Maria Fassi

Himanshu 11 Apr,2023

Facts of Maria Fassi

Honda Sports Award 2019
Full Name
María Fassi
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María Fassi
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María Fassi
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Andres Fassi
Fabiana Alvarez Fassi
Sebastian, Fronco and Juan Pablo
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Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$1.5 million
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Mexican professional golfer on the LPGA
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Amateur Golfer


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Maria Fassi is a Mexican professional golfer who has been making a name and fame in the golfing world with her exceptional talent and skill. Fassi began playing golf at the young age of five. She started playing competitively at the age of 12 and quickly rose through the ranks professionally to become one of the most promising young golfers in Mexico.

María Fassi is an outstanding golfer in her country, and she has amassed an impressive net worth of $1.5 million. Her earnings are totally from her professional golfing, prize money, and salary. María is either currently not dating anyone or she is keeping her relationship in the gray to not let the public know about her romantic life. For now, she is supposedly single. 

What is Maria Fassi Net Worth? Know About Her Prize Money, and Career Earnings 

María Fassi's net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million. This figure takes into account her earnings on the course as well as any endorsements or sponsorships she may have.

According to the website NBC Sports, María Fassi's career earnings so far are $859,414. This figure includes all of the prize money she has won on the LPGA tour.

MaríaMaría Fassi in a shootout trial after a golf match, 2021 SOURCE:

María Fassi has also won money on the Symetra Tour. This is a developmental tour for the LPGA and provides opportunities for up-and-coming golfers to gain experience and earn money. María Fassi has earned $15,779 in prize money on the Symetra Tour.

María Fassi's success on the course has also led to endorsement deals and sponsorship opportunities. While the exact value of these deals is not publicly known, it is safe to assume that they have contributed significantly to her net worth.

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Who is Maria Fassi Husband? Know About Her Relationship Status, and Dating  History

Maria Fassi is not dating anyone as she is not seen with anyone romantically in the public eye. Either she is keeping her romantic side of life a secret or she is, in fact, not dating anyone currently.

MaríaMaría Fassi during her summer vacation in Mexico, August 2022 SOURCE:

Either way, it shows that María is more focused on her career and her determination on striving for the best. If María were to hint at or announce anything related to her love life, it will be updated right away in this article.

Maria Fassi WITB: What's in the Bag?

Fassi's golf bag is a mix of clubs from different manufacturers. She uses a Ping G425 LST driver, TaylorMade SIM2 Max fairway woods, and a Ping G425 hybrid.

MaríaMaría Fassi's Golf Bag Equipments, 2019 SOURCE:

Her irons are a mix of Callaway Apex and TaylorMade P7MC, and she uses a Callaway JAWS MD5 wedge for her short game. Her putter is a TaylorMade Spider X.

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College and Professional Golfing Career and Statistics

Maria Fassi is a Mexican professional golfer born on March 25, 1998, in Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico. Fassi has had an impressive collegiate career playing for the Arkansas Razorbacks women's golf team where she earned numerous accolades, including winning the 2019 NCAA Individual National Championship. Fassi's professional career began in 2019, and she has already made significant strides in the game. 

Collegiate Statistics

Fassi's collegiate career was nothing short of remarkable. She won ten individual titles in her four years at the University of Arkansas and was named to the All-SEC First Team every year. She was also named the SEC Women's Golf Player of the Year twice and won the 2019 Honda Sport Award for Golf. Fassi was a two-time winner of the ANNIKA Award, which recognizes the best female college golfer in the United States.

Fassi's best round as a Razorback was a 64, which she achieved twice in the Evans-Derby Experience and the Mason Rudolph Championship. She also had an impressive low tournament score of 200, which she achieved in the Mason Rudolph Championship in September 2017. Fassi finished her collegiate career with a 72.03 scoring average, the best in Arkansas Razorbacks women's golf history.

In her junior year, Fassi set a program record for the most wins in a single season, winning seven tournaments. She also became the first Razorback to win an individual NCAA Regional title and was the runner-up at the SEC Championship. Fassi set a school record for the most rounds of par or lower in a single season with 25, and her three rounds of 200, 202, and 206 all rank in the top five in program history.

MaríaMaría Fassi calculating her shot during a match, May 2018 SOURCE:

As a sophomore, Fassi won the ANNIKA Intercollegiate, posting a career-low score of 205 with rounds of 71-66-68. She had three top-10 finishes and was one of the Razorbacks' top two finishers in five events. In her freshman year, Fassi joined the team in January 2016 after graduating high school early and played in all seven spring tournaments, winning her first collegiate tournament at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic.

Fassi's golf statistics at the collegiate level are nothing short of impressive. She finished her senior year with a scoring average of 71.12, which ranks second in Arkansas Razorbacks women's golf history. Fassi ranks third in program history for the lowest scoring average in a single season with 70.50 in her junior year. She also holds the program record for the most rounds of par or better with 64.

Fassi's professional career started in 2019 when she earned her LPGA Tour card. In her first season, she recorded a top-five finish, finishing tied for fourth at the Drive On Championship. Fassi's 2020 season was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and she only played in nine events. She missed the cut in five of those events and finished the season ranked 88th on the LPGA Tour money list.

Fassi has continued to make progress in her professional career in 2021. She recorded her career-best finish at the Lotte Championship, where she finished tied for second. Fassi is currently ranked 76th on the LPGA Tour money list and has earned $290,384.

Professional Statistics

After graduating from the University of Arkansas in 2019, María Fassi turned professional in June of 2019. She made her professional debut at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, where she finished tied for 55th. In July 2019, she competed at the Marathon Classic, where she tied for 35th. In August of that year, she played at the Women’s British Open, where she finished tied for 12th.

In 2019, Fassi won the Women's Amateur Latin America Championship and played for the International Team in the Solheim Cup. She also earned her LPGA Tour card after finishing second in the Q-Series. In her rookie season on the LPGA Tour in 2020, Fassi recorded her best finish at the Drive On Championship, where she finished tied for fourth.

MaríaMaría Fassi celebrates after winning the NCAA Championship, May 2020 SOURCE:

In 2020, Fassi made eight starts on the LPGA Tour. Her best finish was tied for 15th at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. She also made two starts on the Symetra Tour, where she had a best finish of tied for 19th at the IOA Championship. In 2021, Fassi made 14 starts on the LPGA Tour, with a best finish of tied for sixth at the Meijer LPGA Classic. She also had five top-25 finishes in her 14 starts.

As of her last event played in 2021, Fassi has made 22 career starts on the LPGA Tour. She has made the cut in 16 of those starts, with four top-10 finishes. Her career earnings on the LPGA Tour total $290,384. In addition to her professional career, Fassi has represented Mexico in several international events, including 2016, 2018, and 2020 World Amateur Team Championships.


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