Dottie Pepper Net Worth: Salary, Income And Husband

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Dottie Pepper has a net worth of $5 million and a career earning of $6.8 million. Since her retirement as a golfer, Pepper has been working as a sports commentator. 

The two-time major champion, Dottie Pepper, brought down the curtains to her career in 2004 after 17 years at the top level. But she didn’t lose contact with the sport.

Dottie Pepper Pictured During The Signing Event Of Her Book, Letters to a Future Champion In November 2022
Dottie Pepper Pictured During The Signing Event Of Her Book, Letters to a Future Champion, In November 2022 (Source: Instagram)

She works as a walking commentator for CBS, covering PGA Tour, Masters, and PGA Championship. Pepper has also served as a PGA of America Board of Directors board member to promote junior golf.

And if that wasn’t enough, Pepper tied the knot with a golf writer, David Normoyle, in 2010. With their canine Rupert as their only child, the couple lives in Saratoga Springs.

Dottie Pepper Net Worth & Salary 

Dottie Pepper’s net worth is believed to be around $5 million. The former professional golfer is reported to have made $6.8 million as career earnings. 

Pepper began her professional career in 1988, winning 17 official events, including two major championships in 1992 and 1999, Nabisco  Dinah Shore. 

In 1992, Dottie Pepper topped the list of most earnings by a female golf player with $693,335. From 1991-2001, Dottie appeared in the top ten of the money list.

Previously, Dottie had also spoken about the pay gap in the golfing world between men and women. Last year, the US Open cash prize for the first time for the women’s tournament was set to $10 million, with the winner taking $1.8 million.

Dottie Pepper Pictured In The Green As She Promotes Her Podcast With Tyler Munds
Dottie Pepper Pictured In The Green As She Promotes Her Podcast With Tyler Munds (Source: Instagram)

During her interview, Dottie reminisced how in 1991, she and Meg Mallon were vying for a cash prize of $110,000 and said women’s golf had come far from where it used to be, but there’s still a long way to go.

After retiring from the sport in 2004, Dottie joined NBC and The Golf Channel and reported for both men’s and women’s events. After working as a commentator for eight years, Dottie retired to become a PGA of America board member. 

She returned after a year with ESPN but on a limited basis. She served as a board member until 2015 for PGA of America and NENY PGA. 

Pepper has been working as a walking reporter with CBS since 2015 and is estimated to earn a salary of $80,000. In 2021, Dottie Pepper also published a book titled Letters To A Future Champion: My Time With Mr. Pulver, which is available on Amazon for $26.15 with an audio CD.

Dottie Pepper Husband, David Normoyle 

Dottie Pepper tied the knot with her husband, David Normoyle, in May 2010. Normoyle is a golf writer and historian and resides with Dottie in Saratoga Springs, New York. 

David is a California native, completing his graduation from Maine before traveling to England to earn his post-graduate degree from Cambridge. 

The better half of Dottie Pepper, David Normoyle, worked for USGA and now runs a historical consulting business, Normoyle Historical Consulting.

With his consulting business, David has worked for the Cal Club near San Francisco, Baltusrol in New Jersey, and the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers at Muirfield, Scotland. He is a member of the Saratoga Golf and Polo Club, a nine-hole course.

On The Left: Dottie Pepper Pictured Giving Speech At Binghamton University And On Right: Her Husband David Normoyle
On The Left: Dottie Pepper, Pictured Giving Speech At Binghamton University, And On Right: Her Husband David Normoyle (Source: Instagram)

Before tying the knot with David, Dottie was previously married to Doug Mochrie and Ralph Scarinzi. 

Dottie met the former golf Doug Mochrie during a golf practice session when she was 13. The two met again when Dottie was attending Furman University, and they tied the knot in 1986. 

But their marriage didn’t last as they settled for divorce in 1995. Dottie’s second husband, Ralph Sacrinizi, served as her caddie for three years. 

She tied the knot with Ralph in 1998, but they divorced in early 2000. Pepper moved to South Florida after her second divorce and had almost lost faith in love, but that was until she met David. 

Sriyukta Pradhananga
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