Johnny Miller Net Worth : $20 Million
A Retired Professional Golfer and a Golf Analyst
Source of Wealth
Years of Experience
Date of Birth
April 29, 1947
Post-graduated from Brigham Young University
Johnny Miller’s Total Net Worth
Johnny Miller is a retired professional golfer, holding a fortune of $20 million. He was born on April 29, 1947, in San Francisco, California. During mid-1970’s, he was among world’s top players as he was the first golfer to shoot 63 and won 1973 U.S. Open. In 1974 and 1975, he was also ranked at the second position on Mark McCormack’s world golf rankings. He has won 25 PGA Tour events, one Japan Tour event, one European Golf Tour event, and many others. Since 1990, Miller is serving as a lead golf analyst for NBC Sports. In 1996, he was inducted in the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Miller owns a partnership of Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California.
He is also the owner of a golf designing company as well as a golf academy. His company designed the Thanksgiving Point Golf Course in Lehi, Utah.
He has designed almost 34 golf courses, and Silverado was the first golf course, designed by him. On July 2013, it was publicized that Silverado golf course will again host the upcoming PGA tournament, beginning in October 2014.
Properties: Private Fortunes
Miller owns a lavish house in the Napa Valley, California.
Apart from his successful career as a golf player and commentator, Johnny Miller also wrote columns about several aspects of golf for “Golf Digest” magazine.
He also wrote a book, named as “I Call The Shots”, which gives an insight about various PGA Tour personalities when he was at the peak of his career, and about the current stars of the Tour.
Johnny Miller initially began his golf career in the junior circuit by joining the Olympic Club, at the age of 16, in 1963. His successful career began with his victory of U.S Junior Amateur title. In 1996, he qualified for the U.S. Open. In 1969, Miller turned professional golfer and won 25 PGA Tour events along with Japan and European tour events. He was placed at the 2nd place at the Masters Tournament for 3-times. In 1977, he bagged 11th rank in the PGA Championship. In 1973 and 1976, he won the U.S. Open and the Open Championship, respectively. In 1974, Miller was honored as the PGA Player of the Year.