Tony Finau is an American professional golfer who is a consistent athlete on the PGA Tour. Read this article to know Tony Finau’s net worth, wife, salary, and height.
His first ever big win was in the Utah State Amateur Championship in the year 2006. He started his career as a professional golfer when he was just 17. In 2009 Finau was able to grab the second position in the Big Break Disney Golf.
Finau won his first PGA Tour in the year 2016 and since then he is among the top ten players of the tournament. Finau decided not to defend the PUERTO RICO title in 2017 but decided to go to the 2017 WGC-DELL Technologies Match Play.
The year 2018 was also a successful one for the 32-year old. He managed to finish sixth in the FedEx Cup of the 2018 PGA Tour. At the Safeway Open and The Northern Trust, the Utah native came second. While in the Genesis open he completed T2. In the year 2021, Finau displayed a decent game and became the top 4 in all four of the tournaments.
Tony has got 3 professional wins in his career to date including 2 PGA Tour wins and 1 Web.com Tour win. So far 2021 has also been an exciting year for the American golfer. In an exciting match of 2021 Northern Trust, Tony Finau was able to crush Cameron Smith convincingly.
Tony Finau’s personal details
|Full Name||Milton Pouha Finau|
|Nickname||Tony, Big Tone|
|Born||September 14, 1989, in Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Net Worth||$12 million|
|Father name||Kelepi Finau|
|Mother name||Ravena Finau|
Finau is a 32-year-old player still fit and doing well in the game.
Tony Finau’s Net worth and Salary
Tony Finau’s net worth is estimated to be about $12 million.
The US golfer has an ideal height of 193.04 cm which suits him perfectly as an athlete.
Finau is married to Alayna Finau and both have four children together. Both are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The US golfer is known by the names of Tony and Big Tone from his fellow golfers and others.
Tony Finau is doing well in the recent Memorial Tournament. Tiger Woods is five shots behind and not looking good in the game. Woods has also recently suffered a stiff back situation that affected his US PGA Tour. This has given me a bright chance for Finau to do well in the Memorial Tournament.
On the other side, Finau was caught giving pointers to future NBA Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade on his golf game. This happened at the season opener of Utah Jazz on Wednesday night, got some pointers on his golf game from Tony Finau. Finau was seen giving the young player the advice while he sat at the courtside. From what the camera captured, it looked like Finau was advising Wade on how to better his grip and follow-through technique.