Patrick Reed's net worth is a whopping amount of $9 million, which he managed to amass as a professional golfer. He earns $1.3 million per year. He has represented the United States in Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup competitions.
He began his golf career from his University where he won the 2006 Junior British Open and qualifying for the U.S. Amateur in 2007. His notable victories are in the 2018 Masters Tournament and the 2014 WGC- Cadillac Championship.
Here are some details about Patrick Redd's source of income and earning.
Income Form PGA Tour
At the age of 20, Reed played his first PGA Tour event, the FedEx St. Jude Classic in 2011 where he missed the cut. He played in two events during that period he earned $20,000. Soon after he took participated in Nationwide Tour and received more than $5,000.
He played in 12 events in the years 2012 on the PGA Tour, where he made seven cuts with an income of $30,000. Later, in 2013, he got selected in the first top-10 player at the 2013 AT & T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. He started being a top golf player in the US and also drastically changes his net worth.
In 2014, Patrick made $1.53 million when he won the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral. He placed 5th at the Volvo World Match Play Championship. He played many championships in 2015, including the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, Valspar Championship, Hero World Challenge, and so on.
Likewise, he won the first FedEx Cup playoff event in 2016, and also played at Bethpage Black, which became his fifth victory on the PGA Tour. On April 8, 2018, he wrap up the 2018 Masters Tournament and accumulated $1.98 million. Last year in 2019, Redd won the Northern Trust at Liberty National Golf Club near New York City.
Golf Player, Reed has his own charitable organization named 'The Team Reed Foundation'. It currently works with the Greater Houston Community Foundation, to help donate time and funds to Houston communities and its residents. The organization also a proud supporter of our nation's soldiers and veterans programs.
In May 2019, Team Reed Foundation & Southern Texas PGA Foundation awarded the $10,000 scholarship to Zachary Slayton, who will be attending Colorado Christian University.
Sold Deluxe Mansion
Two-times 'World Golf Championship' winner, Patrick Redd has kept his 'Custom Pool Estate' for a sale. His house is located in Texas. The house featured 4.5 bedrooms along with 3.5 bathrooms which cover 13,080 sq.ft. He kept it on the sale for costing $4.9 million.
Expenditure on Cars
He is a car lover and also keeps some collection of cars. He expenses some amount of money for his cars. He has Lamborghini Aventador ($460,237 to $412,102), Porsche 911 ($99,200 to $122,000), and Audi Q7 ((54,950 to 60,800).