Scott Harrington

by John Max 07 Feb,2021
Scott Harrington
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Scott Harrington
  • Birth Place Eugene, Oregon
  • Famous Name Scott Harrington
  • Father Bob Harrington
  • Mother Mary Harrington
  • Net Worth $1 million
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession Golf Player
  • Currently Working For PGA Tour
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Jenn Harrington

Scott Harrington is an American professional golf player who currently plays in the PGA. Turned professional in 2003, he joined the PGA Tour in 2020 where he is ranked top 125 in 2019-20 FedExCup standings (thru 2020-21). Earlier, he played for Korn Ferry Tour (Joined in 2004).  

Eugene, Oregon native, Scott Harrington was born on 16th November 1980, under the star sign Scorpio. The forty years old holds an American nationality and is of white ethnic background. Regarding his physique, he stands 6 ft, 2 in tall and weighs 175 lbs.

How Much Is Scott Harrington's Net Worth In 2021?

Not to mention, every professional golfer is paid a percentage of the purse for each tournament they play in and finish in the money. Outside the court, they earn from sponsorship and endorsement deals.

About Harrington's career earning, he summoned $1,873,708 to date since he turned professional in 2013. He joined the PGA tour in 2019 and has pursued $109,251 solely in the 2021 season. the Scottsdale, AZ resident has an estimated net worth of over $1 million as of 2021. 

Is Scott Harrington's Married?

Scott and Jenn Harrington tied the knot in December 2016, after meeting through a mutual friend earlier in the decade.

Scott and his wife Jenn Harrington SOURCE: Instagram @scottyglf Verified

In August 2017, Scott's wifey was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. She underwent three-and-a-half months of chemotherapy and was declared cancer-free in December 2017. However, on May 11 2018, doctors informed the Harringtons that her cancer had returned. Further, an intense chemotherapy program for two to three months, and from there undergo a bone marrow transplant. Harrington's wife is now improving.

Mr. and Mrs. Harrington does not have their bio child but they are parents to their four legs babies. 

Got started in the game by his parents

Scott Harrington is the son of Bob and Mary: both avid golf players. His father, Bob, a former president of the Oregon Golf Association played in the 2003 U.S. Senior Open as an amateur. Reportedly, Scott played the piano for 11 years as well as participated in numerous competitions. 

He enrolled at Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon. Upon graduation, he attended Northwestern University and majored in communication. A Portland native, Scott supports all area sports teams.

Golf Career

In 2004, Scott joined the Korn Ferry Tour, finishing the year No. 108 that year. In 2006, he made PGA TOUR start and also won the Gateway Tour's Desert Series. In 2007, he appeared for a second consecutive year at the Oregon Classic, finishing T75. Further, he played in 16 Korn Ferry Tour events and made just three cuts in the 2008 season.

In 2009, he started three-game, making one cut on the Korn Ferry Tour. The following season, he competed on PGA TOUR Canada as well as made seven of nine cuts. 

He missed the 2011 season but came back the following season where he made the cut in five of nine Korn Ferry Tour tournaments and finished the year 69th on the money list. In the same years, he had four PGA TOUR Canada starts in June and July. 

He finished the 2013 season with 12 of 25 cuts in Korn Ferry Tour starts and had three top-25 finishes. In 2014, he entered 19 Korn Ferry Tour tournaments, recording three top-25s. Made 12 cuts. He ended the 2015 seasons with 18 starts, one third-place finish, two top-fives, five top-25s, and 13 made cuts. In 2016, he finished the Korn Ferry Tour season with 23 starts, one top-10, five top-25s, and 16 made cuts.

In 2019, Scott earned PGA TOUR membership for the first time by finishing No. 19 on the Korn Ferry Tour. In the 2020 season, he was one of eight rookies to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs and ended the season at No. 98 in the FedExCup standings. What's more? Scott recorded three top-25 finishes and made 11 of 22 cuts, highlighted by a runner-up at the Houston Open.

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