- Famous Name Annie Park
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Annie Park
- Birth Place Levittown, New York
- Famous Name Annie Park
- Net Worth $1 million
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity South Asian
- Profession Golf Player
Annie Park is an American professional golfer, competing on the LPGA Tour. Turned professional in 2015, she won one LPGA Tour at the 2018 ShopRite LPGA Classic and also competed in the 2019 Solheim Cup. She finished his collegiate career at the University of Southern California where she earned the 2013 NCAA individual champion.
Hails from Levittown, New York, Annie Park was born on 9th April 1995, under the star sign Arie. The twenty-five years old holds an American nationality and came from a South Asian ethnic background.
How Much Is Annie Park's Net Worth In 2021? Career Earning
To start: professional golfers earn money through a paid percentage of the purse for each tournament they play in and finish in the money. Besides endorsements and sponsorships plays a vital role.
At the ShopRite LPGA Classic in 2018, she pursued $262,500. That season, she made earnings of nearly $550,000 placed her in 40th on the LPGA's 2018 money list. In 2019, she summoned over $400,000, concluding the season in 50th on the LPGA money list. The following season, she was 79th on the money list with over $118,000 in earnings.
In total, she has summoned $1,355,474 from LPGA and $80,472 from Symetra. As of 2021, Park's net worth is $1 million.
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Annie Park's Personal Life: Parents, Siblings, & Affairs
Annie's mother, Ann, was an athlete growing up who competed in track and field in the hurdles, sponsored in Korea as well as basketball. Ann is the one who got her into gold when she was 7. Further, Annie has two elder sisters: the eldest was Miss Korea for New York and the second-eldest, an aspiring singer.
Besides, there is no information about Park's personal life. To date, her fans are curious if she is dating or single, but, the golfer has zipped her mouth when it comes to her love life. As of now, she is single.
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Began playing golf at the tender age of seven, Park later in her youth worked with instructor Sean Foley. Park was the champion of the 2012 Nassau County High School Championship. That year, she played in the U.S. Women's Open. Further, she represented the golf team of the USC.
In 2015, she turned professional and joined the Symetra Tour. She won three championships in a total of 11 events. During her 3rd Symetra Tour win, she became the 10th Symetra Tour player with a three-win season and was the leading money winner on the tour and earned Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year honors, along with full playing privileges on the LPGA Tour for 2016.
She missed the 2017 season due to her back injury which lost full status on the LPGA Tour for 2018. At the LPGA Mediheal Championship in April 2018, she earned a place in the field in a qualifier and finished in a tie for 18th after being within one stroke of the lead following the second round. On 10th June 2018, she won ShopRite LPGA Classic over Sakura Yokomine.
During the 2020 LPGA Tour, she was ranked 79th on the money list.
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