Xander Schauffele is an American golfer who mostly plays on the PGA Tour and the European Tour. Xander was in 3rd place in the PGA Money Tour 2021. The California State Amateur Champion of 2014, he turned professional in 2015. He made his debut as a member of the PGA Tour in 2017. Check Xander Schauffele Net Worth.
Schauffele was born on October 25, 1993, in San Diego, California. His real name is actually Alexander Victor Schauffele and was born to a German/French immigrant father and a Taiwanese immigrant mother.
Schauffele’s family has somehow been associated with sports. His father has been his swing coach while two of his great-grandfathers played soccer at the European competition. Two of his great-grandfathers were footballers at the European premier level.
Johann Hoffman, who played for the Austria national football team, and Richard Schauffele, who played for VFB Stuttgart. Richard also earned numerous titles in the javelin, discus, and shot-put.
Schauffele won Olympic gold at the men’s individual golf event in Japan in 2021. He is the first American to win an Olympic Gold in golf since 1900.
|Full Name||Alexander Victor Schauffele|
|Date of Birth||October 25, 1993|
|Birth Place||San Diego, California|
|Nick Name||Xander Schauffele|
|Ethnicity||German/French & Taiwanese|
|Age||28 years old|
|Height||5’10” (1.78 m)|
|Weight||79 kg (175 lb)|
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As of 2021, Xander Schauffele’s net worth is estimated to be more than $23 million. He has earned more than $23 million by playing golf only. Other sources of his income are from endorsing brands and products.
Some of the major sports brands, including Adidas, Callaway, AON, and Hyland, endorse him and might pay some hefty amount alongside PR packages.
In his first season as a member of the PGA Tour, he earned $4,312,674 in prize money. In July he won the Greenbrier Classic and, with it, $1,278,000 in prize money. Then that September he won the Tour Championship, which was worth $1,575,000 to the victor.
Winning that first playoff in 2018 had brought him $1,700,000. Losing in it the following year left him going home with a consolation prize of £1,095,000. He was also named Rookie of the Year. His career earning from the PGA Tour currently stands at $23,023,958