Professional American golfer Dustin Johnson was born on June 22, 1984, in Columbia, South Carolina. Dustin Hunter Johnson is his full name. He was born to Kandee (mother) and Scott (father) and has three siblings. During childhood days, his parents divorced. Thereafter, his father grew him up along with his sister. Dustin starts taking interest in golf when he visits with her father at Mid-Carolina Club and his father was golf pro at there. During his amateur year, he played well and achieved Northeast and Monroe International Amateur.
He commenced his professional career in 2007 and got his PGA Tour Card by 2008 and finished at 14th position. He successfully won his first PGA Tour championship. By the end of his Rookie season, he won Turning Stone Resort Championship. Four months later, Dustin became the winner of AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am championship.
Dustin Johnson Earnings 2019:
- The Dustin Johnson Earnings 2019 is about $5 M (This includes his salary).
Moreover, Dustin is heavily paid by leading sponsors of all the time.
Dustin Johnson Endorsement Deals 2019:
- EA Sports
- New Era
- Myrtle Beach
- Body Armour
And TPC Myrtle Beach
- Major Sponsorship: Taylor Made
Dustin Johnson Salary 2019:
- This massive amount of Dustin Johnson salary 2019 has yet not broadcasted.
So, Dustin is making his earnings from winnings, endorsement deals and contract salary. Meanwhile, his over net worth is also depending on these income sources.
Dustin Johnson Net Worth 2019:
- The Dustin Johnson net worth 2019 is $21 M.
Tournament Prize Income = $ 24 Million
Dustin’s winnings placed him at 15th position in PGA Tour money list which positively affects his career at the end of the rookie season. In 2016, he is the winner of 2016 U.S. Open and the previous two events i.e. 2011 Open Championship and 2015 U.S. Open both of these two events were ended up in a tie. Official World Golf Ranking ranked him among the top five and in 2016 he stood at the second position after winning WGC-Bridgestone Invitational event. He is known for his longest driver’s ability on the PGA Tour.