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Stephen Ames Net Worth 2022 – Earnings, Salary and Income

Stephen Ames is one of the famous name that was used to be on the top before 2015. But due to his poor performance, he had to go out of the PGA Tour and yet not entered again.

However, his overall net worth is yet amazing and might can amaze you too. Let’s check out his earnings reports as of 2022.

Stephen Ames Net Worth

Stephen Ames

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Stephen Ames estimated net worth is $22 million as of 2022. In 2021, he had around $20 million as of some reports.

But his latest earnings through his different sources have helped him increase his overall wealth.

In season 2006, Ames made around $2,395,155 in the PGA Tour in total of 22 events played by him. This was a great earning that came to him after a few years.

Otherwise, Ames was just earning below the $2 million mark.

In season 2007, Ames made a total of $2,103,426 in the PGA Tour, which was yet a little close to his previous season’s earnings. In fact, again in the next season, he ended up earning $2,285,707 on the Tour.

Yet, Ames was moving around the $2.2 million mark.

Surprisingly, Ames again had something similar to his previous seasons, as he earned $2,131,538 in the 2009 season. The next year resulted in poor for him. He only earned $916,527 in the year 2010.

Since the year 2010, Ames had a poor performance in the PGA Tour, which finally resulted in his removal from the PGA Tour after season 2014-15. In the last season, he had only made $7,613 in the Tour.

His total PGA Tour winning prize comes to around $19.7 million as of 2022. Further, he has also earned from the PGA Tour Champions, where he has yet to make around $1.2 million.

If we talk about his annual salary, it would be around $2 minion as he is no more in the PGA Tour. He is now playing in the PGA Tour Champions.

Stephen Ames Net Worth & Earning Reports
Name Stephen Ames
Net Worth (2022) $22 Million
Net Worth (2021) $20 Million
Salary (Yearly) $2 Million
PGA Tour Earnings $19.7 Million

Stephen Ames Earning Sources

Most of Stephen Ames’ earnings come from his professional golf winnings. Since turning pro in 1987, he has amassed over $20 million in prize money, which is a huge for any Canadian golfer.

In addition to his winnings, Ames also earns money through endorsements. He has had deals with companies like Adidas, Callaway, and Rolex.

These deals are usually worth six figures per year.

Ames also earns money from his Stephen Ames Foundation, which raises money for charities such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Stollery Children’s Hospital.

Lastly, Ames earns income from his Vintage Chophouse steakhouse in Calgary.

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Who is Stephen Ames?

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Stephen Ames is a professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour Champions. He was born in San Fernando, Trinidad, and Tobago, and now resides in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Stephen Ames has won nine PGA Tour events throughout his career. In 2006, he was inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame.

At all, Ames has about 6 professional victories, including 1 Player Championship, that he won in 2006.

Besides this, he won Cialis Western Open in 2004 and the Children’s Miracle Network Classic in 2007 as well as in 2009.

Also, Ames has two Europen Tour Wins and one Ben Hogan Tour Win. He has finished 3 top-10 in the US, Open, in 2004, 2007, and 2009.

Let’s check out his complete biography below and know the journey of his success.

Early Life of Stephen Ames

Stephen Ames was born on 28 April 1964 in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago. His grandmother was a two-time champion from Trinidad and Tobago.

Ames grew up on the Petrotrin employee housing (then known as Trintoc) in Pointe-à-Pierre. He learned to play golf at Pointe-à-Pierre Golf Club, which is located on the Petrotrin staff club grounds.

Ames’ golfing skill was nurtured early on by his father, Michael, and support and discipline from him.

In 1980, at the age of 16 years old, he established the course record at Sandy Lane in Barbados with a six-under-par total of 66.

Stephen Ames Career

Ames was a Florida high school golf champion who won a scholarship to the College of Boca Raton in 1987 and turned pro that year, but he remained unsuccessful on the PGA Tour for years due to a neck problem.

In 1991, he captured his first professional title in the United States (the Ben Hogan Pensacola Open) on the Ben Hogan Tour.

Ames tried his hand at European Tour Qualifying School in 1992 and was successful. He spent five years on the European Tour, performing consistently, finishing inside the top 80 each year, with a best of 13th in 1996.

He boasts six European Tour victories, as well as the 1994 Open V33 Grand Lyon in France and the 1996 Benson & Hedges International Open in England.

Ames ended third at the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament in 1997 to attain exempt status for the 1998 season.

Ames was unable to compete on the PGA Tour for almost six months due to visa issues in 1999.

He didn’t break into the top 40 in his first six seasons on tour. He came runner-up to Craig Perks at The Players Championship in 2002, his highest finish.

In 2004, he won his first PGA Tour title at the Cialis Western Open, which was attended by many of the world’s best professionals, including Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, and Davis Love III.

That year, he climbed to 20th in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Stephen Ames Career: 2005

In 2005, Stephen Ames founded the Stephen Ames Cup, a Ryder Cup-style challenge on a worldwide scale. Team Canada from CJGA competes against Team Trinidad & Tobago for the title.

He co-hosts an annual charity golf event for youngsters hosted by MP Jim Prentice, and operates a steakhouse in Calgary called the Vintage Chophouse.

After Ames’ remark: “Anything can happen, especially where (Tiger Woods’) hitting the ball,” Woods crushed him 9 and 8 in February 2006 at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at La Costa, California; in an 18-hole match play event, a player may lose up to 10 and 8.

On March 26, however, Ames reclaimed his record with a win at The Players Championship at the TPC Sawgrass.

Ames beat out 48 of the top 50 players in the world (including Woods), recording a six-stroke win over World No. 3 Retief Goosen, making him the second-oldest champion in championship history.

Ames surpassed $10 million in career earnings and rose 37 places to 27th place in the Official World Golf Ranking with his victory.

After 2007 PGA Championship

In the 2007 PGA Championship, Ames was in the last pair with Tiger Woods in the final round but lost his chance when he carded a 76 and finished T-12.

He picked up his third PGA Tour victory at the Children’s Miracle Network Classic in November 2007. He has been ranked among the top 25 players in the Official World Golf Ranking.

In 2009, he won for the fourth time on the PGA Tour at the Children’s Miracle Network Classic with a final-round -8 64.

Over George McNeill and Justin Leonard, he won in a three-way tiebreaker.

In August 2014, he was inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame.

On April 16, 2017, Ames won his first PGA Tour Champions victory in his 49th start at the Mitsubishi Electric Classic. In the final round, he shot a 66 to finish four strokes ahead of Bernhard Langer.

He is the third Canadian to win on the PGA Tour and the 11th golfer to do so on the three main tours run by the PGA Tour: PGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions, and Web.com Tour.

Ames went from behind in June 2021 to win his second PGA Tour Champions event, at the Principal Charity Classic.

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