bobby Jones is the founder of the world renowned Augusta National Golf Club Course. He was also the co-founder of the Masters tournament and even came out of his retirement to compete in it until 1948, when he had to stop owing to some serious health related issues. Bobby Jones is the No. 8 golfer in our list of top 10 best golfers of all time.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, SAM SNEAD
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Sam Snead had a pretty impressive career with the most career PGA victories (82 wins) in the history of golf. He was nicknamed ‘Slammin’ Sammy’. After serving in World War II, Sam participated in US Open and surprisingly, he never won any, though became runner-up four times in his career. Sam was a three times winner of PGA Championship as well as Masters Championship.

Sam Snead made a mark in golf history by winning the Royal Poinciana Plaza Invitational [a LPGA event], against 15 other golfers’ and became the only male golfer to have won a women’s tournament ever. The great golfer, Sam Snead is at No. 7 position in our list of top 10 best golfers of all time.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, GARY PLAYER
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Gary Player is the most successful non-American golf player in the history. The South African legendary golfer, Gary Player managed to achieve the career grand slam at 29 that has been bestowed upon only a few, namely Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. Gary Player was famously known as “Black Knight” because of the fact that he usually wore black on the golf course. During his glorious golf career, Gary Player won nine Major tournaments, six Championship tours and three Open Championships.

Gary is also a famous golf book writer. He designed more than 325 golf courses and owns a horse breeding farm, namely the Gary Player Stud Farm. The farm is internationally acclaimed for producing top-class race horses. The No. 6 spot in our list of top 10 best golfers of all time is attributed to the Great Gary Player.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, BEN HOGAN
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Ben Hogan won five of the six tournaments he participated in 1953, including three major championships. The year is a notable one in the history of PGA, which later came to be known as the ‘Hogan Slam’. Ben Hogan was considered as the most perfect golf swinger in the history. He was a very hard working player who was known to work over his swing mechanics and technique relentlessly.

Hogan is credited as the greatest striker of a golf ball in the history for the amazing swing he mastered. After winning nine major championship titles, Ben Hogan got retired from golf. He is at No. 5 in our list of top 10 best golfers of all time.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, ARNOLD PALMER
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Arnold Palmer was an unchallengeable golfer who was known to his fans as “The king”. Palmer made huge in sports served to change the perception of golf being an elite class game. Like another golf legend Jack Nicklaus, he has helped a lot in popularizing and commercializing golf worldwide.

Arnold Palmer won seven major championships in golf which includes four Masters Titles. He was awarded the PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998, although he never won a single PGA championship in his career. He also marked his name in World Golf Hall of Fame in 1974. He is at No. 4 spot in our list of top 10 best golfers of all time.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, WALTER HAGEN
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Walter Hagen is a native New Yorker and one of the most influential golfers in the world. He won 11 major championships during his glorious golf career and was hailed as a national hero by becoming the first American golfer ever to win a British Open. Hagen didn’t stop there and went on to win three more Open titles in his golf career.

Walter Hagen came from a working class family and started out as a caddy before entering the golf course as a pro-golfer. At the time, pro-golfers were looked down upon him. He was refused entry to the clubhouse at the Open Championship in 1920. Water Hagen eventually contributed to overcome the class division in golf. We have considered him to be at No. 3 in our list of top 10 best golfers of all time.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, TIGER WOODS
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It seems quite unbelievable for sport like golf (hardly popular in Asia) to bring in a lot of money in the bank, but the perception is changed if we see Tiger Woods who has been one of the highest paid athlete in the world for several years.

Tiger Woods is a legendary golfer who broke a number of golf records. He held the No. 1 ranking longer than any other golfer in the history. Tiger Woods was awarded the ‘PGA Player of the Year’ for a record 11 times and also honored with the Byron Nelson Award for lowest adjusted scoring that averages a record 8 times.

Woods has won a total of 14 professional major golf championships and 79 PGA Tour events in his splendid golf career. He has won more career PGA Tours and more career majors than any other active golfer in recent days. He is the youngest player to achieve the career Grand Slam title which he attained a record three times. He is the only golfer to win both the Silver Medal and The Gold Medal at the Open Championship of golf. Many may disagree, but Tiger Woods is at No. 2 in our list of top 10 best golfers of all time.

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Top 10 Best Golfers of all time, Jack Nicklaus
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Here it is, the No. 1 in our best golfers of all-time list is Jack Nicklaus. He was nicknamed as ‘The Golden Bear’. Jack is indeed the best golfers of all time in golf history. Let’s take a look at his incredible records.

In his career, he has a record 73 victories which include 18 major championships and 6 Masters. His glorious career spanned over 23 years and he made himself as the most accomplished golfer ever. Nick has completed the career Grand Slam a record 4 times. How incredible it is!

Off-the-course Nicklaus is also known for his charitable work. He also authored several books based on golf. Finally, he is man we are look for, the best of all, the greatest golfer in the history.

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