During his treatment, the 15-time major winner had to learn to walk again. However, upon his release from hospital, he was able to continue rehabilitation in his luxury £41 million home in Florida, which boasts a gym and swimming cool that aided his recovery.
It’s fair to say that the American icon can afford the excess though having earned more in prize money in golf than any other player in history. According to Forbes, from tournament displays, he’s made around £99 million, and that’s without sponsorship money and bonus endorsements.
In fact, his winnings amount to less than 10% of what he’s made from his exploits in sport. He’s earned a staggering £1.375 billion overall, although that figure excludes taxes and agents’ fees.
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