Max Mehles is a young golfer who is played college-level golf from the University of Kentucky before graduating in the year 2020 and waiting for his turn to shine after the pandemic ends.
Furthermore, if there is one thing that made him into the news is him being the boyfriend of the current champion of AIG Women’s Open for the very first time Sophia Popova who is also one of the emerging professional golfer from Germany making her appearance in the American grounds being from Underdog to Champion over a week. Want to know more? just get down to know more facts about him mentioned in the list.
|Education||University of Kentucky|
Very proud to have graduated from the @universityofky last week.
I would like to thank our athletic director @UKMitchBarnhart, my coaches Brian Craig and Ben Fuqua, my academic advisor Amy Craiglow, my teammates and their families.. (1/2)@UKmensgolf @UKAthletics pic.twitter.com/DE5xO5g4SB
— Max Mehles (@Max_Mehles) May 15, 2020
10 facts on Max Mehles
- Max Mehles is a German professional golfer known widely as the boyfriend of AIG Women’s Open 2020, Sophia Popova.
- He was born and raised in Germany yet the details consisting of his birthday and other details are not available.
- Considering his details, Max Mehles seems to be currently in the age of twenties.
- Yet to make his mark as a professional golfer which is why he lacks a wiki-bio of his own.
- Although, he is gaining huge hype being the boyfriend of Sophia Popov and they haven’t decided to take their relationship forward.
- Moving to his family, he was born in a german family though details about his parents and other members of the family aren’t known.
- Being in the athletic field, he has a well-maintained body that stands an impressive height of 1.83 meters
- He must be earning well from his career already but we haven’t got details about his net worth and salary.
- In social media, he is available on Twitter where he has already gathered some followers who seem to grow.
- Lastly, he will be competing for his top-flight competition after the condition is found to be normal