Jason Kokrak’s net worth is $22 million. He is a very famous American golfer who has earned a total of $22 million till date as stated by Spotrac so Mashoor estimates his worth around $22 million.
Jason Kokrak Biography
American professional golfer Jason Kokrak competes in the LIV Golf Invitational Series. Prior to that, he competed on the PGA Tour.
He was brought into this world on May 22, 1985 in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. He has more than 14k followers on Instagram – jasonkokrak.
He has won 2006 Ohio Amateur and 2007 Ohio Amateur.
|Date of Birth
|May 22, 1985
|North Bay, Ontario, Canada
|Theresa Marcotte Kokrak
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|JFK High School
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Jason Kokrak, who was up in North Bay, Ontario, played high school golf at JFK High School in Warren, Ohio, where, as Division III medalist, he twice guided the Eagles to the state title. He later graduated in 2007 after playing college golf at Cincinnati’s Xavier University. He won the Ohio Amateur championships in 2006 and 2007 while still in college. Jason Kokrak started a career after graduating. Kokrak finished first among all competitors in the 36-hole match play qualifying round for the 2007 U.S. Amateur at the Olympic Club in San Francisco with a score of 137. He participated in the U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club the same year after successfully advancing through sectional and regional qualifying.
Four of Kokrak’s nine professional triumphs have come on the eGolf Professional Tour. Kokrak was the top money earner on the tour in 2010 after taking home two victories. He advanced to the final round of qualifying school during that same season, earning conditional status on the Nationwide Tour. He won the Donald Ross Championship and the St. James Plantation Championship in 2011. Despite playing in just three events, Kokrak placed second on the eGolf Tour’s money list.
The Albertsons Boise Open in Boise, Idaho, where Kokrak competed on the Nationwide Tour, was the event he won in September 2011. His 72-hole total at Hillcrest Country Club was 266 (18), which featured rounds of 68, 68, 63, and 67. In his third round, Kokrak made three consecutive birdies, falling one short of the Nationwide Tour record of seven, on holes one through six. His victory margin of two strokes and winnings of $130,500 propelled him from position 70 to position 13 on the season’s money list. Kokrak was the final participant to be admitted to the field and an alternative.
On October 16, 2011, Jason Kokrak won the Miccosukee Championship by seven shots with rounds of 63-66-69 and a final round 66. This was his second Nationwide Tour triumph in a month. Driving distance and putts per green in regulation were among the top 10 in the field, while Kokrak had the most greens hit in regulation. Kokrak was practically guaranteed a spot on the PGA Tour in 2012 because to the $108,000 first prize, which propelled him to the fourth spot on the Nationwide Tour money list.
Jason Kokrak ended the season on October 30, 2011, with rounds of 67, 67, 75, and 75 at the Nationwide Tour Championship, placing T5th overall. With total earnings of $338,092 from only 16 tournaments, his victories of $36,500 elevated him to fourth place among money winners on the Nationwide Tour. Due to his performance in 2011, Kokrak was qualified to play on the PGA Tour in 2012. On January 12, 2012, Jason Kokrak played in his debut PGA Tour event at the Sony Open in Hawaii, where he placed 75th.
With rounds of 68, 67, 72, and 70 for a 277 total and a 9th-place finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on February 12, 2012, Kokrak achieved his first top-10 result on the PGA Tour. He had the highest percentage of greens in regulation (GIR) in the field (77%), and he also helped his Pro-Am team place 11th. Jason Kokrak placed second at the 2012 Frys.com Open, one stroke behind Jonas Blixt. He finished 9th in driving distance for the week with an average distance of 309 yards, leading the field in greens in regulation.
With two tournaments left in the 2012 season, Kokrak’s $440,000 in earnings for the week propelled him up 50 spots to position 117 on the PGA Tour money list, giving him a chance to maintain his Tour privileges rather than being without status for 2013. On the money list, he would complete the year at position 119. The March 5, 2012 issue of Golf World included a four-page piece titled “The Making of a Bomber” that included Kokrak. Kokrak’s growth as a young golfer, his teaching influences, and details about his equipment requirements were all mentioned in the article.
In February 2016, Kokrak started the Northern Trust Open with rounds of 68-64 for a 10-under-par total, holding the lead after 36 holes by one shot. He had never had a 36-hole lead prior in his PGA Tour career. He was second in the final standings, one stroke behind Bubba Watson. His tie for second-place finish on the PGA Tour, which he also attained in the Frys.com Open back in 2012, was matched by this performance. Kokrak was second at the Valspar Championship in March 2019, one stroke behind winner Paul Casey.
Jason Kokrak’s T-2 finish was his first since the 2016 Northern Trust Open and his third runner-up finish in his Tour career. He played in all four events on the 2019 PGA Tour Florida Swing and made every cut since the Open Championship in July 2018. He recorded three top-10 finishes during this time. After nine years and 233 starts, Kokrak captured the CJ Cup at Shadow Creek on October 18, 2020, marking his first PGA Tour triumph. Kokrak won his second PGA Tour contest in May 2021 at the Colonial Country Club’s Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas.
Jordan Spieth was defeated by Kokrak by two shots after shooting a final-round 70. The Hewlett Packard Enterprise Houston Open was won by Kokrak in November 2021 at Memorial Park Municipal Golf Course in Houston, Texas. Kokrak won by two strokes after shooting a final-round 65.
Who is Jason Kokrak ?
Jason Kokrak is an American Golfer.
When was Jason Kokrak born ?
He was born on May 22, 1985.