The net worth of a professional golfer is often under speculation, especially when it's someone of Brian Harman's stature. Although pinpointing an exact figure can be elusive, current estimates put Brian Harman's net worth in the ballpark of $9 million.
This figure has seen a significant surge in 2023, primarily due to his monumental triumph at the Open Championship. In a show of masterful skill, Harman's stellar performance at the Open Championship this year not only secured him the coveted title but also a handsome $3 million purse.
This isn't his first rendezvous with victory. In the past, he's tasted success at the 2014 John Deere Classic, bagging $846,000, and then again at the 2017 Wells Fargo Championship with a winning amount of $1,350,000. Not to forget, his collaborative win with Patton Kizzire in the 2018 QBE Shootout garnered both players a rewarding $422,500 each.
Harman's 2017 US Open Feat
Harman's impressive track record doesn't stop there. The 2017 US Open saw him in a commendable position, leading after the initial 54 holes. Although he concluded the tournament in the second spot, he walked away with a substantial $1,052,012.
From the commercial front, endorsements and partnerships considerably supplement Harman's earnings. A casual glance at his golf gear reveals his association with Titleist, a leading golf brand. The exception, however, is his putter, which belongs to TaylorMade's earlier collection.
Apart from this, Titleist has its stamp on every other club in his repertoire. Moreover, Harman enjoys a fruitful alliance with FootJoy. Recent sponsorships have linked him with brands such as Zero Restriction and B.Draddy. Other notable partnerships feature Colombia, GTL (Guaranteed Trust Life), and the elite aviation company, NetJets.
One of Harman's most significant affiliations has been with the freight giant, MegaCorp. Their alliance began post his victory at Wells Fargo in 2017, catalyzed by an interaction with the company's representatives. As Katie Braskett, MegaCorp’s director of marketing, reminisced in an interview with Golf.com, the bond between Harman and the MegaCorp team was almost instantaneous.
Harman, being the genuine and grounded individual he is, was on the lookout for sponsorships, and MegaCorp's CEO was more than eager to come on board. While their initial deals spanned a year, over time, the bond has only grown stronger.