Tommy Fleetwood is a professional English golfer who regularly plays on the PGA and European tours. He had a successful amateur career, winning championships such as the Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship and the English Amateur.
Fleetwood won his first European Tour title in 2013 and has since won several tournaments, including the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship in 2017 and 2018.
About Tommy Fleetwood
Born in the charming coastal town of Southport, England, on January 19, 1991, Tommy Fleetwood’s journey to golf stardom was destined to unfold. Southport, known for its pristine courses, provided an idyllic backdrop for the budding golfer’s formative years.
Tommy’s passion for golf ignited at a tender age, swinging clubs at the Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa, where his father worked. As he honed his skills, he pursued a well-rounded education at the local Kew Woods Primary School, followed by Birkdale High School and then the Myerscough College. At the esteemed college, Fleetwood dedicated himself to studying golf, a testament to his unwavering commitment to the sport.
Fleetwood had an incredible amateur career, winning the Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship in 2009, and the English Amateur in 2010. He also earned second-place finishes in the Amateur Championship in 2008, the New South Wales Amateur in 2010, and the Spanish Amateur in 2010.
In 2010, Fleetwood made his debut on the European Tour at the Czech Open, finishing tied for 67th. He went on to win his first Challenge Tour event, the Kazakhstan Open, in September 2011, which secured his place on the European Tour for 2012.
Fleetwood earned his first European Tour title in 2013 when he won the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles in a three-man sudden-death playoff. He continued to impress throughout the years, rising from 99th to 20th in the world rankings by the end of 2017.
Fleetwood’s most successful year was in 2017 when he won his second European Tour Tournament, the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, and finished fourth in the US Open. He secured a spot in the FedEx Cup Playoffs for the third time in 2020.
In the 2021-22 season, Fleetwood finished T4 at the Genesis Scottish Open and T5 at the PGA Championships, cementing his place as one of the top golfers in the world.
Tommy Fleetwood’s Quick Facts
|Full Name||Thomas Paul Fleetwood|
|Marital Status||In a Relationship|
|Father name||Pete Fleetwood|
|Net Worth||$15 million|
|Birthplace||Southport, Merseyside, England|
Tommy Fleetwood’s Net Worth, Salary, and Earnings
Tommy Fleetwood’s net worth has been estimated to be $15 million in 2023. He has amassed this wealth through his golfing career, having made a total of $19,970,647 in prize money. Additionally, the golfer has endorsement deals with big brands such as Nike, TaylorMade, BMW, and Tag Heuer, which provide him with a substantial source of income. In the 2021-22 season alone, he earned over $2.22 million.
Fleetwood first made his mark on the European Tour after securing his spot by winning the Kazakhstan Open in 2011. Following this, he won his first European Tour title at the Johnnie Walker Championship in 2013. He continued to excel, winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in 2017, and the Open de France a month later. In the same year, he also finished second in the WGC-Mexico Championship and fourth in the US Open.
Fleetwood has been sponsored by multiple big brands throughout his career, including TaylorMade, Nike, BMW, and Tag Heuer. He is additionally sponsored by Titleist, Ping, and Callaway Golf. Last year, Tag Heuer listed Fleetwood as one of their brand ambassadors.
Fleetwood has earned a total of $19,970,647 in his golfing career, with $7,037,318 coming from prize money on the PGA Tour. In 2021-22 season, he garnered over $2.22 million.
European Tour Wins
|Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of Victory|
|25 Aug 2013||Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles||−18 (68-65-67-70=270)||Playoff|
|22 Jan 2017||Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship||−17 (67-67-70-67=271)||1 stroke|
|2-Jul-17||HNA Open de France||−12 (67-68-71-66=272)||1 stroke|
|21 Jan 2018||Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship (2)||−22 (66-68-67-65=266)||2 strokes|
|17 Nov 2019||Nedbank Golf Challenge1||−12 (69-69-73-65=276)||Playoff|
European Tour: 2022
|Driving Accuracy (%)||57.35||53.62||41|
|Driving Distance (Yards)||301.94||299.74||68|
|Greens in Regulation (%)||67.50||65.10||44|
|Putts Per Gir||1.77||1.69||139|
|Average Putts Per Round||29.25||29.09||96|
|Sand Saves (% / Total Save attempts)||50.00||53.67||112|
PGA Tour: 2021-22 Season
|DRIVING ACCURACY PERCENTAGE||59.22%||122|
|GREENS IN REGULATION PERCENTAGE||64.32%||151|
|EAGLES (HOLES PER)||187.2||107|
|SAND SAVE PERCENTAGE||62.50%||10|
|FEDEXCUP REGULAR SEASON POINTS||631||58|
|OFFICIAL WORLD GOLF RANKING||2.87||35|
Wife and Family
Fleetwood is married to Clare Fleetwood, who hails from Manchester, England. The couple tied the knot in 2017 and has a son named Franklin together.
Tommy Fleetwood is 32 years old (as of 2023).
Tommy Fleetwood’s height is 1.88 m.