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Yani Tseng

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Age 35
Birthday January 231989
Birth Sign Aquarius
City Taiwan
Country Taiwan
Profession Golfer

Yani Tseng is a famous Golfer, born on January 23, 1989 in Taiwan. As of December 2022, Yani Tseng’s net worth is $6 Million. She won LPGA Tour Player of the Year in two consecutive years, 2010 and 2011. She also won GWAA Female Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011.

Parents Mao Hsin Tseng, Yu-Yun Yang
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Yani Tseng Biography

Taiwanese golfer who first earned a No. 1 world ranking in 2011. Yani Tseng (Chinese: 曾雅妮 ; pinyin: Zēng Yǎní ; born 23 January 1989) is a Taiwanese professional golfer playing on the U.S.-based LPGA Tour. She is the youngest player ever, male or female, to win five major championships and was ranked number 1 in the Women’s World Golf Rankings for 109 consecutive weeks from 2011 to 2013..

She was born to Mao Hsin and Yu-Yun and grew up with a brother and a sister.

Tseng was the top-ranked amateur in Taiwan from 2004 to 2006. The highlight of her amateur career was winning the 2004 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links, defeating Michelle Wie in the final, 1 up. Her amateur accomplishments include:

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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Tseng entered the LPGA Qualifying Tournament in the fall of 2007 and finished sixth in the final Qualifying Tournament in December which gave Tseng full playing privileges on the LPGA Tour for 2008. In June 2008, she claimed her first LPGA tour victory at the LPGA Championship to become the first player from Taiwan to win an LPGA major championship. At age 19, she was also the youngest player to win the LPGA Championship and the second-youngest player to win an LPGA major.

Yani Tseng Net Worth

Yani Tseng is one of the richest Golfer & listed on most popular Golfer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Yani Tseng‘s net worth $6 Million.

Net Worth $6 Million
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House Living in own house.

She was the 2002 Callaway Junior World Golf Champion at age 13.

Tseng entered the LPGA Qualifying Tournament in the fall of 2007 and finished sixth in the final Qualifying Tournament in December which gave Tseng full playing privileges on the LPGA Tour for 2008. In June 2008, she claimed her first LPGA tour victory at the LPGA Championship to become the first player from Taiwan to win an LPGA major championship. At age 19, she was also the youngest player to win the LPGA Championship and the second-youngest player to win an LPGA major.

Tseng turned professional in January 2007. That year she competed on the Ladies Asian Golf Tour and won the DLF Women’s Indian Open. She also competed on the CN Canadian Women’s Tour where she won the CN Canadian Women’s Tour at Vancouver Golf Club.

Tseng was named LPGA Tour Rookie of the Year in 2008.

Who is Yani Tseng dating?

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In September 2010, Tseng was offered a five-year sponsorship deal from a Chinese company worth NT$1 billion (US$25 million) with access to a luxury villa and private jets. Tseng rejected the offer because it required she switch her citizenship from Republic of China to China.

Yani Tseng Height

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Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Golfer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Taiwan. Yani Tseng celebrates birthday on January 23 of every year.

On 29 March 2009, Tseng became the fastest player in LPGA history to reach the $2 million mark in career earnings. She achieved this mark in 32 events, spanning one year, one month, and 13 days. The previous record holder was Paula Creamer who reached the mark in one year, four months, and 15 days in 2006.

Where does Yani Tseng live?

Tseng lives in a residential community at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club in Orlando, Florida, in a house that she purchased from former LPGA player Annika Sörenstam in April 2009. Tseng was named on Time magazine’s list of the “100 Most Influential People in the World in 2012.”

What happened to golfer Sung Hyun Park?

Last season, Park was rehabilitating through a shoulder injury sustained at the end of the 2019 and used the time off due to the COVID-19 pandemic to adequately rest. Though Park said she is fully recovered and doesn’t feel any more pain – she has been a ubiquitous presence at Orange Tree Golf Club in Orlando, Fla.

Who bought Annika Sorenstam house?

The 2021 Gainbridge LPGA at Lake Nona later this month gives 32-year-old Tseng a chance to ease back into competitive golf. In 2009, she bought Annika Sorenstam’s old house at Nona, with big plans on how to fill her enormous built-in trophy case.

Does IK Kim still play golf?

Kim In-Kyung, also called In-Kyung Kim and I. K. Kim (born 13 June 1988), is a South Korean professional golfer currently playing on the LPGA Tour.

Is So Yeon Ryu married?

I’m married and I have more family now, a housewife and golf and a lot of things going on.” It got so bad that in her 12th year on Tour, she had to go back to Q Series.

On 4 April 2010, Tseng won the first major championship of the LPGA season, the Kraft Nabisco Championship, by one stroke. She went on to win her second major of the year on 1 August 2010 by winning the Women’s British Open by one stroke and became the youngest woman in the modern era to win three major championships. LPGA founder Patty Berg was younger than Tseng when she won the 1939 Titleholders Championship. However, that was before the formation of the LPGA Tour in 1950 and the designation of official LPGA major tournaments.

In June 2011, she won the LPGA State Farm Classic over Cristie Kerr by three strokes. Two weeks later, she won the LPGA Championship. This made her the youngest player to win four LPGA majors. The next month she defended her title at the Women’s British Open, becoming the first defending champion winner at the Women’s British Open as a major. Her five major titles also made her the youngest player, male or female, to win five major championships.

In January 2011, Tseng defended her title at the Taifong Ladies Open on the LPGA of Taiwan Tour. Three weeks later she won the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open and a week later the ANZ RACV Ladies Masters, both events co-sponsored by the ALPG Tour and the Ladies European Tour. Her wins moved her into the number 1 position in the Women’s World Golf Rankings. She won again the next week in the first tournament of the LPGA season, the Honda LPGA Thailand.

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