Arnold Palmer was a golfer. Palmer died on September 25, 2016, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.. Palmer was born on September 10, 1929, in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, U.S.. This web page is about Arnold Palmer’s net worth.
Palmer attended Wake Forest College. Palmer has been married to Winifred Walzer Palmer, and Kathleen Gawthrop and has kids (2 daughters). Palmer turned pro in 1954, retired in 2006 and has had a total of 95 professional wins.
In the past, Palmer has played on the PGA Tour, and Senior PGA Tour. Palmer’s wins include: 62 PGA, 7 Majors, plus 21 assorted titles. Notable wins include: 1958 Masters Tournament, 1960 Masters Tournament, 1962 Masters Tournament, 1964 Masters Tournament, 1960 U.S. Open, 1961 Open Championship, and 1962 Open Championship.
Palmer has won the PGA Player of the Year, Vardon Trophy, Sportsman of the Year, Bob Jones Award, Old Tom Morris Award, PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award, Payne Stewart Award, and Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Professional golf players on major tours can vary heavily in earnings. Top players earn $5 to $10 million per year, while unknown players make much less. On average, PGA earnings are a bit less than $1 million per year, while LPGA, Euro, and other tours are slightly less lucrative. For instance, Palmer has earned about $100,000 on the PGA tour.
What was golfer Arnold Palmer’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Arnold Palmer’s net worth at death is: $740 million