Denny Shute was a golfer. Shute died on May 13, 1974, in Akron, Ohio. Shute was born on October 25, 1904, in Cleveland, Ohio. This web page is about Denny Shute’s net worth.
Shute turned pro in 1928 and has had a total of 17 professional wins. Shute has been married to Hettie M. Potts Shute and has kids (1 daughter). Shute attended Case Western Reserve University.
In the past, Shute has played on the PGA Tour. Shute’s wins include: 16 PGA, 3 Majors, plus 1 assorted titles. Notable wins include: 1933 Open Championship, 1936 PGA Championship, and 1937 PGA Championship.
Professional golf players on major tours can range heavily in earnings. Top golfers make $5 to $10 million per year, while unknown players make significantly less. On average, PGA earnings are somewhat less than $1 million annually, while LPGA, Euro, and other tours are slightly less lucrative.
What was golfer Denny Shute’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Denny Shute’s net worth at death is:
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