Jennifer Song is a well-known American and South-Korean professional golf player. She has been playing at the professional level since 2010 and in the LPGA Tour since 2011. Jennifer has two major titles at the Symetra Tour. Jennifer has competed in several other Tours worldwide.
Jennifer Song was born on December 20, 1989, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She is among the two children born to her parents. Song came to the limelight only after her successful career in golf so, there is not much information about her early life with the media. She was raised in South Korea and holds dual Korean and United States citizenship. Jennifer enrolled at the University of Southern California but dropped within two years. Jennifer stands five feet and six inches tall and weighs 68 kgs.
Jennifer Song's Earnings, Net Worth, Sponsors, and Prize Money
A golf player earns as per their performance in a whole event. Also, they make a huge sum from their sponsors and several deals. Jennifer has an estimated net worth of $2 Million. Song started earning through her professional career in 2010 and made $45,000 from Symetra Tour.
In the rookie year of 2011, Jennifer took home $77,000 from just fifteen events. In the following season, She earned six-figure making $128,000 from only twenty-two events, and made cuts in thirteen events. In the 2014 and 2015 seasons, Song earned close to $400,000. In 2017, Song crossed her million in career earnings when she earned $423,000 in just a year.
In 2018, Jennifer earned $626,000 in a single season when she finished runner-up, third, and in three top-18, and also remains as her highest earning in a single season. In the on-going season of 2021, Song has made $30,000. Totaling her earnings from LPGA Tour, she has pocketedd $2,650,994.
Relationship Status of Jenifer Song
Jennifer is very much private about her love life. She has not shared a word about her relationship with the public. Song is an active social media user but only posts about her family and friends and her games. She could secretly be dating some or could be single. Jennifer keeps visiting South Korea and likes to spend her time visiting new places.
Jennifer played several sports during her early days later turned all her focus into golf in her High School. She made qualified for the U.S. Women's Open and U.S. Women's Amateur before turning professional. In 2009, Song won both the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links and the U.S. Women's Amateur.
Jennifer made her professional debut at the Duramed Futures Tour in 2010. She won her first event as a professional, the 2010 Tate & Lyle Players Championship. She was also named Futures Tour Rookie of the Year and qualified for the 2011 LPGA Tour. Song has been able to reach the finale in events. In 2018, The golfer reached the final of ANA Inspiration but lost to Pernilla Lindberg and Inbee Park.
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