Jason Day is an Australian professional golfer. He is also a PGA tour member. With his career as a golfer, Jason has gathered up many achievements. He is a former World Number 1 in the World Golf Ranking.
Jason has won the titles like Players Championship 2016, WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, 2015 PGA Championship, and many more. The American professional golfer is assumed to have grabbed up a huge net worth through his career as a golfer. Find out along us about his tremendous net worth and earnings as well as his huge assets.
As of the year 2018, Jason Day has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He has managed to earn this part of net worth through his career as a golfer. Jason was ranked 69th on the list of World’s Highest Paid Athletes 2016.
In the year 2016, Jason pocketed up the worth of $1.89 million alone by winning Players Championship. For his appearances in matches, he is paid a salary of $15.1 million as of the current research. Along with this, he also receives an extra amount of $2 million for winning a certain match. In the year 2010, Day also earned $1.1 million for winning the Byron Nelson Championship.
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In September 2016, Nike made an endorsement deal with Jason Day. After this Jason receives an amount of $10 million per year for endorsing Nike’s shoes. Alongside this, he also has made a contract with companies like Adidas, Concur, Lexus, NetJets, RBC, Rolex, TaylorMade, and Zurich. By collaborating with these brands, he sums up around $8.5 million every year resulting in his net worth rise.
Jason Day currently lives in Westerville, Ohio, US. Although much information about his residence is not publicized his house is spread in 5800 square foot and has numerous facilities like private swimming pools, huge rooms, jacuzzi and many more. He lives in the huge mansion along with his wife Ellie Harvey and two children Dash James Day and Lucy Adenil Day.
Jason also has a wide collection of cars. In September 2017, he won a brand new BMW M760i courtesy of the tournament sponsors, with BMW. Later he donated his car to the charity worth an amount of $100,000.
Asking him upon the donation he said:
"I'm going to donate that car back to help another student because I am in a fortunate position. Being able to not only impact one person but be able to impact another person's life, to be able to get them to go through college as well is huge."
He also added up
“Like I said, I'm in a fortunate position, very blessed to be able to try to bless someone elsewhere."
He also has a collection of cars like Lexus LC which is worth $92,000, Lexas LFA which is worth $37500.