Annie Park is an American professional golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour. She faced so many hurdles, several injuries, and setbacks to achieve her goals. She had a remarkable win at the Greater Toledo LPGA Classic, where she shot a final round of 63 to finish at 19-under par, three strokes ahead of Lydia Ko. Park claimed her second LPGA Tour title and her first since 2018 when she won the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
Annie Park is 28 years old; she was born on June 4, 1995, in Levittown, New York. She is of Korean descent and has a younger brother named John. Annie started playing golf at the age of eight and her father coached by her who is a former professional soccer player in Korea. She also played soccer, basketball, and lacrosse as a child. Annie attended MacArthur High School in Levittown, where she played on the boys’ golf team and won the Nassau County boys’ championship twice. She also won the New York State girls’ championship three times.
Annie Park Career
Annie Park developed an impressive amateur record, earning many national and worldwide titles. She triumphed at the U.S. Girls’ Junior in 2012, the North and South Women’s Amateur in 2013 and the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship in the same year with the USC Trojans. Park also grabbed the Pac-12 Conference Championship twice and was praised with the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year awards in 2013.
She represented the United States in remarkable team competitions, such as the Curtis Cup in 2014, the Espirito Santo Trophy in 2014, and the Palmer Cup in 2015. Her rankings have been prepossessing, secured as high as No. 1 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking and No. 1 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Ranking.
Annie Park turned professional in late 2015 at the age of 20. She earned her card for the LPGA Tour through qualifying school in 2016. Her rookie season on the LPGA Tour was cut short by a back injury that sidelined her for four months. She bounced back in 2017, finishing runner-up at the Cambia Portland Classic and recording four top-10 finishes.
Annie also won her first professional title at the Symetra Tour Championship on the Symetra Tour. She had her breakthrough season on the LPGA Tour in 2018, when she won her maiden title at the ShopRite LPGA Classic by one stroke over Sakura Yokomine. Annie also finished third at the Meijer LPGA Classic and recorded six top-10 finishes. She was named LPGA Tour Rookie of the Year for 2018.
However, she struggled to maintain her form in 2019 and 2020, missing several cuts and dropping to No. 217 in the world ranking by the end of 2020. She also suffered from a wrist injury that required surgery in late 2020.
Annie returned to action in early 2021 but failed to make an impact on either tour. She missed eight cuts out of 15 events on the LPGA Tour and two cuts out of four events on the Symetra Tour. Her best finish on either tour was a tie for 28th at the Pure Silk Championship on the LPGA Tour.
She finally regained her confidence and form in July 2021, when she won her second LPGA Tour title at the Greater Toledo LPGA Classic by three strokes over Lydia Ko. Annie shot a final round of 63, matching her career-low score, to finish at 19-under par. She became the first player to win on both tours in one season since Jin Young Ko in 2017.
Annie Park Biography
|April 9, 1995
|Age (as of 2023)
|Levittown, New York, USA
|University of Southern California
|in feet inches – 5’ 4” – in Centimeters – 163 cm
|in Kilograms – 58 kg – in Pounds – 136 lbs
|Who is her husband/boyfriend?
Annie Park is currently single and not dating anyone publicly. She has not revealed any details about her personal life or past relationships. Annie Park is active on social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter. She has over 10,000 followers on Instagram and over 2,000 followers on Twitter. She posts photos and videos of her golfing adventures, travels, friends, family, and hobbies.
Annie Park Net Worth
Annie Park is believed to possess a sum of $1.5 million as of 2023. To date, she has gained $1,331,267 in professional winnings from the LPGA Tour in addition to $83,125 from the Symetra Tour. On top of that, in 2022, she made an extra $230,000 from her ice cream venture, which is a joint venture between her and her mother Sarah.
Park’s net worth saw a considerable surge in 2023 with her second LPGA Tour win at the Greater Toledo LPGA Classic. She earned an impressive $262,500 in prize money. Along with that, she has been given bonuses and endorsements from different sponsors, such as Titleist, FootJoy, and Callaway.