Jessica Korda is an American professional Golfer who started career representing the Czech Republic in the 2006 World Amateur Team Championship. Despite her parents being both tennis players, but she prefers to play golf. She has proven her passion on golf very well where she is participating in the current Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA).
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Jessica Korda Net Worth
According to Wealthy Genius, Jessica Korda’s net worth is estimated at $5 million. She has accumulated most of her net worth through her initial success with golf. She has had a bright career so far and it brought her good enough wealth. At a very young age, it’s commendable to earn what she earns.
Korda won roughly $165,000 in her first tournament which was praise-worthy. Later, her salary has been increasing. She earned $300,000 in 2015, as proof that is surely reaching for the stars with her golf skills.
Korda has been playing at the professional level since 2011 and won five major tournaments. She also should be earning millions from her contract with Adidas. Since her debut, she has been continuing the deal with Adidas.
As per the contract, she has to play TaylorMade metalwoods, wedges, irons, balls and wear Adidas Golf apparel and footwear. She has been working as the sports ambassador for Spain’s No 1 dermatological company, ISDIN, since April 2020.
Korda is ranked at 46th position among the LPGA Tour Money Leaders with $246,578. As of December 2020, Korda has earned a total of $6,042,865 from her golf career and millions from others.
Additionally, Korda won her first major prize money in 2013, roughly $339,320. Her earnings crossed over$1 million, after that, she earned more than $800,000 in 2014. Lastly, she earned a stunning $300,000 which certainly boosted her net worth by a lot in 2015.
Korsa seems to have her golf accomplishments not only from training, but also from good genes since her both parents are professional players. Well, to know Korda privately, someone should be a professional golfer too as we know that she has been dating a professional golfer, Johnny DelPrete.
Jessica Korda’s Career
Korda has recorded some milestones in her professional debut as a golfer. In the second event of her debut season in 2011, she turned 10 and subsequently played in 15 events. Well, Korda recorded her best finish with a tie for 9th at the Avnet LPGA classic. In the same year, Korda also tied for 45th place at the ‘HSBC Women’s Champions’.
At the beginning of the 2012, Korda won her first tournament as a professional when she defeated all her opponents which become a Rolex first time Winner, at the the “Women’s Australian Open” at Royal Melbourne.
In the same year, she passed the cut in 16 of the 20 events where she participated and finished twice in the top 10 and achieved winnings for more than $330,000.
In 2013, Korda made the cut in all of the 21 events where she participated and brought back home money prizes for more than $590,000. In this season, she reached 6 top 10 finishes including a season-best tie for second at the ‘Mobile Bay LPGA Classic’.
a heated disagreement with her caddie, Jason Gilroyed turned messy at the 2013 U.S. Women’s Open that saw the caddie axed. Once she fired him, she requested for her boyfriend, Johnny DelPrete to be her caddie for the rest of the season.
In January 2014, her second LPGA Tour title win was not far from the first. Korda took the title at the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic. She also finished one shot ahead of fellow golf star. She also made the cuts in 18 of the 23 events where she participated and earned over the mark of $1 million.
In the same year, Korda completed 4 times in the top 10 and achieved two victories, a third rank at ‘Blue Bay LPGA’ and a tenth rank in the ‘Rolex Player of the Year’ points race.
By 2015, Korda won her fourth career’s title in the ‘Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia’ which surpassed the $2 million mark in career earnings. She also made the cut in 17 of the 24 events where she participated and achieved season earnings for more than $590,000. Additionally, she also finished tied at the 15th place at the ‘Kia Classic’.
In the year of 2016, Korda was the runner-up at the ‘Blue Bay LPGA’. In this championship, she crossed the mark of $3 million won in career and earned prizes for more than $690,000 where she passed the cut in 19 out of 23 events where she participated during this season.
In 2017, Korda made the cut in 19 of the 23 events where she participated and brought back home with more than $700,000 in prizes. During the ‘U.S. Solheim Cup’ team, Korda injured her wrist. Because of this incident, her season finished earlier than she had wanted.
In 2018, Korda won the ‘Honda LPGA Thailand’, earning roughly $240,000, right after having surgery to her jaw.
Jessica Korda’s Life
Jessica Regina Korda was born on February 27, 1993 in Bradenton, Florida. She is a daughter of Regina Rajchrtova and Petr Korda. Her mother is a well-known tennis player and her father is also a former professional tennis player. Korda has a sister named Nelly and a brother named Sebastian.
Korda is an American and also of Czech Jewist descent. She emerged victorious at the 2010 South Atlantic Amateur and also took the runner-up position at the 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur.
Jorda was the golfer who represented the Czech Republic and the United States during the World Amateur Team Championship Espirito Santo Trophy in 2006 and 2010 respectively.
Korda then entered the LPGA Tour Qualifying School when she was 17 years old. Even though she finished runner-up in the final Qualifying Tournament, she became eligible to be called a full member of the LPGA Tour in 2011.