6) Lee Westwood (Net Worth: £32 Million)
Westwood has 42 career tournament wins to his name but has still to win an elusive first Major. He came second in the 2010 Open Championship and third three years later. Following the 2010 Open Championship, Westwood spent a spell as world number one, toppling Tiger Woods from the summit.
The Nottinghamshire-born Englishman held on to the spot for 17 weeks before eventually losing it, he would later regain the number one position for a spell in 2011. Westwood currently has 12 sponsors, although he has remained with Ping golf clubs since turning professional in 1993. He is one of a small number of golfers to have won tournaments on every continent and has represented the European team at the Ryder Cup for a staggering eight times consecutively. Westwood resides in Florida and was estimated to have earned £5.95-million in 2014.
5) Luke Donald (Net Worth: £33 Million)
Donald’s decline in recent years has been staggering. Ranked world number one just four years ago, a position he held for 55 weeks, by the end of 2014 he had fallen to 33rd in the world and is now ranked just 50th. His loss of form resulted in him failing to be included in the European team for the 2014 Ryder Cup. During this spell however, he won the European Tour’s flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship, in 2011 and successfully defended his title the following year. Many commentators attribute his loss of form to his change in swing technique which he hoped would help him to win his first Major. The Englishman has career earnings of £36-million and also has a number of lucrative sponsors including Mizuno, Ralph Lauren and Rolex. His deal with Mizuno alone sees him earn $1-million just for wearing their visors.