Patrick Reed’s Net Worth: Earnings & Endorsements

Nicknamed Captain America, Patrick Reed is a successful professional golfer, having won the Masters in 2018 and the FedEx Cup in 2013. In his spare time, he’s involved in philanthropic work and has donated some of his winnings to charities including the Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital and the First Tee program.

So, what is Patrick Reed’s net worth? In 2023, Reed’s net worth is estimated at $9 million dollars, though his career earnings greatly eclipse this number. He’s estimated to have earned $41,419,060, a number combining endorsements, bonuses, and winnings. He added to that recently by signing with LIV Golf and earning more than $12 million.

This guide gives you a glimpse into Patrick Reed’s net worth, a quick biography, and other interesting info about the professional golfer. You can expect to see the following:

  • Patrick Reed’s net worth in 2023
  • Career earnings by year
  • Endorsement deals
  • Investment information
  • Luxuries like cars and homes
  • Career highlights and milestones
  • Information about Reed’s personal life
  • Frequently asked questions

Patrick Reed’s Net Worth in 2023 & Bio

Below is some data on Patrick Reed, including his biographical information and net worth.

Full Name Patrick Nathaniel Reed
Born 1990
Birthplace San Antonio, Texas
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 meters)
Weight 200 lbs (91 kg)
Nationality American
College University of Georgia; Augusta State University
Turned professional 2011
Professional wins 9
PGA Tour wins 9
Major championships 1 Masters Tournament 2018
Current World Ranking 49 (as of May 10, 2023)
Career Earnings $41,419,060
Net Worth $9 million

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Patrick Reed’s Career Earnings — Year-by-Year Distribution

 

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Over the years, Patrick Reed has done well enough for himself, though he may not be up there with the richest golfers in the world. Most notably, he broke $1,000,000 in a year in 2013 and has seen career-high winnings in 2016 of $6,152,075.

Year On Course Earnings Off Course Payments Total
2023 $744,000 $0 $744,000
2022 $1,560,485 $187,500 $1,747,985
2021 $4,019,044 $445,000 $4,464,044
2020 $4,250,060 $1,210,000 $5,460,060
2019 $3,593,844 $958,333 $4,552,177
2018 $5,006,267 $145,000 $5,151,267
2017 $3,055,111 $120,000 $3,175,111
2016 $5,679,575 $472,500 $6,152,075
2015 $3,490,566 $290,000 $3,880,566
2014 $4,026,076 $0 $4,026,076
2013 $1,961,519 $0 $1,961,519
2012 $302,977 $25,000 $327,977
2011 $20,058 $0 $20,058
Total $37,710,582 $3,708,478 $41,419,060

Note: Since financial records are not public information, these numbers are availed from detailed research. But to keep things fair, these numbers are a thoroughly researched estimate.

Patrick Reed’s Endorsement Deals

 

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Patrick Reed has three major endorsement deals sponsoring him: Nike Golf, Hublot, and Grindworks. The amount earned annually is kept private, but it’s estimated that he makes over $1 million annually through them.

Nike Golf

Patrick Reed signed his most recent deal with Nike Golf in 2018. He signed a head-to-toe footwear and apparel deal with the company.

Hublot

Hublot, a luxury Swiss watchmaker, invited Patrick Reed as a brand ambassador at The Woodlands Country Club in Houston, Texas in August 2017. Reed wore a Big Bang UNICO Titanium watch to the event to celebrate the deal.

Grindworks

The Japanese golf brand Grindworks signed with Reed in 2019, and he fills his bag with their clubs, including the elite Grindworks Patrick Reed Forged prototype iron clubs.

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Patrick Reed’s Investments

Beyond earning from golf, Reed also makes real estate investments. He is the proprietor of several luxurious homes.

Patrick Reed’s Luxuries: From Homes to Cars

Reed owns several luxurious homes, with one in The Woodlands, San Antonio, Palm City, and Augusta, Georgia.

After the 2018 Masters, Reed purchased a $450,000 Porsche 911 GT2 RS. However, a very similar car appeared in a salvage yard auction, striking rumors that he may have wrecked it in April of 2023.

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Total Earning Milestones for Patrick Reed

 

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Reed has achieved several major financial milestones in his career already. Here’s a look at some of the ones he’s achieved and the ones he’s getting close to.

  • $10,000 – Reed achieved the first major earning milestone in his career in 2011, his first year playing as a professional, when he made $20,058.
  • $100,000 – In 2012, just one year into his career, he met the second big milestone of earning over $100,000. This was likely in the earlier part of the year.
  • $1,000,000 – By 2013, Reed surpassed the next major milestone, achieving $1,961,519 in earnings for the year and bringing his total career earnings over $2,000,000.
  • $10,000,000 – By the end of 2015, he’d surpassed $10,000,000, a major achievement.
  • $20,000,000 – Likely in early 2018, Reed managed to rake in over $20,000,000 in total earnings in his professional career, and that number shows no signs of stopping.
  • $50,000,000 – As of 2023, Reed has not yet achieved this number, but he’s getting close. He has estimated earnings of $41,419,060 in May 2023, and if trends continue compared to previous years, he will likely surpass the $50,000,000 mark in the next handful of years.
  • $100,000,000 – Reed is not yet halfway to this major milestone. Few golfers manage to achieve over $100,000,000. This is a category for the best of the best.

Patrick Reed’s Career Highlights

 

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Patrick Reed’s career has seen its highs and lows, ranging from being removed from a golf team to leading them to victory. Most recently, he seems to be on the up-and-up, with his annual earnings well above $1 million.

Patrick Reed’s Amateur Career

Patrick Reed qualified for the US Amateur in 2007 while still in high school. His career was expected to take off, especially when he joined the collegiate golf scene at the University of Georgia in Athens. However, he was eventually removed from the team.

Reed then enrolled at Augusta State University, where he helped his team get NCAA Division I titles in both 2010 and 2011. Also, in 2010, he won the Jones Cup Individual, which was his final season as an amateur.

Patrick Reed’s PGA Career

Reed joined the professional scene in 2011 at the age of 20, but his first few years, as can be inferred by his first year’s earnings. By 2013, he won his first tournament, the Wyndham Championship, which really pushed his career into the limelight.

Since then, he’s accrued a whole slew of wins, most notably winning the Masters Tournament in 2018.

2022 marked his final season for the PGA Tour, and he has since joined LIV Golf.

Year Tournament Earnings
2011 Wyndham Championship $10,608
2011 Frys.com Open $9,450
2012 Valero Texas Open $29,915
2012 Zurich Classic of New Orleans $51,840
2012 Wells Fargo Championship $34,450
2012 Travelers Championship $14,585
2012 True South Classic $26,700
2012 Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open $39,488
2012 Frys.com Open $106,000
2012 PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament $25,000
2013 Farmers Insurance Open $25,010
2013 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am $209,625
2013 The Honda Classic $13,200
2013 Puerto Rico Open $19,911
2013 RBC Heritage $11,136
2013 Wells Fargo Championship $37,073
2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship $11,658
2013 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial $16,864
2013 FedEx St. Jude Classic $228,000
2013 Travelers Championship $76,860
2013 AT&T National $30,095
2013 John Deere Classic $143,367
2013 RBC Canadian Open $151,200
2013 Wyndham Championship $954,000
2013 Deutsche Bank Championship $15,840
2013 BMW Championship $17,680
2013 CIMB Classic $28,000
2014 Hyundai Tournament of Champions $100,250
2014 Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation $1,026,000
2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open $63,302
2014 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am $116,600
2014 World Golf Championships-Accenture Match play Championship $99,000
2014 The Honda Classic $45,400
2014 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship $1,530,000
2014 Arnold Palmer invitational presented by MasterCard $14,539
2014 RBC Heritage $15,335
2014 U.S. Open $46,803
2014 Quicken Loans National $125,125
2014 The Greenbrier Classic $44,236
2014 World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational $308,000
2014 PGA Championship $20,850
2014 Wyndham Championship $41,009
2014 The Barclays $208,000
2014 Deutsche Bank Championship $15,280
2014 BMW Championship $18,347
2014 CIMB Classic $49,700
2014 World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions $77,00
2014 Hero World Challenge $212,500
2014 Franklin Templeton Shootout $77,500
2015 Hyundai Tournament of Champions $1,140,000
2015 Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation $46,170
2015 Waste management Phoenix open $25,200
2015 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am $44,200
2015 The Honda Classic $183,762
2015 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship $83,000
2015 Valspar Championship $519,200
2015 Shell Houston Open $83,490
2015 Masters Tournament $92,833
2015 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play $85,824
2015 THE PLAYERS Championship $81,000
2015 Wells Fargo Championship $15,407
2015 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial $31,525
2015 The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide $45,880
2015 U.S. Open $156,935
2015 The Greenbrier Classic $45,560
2015 The Open Championship $95,938
2015 World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational $109,000
2015 PGA Championship $56,057
2015 The Barclays $17,573

Patrick Reed’s Personal Life

 

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Patrick Reed’s personal life is admittedly heavy in controversy. In college, he was removed from the University of Georgia golf team due was arrested for underage drinking and had further issues that warranted his being removed from the team.

In 2012, he married Justine Karain, his caddy for the qualifying rounds in La Quinta, California. After having their first child, Justine retired as his caddy, and her brother, Kessler Karain, has taken up the role.

Reed is not close to his family, apparently not having spoken to them since he married his wife. They were not invited to the wedding, and Reed has asked security to escort them out of the games.

Final Thoughts

Through the ups and downs and controversy that’s followed Reed, he still has led a fairly successful run as a professional golfer. He’s gotten impressive endorsements, accumulated more wealth than most people can dream of, and made a family for himself.

 

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