Patrick Reed's Net Worth

Patrick Nathaniel Reed a.k.a. Patrick Reed is famous tennis professional from Texas, the United States. Reed turned professional in 2011 and he competes in the European Tour and the PGA Tour.

This 30-year old American golfer is best known for his victories in the 2014 WGC-Cadillac Championship and the 2018 Masters Tournament. Patrick has been synonymous with the word ‘consistent’ in the gold world.

Since turning professional back in the year 2011, Patrick Reed has won eight major championships. For winning his eight major professional championships, Reed must have accumulated a whopping net worth. How much do you think could be Patrick Reed’s net worth?

Net Worth: $9 Million
Date of Birth: August 5, 1990
Profession: Golfer
Height: 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Nationality: American

Golfer Patrick Reed’s Net Worth 2021

We already mentioned that Patrick Reed turned professional in 2011. In nearly ten years of his professional career, this American golfer must have earned a great fortune.

Golf is a rich man’s sport. And as a professional golfer for the past ten years, Reed must have found a strong foothold in the game. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Patrick Reed’s net worth is $9 million in 2021.

For his $9 million fortune, Patrick Reed has worked harder than we can imagine. He has participated in numerous golf championships over the years. As of January 2021, this American golfer has eight PGA Tour championships and three European Tour championships to his name.

In the list of All-Time Money Leaders in the golf world, Patrick Reed sits in the 31st position. His total career earnings amount to a whopping sum of $32,127,243.

This 6 feet tall American golfer has eight PGA Tour championships to his name. Obviously, he has made most of his earnings from the PGA Tour. He also generates a good sum of fortune from the European Tour and his sponsors.

Patrick Reed’s Annual Earnings

If you manage to win big golf tournaments like The Masters, The US Open, you earn a lot. Compared to the paydays from the past, the golfers these days are highly blessed. There were some big paydays in the professional career of Patrick Reed as well.

After Patrick Redd won the 2018 Master Tournament, he is yet to win a big one. For winning the 2018 Master Tournament, Patrick Reed took home an astonishing sum of $1.98 million.

Along with his sponsorship paycheck and championship paycheck, Patrick Reed takes home a big chunk annually. You would be surprised he took home a whopping sum of $11 million in 2017. According to, Patrick Reed’s annual earnings were $11 million in 2017.

Patrick Reed's Net Worth
Golfer Patrick Reed earned $11 million in 2017

In his first year as a professional golfer, this American golfer earned a mere $20 thousand. The following year, his earnings rose to as high as $300 thousand.

In 2014, Reed won the WGC-Cadillac Championship and he took home a sum of $1.53 million, his second-best payday thus far.

Patrick Reed’s Personal and Social Life

This 6 feet tall golfer weighing 91 kg was born in San Antonio, Texas. Reed was inclined towards golf since his teenage years. In 2006, Reed won the Junior Open Championship, qualifying for the 2007 US Amateur.

He attended the University High School and lead the university to the state championship in successive years, 2006 and 2007.


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Patrick grew up in a family of golfers. So, it was natural of him to end up as a professional golfer. He was born to parents, father Bill Reed and mother Jeannette Reed. He also has a younger sister named Hannah Reed.

This pro golfer aged 30 is a married man. He is married to Justine Karain since December 21, 2012. His wife, Karain has been his caddie on a few occasions. This couple has two children together, daughters named Windsor and Kessler.

Speaking of his social involvement, Patrick Reed has 137k followers on his Instagram account. He is also on Twitter and enjoys a fan base of 117.1k followers there.

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