Brandon Wu Biography

Brandon Wu is a Chinese- American professional golf player. He plays for PGA Tour and was previously seen at Korn Ferry Tour. In 2019 Lima he won a gold medal in the mixed team competition. Recently in 2022, he was seen playing at Mexico Open where Jon Rahm won leaving behind Tony Finau and Wu. Along with that, he was also seen at Puerto Rico Open.

Early Life

Brandon Wu was born on 17th February 1997 in Danville, California, United States. The name of his father is Wu Yichun and Zhang Xiaobing, his mother. He also has two siblings whose names are Evan and Michael. In 1996 his parents moved from Beijing to California. At a young age, he spent a lot of quality time with his parents and siblings. Brandon went to a boarding school named Deerfield Academy located in Massachusetts, United States. Over there he actively was a part of their swimming team. Later for his higher studies, he went to Stanford University where he played gold for the Stanford Cardinal men’s golf team.

Brandon Wu Career

In his senior year at Stanford, his team won the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship. He was seen at Porter Cup and next year at the 2018 US Amateur in 2017. In 2019 he was seen playing at the 2019 Walker Cup, 2019 Arnold Palmer Cup, 2019 Pan American Games, and 2019 US Open. In 2019 he turned professional and also joined the 2020 Korn Ferry Tour with conditions. At the Price Cutter Charity Championship, he finished 9th and earned points to improve his rank.

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He was seen playing at Albertsons Boise Open. Due to covid 19 pandemic, many of his matches were canceled or the dates were extended. In the 2021-2022 PGA Tour including Mexico Open, he earned his place. He previously recorded a win; two runners-up finishes and seven top-10s across 28 starts.  Recently in 2022, he was seen playing at Puerto Rico Open. Over there he finished in a tie for 3rd place.

Social Media

Wu is an active user on social media and enjoys posting content about his game, friends, travel, and family. On his Instagram account, he has 7,573 followers and 901 followers. In May 2012 he joined Twitter and earned 983 followers and 69 following. On his Twitter account, he receives tags and posts from PGA Tour’s official page.

Brandon Wu Biography

Real Name Brandon Wu
Birth Date February 17, 1997
Age (as of 2022) 25 Years
Birth Place Danville, California, USA
Nationality American
Profession Golfer
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Aquarius

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimeters – 182 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 75 kg  –  in Pounds –  165 lbs
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father Yichun Wu
Mother Xiaobing Zhang
Sister
Brother Two (Evan & Michael)

Qualification/Education

School Deerfield Academy
College Stanford University

Relationship Status

Marital Status In Relation
Affair Yes
Who is his girlfriend? Julia
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Personal Life

Brandon Wu is seen spending a lot of time with Julia. The information about Julia has not been shared but he likes posting pictures with her on his social media account. It seems they are close friends but have not shared details about being in a relationship with the media yet. He might be receiving a lot of female attention because of his game. Along with that, he spends most of his time with friends, and family, and training for his upcoming golf matches.

Brandon Wu Net Worth

Brandon Wu has earned a lot from his sports career as a golf player. So far in 2022, he has earned around $33,865. In 2019-20 he earned around $172,987. His average prize money per year is $148,989. According to sources his net worth has been estimated at around $297,977. He might also earn through various brand endorsement deals.

Trivia

  • At the age of 6, he was introduced to golf as he lived close to the golf course in Danville, California.
  • Along with golf, he also played baseball, tennis, and did swimming.
  • His dad has got bitten by the gold bug.
  • He is currently residing in Scarsdale, New York.
  • He missed his graduation at Stanford because he had to play the final round at Pebble Beach.
  • In 2019 he won Korn Ferry Tour.
  • The Korn Ferry Tour 2020 was extended to 2021 due to Covid 19 pandemic.

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