One of the leading golfers of the world, Jason was born in Beaudesert, Queensland. He is raised by his parents Alvin Day (father) and Dening Day (mother) along with his two siblings Kim and Yanna. Furthermore, Jason commenced his career from a tender age. At the age of 6, his father sent him to Beau Desert Golf Club. Thereafter, he began living to Rockhampton along with his family and began playing at the district level. At that time his father died due to stomach cancer and he became more passionate to fulfill his father’s dream.
Then Jason enrolled in Kooralbyn International School, a school that was known for its golf coaching classes. He then went to Hills International College, where he joined Golf Academy. His intentions changed suddenly when he greets Tiger Woods through his roommate. At 13, he achieved the Australian Junior title.
In 2004, Jason earned the Australian Boys Open title being the leading amateur. Before turning professional, Jason was consequently two times honored by the Australian Junior Order of Merit. Jason joined the Callaway World Junior Championship of his age group in the USA Tour. As he was an amateur player so no prize money was gifted to him.
During the first events of his career after turning professional, he won $160,000. Though Jason was not a competent player for the 2007 PGA Tour but was drafted for Nationwide Tour. Jason conquers his first title on Legend Financial Group Classed, finished up at the 5th place for prize money and enough for him to boost up his earning significantly.
Jason Day Earnings 2020:
- The Jason Day Earnings 2020 stats will release after a few months.
Jason Day Income of Last Year:
- Salary includes money of Winnings: $16 Million
- Endorsement Money: $9 Million
Jason Day Net Worth 2020:
- The Jason Day net worth 2020 is around $40 Million.
Jason Day Sponsors 2020:
He has resigned equipment contract with TaylorMade-Adidas Golf: Amount detail is not declare
- Meanwhile, Wearing of apparel and shoe deal has signed with Nike in Amount: $10 Million
No doubt, Jason’s achievement enables him to gain the PGA Tour card for the year 2008. While in 2009 PGA Tour, he finished as the runner-up for Puerto Rican Open Championship. Moreover, he was lucky enough to become the youngest ever the Australian player to win the HP Byron Nelson Classic event in 2010.
By 2010 end he was voted for Tour Championship and in due course he took the 21st position on prize money ranking. So, during this period of time, Jason’s wealth increases at an enormous rate. However, in the next four years, Jason didn’t receive any significant title.