Tony Finau Net Worth 2022: How Much Money Has the 3-Time PGA Tour Winner Earned?

Tony Finau has been a staple on the PGA Tour for eight years now. He’s racked up three wins over the course of his career (so far), and he really should have more considering he also has 10 runner-up finishes on Tour.

Finau has long been known as an uber-talented golfer who hasn’t closed the deal as much as he should’ve, but he’s still earned nearly $30 million on the course and has an impressive net worth to boot.

Tony Finau has earned nearly $30 million on the PGA Tour

For a long time, Finau was known as one of the best golfers in the world who simply didn’t know how to win. The Utah native won his first PGA Tour event at the 2016 Puerto Rico Open, then he went 144 straight starts without another victory. In start 145, Finau finally got back on the board with a thrilling win at the 2021 Northern Trust in a playoff over Cameron Smith.

Eleven months later, he secured his third career victory at the 2022 3M Open. He’ll start the fourth round of this weekend’s Rocket Mortgage Classic in a tie for the lead as he guns for his second win in a row.

The floodgates may be opening for Finau, and he has a chance to squash his label as the talented golfer who hasn’t reached his full potential.

Thanks to his prolonged success on the PGA Tour, Finau has racked up $29.4 million in on-course winnings. That makes him currently the 46th-richest golfer in PGA Tour history from an earnings perspective.

What is Tony Finau’s net worth?

Tony Finau holds the trophy after winning the 3M Open.
Tony Finau poses with the trophy after winning the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities | Stacy Revere/Getty Images

Finau may not have as many PGA Tour victories as he would like, but he’s still built up an impressive net worth for a golfer who’s never been ranked inside the top five of the Official World Golf Ranking.

As of March of 2022, Finau’s net worth sits at a whopping $13 million, per Golf Net Worth. That number will only grow if Finau continues to stack up wins and maybe mix in a major championship or two.

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