Fred Couples is an American professional golfer who has a net worth of $105 million.
Born Frederick Steven Couples on October 3, 1959, in Seattle, Washington, he is a former World No. 1 golfer as he won arguably the most famous tournament in the sport, the Masters Tournament, in 1992.
Fred Couples has earned his net worth through his many professional wins in the PGA tours and Champions tours, as well as the Masters Tournament and his many player of the year awards.
Nicknamed “Boom Boom” for his long drives on the course, Fred Couples attracted international attention while he was at college, representing the University of Houston.
He joined the PGA Tour in 1982, and went on to play for the Champions Tour until present time. His tour appearances brought him 51 professional wins, as well as the 2010 Byron Nelson Award.
In 2011 Fred Couples slammed his maiden senior major at the Senior Players Championship, after which he won the Senior British Open Championship in 2012.
Like many notable professional golf players, he has been instrumental in designing golf courses around the country, including the Lost Canyon Golf Course in Simi Valley, California.
A current resident of Palm Springs, Fred Couples has other interests outside the golf course, like working in his garden, a love he inherited from his grandfather.
Fred Couples has two children, Gigi and Oliver, and is currently dating Nadine Moze.