Kramer Hickok is an American professional golfer who currently competes in the PGA Tour. He formerly played on the Web.com Tour and PGA Tour Canada. His major achievements include PGA Tour Canada's Player of the Year (2017), Dap Championship (2018), and Travelers Championship (2021).
Hickock was born in Austin Texas on April 14, 1992. He is a former student of the University of Texas and was a freshman the same year as Jordan Speith also his roommate. In fact, he had caddied for Speith during 2011 AT&T Byron Nelson. Hickock graduated in 2015 with a degree in geography.
Kramer Hickok's Career
Hickock turned professional in 2016 with his first tournament being the Panama Championship where he finished tied for 64th place. In 2017, he played on the PGA Tour Canada where he earned player of the year honors, winning twice during the season; the Players Cup and the Ontario Championship.
Kramer Hickok is the winner of the PGA Tour Canada Player of the Year 2017 SOURCE: Herald Sun
That season, he also won the Order of Merit. On the Web.com tour, he secured the 2018 DAP Championship ahead of Hunter Mahan and Matt Jones by three strokes. Going wire to wire, he matched the course record with a single round of 63 on the first day. He managed to place himself second in the 2018 edition of the Web.com tour, consequently earning his PGA Tour card for the 2019 season.
In his debut PGA season, Hickock made 13 cuts out of 24 competitions. In the next campaign, he was eligible for a total of seven payouts. His best finish in 2021 was at the Travelers Championship on June 24 where he ranked himself at 1st position with an overall score of 63-69-68-0 -- 200 (-10).
Kramer Hickock's Net Worth And Career Earnings
It wasn't until 2016, that the University of Texas alum started to make cuts in golf. That season, he managed to get monetary rewards from two events, Panama Claro Championship ($1,556) and Digital Ally Open ($1,560). The following year, he made around $75,300 finishing 19th in the RBC Canadian Open. In 2018, his gross earnings totaled $396,969 from 17 out of 25 possible purses.
Kramer Hickok after winning the Ontario Championship SOURCE: Inside Golf
The following year, he generated a little over $493,000 cashed-in from 16 tournaments. His year-round income in 2020 added up to $253,646 with his season's best rake being the Honda Classic. Since the start of the 2021 season, he has pocketed over $504,000 having competed in 20 events.
As of yet, Espn reports, the 27-year-old Austin-born golfer has hit close to $2million in career earnings. Accordingly, his net worth could be surmised within the vicinage of $1million. There's a very good chance the figure might be higher considering his major sponsorship partners Discovery Land Company, Vessel Golf, and Grey Son Clothiers.
Kramer's Hickock Wife
To his followers' knowledge, Hickock has been committed to his wife, Anne Hakula since 2014. Also the year, she started featuring on the golfer's Insta. Hickock gradually confessed about his relationship with the Finnish native through several of his Instagram posts.
Kramer Hickok with his wife Anne Hakula SOURCE: Instagram
Thereafter, the recent Travelers Championship winner and the blonde continued to pop up in the same frame on each other's Instagram accounts with the duo occasionally wishing themselves anniversaries, birthdays, and so on.
Hakala and the Texans are believed to have sparked their union while they were students at the University of Texas.
Kramer Hickok married his longtime girlfriend Anne Hakula in December 2020 SOURCE: Instagram
On December 8, 2019, the couple got engaged in Napa Valley Wine Country, California. The pair had their wedding a year later on December 7, 2020, at Perkins Chapel, SMU in Dallas, Texas.