Lee Hodges is an Alabama-born personality and a professional golf player. He was committed to playing for Ardmore High School for four years. Lee was honored with the Daily Preps Boys Golfer of the Year title in 2012 and 2013. He earned medals at the 2014 Alabama 4A State Championships and was recorded as one of the top-10 finishes at the 2014 Alabama State Amateur.
Lee Hodges was born on 14th June 1995 and was brought up in Huntsville, Alabama. His parents are Jeff Hodges and Karen Tucker and maybe he is the only child in the family. Leff went to Ardmore High School, where he practiced and played for the school golf for four years. He resides in Athens, Alabama. He received his graduation degree in CS in Management from the University of Alabama.
Lee Hodges Career
Lee Hodges played for Athens, AL, United States, and turned professional in 2018. He earned the 2015 Conference USA Freshman of the Year title and completed the team-best four top-five finishes, after which he was placed in third place at the 2015 C-USA Championship. He earned the title of First Team All-Conference USA and competed at the NCAA Championships finishing in 152nd position. In his presence, the team led to third place at the Marana Regional, giving an entry to NCAA Championships.
From the 28th to the 29th of September, he played at the Shoal Creek Invitational and was named Conference USA Golfer of the Week after he attained first place. During the season, he played for the overall 13 tournaments for the Blazers and had a finish with top-20 in nine events. At the season’s climax, he earned the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll membership.
Junior Season (2016 to 2017)
During the season, he earned the title of PING All-Region and was the only golfer in all 12 events of the year. He led the team to make around 30 out of 33 rounds count for the team score. He earned the season-closing rank of No. 79 by the Golfweek/Sagarin Index Player Performance Rankings. Lee earned 8th place at the NCAA Washington Regional, 10th place at the Linger Longer Invitational, and 20th place at the Clemson Invitational. After that, he won both rounds at the SEC Championships.
Senior Season (2017 to 2018)
He participated in the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, finishing in third place. A season-opening tournament was held where he had the key role and finished 9th place overall while shooting 5-under 211.
After receiving a degree in 2018 and leaving the University, he began with the Mackenzie Tour and entered the Korn Ferry Tour in 2019. After turning professional, he won his first winning in 2020 at the WinCo Foods Portland Open. Later he earned an invitation to the US Open.
On Instagram, Lee is available with leehodges2, who joined in February 2018. Since then, he has gathered 5,209 followers and 752 in the following list. The first image post he had belonged to March 2018, when he wished a happy anniversary to his beautiful wife.
On Twitter, he is available with the handle name – @HodgeDogg, who joined in January 2011. He has 134 followers on Twitter, and most of his tweets are retweeted posts of the products or brands he follows or uses.
Lee Hodges Biography
|14 June 1995
|Age (as of 2023)
|Huntsville, Alabama, United States
|University of Alabama
|in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimeters – 183 cm
|in Kilograms – 84 kg – in Pounds – 187 lbs
|Who is his wife?
Savannah Hodges is the loving wife of Lee Hodges. The couple had been in love since their teenage years, had a prom date, and are now husband-wife. They had known each other since their school days. They fell in love and have been living happily together for years.
Savannah Hodges had her Instagram post in 2012 when she posed with her love, Lee Hidges, beside her and the man who would be her future husband. The couple tied the knot on 20th June 2021, and since then, they have been enjoying, loving, and sharing a son, Cooper Kennedy.
The couple also has a puppy, with whom they share Instagram pictures, and says they have two sons around the house.
Lee Hodges Net Worth
Lee Hodges earned around $3,604,666 in 2022 from all the season tournaments. He had the largest career paycheck in 2023 at the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday (Finished 12). He earned the amount of $410,000 at that time. Most recently, in 2023 [30th March to 2nd April], he reached 6th place at the Valero Texas Open and an amount of $300,375. Summing up all the earnings, he might have around $13 million as his net worth.
He has various sponsors from different brands. The ball, clubs, and hat that he uses comes from Titleist. He has been connected to Titleist since he turned professional in 2018 and had his debut with PGA Tour. The clothing he wears at his tournaments comes from Levelwear, a Canadian golf apparel brand that is the most recent brand sponsoring Hodges.
Earlier, he was sponsored by Vineyard Vines for around five years. The shoes that Lee Hodges wear comes from FootJoy, out of which he has the favorite piece of the Premiere series, specifically the Packard edition- the all-white colorway. Other sponsors of Lee Hodges include EasyPost, Jimmy Smith Buick-GMC, Hometown Lenders, and EyePromise.
- He loves to spare time for music, football, sports, duck hunting, and card collection, specifically for the sports niche.
- Lee Hodges earned the Conference USA Freshman of the Year title in 2015 while at the University of Alabama.
- He aims to have a golf course one day.
- Lee had the best memory of playing with his father.