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Xander Schauffele Net Worth: How Rich is the Golfer Actually?



Xander Schauffele Net Worth

Alexander Victor Schauffele, who is better known as Xander Schauffele is a 28 years old American professional golfer. He turned professional in 2015 and currently plays on the PGA Tour. Xander has won four PGA tours and one European Tour. He is currently ranked No. 7 on the Official World Golf Ranking. As of 2023, Xander Schauffele net worth is estimated to be around $14 million.

Full Name Alexander Victor Schauffele
Birth Date October 25, 1993
Birth Place San Diego, California
Profession Professional Golfer
Wife Maya Lowe
Net Worth $14 million

Early life and Amateur Career

Xander Schauffele’s real name is Alexander Victor Schauffele and was born on October 25, 1993, in San Diego, California. His father was a German/French naturalized immigrant, and his mother was a Taiwanese naturalized immigrant. He has been supported and coached by his father throughout his golf career. Xander’s two great grandfathers have played soccer at the European premier level.

Xander studied at the Scripps Ranch High School. As a part of the high school team, he competed and won the 2011 California State High School Championship. Following high school graduation, he attended the California State University Long Beach, where he played his freshman year. He was later transferred to San Diego State University, where he began his college career. Xander completed his University graduation in 2015.

In his amateur career, he won the 2014 California State Amateur Championship defeating his long-time rival, Beau Hossler. He then competed with Hossler for the 2014 Western Amateur, but, this time, Hossler won the final match in dramatic fashion. He has played in 50 tournament matches in his college year and has secured 3 wins and 4 runner-ups. Xander was ranked among the top 10 golfers on the World Amateur Golf Ranking.

Xander Schauffele Net Worth & Professional Career


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In June 2015, he turned professional and made a place at the 2015 Tour Qualifying Tournament. He finished in second place at the Southern Dunes GC. Xander eventually earned his Tour card after winning the second stage at Oak Valley GC. He played a full season on the Tour in 2016. However, he missed a PGA Tour card for 2017 after finishing 26th on the regular-season money list.

Schauffele played his first PGA Tour game at the CareerBuilder Challenge. Then he went on to compete at the 2017 U. S. Open, where he recorded a bogey-free 6 under par 66. His record-breaking shot made him the first player ever who shot a bogey-free round of 66 in the history of the U. S. Open. Following his opening 66, he finish in a tie for fifth place after a shot round of 73-70-69, which earned him an exemption into the 2018 U. S. Open.

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Xander earned his first PGA Tour win at the Greenbrier Classic on July 9, 2017. Following the victory, he subsequently earned exemptions into professional golf tournaments like the Open Championship, the PGA Championship, the 2018 Masters Tournament, and the Open Qualifying Series. He became the first rookie ever to secure a victory at the Tour Championship after he registered a win over Justin Thomas by one stroke at the 2017 Tour Championship.

In May 2018, he competed at the 2018 Players Championship and finished there at T2 with a score of 14 under par. Then he finished in second place at the 2018 Open Championship. In 2018, he began his European Tour journey as an associate member. He eventually earned the European Tour’s Order of Merit after securing a victory at the 2018 WGC-HSBC Champions. Following that, his next victory came at the Sentry Tournament of Champions on January 6, 2019.

In late 2019, he played on the U. S. team at the 2019 Presidents Cup. The U. S. team got the victory with a score of 16-14. On the other hand, his individual score on Sunday singles match against, Adam Scott was 3-2-0. He was named the unsung hero of the U. S. team by some golf media. On August 1, he won the Olympic gold medal by recording a final round score of 67. Following the victory, he became the first American to win an Olympic gold medal in golf since 1900.

Xander Schauffele’s Wife & Personal Life

Xander Schauffele and Maya Lowe

Xander Schauffele is married to Mary Lowe, whom he met while studying at University. They met each other despite studying at different colleges. Lowe studied at the University of California, San Diego while Xander studied at San Diego State University.

His wife, Mary is fluent in Japanese and is currently working as Center Manager Flex for Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest. Mary often visits Xander on his PGA tournament, and she has in fact caddied for him in the par-3 contest in August 2020. 

Xander Schauffele Net Worth

As of 2023, Xander Schauffele’s net worth is estimated to be around $14 million. He has earned a total career earnings of $23,374,408 since he turned professional in 2015.

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