- Famous Name Kevin Na
- Country South Korea
- Birth Name Kevin Na
- Birth Place Seoul, South Korea
- Famous Name Kevin Na
- Father Yong Na
- Mother Jung Hye-won
- Net Worth $20 Million
- Nationality South Korean - American
- Ethnicity South Asian
- Profession Golf Player
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Julianne Na
- Children Two
Kevin Sangwook Na is a Korean-born-American professional golfer who is currently competing on the PGA Tour. He has won 5X PGA Tour, Asian Tour, Korn ferry Tour, and one other. He reached his career's highest-ranking No.19 on 1st November 2015.
Seoul, South Korea native, Kevin Na was born on 15th September 1983, under the star sign Virgo. He is the son of Yong Na and Jung Hye-won. The Na family emigrated to the United States when he was eight years old, settling in southern California. Following his junior year, he left Diamond Bar High School to play professional golf at age 17.
How Much Is Kevin Na's Net Worth In 2021?
As of July 2021, Kevin Na has made a total career of $35,758,809 (excluding endorsement). With the tremendous sum from golf, Na is ranked No. 27 in the All-Time Money Leader. In the list, legendry player, Tiger Woods is ranked No1 with total career earnings of $120,851,706.
Here are the list how much Kevin earn per season:
As of 2021, his net worth is estimated $20 million.
Is Kevin Na Married? Know His Personal Life
Kevin Na is married to Julianne Na. The couple tied the knot on 24th April 2016, in a lavish ceremony.
On 19th August 2019, Kevin and his wife welcomed their first child Sophia Ria. Kevin skipped the Deutsche Bank Championship that year to be with Julianne and Sophia for the birth. He told the world, “Hard to leave home when I see my baby girl. No Deutsche Bank Championship. BMW next. It will be tough leaving home to play BMW” via IG post.
On the 2019 Mother’s Day, Kevin announced on Instagram that Julianne is expecting their second child (a boy). On 19th August 2019, they had a new member of the family, Leo LeeWoo Na at 23:58. 7 lbs 5 ounces (3.32kg).
Once, Na was involved in controversy after Na was ordered by a South Korean court to pay $170,000 to an unnamed ex-fiancee. As per the Korean Times, his ex-fiance accused Na of treating their relationship like “sexual slavery.” The duo met through a dating agency back in 2013 and was engaged soon afterward. Reportedly, Na and his ex-fiance traveled from tournament to tournament. After Na broke up with her, she filed a $420,000 lawsuit for financial damages among other legal grounds.
Na has played on the Asian Tour (with a win at the 2002 Volvo Masters of Asia), European Tour, and PGA Tour. In 2004, he made his PGA Tour debut where he came third at the Southern Farm Bureau Classic and fourth at the Honda Classic.
The following season, he finished second at the FBR Open and Chrysler Classic of Tucson. In 2009, he finished nine top-10 finishes and 14 top-25 finishes, which ranked him 19th place on the money list. That gave him entry to the Master's Tournament and the U.S. Open in 2010 for the first time.
He concluded the 2010 season coming second at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and third at the BMW Championship.
On 2nd October 2011, he won his first PGA Tour at the Northern Trust Open, beating Nick Watney. He ranked 30th in season earnings.
In 2012, he came fourth at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, reserved the fifth position at the Phoenix Open and AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, 7th at the Players Championship, and 12th at Masters Tournament.
Due to a back injury, Na did not appear in many events in the 2013 season.
In 2018 at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, he won his 2nd PGA Tour event. The following season, he claimed his third PGA Tour win, with a four-shot victory at the Charles Schwab Challenge in May and 4th in October same season at Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
In January 2021, Na won his fifth PGA Tour event at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
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