Women golf player, Nelly Korda has come into the global golf limelight in early June 2021 for winning her major at The Highlands Course in Atlanta and finished under 29 overall. She has already gained huge popularity and fame for her skills. She is also playing at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and now the viewers who are following Nelly in the Olympics want to know more about her life and her net worth as well. As everyone knows that there is a huge craze for the Olympics among the viewers. Several players are getting a huge name and fame for their appearance in the Olympics. Here, we have all details about Nelly Korda and her net worth.
Nelly Korda Net Worth 2021
Nelly Korda is an American professional golfer who mainly plays for the LPGA tour. She has received 6 victories in the LGPA. She also performed in the Solheim Cup 2019. In 2015, she was a group member of the US Junior Solheim Cup. She also played in the U.S. Women’s Open. In 2016, she started her professional career on the Symetra Tour. She got the victory in her first professional event Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge In October 2018, she earned the Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship located in Taoyuan. She was also the runner-up at the CME Group Tour Championship.
Nelly placed at the first position in the Women’s LPGA when she won a match against her teammate Lizette Salas. She took birth on 28 July 1998 in Bradenton, Florida. Her father’s name is Petr Koda who is the daughter of a retired Czech professional tennis player and her mother’s name is Regina Rajchrtova. Her father won the crown of 1998 Australian Open and was also a tennis grand slam champion. He has two siblings whose names are Sebastian and Jessica Korda. They both are also sports players.
At the end of 2019, she started dating Andreas Athanasiou who is in the Canadian NHL and plays for the Los Angeles Kings. She got the victory by 8 shots in the Lacoste Ladies Open De France. She won the LPGA Classic in Grand Rapids in June 2021. She has a net worth around of $1 million. When she won the Taiwan Championship, she and her sister Jessica become the third pair of sisters in LPGA history. With her victory over Lizette Salas, she came out as the No. 1 player in the whole world. Currently, she is performing in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and gaining lots of attention and notoriety. Stay tuned with us for more updates.