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Gene Sarazen was a golfer. Sarazen died on May 13, 1999, in Naples, Florida. Sarazen was born on February 27, 1902, in Harrison, New York, U.S.. This web page is about Gene Sarazen’s net worth.
Sarazen turned pro in 1920 and has had a total of 49 professional wins. Sarazen has been married to Mary Sarazen and has kids (Mary Ann, Gene Jr.).
In the past, Sarazen has played on the PGA Tour. Sarazen’s wins include: 39 PGA, 7 Majors, plus 10 assorted titles. Notable wins include: 1935 Masters Tournament, 1922 U.S. Open, 1932 U.S. Open, 1932 Open Championship, 1922 PGA Championship, and 1933 PGA Championship.
Sarazen has won the PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award, Bob Jones Award, and Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year.
Pro golfers on major tours can vary dramatically in winnings. Top players earn $5 to $10 million per year, while unknown players make less. On average, PGA earnings are somewhat less than $1 million every year, while LPGA, Euro, and other tours offer less.
What was golfer Gene Sarazen’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Gene Sarazen’s net worth at death is:
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