Ben Crenshaw Net Worth

Ben Crenshaw Net Worth 2024: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Ben Crenshaw net worth is
$15 Million

Ben Crenshaw Wiki Biography

Ben Daniel Crenshaw, born on the 11th of January 1952, is an American professional golfer famously known for his wins in the 1984 and 1995 Masters Tournament, and for leading the United States team to victory in the Ryder Cup in 1999.

So how much is Crenshaw’s net worth? As of early 2016, it is reported by authoritative sources to be $15 million gained mostly from his long career in playing golf and his projects in restoring and building golf courses.

Ben Crenshaw Net Worth $15 Million

Crenshaw started playing golf at an early age. A native of Austin, Texas, he attended Austin High School, where he played various sports including basketball, baseball and even American Football, but golf has always been the sport that he was most passionate about. In his last year in high school he placed 32nd in the U.S. Open, making him one of the best players at the age of 18.

In college, he studied of course but also played for the University of Texas in 1970. During his university years, he won the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championships in three consecutive years, spanning from 1971 to 1973 and even placed twenty-seventh at the U.S. Open. His achievements decided him to turn pro in 1973.

Crenshaw immediately wowed the world of golf when he won the San Antonio-Texas Open, his first professional tournament, making him one of the few golfers who won the first major event of their career. After his first win, Crenshaw went on to won various tournaments and other competitions, increasing his fame and net worth.

Some of Crenshaw’s most memorable and major victories were in 1984 when he won The Masters, and eventually followed by another dramatic win in the same tournament in 1995, as days after the death of his friend and mentor, the legendary Harvey Penick, Crenshaw pulled himself together and became the champion of the 1995 Masters.

In 1999, Crenshaw was once again put in the limelight for leading Team U.S.A. in a momentous win in the Ryder Cup. Despite falling far behind during the competition, on the last day of the event Crenshaw recovered the perfect line up and helped win the tournament, creating one of the most dramatic comebacks in golf history. All in all, Crenshaw won 19 PGA tours and 2 Masters, establishing him as one of the greatest players of the sport and significantly increasing his net worth.

Aside from playing golf, to add to his wealth Crenshaw also builds and restores golf courses. Together with his partner Bill Coore, they started the firm Coore & Crenshaw in 1986, working on some of the best courses in America. They have restored golf courses like Houston Country Club and Brook Hollow Country Club to name just two. They also built the following courses – The Plantation Club in Hawaii, Friars Head in New York, Bandon Dunes complex in Oregon, and The Sand Hills Golf Club in Nebraska.

In terms of his personal life, Crenshaw was married to Polly from 1975-85, and has been married to Julie Ann Forest since 1985. Together, they have 3 children, Katherine Vail, Claire Susan and Anna Riley.

Full NameBen Crenshaw
Net Worth$15 Million
Date Of BirthJanuary 11, 1952
Place Of BirthAustin, Texas, USA
ProfessionAmerican Professional Golfer
EducationUniversity of Texas at Austin
SpousePolly, Julie Ann Forest (m. 1985)
ChildrenClaire Susan, Anna Riley, Katherine Vail
ParentsCharles Edward Crenshaw IV, Pearl Johnson Crenshaw
AwardsMasters Tournament (1984,1995), Ryder Cup (1999),
1Professional golfer. Inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2002.


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