Harris English Net Worth

Harris English is a professional golfer from America and now he is a member of the PGA Tour. Are you curious about his net worth? If so, we have the information about it here together with the other information about him.

Harris English’s Net Worth

When we tried to find the information about Harris English’s Net Worth, we found different information from different sources as you can read below.

    • According to Full Celebs, Harris English has a net worth of $25 million from his career earnings with the PGA tour.
    • According to The Squander, his net worth in 2021 is around $4 million to $5 million.
    • According to Heightzone, his net worth is around $600 thousand.
    • According to Celebs Age Wiki, he has a net worth of $1 million to $5 million in 2021.

Harris English Net Worth

Harris English’s Early Life

Harris English is a professional PGA golfer. He was born on July 23rd, 1989 in Valdosta, Georgia. He became a student of The Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tennessee and he graduated in 2007.

In 2005, he won a Tennessee individual state title. Also, he won four Tennessee team state titles from 2004 to 2007. He committed to the University of Georgia in Athens as a high school junior. There, he played on the Bulldog golf team and graduated in 2011 with a business degree.

According to Full Celebs, before he got into the professional level, he took part in two Nationwide Tour events as an amateur. It was in 2011: the Stadion Athens Classic at UGA in May and the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational in July and there he won.

He was the Tour’s third amateur winner where he followed Daniel Summerhays in 2007 and Russell Henley in 2011. At the Scarlett Course of the Ohio State University Golf Club in Columbus, the tournament was held.

Here is a biodata of Harris English.

    • Name: Harris English
    • Gender: Male
    • Birth Date: July 23rd, 1989
    • Birth Place: Valdosta, Georgia
    • Nationality: American
    • Height: 6 ft 3 in or 191 cm
    • Weight: 185 lbs or 83 kg
    • Turned Pro: 2011
    • Wife: Helen Marie Bowers
    • Education: University of Georgia, Baylor School
    • Eye Color: Green
    • Hair Color: Light Brown
    • Shoe Size: 13 (US)
    • Father: Ben English
    • Mother: Martha English

Harris English’s Professional Career

Harris English's Professional Career

Harris English played in the Walker Cup in 2011 in Scotland. After that, he turned professional in September. He started his debut at the Nationwide Tour’s Soboba Golf Classic and he almost won his second event at the WNB Golf Classic. Unluckily, he lost in a playoff to Danny Lee. In December, he got his PGA Tour card for 2012 by finishing in a tie for 13th at the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament.

Harris English became a PGA Tour rookie in 2012 and he made 22 of 27 cuts with three top ten finishes. Over $1.18 million was earned by him to keep his tour card. In 2013, he secured his first victory at the FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis in June. Then, he won for the second time at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. A final round 65 brought him to a four stroke win over Brian Stuard.

In February 2015, he held the co-lead at the 54-hole stage of the Farmers Insurance Open together with J.B. Holmes. He made a birdie at the 72nd hole in the final round to join a four-man sudden-death playoff with Holmes, Jason Day and Scott Stallings. He played his lay-up into the thick rough at the first playoff hole and he could only make par on the par-five 18th hole where he was eliminated alongside Stallings.

In January 2021, Sentry Tournament of Champions at Kapalua Resort in Hawaii was won by him. He won in a playoff over Joaquin Niemann. In June 2021, he won the Travelers Championship with a birdie on the eighth playoff hole against Kramer Hickok. In PGA Tour history, it was the second longest playoff.

Harris English Achievements

For amateur wins, here they are.

    • Harris English won the Georgia State Amateur in 2007.
    • Harris English won the Southern Amateur in 2011.

And here are his professional wins.

PGA Tour Wins

    • On June 9th, 2013

Tournament: FedEx St. Jude Classic
Winning score: 66-64-69-69=268
To par: -12
Margin of victory: 2 strokes
Runner up: Phil Mickelson, Scott Stallings

    • November 17th, 2013

Tournament: OHL Classic at Mayakoba
Winning score: 66-62-68-65=263
To par: -21
Margin of victory: 4 strokes
Runner up: Brian Stuard

    • January 10th, 2021

Tournament: Sentry Tournament of Champions
Winning score: 65-67-66-69=267
To par: -25
Margin of victory: Playoff
Runner up: Joaquin Niemann

    • June 27th, 2021

Tournament: Travelers Championship
Winning score: 67-68-67-65=267
To par: -13
Margin of victory: Playoff
Runner up: Kramer Hickok

PGA Tour Playoff Record (2-1)

    • In 2015

Tournament: Farmers Insurance Open
Opponents: Jason Day, J.B. Holmes, Scott Stallings
Result: Day won with par on the second extra hole. English and Stallings are eliminated with birdie on the first hole.

    • In 2021

Tournament: Sentry Tournament of Champions
Opponents: Joaquin Niemann
Result: Harris English won with birdie on first extra hole

    • In 2021

Tournament: Travelers Championship
Opponents: Kramer Hickok
Result: Harris English won with birdie on eighth extra hole

Nationwide Tour Wins

    • July 24th, 2011

Tournament: Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational
Winning Score: 66-66-68-70-270
To Par: -14
Margin of victory: 1 stroke
Runners up: John Peterson, Kyle Reifers

Nationwide Tour Playoff Record

    • In 2011

Tournament: WNB Golf Classic
Opponent: Danny Lee
Result: Harris English lost to par on first extra hole

Other Wins

    • On December 15th, 2013

Tournament: Franklin Templeton Shootout (with Matt Kuchar)
Winning Score: 64-60-58=182
To par: -34
Margin of victory: 7 strokes
Runners up: Retief Goosen and Freddie Jacobson

    • On December 10th, 2016

Tournament: Franklin Templeton Shootout (with Matt Kuchar)
Winning Score: 57-66-65=188
To Par: -28
Margin of victory: 1 stroke
Runners up: Jerry Kelly and Steve Stricker

    • On December 13th, 2020

Tournament: QBE Shootout (with Matt Kuchar)
Winning Score: 58-61-60=179
To Par: -37
Margin of victory: 9 strokes
Runners-up: Rory Sabbatini and Kevin Tway

About Harris English’s Wife

Harris English’s wife is Helen Marie Bowers. On February 11th, 2017, this couple exchanged the vows in a blissful colorful wedding ceremony. Ocean Forest Golf Club, Sea land, Georgia is the venue of their wedding.

Helen Marie Bowers works as an areal estate agent which is based in St Simons Island, Georgia. Now, Harris English and his wife live in Sea land, Georgia.

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