Marc Leishman has a net worth of $12 Million. Marc has over 10 professional wins to his name to date.
His professional wins over the years have helped him make adequate regular earnings.
Marc Leishman’s wife is Audrey Hills. They married in 2010.
The pair has three children together. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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Marc’s wife Audrey admitted to the hospital in 2015 due to acute respiratory distress syndrome. She went to an induced coma.
Eventually, Audrey recovered and returned home. The pair have a stable marriage.
Marc Leishman is of Australian nationality. He was born in Warrnambool, Australia.
Initially, he began his career in golf in Australia.
Marc Leishman was born to parents Paul and Pelita Leishman. His family is very supportive of Marc’s career in golf.
His father also used to play golf. In fact, Marc played in the same group as his father when he was 13 years old.
Marc Leishman won the Victorian Junior Masters in 2011. Additionally, he also won the South Australian Junior Masters.
After turning professional in 2005, he played on the Von Nida Tour. He competed on the Nationwide Tour in 2007 as his rookie season.
In the Nationwide Tour of 2008, he won the maiden title. In addition, he finished the season ranked 19th on the money list.
Marc began turning heads after 2009. He was the Rookie of the Year in 2009. In this season, he finished as a runner-up just behind the legendary Tiger Woods. This was in the BMW Championship.
Similarly, at the Farmers Insurance Open, Marc registered his second runner-up finish. In both years, 2010 and 2011, he reached the BMW Championship. To date, he has taken part in 4 PGA Tours.
On June 2012, he won his first tournament at the Travelers Championship. He also finished as a joint runner-up at The Open Championship which took place in July 2015.
Marc won his second PGA Tour event on 19 March 2017. Additionally, in the same year, he also won his third PGA Tour event.
Ass his amateur win, he has won the Victorian Junior Masters and Lake Macquarie Amateur. Furthermore, as a profession, he has recorded 12 wins so far.
He has four PGA Tour wins to date. Moreover, he also has one European Tour win and 1 Sunshine Tour win to his name.
On 12 October 2008, Marc also won the Nationwide Tour. In 2006, he won the Jisan Resort Open. In addition, he won the Cairns Classic in 2006, Toyota Southern Classic in 2007 and Victorian PGA Championship in 2008.
On the international level, Marc has represented his country at the Presidents Cup in 2013, 2015, and 2017. Additionally, he has also represented Australia at the World Cup in two occasions in 2016 and 2018.
In 2017, Marc received the Greg Norman Medal. He is also the 2006’s Von Nida Tour Money List winner.
More recently, Marc shot a 4-under 66 with four birdies in the 2019 Travelers Championship’s opening.