Daniel van Tonder Caddy, Age, Wife, Twitter, and Earnings 2019

Daniel van Tonder

Daniel van Tonder

Daniel van Tonder Caddy Age revealed. Read this article till the end to find each and every detail about him.

Daniel van is a professional golfer from South Africa who plays on the Sunshine Tour. In 2014 he turned into a professional player and has won seven times on the tour.

He has won twice in 2014 at the Investec Royal Swazi Open and the Vodacom Origins of Golf at Euphoria. Likewise in 2019 he also won the Mopani Redpath Greendoor Logistics Zambia Open.

Daniel Van Tonder Age Revealed: How Old?

Daniel Van Tonder age is 30 years old.

The golfer was born on 12 March 1991 in Boksburg, South Africa. Likewise, he holds South African nationality. 

Daniel stands at a decent height of 5 feet and 10 inches (1.78m). Along with this, he weighs around 230 lbs.

Is Daniel Van Married? Wife Revealed

Daniel Van Tonder is happily married to his wife Abigail van Tonder.

However, they haven’t discussed their relationship and personal life with the media yet. They are extremely secretive when it comes to family and personal information.

Quick Facts:

Name Daniel van Tonder
Birthday March 12, 1991
Age 29 years
Gender Male
Height 5 feet 10 inches
Weight 230 lbs
Nationality South African
Profession Golfer
Net Worth $5 Million
Married/Single Married
Wife Abigail van Tonder
Twitter Danie van Tonder

Some Interesting Facts About Daniel Van Tonder:

  1. Daniel van is active on Twitter handle under the account name @DanieVanTonder_. He joined Twitter in February of 2014.
  2. The golfer Daniel’s career earnings are estimated to around $5 million as stated by celebsagewiki. Tonder’s income source is mostly from being a successful golf caddy.
  3. Talking about his tournament stats, Fwy 76.5%, GIR% 52.8, Avg.Drive 298.0, Avg. Gir Putts 1.8, Sand Save% 45.5, and Long Drive 322.
  4.  In 2009 he played in the Shield IPT Challenge Team in Port Elizabeth and was awarded Player of the Tournament. 
  5.  He represented South Africa on various occasions in 2010 and won the Amateur of the Year award in the Golf Digest in the same year.
  6. In January 2011 he led the South African Amateur Golf Rankings and was 23rd on the World Amateur Rankings.

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