Nick Watney

Nicholas Alan Watney, professionally known as Nick Watney is an American professional golfer. Having turned professional in 2003, he currently competes on the PGA Tour. He won his first professional win at the 2003 Lewis Chitengwa Memorial on the Canadian Tour and won his first PGA Tour event at the 2007 Zurich Classics of New Orleans. He won the biggest tournament of his career at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in 2011. He broke into the top ten rankings in July 2011. He reached World No. 9 after he won the AT&T National in 2011. As of 2020, he has won 5 PGA Tour, 1 European Tour, 1 Asian Tour, 1 Korn Ferry Tour, and 2 other events. He played collegiate golf at Fresno State University and won the Palmers Cup in 2002.

What is Nick Watney’s claim to fame?

Won the WGC-Cadillac Championship in 2011.

The AT&T National was won in 2011.

Nick Watney was born in the United Kingdom.

On April 25, 1981, Nick Watney was born. Nicholas Alan Watney is his given name. In the United States, he was born in Sacramento, California. He is a citizen of the United States of America. He is of white descent and follows the Christian faith. His parents’ information will be changed shortly. Taurus is his zodiac sign.

In terms of his education, he graduated from Davis Senior High School. He began playing golf when he was in high school. He went to Fresno State University after high school. He was a three-time All-American in the sport of golf. In 2002, he was a member of the Palmer Cup-winning college team.

Nick Watney’s Professional Life

In 2003, Nick Watney began his professional career.

In 2003, he won his first professional event at the Canadian Tour’s Lewis Chitengwa Memorial.

He qualified for the PGA Tour after winning the Nationwide Tour Championship at the end of the season.

In 2007, he won his first PGA Tour tournament, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

He moved into the top 100 of the Official World Golf Ranking as a result of his victory.

At the 2009 Buick Invitational, he won his second PGA Tour event.

He rose to number 76 in the World Golf Rankings as a result of his victory.

In 2009, he was a part of Team USA that won the World Cup.

At the 2010 PGA Championship, he tied for 18th position. He was three shots clear of the field heading into the final round.

In 2011, he won the most important tournament of his career. In March, he captured the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

With the victory, he climbed to number 15 for the first time in his career.

In July 2011, he captured his fourth PGA Tour title at the AT&T National.

He climbed into the top ten of the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time at No. 9 with the victory.

He was third on the PGA Tour money list at the end of the 2011 season.

He was a part of the 2011 President’s Cup-winning American team. On the final day, he beat K.J. Choi.

During the first round of the 2012 U.S. Open, he made a double eagle on the par-five 17th hole.

In August 2012, he won The Barclays, the first of four FedEx Cup playoff games.

Following the FedEx Cup playoffs, he came in fourth place.

On the PGA Tour’s money list, he finished 22nd.

In October 2012, he won the Malaysian CIMB Classic on the Asia Tour. He set a new course record with a score of 61.

In 2012, he was a member of the PGA Tour team that won Wendy’s 3-Tour Challenge.

In 2013, he finished second in the BMW Championship.

In 2013, he placed fourth at the Farmers Insurance Open, ninth at The Barclays, tenth at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, and tenth at the Wells Fargo Championship.

He ended the 2013 PGA Tour season in 24th position on the money list.

In 2014, he took fifth place at the Wyndham Championship and eighth place at the Barracuda Championship.

He finished 106th on the PGA Tour’s money list in 2014.

In 2015, he took second place at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, seventh place at the Farmers Insurance Open, and tenth place at the AT&T Byron Nelson.

He ended the 2015 PGA Tour season in 55th place on the money list.

Due to a herniated disc in his lower back, he missed the following season.

He was on a Major Medical Extension for the 2016-17 season.

In 2018, he finished second in the Wells Fargo Championship.

In 2018, he finished 88th on the PGA Tour’s money list.

In June 2020, he tested positive for COVID-19 while competing in the RBC Heritage.

Nick Watney Wife

Nick Watney is a married man. He is married to Amber Watney. They tied a knot to each other in 2010. The couple has 4 children together. More information about his personal life will be updated soon.

His residence is in Henderson, Nevada.

Nick Watney Height

Nick Watney stands at a height of 1.88 m i.e. 6 feet and 2 inches tall. He has a body weight of 180 lbs 82 kg. He has an average body build. His eye color is blue and his hair color is dark brown. His sexual orientation is straight.

Nick Watney Net Worth

Nick Watney earns from his professional career as a golfer. Having turned professional in 2003, he has recorded 5 PGA Tour wins. As of 2020, he has made career earnings of $27.8 million. His income comes from contracts, prize money, and endorsements. His net worth is estimated at around $5 million.

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