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Lindsey Weaver-Wright is an American professional golfer. She currently plays on the LPGA Tour and shot a 59 during the 2012 Ping Junior Interclub match to become the second female golfer in history to do so, the first being Annika Sörenstam.
|Net Worth||$3 million|
Lindsey Kathryn Weaver-Wright was born on September 16, 1993 (age 29 years) in Waite Hill, Ohio, United States. She is the daughter of American parents. Her path to professional golf started at age two. Her father Craig Weaver, a runner who ran track at Otterbein University, used to carry her from shot to shot when she got tired of playing.
Weaver’s family relocated to Scottsdale, Arizona when she was 11 so that she and her older sister Lauren, who later would play golf at Northwestern University, could play and practice year-round. The same year she volunteered at the LPGA’s Safeway Classic held in Arizona and met Annika Sörenstam and Brittany Lincicome, which served as inspiration.
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She attended Cactus Shadows High School in Scottsdale and had a successful junior career. She was named Rolex Junior All-American four times, winning regional and state championships in her freshman year. She recorded 11 AJGA individual wins from 2006–2012 including four in 2012, ranking as the top female golfer in the AJGA for most wins in a single year. She also set the record for most years with at least one win, having secured a title each in the seven years 2006–2012.
Lindsey Weaver helped the U.S. capture the 2011 Junior Solheim Cup after securing a crucial 12th point with a 2 and 1 win over England’s Charley Hull. She qualified for the 2012 U.S. Women’s Open by shooting a 71-69 at Scottsdale’s Terravita Golf Club.
Weaver shot a 59 on the Apache Course at Desert Mountain during the 2012 Ping Junior Interclub match to become the second female golfer in history to do so, the first being Annika Sörenstam. She ranked as the No. 3 recruit in the nation on the Junior Golf Scoreboard, seventh in the Golfweek Junior Golf rankings, and 20th in the Polo golf rankings coming out of high school.
Lindsey Weaver graduated high school in 2012 and was awarded a full athletic scholarship to the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. In her freshman year, she finished the fall season ranked as the number one collegiate golfer in the nation according to Golfstat’s rankings.
Weaver set a school record by posting the lowest-ever scoring average of 72.71 and set the record for the lowest score in the history of the Big East Conference Championship when she won with 210 (−6). She was named both Big East Conference Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year.
After her freshman year at Notre Dame, Weaver transferred to the University of Arizona and joined the Arizona Wildcats women’s golf team. In 2014, she was individual runner-up at the PAC-12 Championship behind Alison Lee and finished tied 16th at the NCAA Championship, and played in the U.S. Women’s Amateur.
Lindsey Weaver led the Wildcats in scoring average each of her three seasons and won the Pac-12 Conference Championship with the Wildcats in 2015. She was twice named WGCA All-American. She qualified for the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open.
Lindsey Weaver turned professional after her graduation in May 2016. She quickly entered a Cactus Tour event at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California, which she won. She went through LPGA Qualifying Tournament and joined the Symetra Tour in 2017, where she finished 4th at her first event, the Florida’s Natural Charity Classic.
Weaver recorded 11 top-10 finishes in her rookie season, including a victory at the Guardian Championship. She finished seventh on the Symetra Tour official money list to earn membership for the 2018 LPGA Tour. She made five cuts in eight starts during a 2018 rookie season cut short by injury. She kept her LPGA Tour status for 2020 by finishing fifth in the 2019 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament.
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After two rounds at the 2020 Women’s British Open at Royal Troon, Weaver was in a tie for fourth place, only two strokes behind leader Daniela Holmqvist. She finished tied for 19th after a final round of 75. In 2020, she finished 49th on the money list and in 2021 in 75th place.
Lindsey Weaver is currently married to her husband Zach Wright, they had their wedding in the United States in 2021. Her husband is a professional golfer who has played on the Korn Ferry Tour. Lindsey and her husband first met when they were 12 and dated for a couple of years in high school, before reconnecting in December 2017. The couple lives in Dallas, Texas and practices together at the Old American Golf Club. She competed as Lindsey Weaver until November 2021 when she married Zach Wright. As of April 2023, Lindsey Weaver and her husband Zach Wright are still married but have no kids together.
Lindsey Weaver net worth
How much is Lindsey Weaver worth? Lindsey Weaver net worth is estimated at around $3 million. Her main source of income is her primary work as a professional golfer. Lindsey Weaver’s average salary per month and other career earnings are over $400,000 dollars annually. Her remarkable achievements have earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy car trips. She is one of the richest and most influential pro golfers in the United States. She stands at an appealing height of 1.60m and has a good body weight which suits her personality.