Golfer Kevin Na’s Net Worth: Therichest.com has listed Golfer Kevin Na’s net worth as $25 Million. Kevin reportedly had a salary of $3,578,000 in 2018 and $1,728,000 in 2017.
Since he has taken part in a number of professional tours to date, he has been a regular face in the world of golf. Professional golfers are paid a good sum of money for their participation in golf.
Kevin Na and his wife Julianne Na married on April 24, 2017. They have a daughter from their marriage who is named Sophia Ria. Sophia was born on August 29, 2016.
Although Julianne has kept herself away from the media spotlight, for the most part, she has accompanied her husband Kevin on several occasions.
Recently, after winning the Charles Schwab Challenge on May 26, 2019, Kevin was pictured celebrating with his wife Julianne and his daughter Sophie. Kevin and Julianne are expecting a second child together.
Kevin Na, as well as his wife Julianne, are both from South Korea. Kevin was born in Seoul, South Korea. Later, his family emigrated to the United States. He was eight years old at the time.
After moving from South Korea, the family settled in southern California. Kevin spent his remaining childhood days there.
According to Kevin’s Wikipedia page, he has dual nationality of America as well as South Korea. He currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Since Kevin Na has an impressive net worth and a handsome regular salary, he probably has multiple houses in the United States.
In the pictures that he shares on his Instagram page, fans can see him in front of a kitchen or in his garage. This proves that Kevin, in fact, has at least one house at present.
Several sites have revealed that Kevin currently resides in the Southern Highlands of Las Vegas, Nevada.
When Kevin left the Diamond Bar High School to play professional golf, he was just 17 years of age. He has since then been part of numerous tournaments and has 3 PGA tour to his name.
Kevin finished third in the Southern Farm Bureau Classic. Additionally, he finished second at the FBR Open as well as the Chrysler Classic of Tucson in 2005.
After missing six months due to a hand injury in 2006, Kevin finished in the fourth position at the Verizon Heritage in 2007. 2008 and 2009 was also a good year for him which helped him secure entry to the Masters Tournament in 2010.
Kevin had a scorecard of 72-69-70-67 in the PGA Championship which took place in August 2011. So far, he has three PGA Tour wins and 1 nationwide win. Additionally, he has won 1 Asia Tour and Web.com Tour. All in all, Kevin has 6 professional wins to his name.
Recently, Kevin made the news after he gifted the 1973 Dodge Challenger prize to his present caddie Kenny Harms. This came after he picked up his third career win on Tour at the Charles Schwab Challenge which was held at the Colonial Country Club.