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What is Max Homa’s net worth, salary, and brand endorsements (2024)?

John Maxwell Homa, commonly known as Max Homa, is an American professional golfer on the PGA Tour and DP World Tour. His journey in golf began with an impressive victory in the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship in 2013 during his collegiate tenure. His professional achievements include an impressive tally of six wins on the PGA Tour. Born in the city of Burbank, California, Homa attended the Santa Clarita Valley at Valencia High School. He was a four-time first-team All-Foothill League selection and earned the MVP in 2009 Foothill League, graduating in 2009.

He completed his higher education at the University of California, Berkeley. There, he not only was an academic student majoring in Consumer Behavior but also a star in their golf program. In his junior year, he was acknowledged as a third-team PING Division I All-American and selected for the second-team All-Pac-12. His senior year concluded in a memorable win at the Pac-12 Championship with a nine-under-par 61 at the Los Angeles Country Club North Course. This victory earned him a spot on the first-team All-American and All-Nicklaus Team.

Max Homa was part of the Junior America’s Cup 2008 team representing Southern California. In 2009, he clinched the Ventura County Junior Golf Association Robinson Ranch and continued to build on his amateur status. In 2010, his rankings placed him fourth in California and within the top 100 globally, according to amateurgolf.com. He went on to win at the amateurgolf.com Silicon Valley Amateur in 2011.

Turning professional after the 2013 Walker Cup, Homa immediately created his impression on the PGA Tour, finishing T-9 at the Frys.com Open. His first professional victory came in 2014 at the BMW Charity Pro-Am on the Web.com Tour, where he won a prize of $117,000. His PGA Tour career has been distinguished by significant wins, including a $1.422 million win at the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship, which earned him a spot in the PGA Championship and the 2020 Masters Tournament.

Max Homa then secured wins at the Genesis Invitational and twice at the Fortinet Championship, including a title defense in 2022, establishing himself as one of the most prominent golfers in the world. In 2023, he claimed another victory at the Farmers Insurance Open, where he overcame a deficit with a final-round six-under-par 66 for a two-shot victory.

NAMEMax Homa
DOBNovember 19, 1990
INTERNATIONAL CAREERMasters Tournament, PGA Championship, U.S. Open, The Open Championship
HONOURS1x Farmers Insurance Open
1x Genesis Invitational
2x Wells Fargo Championship 
1x BMW Charity Pro-Am
2x Fortinet Championship
NET WORTH$5 million
SALARY PER ANNUM$3.7 million

International Career

In October 2013, Max Homa finished in a tie for ninth at the Frys.com Open, marking his first event on the PGA Tour as a professional. By December of the same year, he secured a tie for sixth at the Web.com Tour’s qualifying tournament. Fast forward to May 2014, Homa celebrated his first pro victory at the BMW Charity Pro-Am on the Web.com Tour. He edged out Jonathan Randolph by a single stroke and pocketed $117,000. His performance placed him 17th in the season’s earnings on the Web.com Tour, which qualified him for a PGA Tour card for the following season.

During the 2015 PGA season, Homa participated in 27 tournaments, made the cut in 12, and earned $380,339. However, he ranked 163rd in the FedEx Cup standings, and this led to him losing his PGA Tour card. Homa bounced back in the 2016 Web.com Tour, where he won the Rust-Oleum Championship in Ivanhoe, Illinois, coming back from a seven-stroke deficit, and once again secured his PGA Tour card for the 2016-17 season. Jumping to September 2023, Homa competed in the Ryder Cup for the US team in Italy, where the European team triumphed 16.5-11.5.

Despite the team’s loss, Homa performed well personally, recording 3 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie, including a win in his singles match on Sunday against Matt Fitzpatrick. In November 2023, Homa claimed victory at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa with a 19-under-par score, marking his first win abroad. Then in January 2024, he stunned onlookers with a massive 477-yard drive during the third round of The Sentry tournament, setting a record for the longest drive recorded by the PGA Tour’s ShotLink system since it began in 2003.

Domestic Career

In 2008, Homa was chosen to play for the Southern California team at the Junior Americas Cup. The following year, he clinched a victory at the Ventura County Junior Golf Association event at Robinson Ranch. In 2010, he made it to the US Amateur quarterfinals but was defeated by his college teammate An Byeonghun, the defending champion. By the year’s end, he was ranked 4th in California, 33rd in the US, and 78th globally. In 2011, Homa took the title at the amateurgolf.com Silicon Valley Amateur. He finished the year 8th in state rankings, 36th nationally, and 89th worldwide.

Max Homa’s Net worth

The Net worth of American professional golfer Max Homa is estimated to be over 5 million dollars. However, the exact amount is not known.

Max Homa’s Salary

The Salary of Max Homa salary is around $3.7 million.

Max Homa’s Brand Endorsements

American professional golfer Max Homa has endorsement deals/ partnerships/ sponsorships with the following brands/ companies-

  • Mastercard
  • Titleist
  • ADP
  • Fortinet
  • Wells Fargo

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