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Nick Faldo, golfer and CBC Sports golf lead analyst 

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Nick Faldo

Nick Faldo Biography

Nick Faldo

Nick Faldo playing golf.[Credit/celebritynetworth]

Nick Faldo is an English professional golfer, born on 18th July 1957. His full byline is Sir Nicholas Alexander Faldo. He was born in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England in the United Kingdom.

His parents are Joyce Smalley Faldo and George Arthur Faldo. Faldo is currently mainly an on-air golf analyst.

What is most unique about Nick is that he was ranked No.1 on the Official World Golf Ranking for a total of 97 weeks. That was a record broken and mostly celebrated by many.

Faldo’s dedication to the game always put him on the map during his era. Nick had 41 professional wins. They included 30 victories on the European Tour and six major championships.

The six include three Open Championships (1987, 1990, and 1992) and three Masters (1989, 1990, and 1996).

Nick Faldo has since become a television commentator for major golf championships. He made an impressive step and in 2006 he became the lead golf analyst for CBS Sports.

In addition, Faldo made more moves and thus joined the BBC Sport on-air team for coverage of the Open Championship. That was in the year 2012.

Nick Faldo’s professional career

Nick Faldo prowess was noticed in the United States. As a result, he was given a golf scholarship to the University of Houston.

After 10 weeks of school attendance, he left the school which he felt was a distraction to his golf game.

He became a professional golfer at the year 1976. He joined the European Professional Golfers Association.

As an icon he is in the field of golf, Nick Faldo achieved instant European Tour successes. He finished eighth on the order of Merit in 1977 and third in 1978. He also won the European Tour event in each of those seasons.

In 1977, he became the then-young Ryder Cup player at the age of 20.

Faldo continued his European Tour successes in the early-1980s, winning two consecutive Sun Alliance PGA Championships in England, in 1980 and 1981. Faldo finished top of the Order of Merit in 1983, with five European Tour victories.

Faldo’s career went on to blossom as the seasons went on. In July 1993, Faldo won Carroll’s Irish Open for an unprecedented third time in a row. Starting his final round four shots behind José María Faldo’s fourth round of 65 enabled him to tie over 72 holes with Olazábal.

Nick Faldo’s career progress

Nick Faldo tied at the 5th place at the 2002 U.S. Open. That was a month before his 45th birthday. At the 2003 Open Championship, at the Royal St George’s, Faldo shot a fine third round of 67 and was briefly in contention for the tournament during the final round.

Faldo made more wins in the following years. He has won more major golf championships than any other player from the continent of Europe since World War 1.

Only one European golfer, Harry Vardon, who won seven majors in a span between 1896 and 1914, has had more major victories than Faldo. Other than Vardon, only one golfer from outside the United States (Gary Player from South Africa) has won more majors than Faldo.

Faldo was named the PGA Tour Player of the Year in 1990 and the European Tour Player of the Year in 1989, 1990 and 1992, and has won 29 European Tour titles.

In addition to his career life, Faldo was selected as captain of the European Ryder Cup team in 2008.

Nick Faldo’s net worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Nick Faldo has an approximated net worth of $60 million. Reports indicated that apart from getting his pay from his golf career, he also earns through endorsements and sponsorships.

Nick Faldo’s salary

Although Faldo’s salary is not indicated on many sites, it is reported that the average salary of a golfer is $68 k per year.

Nick Faldo

Nick Faldo.[Credit/golf.com]

Nick Faldo’s endorsements

Of the mentioned endorsements deals, Nick had a one-year personal deal with a Scotch whiskey brand named Glenmorangie.

In 2007, Mercedes-Benz also signed Faldo to act as brand ambassador to promote the revival of the Maybach brand of ultra-luxury automobiles

Nick Faldo’s family

Faldo has had a controversial marriage life. Between 1979 and 1984, he was married to Melanie Rockall. They later divorced and he married Gill Bennett between 1986 and 1998.

Nick was also married to Valerie Bercher from 2001 to 2006.

His children are Matthew Faldo, Natalie Faldo, Emma Scarlet and Georgia Faldo.

Nick Faldo foundation and charity work

The golf icon has a foundation called ‘The Nick Faldo Charitable Trust’. The goal of the organization is; “To advance the education of young people in England and Wales particularly through recreation, sport and leisure; The relief of sickness, promotion of health and education of children and young people and other charitable purposes; and The relief of persons in need who are suffering by reason of illness old age infirmity poverty or distress.”

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