Top 10 Richest Golfers 2016

The common myth that golf is played only by rich people, it is still one of the generally played sports in the world. It holds the place as the highest paying sports these days. The amount they make every year is no less than the earning of any sports person from other sports. These golfers make more money from their promoters and endorsements. The players listed here are some of the Richest golfers 2016 in the world.

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Top 10 Richest Golfers 2016

One of the contemporary games of the world is golf and the golfers get salaried remarkably which helped them to end up rich and active. But they also make important money as winning amount from different tours. So, take a look at the world’s top 10 richest golfers 2016 players.

10. Greg Norman

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Australian Professional golfer Greg Norman participates in European Tours and PGA Tours. In 1986 and 1993, he was also the winner of the Open Championship title. He has the total increasing income of $14 million since last season and earned $14 million from endorsements. He made $17.07 million with on-course income of $78,710 and off-course income of $17 million.

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9. Ernie Els

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South African golfer was the Masters Tournament runner-up in 2000 and 2004. He made on-course $2,189,536 from his earnings and his off-course pay is $12.5 million from endorsements. He remains in the 9th place with the total accumulated net worth of $14.69 million in previous seasons.

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8. Adam Scott

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Adam Scott is an Australian golfer was the champion of the PGA’s T3 position in the year 2006. He attained 9 European Tour titles and 11 PGA Tour labels in his career. He has won the bosses competition titles in 2013. He holds the 8th position with the total acquiring about $15.64 million and made on-course, earning of $8.04 from the winnings and off-course winning of $7.6 million from endorsements.

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