Keegan Bradley’s Career Earnings 2024

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The 2011 PGA Championship winner, Keegan Bradley, was born on June 7, 1986. He attended St. John's University and between 2005 and 2008, he won nine amateur titles. After which, he turned professional and played on the NGA Hooters Tour, winning his first professional win at the 2008 Southern Dunes.


Bradley got his PGA Tour card for the 2011 season and won the HP Byron Nelson Championship in a playoff with Ryan Palmer. In the same year, he won his first major championship, the PGA Championship, defeating Jason Dufner in a three-hole playoff and becoming the first golfer to win a major with a long putt.


Next season, Bradley won the 2012 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, becoming the 11th golfer to win a major and a WGC event. To sum up his more than 15-year career, he has won a total of 12 professional wins, with six on the PGA Tour, two on the NGA Hooters and four other wins. His most recent victory came at the 2023 Travelers Championship, where he defeated Zac Blair and Brian Harman by three shots.


What are Keegan Bradley’s career earnings in 2024?

Keegan Bradley's total career earnings are estimated to be $48 million as of May 2024, including $42 million from official events, $3.7 million from unofficial events, $1.1 million from the Tour Championship Bonus and $1.2 million from the Tour Top 10, according to Spotrac.


At the 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii, he finished runner-up, earning $738,700 and finished in 11th place at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, earning $455,000. In his most recent RBC Heritage, he earned $46,200 for finishing tied for 55th place.


Bradley’s year-to-year earnings are as follows:


YearOfficial EventsUnofficial EventsTour Championship BonusTour Top 10 BonusEarnings
2009
-
$5,000
-
-
$5,000
2011
$3,758,600
$1,199,333
-
-
$4,957,933
2012
$3,910,658
$984,750
-
-
$4,895,408
2013
$3,636,813
-
-
-
$3,636,813
2014
$2,828,638
$108,500
-
-
$2,937,138
2015
$1,565,079
$492,500
-
-
$2,057,579
2016
$899,985
$150,000
-
-
$1,049,985
2017
$1,940,478
$120,000
-
-
$2,060,478
2018
$4,069,464
$248,333
-
-
$4,317,797
2019
$1,902,797
$247,000
-
-
$2,149,797
2020
$824,471
-
$105,000
-
$929,471
2021
$2,572,088
-
-
-
$2,572,088
2022
$3,623,137
-
-
-
$3,623,137
2023
$9,010,040
$152,500
$999,000
$1,200,000
$11,361,540
2024
$1,600,305
-
-
-
$1,600,305
Total
$42,142,552
$3,707,917
$1,104,000
$1,200,000
$48,154,469


What are Keegan Bradley’s career earnings in 2023?

Keegan Bradley earned $11.3 million in total during the 2023 season, most of which came from his Travelers Championship win, which earned him $3.6 million. His second highest came from winning the Zozo Championship, which took place in October 2022, making it part of the 2023 season.


His third and fourth highest were from the Tour Championship's tied 9th place and the Farmers Insurance Open's solo second place, earning $999,000 and $948,300, respectively.


Bradley’s tournament-to-tournament earnings are as follows:


Date TournamentPlaceTo ParTotal Earnings
Oct 02, 2022Sanderson Farms ChampionshipT5-13275$280,944
Oct 16, 2022ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP1-15265$1,980,000
Oct 23, 2022THE CJ CUP in South CarolinaT21-7277$119,280
Jan 08, 2023Sentry Tournament of Champions34-9283$205,000
Jan 15, 2023Sony Open in HawaiiCUT0143-
Jan 28, 2023Farmers Insurance Open2-11277$948,300
Feb 12, 2023WM Phoenix OpenT20-7277$245,000
Feb 19, 2023The Genesis InvitationalCUT0146-
Mar 05, 2023Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MastercardT10-5283$485,000
Mar 12, 2023THE PLAYERS ChampionshipCUT0148-
Mar 26, 2023World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match PlayT2800$166,000
Apr 09, 2023Masters TournamentT23-1287$187,200
Apr 16, 2023RBC HeritageT48-5279$53,400
May 07, 2023Wells Fargo ChampionshipT35-3281$99,600
May 21, 2023PGA ChampionshipT295285$90,136
Jun 04, 2023the Memorial Tournament presented by WorkdayT302290$117,250
Jun 18, 2023U.S. OpenCUT0146-
Jun 25, 2023Travelers Championship1-23257$3,600,000
Jul 02, 2023Rocket Mortgage ClassicT21-15273$99,587
Jul 23, 2023The Open ChampionshipCUT0146-
Aug 13, 2023FedEx St. Jude ChampionshipT43-4276$64,133
Aug 20, 2023BMW ChampionshipT29-2278$156,500
Aug 27, 2023TOUR ChampionshipT9-10273$999,000
Oct 22, 2023ZOZO ChampionshipT19-1279$112,710
Dec 03, 2023Hero World Challenge T13-6282$152,500


How much does Keegan Bradley make per year?

Due to the lack of a set yearly salary, professional golfers' income is determined by how well they perform at events. Thus, a set annual sum cannot be estimated, but in the 2023 season, he earned $11.3 million, and his average annual salary based on his total career earnings of $48 million is roughly $3 million as of May 2024.


When was Keegan Bradley's highest prize money in a year?

Bradley earned the highest prize money from his most recent 2023 Traveelrs Championship win, which was his sixth PGA Tour and 12th overall win, for a score of 257, under 23, over Zac Blair and Brian Harman by three shots.


Keegan Bradley’s Contract

Bradley has endorsement deals with Srixon, Flag & Anthem, Cincoro, DraftKings Reign Makers,and Cleveland Golf, as per his Instagram. He also plays with Callaway and TaylorMade clubs, though it's unclear if he has a contract with either brand.


Keegan Bradley’s Salary

Bradley’s average annual salary is estimated to be $3 million as of May 2024, based on his total career earnings of $48 million, as per Spotrac.


FAQs on Keegan Bradley

A. Yes, Keegan Bradley won the 2011 PGA Championship in a playoff against Jason Dufner. 

A. Bradley suffered a two shot penalty at the 2022 Players Championship, for replacing a ball that was at rest on the 16th green that had been moved by a wind gust, which resulted in a double-bogey 7.

A. Keegan Bradley is world No. 19, ranked by the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR) as of May 2024.

A. No, Keegan Bradley missed the cut at the 2024 Players Championship, he did miss in 2023 too. 

A. Keegan Bradley has a total of 12 professional wins, including six on the PGA Tour. 

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