Matthew NeSmith (born October 25, 1993) is an American professional golfer. NeSmith won the 2011 Junior Heritage and the 2015 Players Amateur.
On the 2019 Korn Ferry Tour, NeSmith won the Albertsons Boise Open to secure his PGA Tour card.
After the first round, NeSmith held the lead at the 2021 Phoenix Open. NeSmith ended the tournament tied in seventh.
In March 2022, NeSmith recorded his best PGA Tour finish, with a T3 at the Valspar Championship, one shot outside of the playoff between Sam Burns, and Davis Riley.
Matthew NeSmith Net Worth
Matthew NeSmith has earned total career earnings of $2,176,444, averaging $310,921 prize money per year. Matthew NeSmith’s net worth is $2,176,444.
Matthew NeSmith turned pro in 2012 and has played for 8 years and was born in the USA. In 2022 Matthew NeSmith earned $282,110 so far.
Matthew NeSmith’s best year was 2020-21 when he earned $1,111,102.
As of 2022, Matthew NeSmith’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million. He has earned $1,440,241 on the PGA Tour to date.