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Sam Snead was a golfer. Snead died on May 23, 2002, in Hot Springs, Virginia, U.S.. Snead was born on May 27, 1912, in Ashwood, Virginia, U.S.. This web page is about Sam Snead’s net worth.
Snead has been married to Audrey Karnes Snead and has kids (Sam Jr., Terrence). Snead turned pro in 1931, retired in 1987 and has had a total of 165 professional wins.
In the past, Snead has played on the PGA Tour. Snead’s wins include: 82 PGA, 1 LPGA, 7 Majors, plus 69 assorted titles. Notable wins include: 1949 Masters Tournament, 1952 Masters Tournament, 1954 Masters Tournament, 1946 Open Championship, 1942 PGA Championship, 1949 PGA Championship, and 1951 PGA Championship.
Snead has won the PGA Player of the Year, Vardon Trophy, and PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award.
Professional golf players on tour can vary greatly in winnings. Top players bring in $5 to $10 million per year, while unknown players make significantly less. On average, PGA earnings are a bit less than $1 million annually, while LPGA, Euro, and other tours pay a bit less.
What was golfer Sam Snead’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Sam Snead’s net worth at death is: $20 million
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