Robert MacIntyre is a popular Scottish professional golfer who plays on the European Tour. As of 2020, Robert MacIntyre net worth is estimated to be $1 million.
Family and Early Life
Macintyre was born on 3rd August 1996 in Oban Scotland. He was brought up by his foster parents. Robert lives by the Glencruitten Golf Club where his father works as a greenkeeper. He developed an interest in the game as a young boy by watching Phil Mickelson as his golfing idol.
Robert, however, spent most of his time playing a sport called Shinty in Scotland. He took playing golf seriously during his senior years in high school. He moved to the United States to join McNeese State University in Louisiana. Раіgе Ѕріrаnас Nеt Wоrth 2022
Macintyre had a very successful career as an amateur before he turned professional in 2017. He attributes his success in golfing to his passion for Shinty. He says Shinty sharpened his golf skills. In 2013 he won the Scottish Youths Championship and the Scottish Boys Open Stroke Play Championship. He also won the Scottish Amateur in 2015. He represented his country in the 2016 Eisenhower Trophy as well as the Walker Cup in 2017.
Robert turned professional in 2017 and played his first two events in October on the MENA Golf Tour and later won the Sahara Kuwait Championship. He qualified for the final stage of the European Tour on Qualifying School in November 2017. Robert was placed at the 37th place and secured a 2018 Challenge Tour Card. He however lost by one stroke to Kim Koivu in a playoff but he had an extraordinary end to the season.
Macintyre’s amazing performance in the 2018 season placed him 12th in the Challenge Tour Order of Merit and secured him a place on the 2019 European Tour. He became a joint runner-up in the Made in Denmark tournament. In July he tied for the sixth position and gained entry to the Open Championship at Royal Portrush. He was the top Scot on the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time after tying at the fourth at the Italian Open. He was the leading rookie at the Race to Dubai rankings at 11th place. Robert won the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award. Matthew Wolff Net Worth
Robert Macintyre Net Worth
Robert Macintyre has an estimated net worth of $1 million. His main source of income is his career as a professional golfer. At only 24, he has a long way to go and his net worth is expected to increase as he advances in his career.
Robert Duncan Maclntyre a.k.a. Robert MacIntyre is a Scottish professional golfer. Finished his collegiate career at McNeese State University, he turned pro in 2017 and currently plays in European Tour. He reached his highest ranking No. 43 as of February 2021.
Oban, Scotland native, Robert Maclntyre was born on 3rd August 1998, under the star sign Leo. He was raised by his foster parents. He lives by the Glencruitten Golf Club where his father works as a greenkeeper. Growing up, he developed an interest in the game by watching Phil Mickelson as his golfing idol.
How Much Is Robert Maclntyre’s Net Worth In 2021? Career Earnings & Endorsements
With 52 tournaments and 1 European Tour wins, Robert Macintyre has summoned €2,960,573.16 ($3527845.62) as career earnings.
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Besides purse from tournaments, the golfer earns much from endorsements and sponsorship. He is sponsored by TaylorMade Golf, Peter Millar, Arnold Clark, and many others. As of 2021, his net worth is approximately $3 million.
Is Robert Macintyre Dating?
The answer is NO! As a matter of fact, Robert Macintyre has maintained his personal life far away from the media. There is no information available regarding his relationship or girlfriend. Seems like the golfer does not want any extra attention from the media concerning his love life. For now, he is possibly single.
About his social presence, he is active on Instagram (13.7k followers) and Twitter. As per nationality, he is Scottish. The twenty-four years old stands 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) tall.
Turned professional in 2017, Macintyre competed as a pro on the MENA Golf Tour, finishing tied for third place in Jordan’s Ayla Golf Championship and then won the Sahara Kuwait Championship. Further, he made the final stage of the European Tour Q-school in November 2017, finishing at 37th place which gave him a card for a 2018 Challenge Tour card. His excellent result of the season lifted him to 12th in the Challenge Tour Order of Merit, to make a place on the European Tour for 2019.
In July 2019, Macintyre made his Open Championship debut at Royal Portrush. He finished the season as the leading rookie on the Race to Dubai rankings (11th place). The rank earned him the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award.
In November 2020, he won his first European Tour title at the Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Showdown.