Nick Taylor Net Worth 2023: Career Earnings And Salary Explored

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Nick Taylor, the man who made history with a 72-foot putt to win the 2023 RBC Canadian Open in a fourth playoff hole, has an estimated net worth of around $5 million as of May 2024.

Born on April 4, 1988, Nick is a Canadian professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour, where he has won three times.

In a historical moment that reverberated nationwide, Taylor etched his name into the annals of Canadian sports history.

Nick Taylor
Nick Taylor (Source: Golf Digest)

After an exceptional display of skill, and determination, Taylor emerged as the victor at the prestigious Canadian Open, marking the first time in an incredible 69 years that a Canadian had claimed this coveted title.

I’m speechless. This is for all the guys that are here. This is for my family at home. … I’m very speechless. This is the most incredible feeling ever,” said Nick moments after sinking the putt.

Net Worth & Career Earnings

As of 2024, Nick Taylor has an estimated net worth of around $5 million. Practically all his wealth can be attributed to his super successful career in golf.

Aside from his regular golf payouts, the Canadian national has also earned well from his brand deals. 

Spotrac estimates his career earning to be around $12.39 million. Just in 2023, he made around $4.05 million, and this does not even include his earning from his most recent victory at RBC Canadian Open.

Taylor defeated Tommy Fleetwood in a playoff Sunday to win the RBC Canadian Open, becoming the first Canadian to win the event since 1954. 

He took home a colossal $1.62 million, while Fleetwood made $981,000.

Nick Taylor Career Earning Breakdown

Year Official Payouts Earnings 2023
2023 $5.677 Million $5.677 Million
2022 $832,637 $832,637
2021 $862,159 $862,159
2020 $1.89 Million $2.06 Million

RBC Canadian Open Celebration Controversy

In a moment of pure triumph, Adam Hadwin, a friend and fellow Canadian golfer, couldn’t contain his excitement as he sought to join in the celebration with Nick Taylor, who had just emerged victorious at the revered RBC Canadian Open.

However, amidst the excitement on the green of Oakdale Golf and Country Club in Toronto, one security officer stood in Hadwin’s path.

With a bottle of Champagne in hand, Hadwin found himself suddenly tackled by the resolute security officer.

In fairness to the guard, tasked with ensuring the safety and order of the event, his instinctive response was understandable.

From his perspective, he saw an individual rushing toward the triumphant golfer, and his duty compelled him to intervene swiftly.

Hadwin had been watching the climactic final holes alongside fellow Canadians, esteemed golfers Mike Weir and Corey Conners.

Eager to commemorate Taylor’s historic achievement, which marked the end of a prolonged drought for Canadian golf at the tournament since 1954, Hadwin’s intentions were purely rooted in shared joy and national unity.

Pranaya Poudel
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