Last updated on August 14th, 2023 at 01:52 pm
Facts About Brooke Henderson
|25 Years Old
|Brooke Mackenzie Henderson
|Place Of Birth
|Smiths Falls, Ontario
|Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada
|Best Known For
|Becoming the first Canadian in 45 years to win the Canadian Women's Open
Brooke Mackenzie Henderson is a Canadian professional golfer on the LPGA Tour. Henderson was named the Canadian Press female athlete of the year for 2015, 2017 and 2018. She won her first major at age 18 in 2016 at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, becoming the event's youngest winner.
With 13 LPGA wins as of January 2023, Henderson has the most victories of any Canadian golfer on major professional tours. She won her second career major title at the 2022 Evian Championship.
Well Known for:
- She won the Canadian Women's Amateur in 2013 and finished runner-up at the 2014 U.S. Women's Amateur.
- For being first Canadian to Win the Canadian Women's Open in 45 years.
Early Life of Henderson
On 10th September 1997, Brooke was born in Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada. Her nationality is Canadian. Her full name is Brooke Mackenzie Henderson. Her father name is Dave Henderson and mother name is Darlene Henderson. Her Birth sign is Virgo. Her ethnicity is White. She also has a sister named Brittany Henderson who is also a professional golfer.
Currently, his residence is in Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada.
Body Features of Brooke
Brooke has a tall height of 1.63 m (5 feet and 4 inches) and has the weight of 50 kg (110 lbs). She has balanced health.
Career of Brooke
- In the year 2015, April, Brooke set a tournament record with her 36-hole score at the LPGA Tour's Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic.
- She was also the first Canadian to win on the LPGA Tour since Lorie Kane in 2001.
- Later, she was granted immediate LPGA Tour membership.
- In the year 2016, June, She won her first major championship, at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Sahalee Country Club near Seattle.
- She became the youngest to win that major, the second-youngest in any women's major, and the first Canadian to win a major in 48 years.
- She was also a member of the Canadian Olympic Team for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in the women's Olympic golf tournament, positioning seventh.
- She won at the McKayson New Zealand Women's Open was her first LPGA championship outside North America in 2nd October 2017.
- On 14th April 2018, she won the Lotte Championship; her sixth victory on the LPGA Tour; finishing at 12 to win by four strokes over Azahara Munoz.
- She successfully became the first Canadian in 45 years - after Jocelyne Bourassa in 1973 - to win the Canadian Women's Open at the Wascana Country Club in Regina, Saskatchewan on 26th August 2018.
- On 20 April 2019, Henderson defended her title at the Lotte Championship in Hawaii.
- On 16 June 2019, Henderson won the Meijer LPGA Classic in Michigan for the second time – the third LPGA event where she has multiple victories.
- Henderson won the Hugel-Air Premia LA Open on 24 April 2021 for her tenth LPGA Tour victory.
- Henderson increased her LPGA victory total to 11 with her win at the ShopRite LPGA Classic in a playoff over Lindsey Weaver-Wright on 12 June 2022.
- On 22 January, Henderson won the 2023 Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club in Orlando, completing all four rounds in the lead, and achieving her 13th victory on the LPGA Tour.
- In July 2023, Henderson finished second to Céline Boutier at the 2023 Evian Championship, the season's fourth major tournament.
Net Worth of Brooke
The net worth of Golfer, Brooke is estimated to have $18 Million. The salary of Brooke is $2 Million
Affairs of Brooke
Brooke is a very secretive person. She has never mentioned about her relationship to the media and her love life is still hidden. Once, she was rumored to be dating a golfer guy.
Trivias About Brooke Henderson You Need To Know.
- She won the Canadian Women's Amateur in 2013, and finished runner-up at the 2014 U.S. Women's Amateur.
- She successfully became the first Canadian in 45 years - after Jocelyne Bourassa in 1973 - to win the Canadian Women's Open at the Wascana Country ClubShe successfully became the first Canadian in 45 years - after Jocelyne Bourassa in 1973 - to win the Canadian Women's Open at the Wascana Country Club.
- She won at the McKayson New Zealand Women's Open was her first LPGA championship.
- She was also a member of the Canadian Olympic Team for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
- She won her first major championship, at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Sahalee Country Club.