Madelene Sagstrom Net Worth Wiki 2023 – Career Earnings, WITB, Caddie, Husband, House, Family


Madelene Sagstrom can tell you that the truth set her free and golf saved her life.

Strong words, perhaps, yet not as powerful as the impact of her disclosure to her mentor Robert Karlsson had on her golf game.

During Madelene’s rookie appearance on the 2016 Symetra Tour–now known as the Epson Tour–she revealed to her mentor that she had been sexually abused as a seven-year-old in her native Sweden.

She’s described that moment as a weight being lifted off and it showed in her performance on the course.

In 2016, Madelene won three consecutive Symetra events and was named Rookie of the Year and Player of Year.

She joined the next season’s LPGA Tour feeling free and light.

Madelene Sagstrom – Quick Facts Table

Name and Surname Madelene Maria Sagström
Born 13 November 1992
Age 29
Gender Woman
Height 1,75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Place Of Birth Enköping, Uppsala, Sweden
Currently Resides Boca Raton, Florida
Nationality Sweden
Parents Per and Lena Sagstrom
Siblings Jesper Sagstrom
Partner/Spouse Jack Clarke
Children None
Profession Professional golfer
Turned Professional 2015
Net worth $2,59 million


Madelene picked up her first golf club when she was 11 years old at the Enköping Golfklubb.

One of the players she has looked up to is fellow Swede Annika Sörenstam, arguably the GOAT of the LPGA Tour.

Before teeing off with Annika at the Gainbridge LPGA in 2021, Madelene’s amateur and professional career highlights include the following:

  • 2011: Winning the French Internation Open
  • 2015: Nominated SEC Women’s Golfer of the Year at Louisiana State University
  • 2016: Named Player of the Year and Gaelle Truet Rookie of the Year
  • 2017: One of Annika Sorenstam’s captain’s picks for Team Europe at the Solheim Cup
  • 2020: Rolex First-Time Winner at the Gainbridge LPGA and represented Sweden at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Since Gainbridge, Madelene has gone on to tie for 24th at the 2022 Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give and missed the cut for the 2022 U.S. Women’s Open presented by ProMedica.

Career Earnings


Madelene Sagstrom’s total career earnings to date are estimated at $2,598,097.

Madelene first made her mark in 2016 and set the single-season earnings record worth $167,064.

In 2017, she made the cut in 14 out of 24 events and went home with $412,574.

Making the cut 13 times out of 22 events in 2018 earned Madelene a neat $202,995.

The following year, she only made the cut in eleven of the 20 events she attend and pocketed $216,999.

While the world came to a standstill in 2020, Madelene powered on–only missing the cut at five of the sixteen events in which she participated–taking home $492,083.

Her best year to date, 2021 saw her go home with $757,699 having missed only three of the 22 events she attended.

What’s In The Bag?


Madelene Sagstrom has had a successful partnership with Callaway Golf and almost exclusively plays with their equipment:

  • Driver: Callaway Epic Speed, (10.5°, Fujikura Evolution II 665 Tour Spec S shaft)
  • Fairway woods: Callaway Mavrik Fairway Wood, (15°), Callaway Epic Flash Fairway Wood, (18°, Fujikura Evolution II 765 Tour Spec S shafts)
  • Driving iron: Callaway Apex UT, (4-iron, KBS Tour 90 shaft)
  • Irons: Callaway X-Forged 18, (5-PW, KBS Tour 90 shafts)
  • Wedges: Callaway Mack Daddy 5 Jaws, (50°, 54°, 58°, KBS Tour 90 shafts)
  • Putter: Odyssey O-Works Marxman Black Stroke Lab Putter
  • Golf ball: Callaway Chrome Soft X Truvis



Madelene has partnered with a few caddies since her professional start on the LPGA.

In 2020, there were a brief few rounds when her partner’s father Alan Clarke was on the bag.

She has previously worked with David Buhai as well as her partner Jack Clarke.

Since 2021, Madelene has worked exclusively with Shane Codd, who has been a caddie on the Ladies European Tour since 2004.

Madelene and Shane’s partnership paid off when she finished the 2021 Women’s Open Championship tied in second position.



Madelene met her partner Jack Clarke in 2018 when he was on the bag for another LPGA player.

Jack grew up in Rayleigh, Essex and got into golf when he was just six years old.

He turned pro at 18 and played for almost a decade before injuries ended his career.

He then turned to caddying on the LPGA Tour, notably for Jaye Marie Green.



While Madelene is firmly based in Orlando, she has yet to become a homeowner.

She does travel most of the year on Tour and is often accompanied by her partner Jack, and one or both of her parents.

Watch this hour-long documentary by No Laying Up to find out exactly what a day in Madelene’s life looks like.



Madelene Sagstrom opened up about her painful childhood trauma, however, she is very protective of her family’s privacy.

Little is know besides her parent’s names–Per and Lena–and that her younger brother Jesper has caddied for her when she attended the 2018 UL International Crown.

Jesper is active on his personal Instagram account where you can see him following in his sister’s golfing footsteps.



Madelene Sagstrom shared her story publicly and found that speaking up also freed her game.

She became a better golfer and more professional athlete when she reminded herself and others that she is human first.

After opening up to Robert Karlsson, she learned to control her temper on course and not to beat herself up because of a less than stellar round.

Being a good golfer no longer meant she was a good person. In her own words, “I love Madelene the golfer, but I now love Madelene the person more.”

Golf saved her and provided Madelene with a support system equal to none–she will always turn to the game when she needs it the most.

And if she touches one life by telling her story, she believes it will all be worth it.