Member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, Karrie Webb is one of the most accomplished professional golfers from Australia. She performs mainly on the LPGA Tour. Also, turns out once or twice a year on the ALPG Tour in her home country, she is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.
41X LPGA Tour winning Karrie Webb's net worth is approximately $15 million. Further, she is possibly single and unmarried at the moment.
Holds a Net Worth over $15 million
As of 2019, Karrie Webb has an estimated net worth of $15 million. This immensely talented golfer has made a huge amount of fortune throughout her career. Details about her earnings in 2019 have not been yet disclosed but her earning from prize money was reported to be $65,055.
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Her dedication and devotion provided her a pretty amount of bank balance. With her prize money and earnings, she has accumulated jaw-dropping net worth. Further, her total career earnings are $20,179,509. Besides, Karrie Webb also owns a house in Bayton Beach, Florida.
Previously in a Relationship with Todd Haller
The Australian golf player has millions of fans from around the world. According to some sources, Webb was engaged in a 4-year relationship with American golfer Kelly Robbins.
Before that, she was engaged to Todd Haller. She met Todd through her coach Kelvin Haller who was a nephew to Kelvin.
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The couple was engaged to each other in 1994 but due to several complications in their relationship, they were separated in 1996. The reason is believed to be Webb's affair with Robbins. As of now, there isn't any news about her probable partner, so she is probably living a single life.
Apart from her professional career, she is close to her parents. In addition, she loves to watch basketball and football. Magic Johnson, Payton Manning, Michael Strahan are her admirers. Once, she also rumored to be having an affair with Tiger Woods but the rumor does not prove to be true.
Karrie Webb has reached the age of 44 now. She has a good height of 5”6” and her weight of the body is around 51 kg.
Karrie Webb was born on 21 December 1974 in Ayr, Queensland Australia. This skillful golfer holds an Australian nationality and her sun sign is Sagittarius. She is the daughter of Evelyn and Rob Webb.
As an amateur, she played for the Australian Amateur team and making six international appearances from 1992 to 1994. Moreover, she also showed her skill at the Espirito Santo Trophy World Amateur Golf Team Championships.
Karrie Webb turned professional since 1994 and started her career with the Ladies European Tour where she came from the second position at the US Women’s Australian Open.
In 1996, Karrie Webb bagged her first LPGA Tournament in her second LPGA start at the HealthSouth Inaugural on the fourth hole of the sudden death playoff. In addition, she was also the 1996 LPGA Rookie of the Year.
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With her remarkable performance, Karrie Webb was nominated for 1997 ESPY Best Female Golfer. The year 2000 was outstanding for her and its brought fame and glory and she won Nabisco Championships as well as U.S Women’s Open.
In 2001, she successfully retained her title in the U.S Women’s Open as well as was the newest winner of LPGA career and Grand Slam. Since getting professional, she has won several championships including LPGA Tour-41 times, Ladies European Tour (15) LPGA of Japan Tour (3), ALPG Tour (13), and Symetra Tour (1).
Awards and Accolades
Karrie Webb remarkable performance honored her with numerous awards including World Golf Hall of Fame, LPGA Rookie of the Year, LPGA Tour Money Winner (thrice), LPGA Tour Player of the Year (twice), LPGA Achievement Award, and GWAA Female Player of the Year.