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Byron Nelson was a golfer. Nelson died on September 26, 2006, in Roanoke, Texas, U.S.. Nelson was born on February 4, 1912, in Waxahachie, Texas, U.S.. This web page is about Byron Nelson’s net worth.
Nelson has been married to Louise Shofner Nelson, and (m. 1934-1985. Nelson turned pro in 1932, retired in 1946 and has had a total of 64 professional wins.
In the past, Nelson has played on the PGA Tour. Nelson’s wins include: 52 PGA, 5 Majors, plus 12 assorted titles. Notable wins include: 1937 Masters Tournament, 1942 Masters Tournament, 1939 U.S. Open, 1940 PGA Championship, and 1945 PGA Championship.
Nelson has won the Vardon Trophy, Associated Press Athlete of the Year, Bob Jones Award, PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award, Payne Stewart Award, and Congressional Gold Medal.
Golfers on tour can vary significantly in earnings. Top players make $5 to $10 million per year, while unknown players make much less. On average, PGA earnings are a bit less than $1 million annually, while LPGA, Euro, and other tours are slightly less lucrative.
What was golfer Byron Nelson’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Byron Nelson’s net worth at death is: $13 million