Cameron Young Biography

Cameron Young is holding the 2nd spot in The Open 2023 falling behind Brian Harman. In the world Golf ranking, he stands strong at the 18th position, and in career earnings, he is at the 28th spot. Cameron qualified for the Pinnacle Bank Championship, where he achieved 11th place, giving him entry to the next event at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship, where he earned enough points to become a special temporary member for the rest of his 2020-21 season.

Young also qualified for back-to-back Korn Ferry Tour events in May 2021, which gave him 19th place on the 202-21 regular season points list, and helped him earn the PGA Tour card for the season 2021-22. Back in February 2022, Young played for second place at the Genesis Invitational and this made him rise into the top 100 of the Official World Golf Ranking.

Early Life

Cameron was born on 7th May 1997 in  Briarcliff Manor, New York, where he was brought up till adulthood. His father David is a director of golf at Sleepy Hollow Country Club, and his mother’s name is Barbara. Cameron was destined for golf as he showed his skills by entering the world of golf from a young age.

Back in 2011, he became the younger winner of the Carter Cup and MGA Junior champion. Later in 2015, he was honored with the title of MGA Player of the Year and won the prestigious Ike twice in his professional life. He has claimed the Westchester (NY) Golf Association Amateur too but could not work to finish his game and earn the title.

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Since childhood Young was good enough in his studies, he had enough grades in both academics and games. So he went to Stanford but later chose to commit to Wake Forest, where he obtained Lanny Wadkins Scholarship. In March (second week), Cameron Young would be having the chance to break Wadkins’ tournament records which is nearly 264 in total from the last 30 years.

Young has received the title of freshman in the U.S. Collegiate Championship twice in his career. He has also been the recipient of the titles of the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational. He has achieved All-Atlantic Coast selection three times from 2017 to 2019.

Cameron Young Career

Young is a rookie on the PGA Tour and in March 2022, will be posing great opportunities for him to showcase his talent at Riviera. He appeared in the 2017 U.S. Amateur before he lost the round of 64 to Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre, who also made a cut while playing in Riviera.

Cameron was one of the players in the 2019 Genesis Invitational Showcase, where he played alongside Wake alum Bill Haas. there at the event, Young failed to achieve a spot in the field but he had a great experience in all the games, so that made an important thing for him.

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After he turned pro in 2019, Young remained with only status on the Mackenzie Tour in 2020, but the Tour was later canceled because of a pandemic. He had Monday qualifying into Korn Ferry Tour events, where on his fifth try he shot 64 and earned a place in the Pinnacle Bank Championship in Omaha, Nebraska.

After he began the season with no status, he finished the season 2020-21 with number 17 with the standing points. He also won the title of AdventHealth Championship and Evans Scholars Invitational in back-to-back weeks.

With his fifth start as a rookie, he made his first appearance in the PGA Tour with a cut at the Sanderson Farms Championship and finished the tour with second place while earning the largest amount of his career which is $627,000.

Cameron Young Biography

Real Name Cameron Young
Birth Date May 7, 1997
Age (as of 2023) 26 Years
Birth Place Briarcliff Manor, New York, United States
Nationality American
Profession Golfer
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Taurus

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 11” – in Centimeters – 180 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 84 kg  –  in Pounds –  185 lbs
Shoe Size 10 (U.S.)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Athletic


Father David Young
Mother Barbara Young


School Private High School
College Wake Forest University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Who is his wife? Kelsey Dalition
Children One (Henry Young)
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Personal Life

Cameron married her wife Kelsey Dalition. The couple exchanged the rituals of marriage nearly one year ago, but there are not enough details on Kelsey and they have a son named Henry from this marriage.

Kelsey often used to attend Young’s tours and games and was likely to meet him there at the field. Cameron attended Wake Forest University, where he could have met Kelsey. They are childhood sweethearts, however, it is not confirmed as they didn’t make any comment on the same.

Cameron Young Net Worth

It has been only three to four years since Cameron Young started his professional career in the field of golf. He is yet to achieve a lot in sports and we wish him luck for his future ahead. However, for the moment, Young’s estimated net worth is somewhere around $2 million, which is enough to provide him with a moderate cum luxurious lifestyle.


  • Cameron Young is a former Wake Forest player where he registered his 1st victory.
  • He has also ranked in the top 10 players in the Korn Ferry Tour for winning.
  • Cameron’s father, David, was the director of golf at the Sleepy Hollow Country Club.
  • He played basketball while growing up and follows the teams of basketball very closely. So, he developed his passion for basketball and a loving heart for the Yankees.

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