- Date of Birth
- Age 42 Years Old
- Famous Name Smallrus
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Kevin Stadler
- Birth Place Reno, Nevada
- Famous Name Smallrus
- Father Craig Robert Stadler
- Mother Susan Barrett
- Net Worth $8 Million
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity Mixed
- Profession Golf Player
- Currently Working For PGA
- University attended University of Southern California
- Religion Christian
- Rank 52 (April 2014)
Kevin Stadler is a well-established American professional golf player. He is currently playing in the PGA tour since 2004. Kevin made his professional debut in 2002. Stadler played in the European tour and the PGA Tour of Australiasia. He has won nine events, including PGA Tour, European Tour, Asian Tour, and a few more.
Kevin Stadler was born on February 5, 1980, in Reno, Nevada. He is among the two children born to Craig Robert Stadler and his wife, Susan Barrett. His father American professional golfer who has won numerous tournaments at both the PGA Tour and Champions Tour level, including one major championship, the 1982 Masters Tournament. Kevin has a brother named Chris. Stadler graduated from Kent Denver School and enrolled at the University of Southern California. Kevin stands five feet and ten inches tall and weighs 110 kg.
Kevin Stadler's Career Earnings, Net Worth, and Prize Money
Kevin Stadler has an estimated net worth of more than $8 Million. Stadler has earned much of his net worth through his prize money from the PGA events and sponsors. Stadler has earned the most from Waste Management Phoenix Open, worth more than $1,276,298. Kevin's father, Craig, earned $10,021,897 in his professional career that spans over two decades.
Kevin earned $49,541 in his rookie year at the 2003/4 season of the PGA. The following season, He took home $367,775 when he made cuts in fifteen events. In the 2006/7 season, Stadler crossed his million earning mark when Kevin made $810,876 in a single season. In the following season, he earned more than $2.5 Million. In the 2011/12 season, Stadler took home $1,546,036 and while appearing in twenty-five events and making cuts in eighteen events.
In the 2012/13 season, Kevin made $1,281 177 from twenty-five events. The following season, He earned $2,300,307, his highest earnings in a single season of the PGA tour. He had an injury in the 2014/15 season and was out of the PGA tour for the next three seasons. Totaling his career earnings from golf, it sums to $9,730,387.
Kevin started playing from a very early age. He played golf, and his father was part of his High School Golf Team and played for Southern California. Stadler turned professional in 2002, right after graduating from the University. The golf player started his career in the Nationwide Tour and won his first title at the Johnnie Walker Classic in Australia.
Kevin won his first and only PGA Tour title in February 2014 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Kevin is nicknamed "Smallrus," a play on his father's nickname of "Walrus." He remained out of the game for more than a year due to the injury. Kevin attempted a comeback on the Web.com Tour's Digital Ally Open in 2017, but he withdrew after the first round. In early 2021, Kevin made his comeback in the PGA tours and has appeared in seventeen events.
Relationship Status: Unknown
Kevin has not shared a word about his married life in public. He is very much private about his love life. Stadler must be living a happy married life along with his family members. He is very close to his father and spends a lot of his free time with his parents.
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