David Toms Net Worth

David Toms Net Worth : $35 Million

Profile

An American Professional Golfer

David Toms Annual Income

$9,984 (As of 31 May, 2018)

Nationality

American

Source of Wealth

Golf

Years of Experience

29 Years (approximately)

Date of Birth

January 4, 1967

Education

Attended Louisiana State University

Marital Status

Married

Children

2

David Toms Total Net Worth

David Toms is a professional golfer mostly playing for the PGA Tour, with a net worth of $35 million. To his credits, he has 13 winning titles of PGA Tour. For a continuous period between 2001 and 2006, he was ranked among the top ten players in the Official World Golf Rankings while being ranked at the fifth position in 2002 and 2003. In 2011, he was honoured with the Payne Stewart Award for his respect for golf as well as for his sportsmanlike attitude. Toms was born on January 4, 1967, in Louisiana.

Business Investments

Like other golf players, David also owns the golf course designing business. The first golf course designed by him was ‘Carter Plantation’, located in Springfield, Louisiana. He also redesigned the University Club, Redstone Golf Club in Houston, Baton Rouge Country Club, and Palmetto Country Club in Benton.

Properties: Private Fortunes

Toms lives in a lavish house in Shreveport, northwestern Louisiana. He also possesses a home in Baton Rouge.

Career

Toms started his golf career at the Louisiana State University. He played successfully on the Nationwide Tour (earlier known as the Nike Tour). In 1996, he earned his in PGA Tour card. In 1997, at the Quad City Classic, he became the winner of his first PGA Tour event.  Since then, he has won 13 PGA Tours, as well as two Web.com Tour events. 2001 was the conspicuous year for his career as he had 3 wins and 9 top ten finishes on tour, including the PGA Championship. In 2012 U.S. Open, Toms gave his best ever performance.

Philanthropy

Toms founded a charity organization in 2003, called ‘David Toms Foundation’ in order to help those children, who are underprivileged and abused. For Hurricane Katrina relief, his foundation collected over $1.5 million.