Sergio Garcia Net Worth, WiKi, Wife, Career and News

PGA Tour and European Tour, Sergio Garcia plays professional golf for both tours. The net worth of Sergio Garcia is $70 million.

A total of 36 international championships have been won by Garcia during his career. Players Championships from 2008 and 2017 are among them. From 2000 to 2009, he spent more than 300 weeks in the top ten of the World Golf Rankings, reaching the top ten on more than one occasion.

Over the course of 450 weeks, he has ranked among the top ten in the country. When he won the HSBC Champions tournament in 2008, he achieved his highest ranking ever. In addition to his exceptional iron play, Sergio is known for his accuracy.

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Early Life of Sergio Garcia

He was born on January 9th, 1980, in Borriol, Castilian Spain. Garcia was taught to play by his father, who himself is a professional club player. Garcia won the club championship when he was twelve years old. 

As a teenager, he became the youngest player to win the European Amateur and also won the Boys Amateur Championship in 1997 at the 1995 Turespaa Open Mediterranea, setting a record. 

The 1997 Catalan Open was his first major victory and he reached the semi-finals at the 1997 US Amateur Championship as well. His 1998 Argentine Open resulted in a second-place finish and the Pereira Iraola Cup victory. 

Facts about Sergio Garcia 

  • It has been over 450 weeks since Garcia ranked among the top 10 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
  • According to Sergio, he earns S9 million per year from endorsements. The most lucrative deal he has is with Adidas.
  • It is his most lucrative tournament, earning S5.805.529 in prize money from 21 outings.
    Currently ranked third on the European Tour, he has earned €30.867.994.96 in his career.
  • On the all-time PGA Tour earnings list, he ranks seventh with S53.206.927.
  • A profit of S4.939.606 was the highest he earned on the PGA Tour in 2013-14.
  • A second-place finish at The Open earned him $785,910 while winning the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational netted him S900.000.
  • One of his 74 attempts resulted in a major success. During the 2017 Masters, a jacket and a check worth $1.98 million were presented to the winning competitor.
  • When he won the Sanderson Farms Championship, he wore an Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M CO-AXIAL Ultra Light watch that costs $48,600. 


During the 1999 Master’s Tournament, Garcia achieved the low amateur score of his professional golf career. Having made just six professional appearances, he won the Irish Open in his debut season. 

After a confrontation with Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship, he gained international attention. As the youngest PGA Tour winner after Tiger Woods in 2002, Garcia won his first tournament at the MasterCard Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas. 

He won the Mercedes Championship the following year. Two years later, Garcia won the Buick Classic and the EDS Byron Nelson Championship. In 2005, he won his sixth PGA Tour title at the Booz Allen Classic. 

The PGA Championship was disqualified from Garcia after the third round of 2007 because he signed an incorrect scorecard. Paul Goydos lost a sudden-death playoff to Garcia for the 2008 PGA Tour Player Championship. 

European Tour

The first European Tour championship he won was in 2008. In the Official World Golf Rankings as a result of this win, he rose to third place for the first time in his career. A victory against Oliver Wilson at the 2008 HSBC Champions boosted him to the second spot in the Official World Golf Rankings, surpassing Phil Mickelson for the first time.

In 2009, Garcia finished 74th on the PGA Tour overall standings after his victory in 2008. 2014 was Garcia’s first time winning the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters. He finished second to Rory Mcllroy six months later in the 2014 Open Championship. 

It was Garcia’s victory at the 2015 Players Championship that marked his 2015 season. After three holes of play, he lost to Kevin Kisner and Rickie Fowler by completion strokes. This is Garcia’s third Masters Tournament win in 2017. 

Following his victory at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, he also won the Andalucia Valderrama Masters. After winning three titles, he was named European Golfer of the Year. During the 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi, he became the first golfer to win an event on the PGA Tour three times. 

Garcia argued with a rules official during the Wells Fargo Championship in 2020 in an attempt to find his ball. This may lead him to join the Saudi Arabia-sponsored LIV Golf Invitational Series. The 2022 season will see Garcia compete with Amer Deli in a semiprofessional doubles tournament in Austin, Texas. 


The controversy surrounded Sergio after he had a public spat with Tiger Woods in 2013. During the conflict, Garcia joked that he fed Woods fried chicken. His apology for making the racist remark came later. 

For purposely injuring the greens, he was banned from the Saudi International event for a few years afterward. Following that, he struck his caddie with his driver at the 2019 Open Championship. 

Endorsement Deals 

The endorsement agreement between Garcia and TaylorMade and Adidas lasted almost 15 years, during which Garcia and his team used TaylorMade equipment and Adidas clothing.

After leaving TaylorMade in 2018, Garcia signed with Callaway and remained with Adidas. The 2020 season will mark Garcia’s departure from Callaway after two years and his beginning as a free agent. Superstroke, BMW, Credit Suisse, Goodr, Omega Watches, and Credit Suisse are some of the brands he’s sponsored by. 

Winning as a professional 

As a professional, Garcia has won 36 titles, including: 

  • 2017 Masters Tournament
  • 2002 Mercedes Championships
  • 2004 EDS Byron Nelson Championship
  • 2004 Buick Classic
  • 2008 Players Championship
  • 2016 AT&T Byron Nelson
  • 2008 HSBC Champions
  • Qatar Master’s (2014) Commercial Bank 


  • Sir Henry Cotton
  • 1999 Rookie of the Year
  • Vardon Trophy (2008)
  • Byron Nelson Award (2008)
  • European Tour
  • 2017 Golfer of the Year 

Personal Life

Earlier this year, Garcia married Angela Akins, daughter of Marty Akins. They had two kids, Azalea and Enzo. His hometown football team, CF Borriol, is also run by him. In 2014, Garcia was invited as an honorary starter in the El Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona (El Clasico). 

Car Collection

As a car enthusiast, Sergio Garcia has numerous luxury vehicles, including the Nissan GTR, the BMW i8, the BMW M4, the BMW X5 M, and the Mercedes DTM race car. 


$9 million is Sergio Garcia’s average salary as of 2022, and his net worth is estimated at $70 million. While playing on the European Tour and PGA Tour, he earned $70 million at HSBC Champions. A successful golfer in Europe, he is considered one of the best.

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