Kevin Na Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Kevin Worth

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Kevin Na is a Korean American professional golfer. Through the ups and downs, he notably started his career at a young age, proving you’re never too young to start. Let’s take a look at his life and career over the years, starting with his net worth!

Kevin Na Net Worth: $8 Million

Kevin Na’s net worth is estimated to be around $8 million. Let’s take a look at his life and career over the years to see how he came so far.


The Early Years

Na was born in Seoul, South Korea; when he was eight years old, he moved with his family to the United States, settling in southern California, with him later becoming a naturalized citizen. He got his start in golf at a young age; he left Diamond Bar High School after his junior year in order to play professional golf at age 17.


2002-2009

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Na has played on the Asian Tour, even earning a win at the 2002 Volvo Masters of Asia. In 2004, he earned his PGA Tour card for the season, finishing third at the Southern Farm Bureau Classic and fourth at the Honda Classic. The following year, he finished second at the FBR Open and FBR Open and Chrysler Classic of Tucson. Around this time, he also won the Mark Christopher Charity Classic. In 2007, he played on the PGA Tour and he finished fourth at both the Verizon Heritage; the following year, he was fourth at the FBR Open and Sony Open in Hawaii. He finished third at the 2009 Players Championship and the FBR Open, fifth at the Sony Open in Hawaii, Mayakoba Golf Classic and Reno-Tahoe Open.


2010-Present

In 2010, Na finished second at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and third at the BMW Championship. The following year, he finished tenth at the PGA Championship and fifth at the Bob Hope Classic and Wells Fargo Championship. In 2012, he finished fourth at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, fifth at the Phoenix Open and AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, seventh at the Players Championship and 12th at Masters Tournament. In 2014, he finished second at the Memorial Tournament and Valspar Championship. By 2016, he also finished in seventh place at the U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club. In 2018, he won by five shots at The Greenbrier for his second PGA Tour win.

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