Max Homa Biography, Age, Career, Marital Status, Salary and Net Worth
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Who is Max Homa?
John Maxwell Homa abbreviated as Max Homa is an American notable professional golfer. He plays on the PGA Tour. While in college, he won the individual 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship. Having turned pro, he has won four times on the PGA Tour.
How Old Is Max Homa?
He is 31 years old as of May 2022, having been born on November 19, 1990, in Burbank, California, U.S. Max shares his birthdate with celebrities such as; RiceGum, FaZe Rug, Tyga, Regina Ginera, Adam Driver, and many more.
Max Homa Family
Who are Max Homa’s Parents?
He was born to John Homa (Father) and Bonnie Milstein (Mother)
Does Max Homa have Siblings?
He has a sister by the name of Maddie Homa.
Max Homa Education
He received his high school education at Valencia High School. After graduating from high school in 2009, he attended the University of California, Berkeley on scholarship and earned a degree in Consumer Behaviour.
Max Homa Marital Status
He is married to the love of his life Lacey Croom. They married in November 2019. The couple lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with their dog Scotty. His wife is a real estate agent and California licensed Real-Estate Appraiser & Licenced Realtor.
Max Homa Kids
He has no kids currently. In case of new news regarding this matter, we will update it here as soon as possible.
Max Homa Career
A High School and College Career
While attending high school, he was a four-time first-team All-Foothill League selection and 2009 Foothill League MVP. While in college as a junior in 2011-12, he was a third-team PING Division I All-American and second-team All-Pac-12, and PING Division 1 All-West Region. When he was a senior in 2012-13, he was ranked nationally No. 19 by Golfweek (5/19) and No. 22 according to Golfstat. Moreover, he won the Pac-12 Championship with an opening-round nine-under-par 61 thus breaking the course record at the North Course at Los Angeles Country Club and tied for the lowest round posted in the U.S. This, therefore, made him be named a first-team All-American and to the All-Nicklaus Team by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
An Amateur Career
Max was selected in 2008 to represent Southern California on Junior America’s Cup team. The next year in 2009, he won the Ventura County Junior Golf Association Robinson Ranch (72-73=145). His amateur success furthered as he reached the quarterfinals of the U.S. Amateur in 2010 but lost to reigning champion and Cal teammate An Byeong-hun. He ended the year being ranked 4th in California, 33rd in the U.S., and 78th in the world according to amateurgolf.com.
The next in 2011 he performed exemplary as he won the amateurgolf.com Silicon Valley Amateur (63-73=133). Overall, he finished the year ranked 8th in California, 36th in the U.S., and 89th in the world according to amateurgolf.com. He ended the year 2012 and is ranked 5th in California, 18th in the U.S., and 50th in the world according to amateurgolf.com. At the 2013 U.S. Open, he competed as an amateur where he won the individual 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship. Therefore, he was selected to the 2013 Walker Cup squad, and after the event, he turned pro.
A Professional Career
He finished T-9 in October 2013 at the Frys.com Open, this was his first PGA Tour event as a pro. He earned his first professional win in May 2014, at the Web.com Tour’s BMW Charity Pro-Am, by defeating fellow rookie Jonathan Randolph by one stroke, earning $117,000. Max earned his PGA Tour card for the 2014-15 season after he finished 17th on the Web.com Tour regular-season money list. He entered 27 events in the 2015 PGA Tour where he made 12 cuts and won $380,339.
In the FedEx Cup standings, he finished 163rd thus losing his tour card. But in the 2016 Web.com Tour season, he came strong and won the Rus-Oleum Championship in Ivanhoe, Illinois, coming from seven shots back, and ultimately regained his PGA Tour Card for the 2016-17 season. However, despite earning a PGA Tour Card, in the 2017 PGA Tour season, he only made two cuts in 17 events thus losing his card. In addition, that year he only made $18,008. However, in the 2018 Web.com Tour season, he regained his PGA Tour card for the 2019 PGA Tour season. He won the Wells Fargo Championship on May 5, 2019, for his first PGA Tour victory with a three-shot victory over Joel Dahmen.
Following his win, he received $1.422 million, a two-year extension for his PGA Tour card, as well as sports in the PGA Championship and in the 2020 Masters Tournament. Max earned his second PGA Tour victory on February 21, 2021, at the Genesis Invitational in a playoff over Tony Finau. He went on to succeed as he won his third PGA Tour title in September 2021, at the Fortinet Championship in Napa, California. For a second time, he won the Wells Fargo Championship in May 2022.
Max Homa Height and Measurements
Adding up to his well-built body is a height of 6ft 1inch (1.85m) and a weight of 82kg (180lbs)
Max Homa Salary and Net Worth
He has an annual salary of $1.62 million and a net worth of around $5 million.