Sarah Kemp Biography

Sarah Kemp is a 37 years old Australian personality and a well-established professional female golfer. In 2019, she accepted an invitation to become the Ambassador for Forster Tuncurry Golf Club on the Central Coast of NSW. 

Early Life

Sarah Kemp was born on 7th December 1985, in Sydney, Australia. She currently resides in Tuncurry, New South Wales. At the age of 12, she began an interest in golf. Her biological parent’s details are not specified on the Internet. Although, she attributes her parents, Peter Knight and Bill McWilliam.

Peter is a professional golf coach who has experience in coaching for over 40 years. Bill was a famous coach in the Australian golf scene and died of cancer when he was 87. Sarah also credited Peter and Bill for her career success. 

Sarah Kemp Career

Kemp began her career by practicing at NSW Golf Club in Sydney. She earned low amateur honors at the 2003 Women’s Australian Open. Later, she won the 2003 Australian Girls’ Amateur, followed by a runner-up finish in 2004. She achieved the Australian Stroke Play Champion title in 2003 and 2005.

She was a 2004 Australian Espirito Santo Trophy World Cup team member. Sarah became a professional in 2006. She was spotlighted when honored with Lady Anne Funerals ALPG Pro-Am in 2010 and 2011. Sarah played in ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, and her rank was 10, scoring 280.

Kemp played for Aoyuan International Moss Vale Pro-am, and her rank was one, scoring 68. She played in ISPS Handa Vic Open, and her rank was 33, scoring 289. She also played in Geoff King Motors Australian Ladies Classic Bonville, and her rank was 150 scoring 120. 


She played for GainBridge LPGA, and her position was 5T in the women’s world golf ranking. She has an 11.66 points score, 247 world position, and 0.75 world rating as of 28th February 2021. Kemp played in the Pure Silk Championship presented by visit WILLIAMSBURG (LPGA).

On 23rd May 2021, she reached 4th in the women’s world golf ranking. She scored 9.3 points, 177 world positions, and one world rating. She participated in the LPGA’s Amundi Evian Championship. As of 25th July 2021, she held a 19T position. She scored 6.4 points, 165 world position, and one world rating.  

Later she participated in the KROGER QUEEN CITY Championship presented by P&G (LPGA). As of 11th September 2022, she held the 8th position. She scored 6.88 points, 199 world positions, and one world rating. 

Social Media

Sarah is active on social media platforms. As of 2023, she has a verified Instagram username – @sarah_kempy. She has 8772 followers on her Instagram. She has 5968 followers on her Twitter account username @kempgolf

Sarah Kemp Biography

Real Name Sarah Kemp
Birth Date 7 December 1985
Age (as of 2023) 37 Years
Birth Place Sydney, Australia
Profession Golfer
Qualification Graduate

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimeters – 165 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 56 kg  –  in Pounds –  123 lbs
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue


Father Bill McWilliam
Mother Peter Knight

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair Yes
Is she a Lesbian? Yes
Wife Lisa Cornwell

Personal Life

Sarah is happily married to her wife, Lisa Cornwell. Her wife Lisa is the author of the book Troublemaker released on 23rd May 2023. She also served as a Sports anchor at Golf Central and hosted the live PGA tour for ESPN+. On social media platforms, the couple have pictures with each other. 

Sarah Kemp Net worth

Sarah Kemp’s net worth is estimated to be over $1.5 million. Her total earning from events in 2022 is around $35,793.28. She made $46,392.33 on 27th July 2023 in The Amundi Evian Championship.

Throughout Sarah’s career, she participated in events. Also, she has received several sponsorships from top companies, including ParForm Golf, Forster Tuncurry Golf Club, CME Global, and Crest Link apparel, that aid her earnings.


  • Sarah Kemp is a dog lover. She has a French Bulldog.
  • Her favorite food is Raman and Domu soupy noodles. 
  • Sarah won 13 ALPG Tour events after becoming professional in 2006.
  • She has the best career results in events like the U.S. Women’s Open 2010, Chevron Championship 2012, Women’s PGA C’ship 2014, and Women’s British Open 2014. 

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