Jon Rahm’s 2023 earnings: Discover the Spanish golfer’s income last year.


Jon Rahm 2023 earnings: How much money did the Spanish golfer make last year?

Jon Rahm 2023 Earnings: Summary


– Jon Rahm’s 2023 season earnings were estimated to be $15 million

– He signed a massive contract with LIV Golf, potentially earning him over $500 million

Key Points:

As of December 2023, Jon Rahm’s season earnings were estimated to be $15 million. The Basque has earned around $71 million in his PGA TOUR golf career up to this moment.

In 2023, the world of men’s professional golf saw a significant transformation as LIV Golf’s financial might and the PGA Tour’s attempts to compete with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund reshaped the sport. Amidst this fierce competition, Jon Rahm, a Spanish golfer, emerged as the second highest-paid athlete in the world that year.

Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund offered Rahm a massive sum of money to join LIV Golf, succeeding in enticing him away from the PGA Tour. Estimates put his signing bonus at an astounding $400 million to $600 million, with $302 million paid upfront. If accurate, Rahm, at 29 years old, would be among the elite group of athletes earning more than $500 million in their careers.

Furthermore, if the reports about Rahm’s signing bonus are accurate, he would be the highest-paid athlete in the world in 2023. While at the PGA, Rahm won 11 PGA Tour events, including the Masters in 2023. His earnings from the PGA Tour alone were estimated at $70,504,383, with $14,575,341 earned in the 2023 season alone. With his colossal signing bonus, Rahm’s wealth would skyrocket, making him one of the wealthiest athletes in the world.

About the Author:

Svetozar Pavlović grew up in ex-Yugoslavia and developed a love for sports. He played tennis and water polo before discovering rowing. Pavlović has worked as a journalist at the Olympic Channel, DAZN, TVE, and Diario AS English team. He has a great interest in US professional sports and enjoys writing about the impact of sports on society.