Duffy Waldorf Net Worth

February 25, 2023
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Duffy Waldorf was born on 20 August 1962 in Northridge, a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California as James Joseph Waldorf Jr., and is known as an American professional golf player, having won four PGA tour titles.

So just how rich is Duffy Waldorf as of late 2017? Authoritative sources estimate that Waldorf’s net worth is as high as $12 million, accumulated from his over three decades-long career as a professional golfer.

Duffy Waldorf Net Worth $12 million

Duffy attended the University of California, Los Angeles, and was on in a golf team there from 1982 to 1985. His college golfing career was successful – Duffy had his first amateur win in 1984 when he won the California State Amateur Championship, and was the two-time NCAA All-American, and the College Player of the Year in 1985, and the Pac-10 Individual Champion in the same year, and in addition was selected for the Walker Cup. Waldorf holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology.

Having graduated from college, he went on to become a professional player in 1985, in the same year joining the PGA Tour. As a professional player, he scored his first victory in October 1995 in LaCantera Texas Open, beating runner-up Justin Leonard by six strokes. In the next year, Duffy claimed a T5 at the Masters in providing his best career finish in a major championship. In 1997, Duffy lost to David Duval in the Michelob Championship at Kingsmill, defeated by a birdie on first extra hole. In 1999, Waldorf was defeated by his opponent Dennis Paulson in the Buick Classic. However, he quickly bounced back and scored a victory in the playoff of the competition. The similar thing happened when in Westin Texas Open when he defeated his rival Ted Tryba in another playoff. On 29 October 2000, Duffy won the National Car Rental Golf Classic Disney, and his champion tour wins include the 2015 Toshiba Classics victory over Joe Durant, with a score of minus 20, and he defeated Tom Lehman in January 2016 in the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai by one stroke.

As of the most recent past, Waldorf competed in the previously mentioned championship again in January 2017. He played in the total of two rounds and ended up with a score of 132. In the following month, he participated in Allianz Championship where he had the score of 210. On 19 March 2017, Duffy reportedly earned $42,500 when he played in Tucson Conquistadores Classic. In addition to that, he played in the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge in two rounds, earning $104,166.67. Overall, Waldorf has five top ten finishes with a scoring average of 70.33. His sand save percentage is 53.13%. Besides his PGA victories, he had three additional victories. Waldorf was on the 193rd place on 2012 PGA Tour Money List. He currently plays on the Champions Tour.

In his personal life, Duffy is married to Vicky Waldorf; the couple has four children together and resides in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

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