Rachel Kuehn Biography

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Rachel Kuehn is an American female golfer who played Golffor the Wake Forest Demon Deacons women’s golf team at Wake Forest University. In December of last year, she received an invitation to the 2024 U.S. Curtis Cup practice session held in January at Seminole Golf Club in Florida. She is considered World No.9 in women’s amateur Golf. 

Rachel Kuehn Early Life, Family & Education

Rachel Kuehn was born on 10th June 2001, which makes her 22 years old as of 2024. Her hometown is Asheville, a City in North Carolina. She belongs to a successful athletic family. Her mother, Brenda Corrie Kuehn, was a golfer at Wake Forest. She earned the winning point for the U.S. Curtis Cup team in 1998. Her father, Eric, was a Division I baseball player. Her grandfather, Jack Corrie, played Golf and basketball.

Her uncle, Brad Kuehn, played baseball at Georgia, and her uncle, Jeff Kuehn, played baseball at Furman. Rachel has a brother named Corrie, who played collegiate Golf at Rhodes College. Her cousin, Caroleena Monkhouse, married Tim Monkhouse in January 2020. Talking about her education, Rachel enrolled at Wake Forest University in 2019. She studied B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration) in sports and management. She graduated in 2023.  


Rachel Kuehn began a career playing Golf. She was a three-time junior All-American in 2017-2019. Rachel was the 2019 National High School Coaches Association Senior Girl’s Golf Athlete of the Year. She appeared with her mother, Brenda, in the 2018 Espirito Santo Trophy for the Dominican Republic. Rachel Kuehn represented the Dominican Republic in the women’s golf event at the 2019 Pan American Games in Peru. She represented the United States and won the North and South Women’s Amateur in 2020. She was named a finalist for the ANNIKA Award and selected for the 2023 Arnold Palmer Cup

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At the 2022 Espirito Santo Trophy in France, she represented the United States and earned a silver medal with players Rachel Heck and Rose Zhang. In 2022, she was All-American every season and ACC Player of the Year. In 2022, at Merion Golf Club near Philadelphia, she earned the winning point for the U.S., second Curtis Cup, and team honors for the second consecutive year.

In 2023, she led her team to win the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship. She represented the United States and received the honor of the 2023 Arnold Palmer Cup. She earned a medalist with a third-place finish and honors at ACC Championships. She was named the 2023 All-ACC Team. She was a 2023 ACC Women’s Golfer of the Year and honored ACC Women’s Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Rachel Kuehn Biography

Real Name Rachel Kuehn
Birth Date 10 June 2001
Age (as of 2024) 22 Years
Birth Place Asheville, North Carolina, United States
Profession Golfer
College Wake Forest University
Qualification Graduate

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 56 kg  –  in Pounds – 123 lbs
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Blue


Father Eric Kuehn
Mother Brenda Corrie Kuehn
Brother Corrie Kuehn

Relationship Status

Marital Status In Relation
Affair Yes
Who is her boyfriend? Alex Fitzpatrick
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Personal Life

Rachel Kuehn is unmarried. She is romantically involved and dating golfer Alex Fitzpatrick. Alex, her partner, participated in collegiate golf at Wake Forest University in North Carolina from 2018 to 2022. On Social Media, Alex admitted that he has a greater competitive rivalry with his girlfriend, Rachel Kuehn. Currently, Alex and Rachel are concentrating on their golf careers. Both have not announced their personal lives on the internet. 

Social Media

Rachel Kuehn is active on social media. Her verified Instagram account handle is @rachel_kuehn_. She has 16.8k Followers on her Instagram page. She has only one connection on her LinkedIn account. 

Rachel Kuehn Net Worth

Rachel Kuehn is an American female golfer. She committed to playing for the women’s golf team of the “Wake Forest Demon Deacons.” She never declared her income on the internet. She earns awards, honors, and sponsorships for playing Golf. 


  • Rachel was a state champion and earned all honors in Tennis. Later, she focused on Golf. 
  • She celebrated her 21st birthday with family and friends at Merion Golf Club. 
  • Kuehn wrote a message to Deacon Nation in which she discussed her college golf journey. In her Instagram post on 27th June 2023, she also mentioned and thanked her coaches, Kim and Ryan, at Wake Forest University.

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