|Date of Birth:||1979, January 16|
|Age:||41 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 2 Inch|
|Birth Name||James William Walker|
|Birth Place||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States|
|Famous Name||Jimmy Walker|
|Mother||James Carter Walker|
|Net Worth||$15.5 million on 2014.|
|Currently Working For||professional golfer|
|Married to||Erin (neé Stiegemeier)|
|Children||McLain and Beckett.|
Jimmy Walker is a professional golfer from America playing in the PGA Tour. He has been playing in the PGA since 2001 making four PGA wins and three Web.com Tour. Jimmy has spent more than a decade and a half in the PGA. He has won Nationwide Tour leading money winner and Nationwide Player of the year in 2004.
Walker is the 73rd best player in official world golf ranking as of 2019 having the scoring average of 1.920. Jimmy had also played in Nationwide Tours prior to PGA Tours.
The 40 years aged, JimmyWalker, who is ranked 48th in the world, has won five PGA Tour events in his 15-year career. He has earned over $25,474,253 on the PGA Tour through prize money. As of 2019, Jimmy has an estimated net worth of $16 million, including all of his properties. Maximum of his net worth is built through his professional golf career.
He owns 5,465 square feet mansion in Texas worth $2.2 million. The house consist of three bedrooms, four bathrooms and a three-car garage.
Jimmy has a growing fan base. His well-wishers, admirers, and fans are always supportive of him and wish him best. He can be followed on his Twitter account. His biography, his career statistics and more information on him can be found on different internet sites including Wikipedia, pga.com, golf.com, etc.
Six feet two inches tall Jimmy Walker has an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. He is very decent and honest. Jimmy has not involved in any rumors or scandals. He is a married man. He is married to his girlfriend Erin Stiegemeier whom he had met during the Web.com Tour where she was a tournament volunteer.
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There is no information available on his past affairs and relationships prior to this. The two had dated for some time after they met and then got married in 2005.
He has two children with her, sons, McLain and Beckett. Jimmy loves his family very much and cares about them a lot. There are no signs of divorce in relation. He is living very happily with his wife. Outside of golf, Jimmy is an avid photographer who also loves traveling.
Jimmy Walker was born as James William Walker on 16 January 1979, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the United States. He was raised in Oklahoma and thus he completed his studies in there. He had learned golf from his father who was a scratch golfer.
Since his childhood, he became an enthusiast for golf and started loving the game. He grew exponentially loving golf from there. After completing his high school, he attended Baylor University, Texas where he played for the University Team Baylor Bears.
With learning and growing in playing skills, Jimmy became a professional golfer in 2002, when he was 22 years old. He was associated with the Nationwide Tour where he won his first two professional events of his career in 2004. He had won the BellSouth Panama Championship and the Chitimacha Louisiana Open. He then became the Nationwide Tour’s leading money winner and Player of the Year honors.
Starting off with PGA Tours in 2005, he missed most of the events in 2005 due to his injury making only three cuts and finishing 17th at the MCI Heritage. Upon recovery, in 2006 PGA Tour, he played in 21 events making the top-25 finish. With the average and progressing scores, he had his seasons going. However, 2011 PGA Tour season has been Jimmy’s best season finishing 68th in the FedEx Cup which made him qualified for his third FedEx Cup playoff event and his first BMW championship.
Following years then geared up his success. Recently in 2015, he has defended his Sony Open title and moved to rank 13th in Official world golf ranking. He has the net worth of $15.5 million in 2014. earned his fifth PGA Tour win and second of the season at the Valero Texas Open with a four-stroke victory over Jordan Spieth.