Tommy Fleetwood is an English professional golfer who competes on the European Tour. Fleetwood’s net worth is estimated to be $15 million in March 2020.
Early Life of Tommy Fleetwood
Fleetwood was born on January 19, 1991, in Southport, England. Pete Fleetwood, his father, worked as a caddy in his early career. He also has a brother named Joe Fleetwood, who is the current manager of the Hambric Sports Group.
Tommy had a successful amateur career, winning the 2009 Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship and the 2010 English Amateur Championship. He also finished second in the 2008 Amateur Championship, the 2010 New South Wales Amateur, and the 2010 Spanish Amateur.
Tommy Fleetwood Salary and Net Worth
Tommy Fleetwood’s net worth is estimated to be $15 million in 2019. In 2019, he only earned $3,420,700 from golf. In his golfing career alone, he has raised more than $21 million.
In addition to his earnings, he makes money from various brands and products. He has a Nike endorsement deal. He also advertised the BMW car on his social media accounts.
Who is Tommy Fleetwood Wife?
Tommy and Clare Craig have been married since 2017. Tommy and Clare have a son named Franklin. Meanwhile, Clare has two sons from her previous marriage to Andy Craig.
She has been Tommy’s manager since 2015, but she was previously vice-president of Hambric Europe. She is also a trustee of the Richard Burns Foundation.
Tommy Fleetwood’s Body Measurements
Tommy Fleetwood is 5 feet 11 inches tall or 1.8 m tall and weighs approximately 80 kg or 176 pounds. Its chest, arm, and waist measurements are 40 inches, 13.5 inches, and 36 inches, respectively. Meanwhile, his hair and eyes are both dark brown.
Tommy Fleetwood’s Professional Career
Tommy turned professional in 2010 after winning the English Amateur. His European Tour debut came in 2010 at the Czech Open. In September 2011, he won his first Challenge Tour title at the Kazakhstan Open, which helped him secure a spot on the European Tour for 2012.
His 2012 European Tour, on the other hand, was not going well. One year later, he won his first European Tour title at the Johnnie Walker Championship in Gleneagles.
2017 was Fleetwood’s most successful year. In January, he won his second European Tour event, the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, as well as the WGC-Mexico Championship. In June, he placed fourth in the United States. The Open de France was inaugurated and won a month later. In the same year, his ranking rose from 99th to 20th in the world.
Fleetwood won the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in 2018. So far, the English have yet to win a major championship.