Céline Boutier is a French personality and a professional golf player. She is 29 years old and has risen to become the best player on the LPGA Tour playing since 2016. She has also received significant titles from the top 10 performances in the major championships.
Celine Boutier was born on 10th November 1993 in Clamart, France, to her loving and caring parents, Jacqueline and Christophe Boutier. She shared her childhood with one sister, Christie, and one brother, Kevin. She belongs to the Thai ethnicity because her parents are from Thailand. Celine has remained a two-time member of the ACC Honor Roll and has an education in psychology and a minor in economics. She has also received a certification in markets and management.
Céline Boutier Career
Céline has participated in multiple international college events, such as the 2015 British Ladies Amateur Championship and the 2012 European Ladies Amateur Championship. While at Duke University, she played for them from 2012 to 2016 and had the winning of at least four events.
In her presence, the team reached NCAA Golf Championship in 2014, and during that time, she also remained the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WCGA) Player of the Year, winning Honda Sports Award for golf.
During her junior years, Céline engaged in practice sessions and received guidance from Cameron McCormick, a renowned swing coach associated with the PGA Tour’s Jordan Spieth.
In late 2014 and early 2015, Céline had the no. 1 ranking in the World Amateur Golf Ranking list. Then in September 2014, she finished T-29th at the Evian Championship- an LPGA major played in her home country.
Beginning in 2016, she has professionally appeared in various events. She started with 2017’s Symetra Tour (Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Classic and Sioux Falls GreatLIFE Challenge), where she won two and was counted in the eight top-10 finishes.
She was the third member of the 2017 graduating class, exceeding the single-season earnings of around $100,000. Consequently, she became the first player from France to earn LPGA Tour Card through the first event she had in 2017, i.e., Symetra Tour, and was named second after the record was made in 2013.
Following the conclusion of the Symetra Tour season, Céline participated in various events on the Ladies European Tour and achieved victory in the Sanya Ladies Open. She also appeared for the Australian Ladies Classic- the ALPG Tour and won the event.
She had the 10th ranking on the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit after playing in seven events. There was a short period when the LPGA tour was on hold because of the coronavirus. Then on 4th June 2020, Boutier won the Texas Women’s Open, excelling over the Texas native Cheyenne Knight.
Céline Boutier Biography
|Real Name||Céline Boutier|
|Birth Date||November 10, 1993|
|Age (as of 2023)||29 Years|
|Birth Place||Clamart, France|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimeters – 165 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 65 kg – in Pounds – 143 lbs|
|Who is her husband/boyfriend?||–|
Céline Boutier is yet to be married, but specific sources declare that she is married to a fellow golf player, Maverick Scott McNealy. However, it is still unclear if she is married or not. At the same time, Céline Boutier has not given any statement about this.
Also, she was in a relationship with Danielle Grace Kang, the two-time winner of the U.S. Women’s Amateur, and they began their relationship in 2019. It is yet to be discovered if they are still together.
Céline is available with a verified account on Instagram and the handle name – celineboutier, which she joined in February 2013. Celine seems fond of different food because she has given many varieties in the highlights on her Instagram.
She is fun-loving, happy-go-lucky, and stays positive, as in her pictures. On Twitter, she is available with the handle name – @celineboutier, who joined in July 2011. She has 5,573 followers on Twitter.
Céline Boutier Net Worth
In 2018, Céline Boutier participated in a total of 25 events of the LPGA Tour and had 16 cuts. It gave her 61st position on the money list and an earning of $319,577. Then in February 2019, she participated and had the winning of the first LPGA Tour at the ISPS Handa Vic Open.
She had the two shots in the final round and made a critical birdie on the 15th hole. Eventually, she earned $1.5 million and won in hand after the game. Summing up the winnings and amount she has made, we can assume she can or might be earning around $2-4 million annually.