He's been blessed with a career spanning multiple decades, but he's also been at the center of quite a bit of controversy . From breaking records in his 20s to almost losing it all in his 30s, Woods' path has been something of a rollercoaster. But at the end of the day, the guy still has a hell of a lot of cash in the bank.

After missing the Masters-Golf's biggest and most exciting tournament-in both 2016 and 2017, Woods is getting ready to compete for the second consecutive year in 2019, after making a frustrating return last April. This time around, the four-time champion at Augusta National (though the most recent victory was all the way back in 2005) is feeling the hype once again, with Tiger citing his own confidence , and telling people that while he doesn't "need" to win The Masters, he "really wants to."

And if he can pull that off, well, he'll get more than just that green jacket.

Here's everything we know about Tiger Woods' net worth.

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Tiger Woods has made $113 million in on-course winnings.

Woods entered the professional golf world in the late summer of 1996, and it wasn't long before he was the world's best golfer. In 1997, he hit the number one position in world golf rankings and won the 1997 Masters Tournament.

Since then, he's gone on to win 79 PGA Tour victories, along with 14 Majors. He's just four wins away from tying Jack Nicklaus in career wins, The Street reported. Throughout his career, he's $113 million in on-course winnings, according to Business Insider .

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BMW Championship - Round Two

Most of Tiger Woods' money comes from off the golf course.

Less than 10 percent of Woods' net worth comes from his athletic endeavors, according to Forbes . Instead, he makes the bulk of his cash from endorsement deals, specifically his career-long deal with Nike. In 1996, Woods signed with the sports apparel brand and has remained with them ever since - including through his 2017 DUI . In 2013 alone, Golf Digest reported, Woods took home $71,000,000 in endorsement money.

Tiger Woods made $600 million between 2006 and 2010.

As Forbes ' second-highest paid athlete ever, Woods just has one more man to beat: Michael Jordan. As the financial magazine noted, Woods made an astonishing $600 million between 2006 to 2010 in winnings, endorsement deals, and appearance fees.

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BMW Championship - Round One

Tiger Woods made a massive comeback, which came with a massive payday, in 2018.

In September, Woods once again joined the winner's circle when he won the Tour Championship. It was the first time he entered the circle in a full five years, Forbes reported. As the magazine also noted, Mark Steinberg, Woods agent, has been inundated with sponsorship and business opportunities since Woods victory at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. One of those opportunities included a deal with Discoverys new over-the-top (OTT) streaming service, GolfTV, which Woods signed onto in late 2018.

Tiger Woods' net worth is an estimated $800 million.

In December, Forbes estimated that Woods was worth $800 million. Thats thanks to his career earnings, endorsement deals, and his phoenix-like comeback.