Masters 2020: How golf stars spend their money, from mansions and super yachts to hiring chefs and fitness coaches

GOLF stars on the PGA Tour live a life of luxury from their earnings.

But what do they spend their cash on?

Well, there's fancy homes, luxury yachts and jets- and, of course, designer clobber.

While some will think about improving themselves by changing their diet or hiring a fitness coach.

Here's what the game's biggest stars are buying with their millions.


Aside from living a Florida lifestyle we all dream off – driving fast cars and owning a £41million mansion, Woods also owns a mega yacht.

Called Privacy, it's worth a whopping £15million.

Bought in 2004, it measures 6,500 sq ft and can sleep ten guests in five state rooms.

There are also four cabins that house the ship's nine crew members.

In addition to that there is a fully-equipped gym on board, a three-person elevator to get between floors, a massive eight-person Jacuzzi and a bar.

There is also a scuba station and still room on the yacht to carry three jet skis, two ocean kayaks and two Vespa scooters.


In 2017, McIlroy splashed some of his £170million fortune on an amazing £8.5million Florida home in The Bear's Club, a golf development founded by Jack Nicklaus in 1999.

The massive property stretches over 12,800 square feet and boasts seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

Amenities include a recording studio, games room, gigantic pool and a home cinema.

And the luxury property was in well-known hands before McIlroy having been previously owned by Ernie Els.


When you're the highest ranked golfer on the planet, you've got to look the part.

And of the course, Dustin makes sure he looks tip-top.

He spends thousands of pounds on designer suits, according to his agent David Winkle.

“He has probably 30 suits that each cost three, four, five thousand dollars,” Winkle divulged.

“Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, you name it.”


The British golfer is a 'Joker' literally.

Hatton, worth around £5million, wanted to upgrade his garage. So, he got himself a £164,000 Lamborghini Huracan.

It was customised by Yiannimize too and looked like something Batman's famous nemesis would drive – wrapped in purple with green brake callipers.

Hatton is now reportedly driving another car.


When you live the lifestyle of a jet set golfer like Phil Mickelson, you will never want to travel commercially again.

That's why Mickelson invested in his very own Gulfstream V worth £45million.

Able to accommodate up to 19 guests, the plane is primarily used by the US Air Force and Navy.

And it's capable of a flight range of 12,000 kilometeres.


The secret recipe for Brooks Koepka's success is his personal chef.

Michael Parker prepares fresh, clean, organic food for the four-time major champion.

Organic chicken breast with quinoa, carrots, zucchini and green power veggies are on the menu for the world number 12.

The price for Parker's services haven't been disclosed, but you can bet he won't come cheap.


One of the main changes to Bryson DeChambeau's game is his power.

The American revealed shot data last month that showed a drive carrying an astonishing 403-yards.

And that's, in part, to DeChambeau working with strength and conditioning coach Greg Roskopf.

If it helps him win the Masters, that's an investment well spent.


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