Graeme McDowell Net Worth 2024

The estimated net worth of Graeme McDowell is $30 million USD.
Real Name Graeme McDowell
Net Worth 2024 $30 million USD
Birthday (Year-Month-Day) 1979-7-30
Nationality Northern Irish
Occupation Professional Golfer
Height 1.8 m or 5 ft 11 inches
Weight 76 kg or 168 pounds
Marital Status Married (Kristin Stape)
Ethnicity White
Education University of Alabama at Birmingham
Kids 2
Kids Names Wills Edson McDowell

Graeme McDowell
McDowell in November 2012
Personal information
Born (1979-07-30) 30 July 1979 (age 44)
Portrush, County Antrim Northern Ireland
Height5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight168 lb (76 kg; 12.0 st)
Sporting nationality Northern Ireland
ResidenceOrlando, Florida, U.S.
Kristin Stape
(m. 2013)
CollegeUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham
Turned professional2002
Current tour(s)European Tour
Asian Tour
LIV Golf
Former tour(s)PGA Tour
Professional wins16
Highest ranking4 (16 January 2011)[1]
Number of wins by tour
PGA Tour4
European Tour11
Asian Tour1
Best results in major championships
(wins: 1)
Masters TournamentT12: 2012
PGA ChampionshipT10: 2009
U.S. OpenWon: 2010
The Open ChampionshipT5: 2012
Achievements and awards
Haskins Award2002
European Tour
Golfer of the Year

Graeme McDowell MBE (born 30 July 1979) is a professional golfer from Northern Ireland. He has a total of eleven tournament victories on the European Tour, and four on the PGA Tour, including one major championship, the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. In 2022, he joined LIV Golf. McDowell has also represented Ireland at the World Cup and he has been a member of the European Ryder Cup team on four occasions. He has appeared in the top-10 in the Official World Golf Ranking, with a highest ranking position of 4th (January to March 2011).

Early life

McDowell was born in Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, and played with Rathmore Golf Club since he was eight or nine years old. His uncle, Uel Loughery, coached him there when he was younger. At the age of 14, McDowell played senior cup for Rathmore.[2] In his teens, he attended Coleraine Academical Institution. He then studied engineering at Queen's University in Belfast, then transferred to the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he played college golf through the spring of 2002.[3] As a senior with the Blazers in 2002, McDowell won six of twelve college events and the Haskins Award, given to the outstanding collegiate golfer in the United States.[4] He was a member of the Great Britain and Ireland team which retained the Walker Cup in 2001 at Sea Island, Georgia.

Professional career

McDowell turned professional in 2002, and won that season's Volvo Scandinavian Masters, which was only his fourth start on the European Tour.[4] That win led to McDowell being given honorary life membership at the Royal Portrush Golf Club.[4] He did not win in his second season, but in 2004 he claimed the Telecom Italia Open and finished sixth on the European Tour's Order of Merit. In 2005, he divided his time between the European and U.S. PGA Tours. McDowell was not yet a full member of the PGA Tour, but his top-50 placing in the Official World Golf Ranking ensured that he received invitations to play in many events in the United States.

McDowell managed two top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour, including a tie for second place at the Bay Hill Invitational, which enabled him to earn enough money to become fully exempt on the PGA Tour in 2006. He failed, however, to finish in the top-150 in the 2006 PGA Tour money list, and decided to return to the European Tour for 2007. In 2008, McDowell returned to the winner's enclosure by winning first the Ballantine's Championship in South Korea, and then the Barclays Scottish Open. He played in the 2008 Ryder Cup, earning 2.5 points for the European team and finished the season ranked fifth on the Order of Merit.


In June 2010, McDowell won the Celtic Manor Wales Open by three shots.[5] This was his fifth European win.[6]

2010 U.S. Open win

In June 2010, McDowell won the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, becoming the first Northern Irishman to accomplish the feat, and the first European U.S. Open winner since Tony Jacklin in 1970. McDowell was also the first player from the United Kingdom to win a major championship since Paul Lawrie won The Open Championship in 1999, and the first Northern Irishman to win a major since Fred Daly won the 1947 Open Championship.[2][4][7] McDowell was only the second European to win the U.S. Open since 1925. He rose to number 13 in the world rankings, then a career high, and became the eighth European in the top 15.[8][9] McDowell embraced his father, Kenny, on Father's Day,[6] and almost immediately called fellow golfer Rory McIlroy to joke about a possible partnership in the 2010 Ryder Cup.[10] He celebrated with a large crowd, including fellow golfer Pádraig Harrington, in the United States.[10]

There were celebrations in his native Portrush as well when news of McDowell's win broke,[2] with "the mother of all parties" planned to get underway in the town.[11] The "famous win" set off "a brand new life" for McDowell, according to The Guardian's golf correspondent, Lawrence Donegan.[6] The Daily Telegraph's Mark Reason opined: "The previous three tournaments in the United States have been won by Lee Westwood, Justin Rose [both English] and now McDowell. It's an unprecedented surge and America must feel like it is being invaded".[8] McDowell's manager, Conor Ridge, accepted bookings for American TV shows, such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, as well as a cameo role in Entourage.[10] Shortly after winning the U.S. Open, McDowell joined the PGA Tour and earned a five-year exemption for winning a major.

2010 Ryder Cup win

On Monday, 4 October 2010, McDowell was charged with putting to win on the 17th green of the 2010 Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor.[12] His was the last match of the 12 player singles, with his opponent being Hunter Mahan, to win the tournament 14.5/13.5 for Europe, and it was his 5-foot putt that was conceded to give victory to Europe.[13]

Rest of 2010

McDowell finished the 2010 season with another win at the Andalucía Valderrama Masters and was second behind Martin Kaymer in the 2010 Race to Dubai standings. On 5 December 2010, McDowell beat Tiger Woods in a playoff to win the 2010 Chevron World Challenge.[14] McDowell and Kaymer shared the European Tour Golfer of the Year award.[15] At the end of 2010, McDowell was ranked 6th in the world.[16]


McDowell had a solid but unspectacular season in 2011 where he did not record a win on either of the main tours. He finished third on four occasions, three on the European Tour and once on the PGA Tour. McDowell finished the year 16th on the European Tour's Race to Dubai, his year consisting of 17 out of 18 cuts made and five top-10 finishes.

In May 2011, McDowell was in contention to win the PGA Tour's flagship event, The Players Championship, but shot a final round 79 to end his chances. He earned over a million dollars on the PGA Tour but could only finish the year 73rd in the FedEx Cup standings.


McDowell opened up the year with a third-place finish at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship on the European Tour in January. He finished two strokes behind winner Robert Rock. In March 2012, McDowell recorded his joint best finish on the PGA Tour outside of his U.S. Open win, when he finished as runner-up, five strokes behind Tiger Woods at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. This was the second time McDowell had been a runner-up on the PGA Tour. Two weeks later, McDowell had his best performance at The Masters, when he finished in a tie for 12th. He shot a final round of 68 to jump up inside the top 15. McDowell was runner up in May 2012 at the Volvo World Match Play Championship at the Finca Cortesin Golf Club, losing the final 1 down to Belgium's Nicolas Colsaerts. In a tight match, McDowell was never more than 2 down but was never in front in the match either. After the match he admitted that the better player won and that he played poorly, shooting five over for the round. Previously in the knockout stages, McDowell had beaten Richard Finch 3&2, Sergio García on the 19th hole and Rafa Cabrera-Bello 2 up.

In June 2012, the U.S. Open returned to California, when it was held at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, less than 100 miles from Pebble Beach, the site of McDowell's 2010 U.S. Open victory. Again he was in contention after rounds of 69-72-68 on the first three days had positioned him at one under for the championship. McDowell was tied for the lead going into the final day with Jim Furyk, both playing in the final group on Sunday. The second time in three years that McDowell had featured in the final group of the U.S. Open. Despite a disappointing front nine, where he found himself four over, he made several birdies on the back nine, including one on the 17th hole to trail by one shot with one hole to play. After a good drive and approach to the green, he was faced with a 25-foot putt to tie the lead and force a playoff, but narrowly missed it to the left and had to settle for a par. This led to McDowell finishing in a tie for second place with Michael Thompson, one stroke behind the champion, Webb Simpson. The following month, at the 2012 Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes, McDowell was in contention on Sunday for the second consecutive major. He had shot rounds of 67-69-67 during the first three days to be at seven under par and trail leader Adam Scott by four strokes in second place with Brandt Snedeker. McDowell played in the final group on Sunday for the second consecutive major championship and third time overall, alongside Scott. He had a disappointing round of 75 (+5) and was never in contention for the championship all afternoon. His challenge was ended at the par five 11th, when he snap hooked his second shot into the trees left and had to take a penalty drop, costing him a bogey. He finished the championship in a tie for 5th with fellow European Luke Donald. It was however his best ever placing at The Open Championship. In December, he won the World Challenge, beating Keegan Bradley by three shots.


McDowell started the season on the PGA Tour at the Northern Trust Open, where he shot 73–72 to miss the cut. He played the following week at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship and reached the quarter-finals. It was his best ever showing at the tournament, beating Pádraig Harrington 2-up, Alex Norén in 20 holes and Shane Lowry 3&2, before losing 1-down to Jason Day in the quarter-finals.

McDowell played in The Honda Classic the week after and recorded his second consecutive top-10 with a T-9 finish. The next week he played in the final group with Tiger Woods in the WGC-Cadillac Championship and finished in a T-3 position. He missed the cut in the Masters Tournament by one stroke, bogeying the last hole. The next week he played the RBC Heritage. In the final round in stormy weather, he posted a two-under-par 69. He entered a playoff with fellow U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson. Simpson bogeyed the first hole and McDowell parred to win his first regular PGA Tour event and his first tour win since 2010.

The win moved him into 8th in the world rankings. In the 2013 Volvo World Match Play Championship, he defeated Thongchai Jaidee, 2 & 1, to win. The win moved him to the top of the Race to Dubai and 7th in the world. He missed the cut in the European Tour's flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship. In the 2013 U.S. Open he missed the cut; the event he had won in 2010. This was the first time that he had ever missed the cut in that event. In July 2013, he won the Alstom Open de France, shooting a final round of 67 to finish four shots ahead of Richard Sterne.[17]


McDowell in 2014

In 2014, McDowell continued to play on both the European Tour and PGA Tour. In the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship he made comebacks including winning the 18th in each of his first 3 matches before losing to eventual runner up Victor Dubuisson in the quarter finals.[18]

McDowell followed this up with a top-10 finish at the second World Golf Championship of the season at the Cadillac Championship,[19] before missing the cut at the first major of the year at the Masters.[20]

McDowell made the cut at the U.S. Open and came close to a maiden national open win at the Irish Open where he finished in a tie for 6th.[21]

In his next event, Alstom Open de France, he recorded his only win of the season, defending the title he won in 2013 despite going into the final round 8 shots behind Kevin Stadler.[22]

Following this McDowell continued his good form at the Open Championship with a top-10 finish,[23] and further top-10 finishes in his next two events at the RBC Canadian Open[24] and the Bridgestone Invitational.[25]

At the PGA Championship, McDowell made the cut finishing in a tie of 46th, subsequently competing in the FedEx Cup Playoffs, however he failed to progress to the year end Tour Championship finishing outside the top-30 in 56th place.[26]

McDowell qualified to represent Europe at the 2014 Ryder Cup narrowly edging Stephen Gallacher for the final place based on Official World Golf Ranking points.[27]

At the Ryder Cup, he formed a successful partnership with former opponent Victor Dubuisson with comfortable wins the afternoon foursomes on Friday[28] and Saturday.[29] In the lead match of the Sunday singles, McDowell recovered from being 3 down to Jordan Spieth to win 2&1.[30] With these wins Europe won the Ryder Cup.

McDowell subsequently competed in the Race to Dubai Final Series events on the European Tour including a tie for third in the HSBC Champions.[31] McDowell finished 14th in the Race to Dubai rankings on the European Tour in 2014.[32]


McDowell endured one of his worst years as a professional during the 2015 season. In fifteen events on the PGA Tour, McDowell made only eight cuts, with just one top five finish, coming in his first tournament of the year.

In this tournament, the WGC-HSBC Champions, he held the 18, 36 and 54 hole leads and began Sunday with a one stroke lead. He shot a final round of 73 and missed a birdie putt on the final hole, which would have earned him a place in the playoff. He finished the 2015 season at 160th in the FedEx Cup standings and was the first time he had missed out on qualifying for the playoffs since 2010.

In November 2015, McDowell won his third PGA Tour title at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. He prevailed in a sudden death playoff over Jason Bohn and Russell Knox during a Monday finish to the tournament. He won with a birdie on the first extra hole after his five iron approach grazed the edge of the cup and left him with three-foot birdie putt. Knox then could only up and down for par, whilst Bohn missed an 18-foot birdie putt to extend the playoff. McDowell said afterwards that the win came at the end of a real grind in what was one of his worst calendar years as a professional.[33]


In the 2015–16 PGA Tour season, McDowell won $2,596,170 and finished 27th in the season-long FedEx Cup race.


In the 2016–17 PGA Tour season, McDowell only had 4 top 10 finishes and finished 136th in the FedEx Cup.


In the 2017–18 PGA Tour season, McDowell struggled again and only won $581,024 and finished 144th in the FedEx Cup. This left him with limited status on the PGA Tour for the 2018–19 season.

European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjørn named McDowell as a vice-captain for the European team at the 2018 Ryder Cup. In September 2018, Europe defeated the U.S. team 17½ points to 10½ at Le Golf National outside of Paris, France.[34]


On 31 March 2019, McDowell won his fourth PGA Tour title at the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship in the Dominican Republic.

On 9 June 2019, McDowell finished tied for 8th at the RBC Canadian Open and therefore qualified for the 2019 Open Championship, which was played at his home course Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland.


On 2 February 2020, McDowell won the Saudi International with a score of 12 under par. The victory marked his first title on the European Tour since 2014 and also improved his world ranking from 104 to 47.[35]


On 31 May 2022, McDowell was named in the field for the first LIV Golf Invitational Series event at Centurion, near London.[36] He resigned his membership of the PGA Tour shortly before the start of play.[37][38]


McDowell played in all fourteen events as part of the 2023 LIV Golf League as part of Cleeks GC alongside Martin Kaymer, Bernd Wiesberger, and Richard Bland. He also played in seven events on the Asian Tour during the year. At the end of the LIV season, McDowell ranked 42nd in the individual standings. His contract expired and he was not offered a contract extension by his team. His best finish in the 2023 LIV Golf season was a 12th place finish at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster. On 28 November 2023, McDowell signed with Smash GC for the 2024 LIV Golf League.


McDowell comes from a mixed Catholic/Protestant family background,[39] but was himself raised a Protestant.[40] As he won the U.S. Open in 2010 he was living in a "bachelor pad" penthouse apartment in Portrush and was building a home in Lake Nona, Florida, United States.[4] McDowell hired interior designer Kristin Stape to work on his Lake Nona house: subsequently the pair began dating and were engaged in October 2012.[41] The couple married in a small ceremony in the Bahamas in September 2013.[42] Kristin gave birth to the couple's first child, a girl, in August 2014.[43] She has a child from a previous relationship.[41]

When quizzed on whether he'd represent Britain or Ireland at future Olympic events, McDowell stated: "I’m not bothered who I play for. I’ll be honoured to represent Britain or Ireland or both. I’m proud to play golf for Europe." On the subject of his nationality, he added: "Yes, I sit on the fence but why not? There’s no right or wrong answer. I’m always going to upset someone so why not sit on the fence?" [44] In the run up to the 2016 Olympics, when golf was reintroduced, Rory McIlroy (representing Ireland) withdrew from the tournament, leaving McDowell with the possibility of representing Ireland as their next highest ranked player. However, McDowell ruled out this possibility by opting to not play in the Olympics.[45] He often travels and practises with Rory McIlroy and Pádraig Harrington.[4]

He was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2011 New Year Honours for services to golf.[46]

In January 2011 McDowell was photographed by Kevin Abosch for "The Face of Ireland" project.[47][48]

McDowell is a devoted Manchester United fan. In the buildup to the 2011 Masters Tournament he skipped the annual par-3 contest in order to watch a UEFA Champions League clash between United and Chelsea.[49]

In June 2011, McDowell received an honorary doctorate (D.Sc) from the University of Ulster for his services to golf.[50] He received his honorary degree from the University's Chancellor, the actor James Nesbitt on its Coleraine campus and in his speech to graduates, urged them to set their goals high in their careers and trust their intuition.[51]

McDowell is also partner in owning a restaurant, Nona Blue, that he opened outside of his neighborhood Lake Nona Golf & Country Club.[52] Nona Blue is considered a "Modern Tavern."

Amateur wins

  • 1996 Ulster Boys Championship
  • 1999 Irish Youths Championship
  • 2000 Irish Amateur Close Championship, Irish Youths Championship, World Universities Championship, South of Ireland Championship

Professional wins (16)

PGA Tour wins (4)

Major championships (1)
Other PGA Tour (3)
No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
1 20 Jun 2010 U.S. Open 71-68-71-74=284 E 1 stroke France Grégory Havret
2 21 Apr 2013 RBC Heritage 71-67-68-69=275 −9 Playoff United States Webb Simpson
3 16 Nov 2015 OHL Classic at Mayakoba 67-63-70-66=266 −18 Playoff United States Jason Bohn, Scotland Russell Knox
4 31 Mar 2019 Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship 73-64-64-69=270 −18 1 stroke Canada Mackenzie Hughes, United States Chris Stroud

PGA Tour playoff record (2–0)

No. Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result
1 2013 RBC Heritage United States Webb Simpson Won with par on first extra hole
2 2015 OHL Classic at Mayakoba United States Jason Bohn, Scotland Russell Knox Won with birdie on first extra hole

European Tour wins (11)

Major championships (1)
Other European Tour (10)
No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
1 4 Aug 2002 Volvo Scandinavian Masters 64-73-66-67=270 −14 1 stroke South Africa Trevor Immelman
2 3 May 2004 Telecom Italia Open 67-65-65=197* −19 Playoff France Thomas Levet
3 16 Mar 2008 Ballantine's Championship1 68-64-66-66=264 −24 Playoff India Jeev Milkha Singh
4 13 Jul 2008 Barclays Scottish Open 67-70-66-68=271 −13 2 strokes South Africa James Kingston
5 6 Jun 2010 Celtic Manor Wales Open 72-70-64-63=269 −15 3 strokes Wales Rhys Davies
6 20 Jun 2010 U.S. Open 71-68-71-74=284 E 1 stroke France Grégory Havret
7 31 Oct 2010 Andalucía Valderrama Masters 68-67-72-74=281 −3 2 strokes Denmark Søren Kjeldsen, Northern Ireland Gareth Maybin,
Republic of Ireland Damien McGrane
8 19 May 2013 Volvo World Match Play Championship 2 and 1 Thailand Thongchai Jaidee
9 7 Jul 2013 Alstom Open de France 69-69-70-67=275 −9 4 strokes South Africa Richard Sterne
10 6 Jul 2014 Alstom Open de France (2) 70-69-73-67=279 −5 1 stroke Thailand Thongchai Jaidee, United States Kevin Stadler
11 2 Feb 2020 Saudi International 64-68-66-70=268 −12 2 strokes United States Dustin Johnson

*Note: The 2004 Telecom Italia Open was shortened to 54 holes due to rain.
1Co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and the Korean Tour

European Tour playoff record (2–1)

No. Year Tournament Opponent Result
1 2004 Telecom Italia Open France Thomas Levet Won with par on fourth extra hole
2 2004 Dunhill Links Championship Scotland Stephen Gallacher Lost to birdie on first extra hole
3 2008 Ballantine's Championship India Jeev Milkha Singh Won with birdie on third extra hole

Asian Tour wins (1)

No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
1 16 Mar 2008 Ballantine's Championship1 68-64-66-66=264 −24 Playoff India Jeev Milkha Singh

1Co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the Korean Tour

Asian Tour playoff record (1–0)

No. Year Tournament Opponent Result
1 2008 Ballantine's Championship India Jeev Milkha Singh Won with birdie on third extra hole

Other wins (2)

No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
1 5 Dec 2010 Chevron World Challenge 66-69-68-69=272 −16 Playoff United States Tiger Woods
2 2 Dec 2012 World Challenge (2) 69-66-68-68=271 −17 3 strokes United States Keegan Bradley

Other playoff record (1–0)

No. Year Tournament Opponent Result
1 2010 Chevron World Challenge United States Tiger Woods Won with birdie on first extra hole

Major championships

Wins (1)

Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner-up
2010 U.S. Open 3 shot deficit E (71-68-71-74=284) 1 stroke France Grégory Havret

Results timeline

Results not in chronological order in 2020.

Tournament 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Masters Tournament CUT T17
U.S. Open T80 T48 T30 T18
The Open Championship CUT T11 T61 CUT T19 T34
PGA Championship CUT CUT T37 T15 T10
Tournament 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Masters Tournament CUT CUT T12 CUT CUT T52 CUT
U.S. Open 1 T14 T2 CUT T28 CUT T18 CUT CUT
The Open Championship T23 CUT T5 T58 T9 T49 T63
PGA Championship CUT CUT T11 T12 T46 CUT CUT CUT
Tournament 2019 2020
Masters Tournament CUT
PGA Championship T29 CUT
U.S. Open T16 CUT
The Open Championship T57 NT
  Top 10
  Did not play

CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied
NT = No tournament due to COVID-19 pandemic


Tournament Wins 2nd 3rd Top-5 Top-10 Top-25 Events Cuts made
Masters Tournament 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 3
PGA Championship 0 0 0 0 1 4 15 7
U.S. Open 1 1 0 2 2 6 15 10
The Open Championship 0 0 0 1 2 5 14 11
Totals 1 1 0 3 5 17 54 31
  • Most consecutive cuts made – 6 (2008 Open Championship – 2009 PGA)
  • Longest streak of top-10s – 2 (2012 U.S. Open – 2012 Open Championship)

Results in The Players Championship

Tournament 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
The Players Championship T40 78
Tournament 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
The Players Championship T26 T33 CUT CUT T62 T56 T9 T69
Tournament 2020 2021
The Players Championship C CUT
  Top 10
  Did not play

CUT = missed the halfway cut
"T" indicates a tie for a place
C = Cancelled after the first round due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Results in World Golf Championships

Results not in chronological order before 2015.

Tournament 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Championship T43 T6 T48 T66 T6 T42 T13 T3 T9 T56 T28
Match Play R32 R64 R64 R64 R16 R64 QF QF T52 T38
Invitational T52 WD T56 T45 T22 T65 T24 T40 T8 T17
Champions T34 3 T42 3 T3
Tournament 2020
Championship T69
Match Play NT1
Invitational T35
Champions NT1

1Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

  Top 10
  Did not play

WD = Withdrew
QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play
NT = no tournament
"T" = tied
Note that the HSBC Champions did not become a WGC event until 2009.

European Tour professional career summary

Year Starts Cuts made Wins 2nd 3rd Top 10 Top 25 Earnings (€) Money list rank
2002 12 8 1 0 0 0 1 411,578.27 56
2003 23 12 0 0 0 1 5 221,909.08 96
2004 31 24 1 2 2 4 6 1,648,862.38 6
2005 18 13 0 0 0 1 6 588,674.84 34
2006 17 12 0 0 0 2 1 437,801.82 58
2007 26 18 0 1 0 4 5 787,081.33 37
2008 28 22 2 0 1 5 9 1,859,346.26 5
2009 23 20 0 0 0 2 12 848,571.36 33
2010 24 21 3 0 2 4 7 3,077,681.66 2
2011 18 14 0 0 3 2 4 1,230,461.34 16
2012 16 15 0 2 1 1 7 1,847,420.08 9
2013 14 10 2 0 2 1 2 2,143,133.52 4

Team appearances



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Fact Sheet

  • Wondering what Graeme McDowell's full name is? Graeme McDowell's full name is Graeme McDowell
  • Graeme McDowell's nationality is Northern Irish
  • Graeme McDowell is a(n) Professional Golfer
  • Graeme McDowell was born on 1979-7-30
  • How old is Graeme McDowell? Graeme McDowell is 45 years old
  • Graeme McDowell's relationship status is Married (Kristin Stape)
  • Which college/university did Graeme McDowell go to? Graeme McDowell went to University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Graeme McDowell has 2 kids
  • Graeme McDowell's kids are Wills Edson McDowell


Graeme McDowell 2024 net worth is $30 million USD
Graeme McDowell has a networth of $30 million USD
Graeme McDowell has an estimated wealth of $30 million USD
Graeme McDowell has approximately $30 million USD

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