Nelly Korda is an American professional golf player. She is very young and multiple winners of LPGA tours which is a Ladies Professional Golf Association tours. She started her professional career in 2016 at a very young age when she was just 16 years old. As most people say golf is a rich person game as no physical confrontation is require and enjoy their own time playing the sports.
Nelly Korda is the daughter of a famous tennis player as her dad is a professional Czech Tennis player and her mother is also a tennis player. She has one sister and a brother as they all live together as her brother is also a tennis player in the boy’s division and has won an Australian open whereas her sister also plays golf on the LPGA tour.
|Birthday||July 28, 1998|
|Parents||Petr Korda (Father) Regina Rajchrtova(Mother)|
|Net Worth||above $1 million|
|Married/Single||In a relationship|
10 Facts about Nelly Korda:
- Nelly Korda was born on July 28, 1998, in Florida, USA and she is just 22 years old.
- Her father’s name is Petr Korda who was a former Czech professional tennis player who has won the Australian Open in 1998 and her mother Regina Rajchrtova is also a professional tennis player who played for Czechoslovakia.
- She has an elder sister Jessica Korda who is a professional golf player and her younger brother Sebastian Korda is a professional tennis player who has its own Australian Open in boy’s division.
- She is 5 feet and 8 inches tall giving her an advantage while playing golf.
- She has her own Wikipedia page where there is information regarding her professional as well as her personal life.
- She is in a relationship with professional Canadian ice hockey player Andreas Athanasiou.
- Nelly has her own Instagram profile username @nellykorda where she has 142k followers over there.
- Nelly net worth is approximately more than 1 million dollars at a very young age.
- She donated a lot of money during Australia Bush fire as she has mentioned Australia holds a special place in her heart.
- Nelly is ranked in 3 positions in women’s professional golf players in 2019.