Canadian golf pro Taylor Pendrith participates in the PGA Tour. In 2019, Pendrith claimed two PGA Tour Canada wins.
Some facts about the Canadian golfer:
|Date of birth||1991-05-30|
|nation of birth||Canada|
|Place of birth||Richmond Hill, Ontario|
|university||Kent State University|
|net worth||About 3 million dollars|
|source of wealth||golf career|
|Height||6 feet 2 inches|
After winning the Eisenhower Trophy in late 2014, Pendrith started his pro career. Before winning the 1932byBateman Open and the Mackenzie Investments Open in 2019, Pendrith placed second at the Osprey Valley Open. At the end of the tournament, he placed second on the Order of Merit and earned a spot on the Korn Ferry Tour.
Pendrith, who will compete on the 2020 Korn Ferry Tour, finished second at the Wichita Open in September and again in three straight tournaments in July. Thanks to his performance on the Korn Ferry Tour, he was invited to the 2020 US Open, and after earning a score of 70 in the finals, he placed 23rd. Additionally, he was promoted to the PGA Tour from the Korn Ferry Tour after the 2020-21 season. Mitchell His right hand is over there. He ends up at number 239 in the world rankings.
In Bermuda, a youngster named Taylor Pendrith has a comfortable three-point lead. At the shortest pitch on the PGA Tour, Taylor Pendrith’s big game thrives, giving the Canadian a three-shot lead before heading into the final round of the Butterfield Bermuda Championship on Sunday. Pendrith shot a 6-under 65 at Port Royal on Saturday after making four straight birdies around the turn. He also added two more birdies later in the round. Four is starting his rookie season and two weeks after his marriage he is still looking for his first PGA Tour triumph. Pendrith said: “At some point during the lap I knew I was going to run. Was able to get four right at the start of the round.
Taylor Pendrith’s net worth and career earnings
A professional golfer from Canada named Pendrith has a net worth of about $3 million.
His main source of income is professional golf, but he also receives sponsorship and endorsement deals from a number of different sporting organizations.
Pendrith has earned a total of $1,302,937 over the course of his career, with an average annual salary of $434,312. He earned $1,030,978 in 2021–2022, which was his best year.
After winning the Eisenhower Trophy in late 2014, Pendrith began his pro career. He primarily competed in the PGA Tour of Canada in 2015. Taylor qualified for the Web.com Tour by placing third in the Order of Merit and finishing second three times. He finished fourth in his second tournament on the 2016 Web.com Tour, the Club Colombia Championship, but that was his only top 10 finish of the year and he missed the cut 14 times.
From 2017 to 2019 he mainly took part in the Canadian Tour. 2017 and 2018 were unsuccessful years for Taylor. Despite this, he finished runner-up at the 2019 Osprey Valley Open and went on to win the Mackenzie Investments Open and the 1932byBateman Open to finish second in the Order of Merit and earn a spot on the Korn Ferry Tour.
He competed on the 2020 Korn Ferry Tour, finishing second in three consecutive events in July and again at the Wichita Open in September. Taylor qualified for the 2020 US Open based on his performances on the Korn Ferry Tour. After shooting 70 in the final round, he placed 23rd.
After the 2020-21 season, he was traded from the Korn Ferry Tour to the PGA Tour.
Early Life and Family
Darrel Pendrith and Jill Pendrith welcomed Taylor into the world in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada.
Dennis Pendrith is the touring bassist for Stuart MacLean’s The Vinyl Cafe and his brother Dennis Pendrith is a guitar tech at Cosmo Music in Richmond Hill.
Meg Beirnes, a registered nurse who works in hematology and stem cell transplantation at Hamilton General Hospital in downtown Hamilton, Ontario, is his longtime girlfriend and they are engaged.
As a youth he participated in baseball and hockey. In 2003 he started playing golf and in 2006 he competed in his first competition.
He attended Bayview Secondary School in Richmond Hill.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in sports administration from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, United States in 2014.
He placed second at the CJGA Mizuno National Golf Championship in August 2009 and fourth at the Canadian International Junior Challenge in September 2009.
He placed second at the National Capital Open to Support Our Troops and the Cape Breton Celtic Classic presented by PC Financial in 2015.
In 2019 he placed first at the Osprey Valley Open sponsored by Votorantim Cimentos CBM Aggregates, second at the Mackenzie Investments Open and third at the 1932byBateman Open.
He served as best man at Corey and Malory Conners’ wedding.
Two of the four golfers from Canada who competed at the 2020 US Open were he and Corey. Adam Hadwin and Mackenzie Hughes made up the other two.
When he competed in the US Open in 2020, his first major competition, he was 29 years old.
He placed second behind American David Lipsky in the TPC San Antonio Challenge held July 9-12, 2020 at the TPC San Antonio-AT&T Canyons Course in San Antonio, Texas.
PGA TOUR career
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Tournament Results 2021-22
|July 13, 2022||Barracuda Champion||Old Greenwood||11||5-6-9-8-28 (28)||$0|
|July 6, 2022||Barbasol Champ||Keene Trace Golf Club – Champion Trace Course||13||71-68-67-66-272 (-16)||$64,354|
|March 9, 2022||PLAYER champion||TPC Sawgrass – THE PLAYERS Stadium Course||13||68-71-74-69-282 (-6)||$327,222|
|March 2, 2022||Arnold Palmer||Bay Hill Club & Lodge||42||71-72-74-78-295 (7)||$37,464|
|February 23, 2022||Honda classic||PGA National Resort & Spa – The Champion Course||25||69-69-74-69-281 (1)||$0|
|February 16, 2022||Genesis open||Riviera Country Club||missed cut||73-72-145 (0)||$0|
|February 2, 2022||pebble beach||Pebble Beach Golf Links||49||70-69-69-74-282 (-5)||$21,089|
|January 25, 2022||farmers open||Torrey Pines – South course||16||67-71-68-71-277 (-11)||$132,300|
|January 19, 2022||American Express||La Quinta Country Club||missed cut||71-72-67-210 (0)||$0|
Taylor Pendrith’s Instagram handle has 3.1k followers
Taylor Penrith, a golfer, is active on most major social networking platforms.
He has 3.1k followers on his Instagram account with the username pendy31. He has shared a number of photos from his personal and business life.
We can also find him on Facebook under the name Taylor Pendrith and on Linkedin as Taylor Penrith.
Twitter user @TaylorPendrith is the handle for Taylor’s account. He posts photos of golf news, upcoming events, himself playing golf, his family and snapshots of his daily life.