Sergio Garcia Net Worth

Sergio Garcia is a Spanish professional golfer who has played for the European Tour, PGA Tour, and LIV Golf. The 42-year-old has one major title, the 2017 Master. His net worth is $70 million. Here we highlight Sergio Garcia’s net worth, salary, earnings, biography, wife, and more.

About Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia Fernandez was born on 9 January 1980 in Borriol, Castellón, Spain. He turned professional in 1999. The Spanish golfer has 11 wins on the PGA Tour and 16 on the European Tour.

Sergio Garcia’s first European Tour title came in 1999 at Murphy’s Irish Open. He won his first PGA Tour title in 2001 at the MasterCard Colonial.

Nicknamed “El Niño,” Sergio Garcia’s biggest title came in 2017, his only major. He won the 2017 Masters major at the Augusta National Golf Club. He scored a 9-under-par to play the sudden-death playoff against Justin Rose to win the Green Jacket.

Sergio finished runner-up at the PGA Championship twice, in 1999 and 2008. He also finished runner-up twice in the Open Championship, in 2007 and 2014. His best result (T3) in the U.S. Open came in 2005. Garcia won the Players Championship once, in 2008 in a playoff against Paul Goydos.

In 2017, the year when Garcia won his only major, he was named the European Tour Golfer of the Year. Sergio Garcia played in the Ryder Cup 10 times. He holds the record for scoring the most points (28.5) for Team Europe.

Sergio Garcia played in the 2021 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits, Wisconsin. Team Europe lost 9-19 to Team U.S. In 2022, Sergio Garcia joined LIV Golf and was suspended from the PGA Tour.

Sergio Garcia’s Net Worth and Earnings

One of the most successful European golfers, Sergio Garcia’s net worth is $70 million as of 2024. The 42-year-old is the winner of the 2017 Masters. He earns a lucrative amount from endorsements and sponsorship deals.

Sergio Garcia has 11 wins on the PGA Tour and 16 on the European. He has more than €30 million in career earnings on the European tour, ranking 3rd on the all-time money list, only behind Rory McIlory and Tommy Fleetwood. Much of Garcia’s earnings on this list are co-sanctioned events with the PGA Tour.

Sergio Garcia has more than $53 million in career earnings on the PGA Tour, ranking 9th in the all-time money list.

The Spanish golfer pocketed a $1,980,000 winner’s share for winning the 2017 Masters major. He won $460,000 for finishing T2 in the 2014 Open Championship. For finishing T2 at the 2008 PGA Championship, he won $660,000.

He received a $1,710,000 winner’s share for winning the 2007 Players Championship. Sergio Garcia is also the Chairman of the Football club Borriol.


Sergio Garcia earns a significant amount from endorsements and sponsorship deals. TaylorMade, Adidas, and Superstroke are among his sponsors. He was also endorsed by Callaway. The Spaniard is also endorsed by watchmaker Omega and BMW.

Personal Details

Full NameSergio Garcia Fernandez
NicknameEl Nino
Born9 January 1980
BirthplaceBorriol, Castellón, Spain
Current TourLIV Golf and European Tour 
PGA Tour Wins11
European Tour Wins 16
Major Title1 (Masters in 2017)
Net Worth$70 million
Highest Ranking 2
Relationship Married
SpouseAngela Akins
Wife’s Insta@theangelaakins
Instagram @thesergiogarcia


The 32-year-old Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia’s gorgeous wife is Angela Akins. Angela was a reporter and presenter for the Golf Channel. El Nino met with his stunning lady and married her in 2017.

Sergio Garcia Wife
Angela Akins

The couple is blessed with a daughter and a son – Azalea and Enzo. Sergio owns houses in Austin (Texas), Orlando (Florida), and Borriol.


Sergio Garcia is one of the most successful golfers on the European Tour. He has won 11 PGA Tour titles and 16 European Tour titles, including a major in the 2017 Masters. The 42-year-old Spaniard’s net worth is $70 million. His wife is the gorgeous Golf Channel presenter Angela Akins.

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