Ryan Moore

Born on: 5th Dec 82Born in: United States Marital status: Married Occupation:
Ryan Moore net worth is estimated at $18 million.
Born as Ryan David Moore, playing Parsons Extreme Golf equipment since 2015 is an American professional golfer.He has won five titles on the PGA Tour as of the 2016 season and has been one of the top 30 in the world. In his amateur career, he captured multiple titles including the U.S. Amateur, the Western Amateur, the U.S. Amateur Public Links and the NCAA individual championship, a step which became contributory to the growth of Ryan Moore net worth. His first tournament as a professional golfer was at Westchester Classic where he finished in a tie for 51st in 2005. In his professional career he earned a total of $686,250 in just 14 official PGA Tour events in 2005, finished 81st on the 2006 money list with $1,222,118,earned $648,000, the largest paycheck of his young pro career in 2007. He ended the year 2008 with $1,214,900 in winnings, ranking him #88 on the PGA Tour money list and #87th in the FedEx Cup standings. All these winnings augmented Ryan Moore net worth in return.
Quotes:
“Yes, it’s exciting for me personally. You don’t get to play a tournament in your backyard very often. I live in Las Vegas now, so I get one tournament each year where I live, but this is special. It’s a U.S. Open.”
” It’s a tough test of golf, with the best golfers in the world, and I think it’s fun, but I’ll feel very comfortable. “
“Very different. It’s a true links course, so it’s got fescue grass, wind coming off the water, all that good stuff.”
” It comes down to the conditions, and what they do with the grass and the green speeds. The greens will dictate how the course will play. A lot of players will love it, and a lot will hate it.”
“I want to win every tournament I play, but it would be special to win up there. Nothing like winning at home.”
Trivia:
He was given the Ben Hogan Award as the top college player in 2005.
He won the Haskins Award in 2005 as the outstanding collegiate golfer in the nation.
At age 20, he made the cut at the Masters, finishing at #45 in 2003.
He finished #64 in the FedEx Cup Standing and #40 in the world rankings in 2012.
He had one victory in the 2015 season, with four top-10s, and finished 32nd on the PGA Tours money list.
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