Jason Kokrak is a popular American Professional golfer who plays for the PGA Tour. Jason has been playing professional golf in the PGA Tour since 2008, with 1 PGA Tour victory. As of 2021, Jason Kokrak net worth is estimated to be $17 million.
|Full Name||Jason Kokrak|
|Date of Birth|
May 22, 1985
|Age||36 Years Old|
|Born Place||North Bay, Ontario, Canada|
|Net Worth||$17 million|
Below are five things you should know about Jason Kokrak:
1. Kokrak has a supportive family
Jason was born on May 22nd, 1985 in Canada and his family moved to Ohio when he was an infant. Kokrak’s parents met on a vacation trip and later got married. His mother is from Canada while his father if from Warren, Ohio. His passion comes from a long family history.
Kokrak’s father, grandfather, and great grandfather played golf. His father introduced him to golf at the age of 9 years. Jason enjoys the support of his wife Stephanie and his son Declan. He always travels with them from stop to stop on the PGA Tour. He also rents houses that resemble his home in Charlotte, North Carolina. This way he gets the opportunity to watch his son grow and achieve different growth milestones.
2. He led his High School team to win the championships
Jason attended JFK High School in Warren Ohio where he played high school golf. He led the Eagles to the Ohio state championship as a Div III medalist. After graduating from high school he proceeded to Xavier University in Cincinnati where he played college golf until he graduated in 2007. In 2007, he appeared in the U.S Open at Oakmont Country Club.
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3. Jason Korak turned professional in 2008
Jason played an amateur career until 2007. He won the eGolf Tour money list in 2010 and got the Nationwide Tour status in 2011 in a qualifying school. In October 2011 won his second Nationwide Tour in a seven-shot victory at the Miccosukee championship with a final round of 66.
4. He has had six professional wins
Before turning professional, Jason had two amateur wins in 2006 and 2007. After turning professional he won the September 2011 Albertsons Boise Open and the Miccosukee championship in October 2011. He has also won four eGolf Professional Tour wins including Carabbus classic, Bushnell championship, the championship at St. James Plantation and Donald Ross Championship in 2011
5. Jason Kokrak Net Worth is estimated to be $9 million
Jason has had a successful golfing career. He has also amassed a huge net worth since turning professional in 2008. He earned $108,000 in his first win on the PGA tour and has continued to earn good money on several victories he has achieved.
Jason Kokrak Net Worth in 2021.
Jason Korak has been playing professional golf in the PGA Tour since 2008. Jason Kokrak has a total career earnings of over $16.6 million dollars. Jason has 1 PGA Tour Victories with 248 events played and 164 cuts made. As of 2021, Jason Kokrak has a net worth of over $17 million.
Jason Kokrak 2021 Highlights:
THE PLAYERS Championship: In his eighth start, he finished T9 at THE PLAYERS Championship, earning his first top-10 at TPC Sawgrass. Scored par or better in all four rounds.
Sony Open in Hawaii: Finished T56 after sharing the lead after the first round of the Sony Open in Hawaii. In his career, he went 0-for-3 with the 18-hole lead/co-lead.
THE CJ CUP @ SHADOW CREEK: Won THE CJ CUP @ SHADOW CREEK by two strokes over Xander Schauffele in his 233rd career start. Following Sergio Garcia and Martin Laird, he became the third consecutive winner on the TOUR aged 35 or older. For the first time in his career, he led the field in Strokes Gained: Putting (2.573 per round). For the first time in his career, he made more than 13 putts outside of 10 feet on the week.
2021 Charles Schwab Challenge (UPDATED)
Jordan Spieth is looking to go wire-to-wire Sunday at the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge after closing strong to maintain a one-shot lead over Jason Kokrak through 54 holes. Through the first nine holes of Round 4, the two are tied at 14 under par, implying that it will be a head-to-head battle to the finish down the stretch.
Spieth is attempting to win at Colonial, the venerable Fort Worth, Texas, course near his home in Dallas, where he won in 2016 and finished second twice. He’s aiming for his second win of the season, and he’s still the hottest player on the PGA Tour. Kokrak, on the other hand, is looking for his second PGA Tour victory, having won the CJ Cup in October 2020.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 30, 2021
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 30, 2021