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Harold Varner III

Facts About Harold Varner III

Celebrated Name Harold Varner III
Age 32 Years Old
Nick Name Harold Varner III
Birth Name Harold Varner III
Birth Date 1990-08-15
Gender Male
Profession Golfer
Nationality American
Birth Nation USA
Place Of Birth Akron
Ethnicity African American
Race Black
Record Won Australian PGA Championship
Famous For Being a professional golfer
Best Known For Being one of the longer drivers on tour
Father Harold Varner Jr.
Mother Patricia Carter
Siblings Unknown
High School Forestview High School
University East Carolina University
Religion Christian
Horoscope Leo
Marital Status Unmarried
Sexual Orientation Straight
Girlfriend Amanda Singlton (Break Up)
Children 0
Net Worth In Million
Salary Unknown
Source of Wealth Golf Career
Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Weight 165 lb (75 kg; 11.8 st)
Body Measurement Unknown
Bicep Size Unknown
Chest Size Unknown
Waist Size Unknown
Shoe Size Unknown
Dress Size Unknown
Residence Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Body Type Average
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Harold Varner III is an American professional golfer. Having turned professional in 2012, Varner currently plays on the PGA Tour and is one of few African-American PGA Tour golfers. He is one of the longer drivers on the PGA Tour. Varner won his only major championship,  the Australian PGA Championship in 2016, becoming the first American to win the Australian PGA Championship and the third black man to win on the European Tour. As of April 2021, he has recorded 13 Top 10 finishes. His best finish at the RBC Heritage placed him in the Top 100 on the OWGR. 

What is Harold Varner III Famous For?

  • One of few African-American PGA Tour golfer. 

Harold Varner III father

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Where is Harold Varner III From?

Harold Varner was born on 15 August 1990. His birth place is in Akron, Ohio in the United States. He holds an American Nationality. He belongs to African-American ethnicity. Varner grew up in Gastonia, North Carolina. Varner was born to a father Harold Varner Jr. and a mother Patricia Carter. He has a sister. His religion is Christianity.

Varner attended Forestview High School, where he played golf. After high school, he attended East Carolina University. He played collegiate golf and was named Conference USA player of the year.

Harold Varner III mother

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Harold Varner III Career

  • Varner competed in the 2010 U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington. 
  • After competing in several amateur tournaments, Varner turned professional in 2012. 
  • He missed the cut at the Chiquita Classic. 
  • He played on the eGolf Tour and Florida Tour, and Web.com Tour. 
  • He qualified for the 2013 U.S. Open where he missed the cut. 
  • He made 13 cuts in 21 tournaments with two top-10 finishes in 2014.
  • He tied for second place at the Rex Hospital Open in 2014. 
  • In his first full season in 2014, he finished 30th on the money list. 
  • He played in two PGA Tours events in 2015, the Northern Trust Open and Wells Fargo Championship.
  • He recorded five to-25 finishes in the 2015 season. He had finished runner-up at the Panama Claro Championship. 
  • He earned a PGA Tour card for the 2015-16 season after he finished 25th on the Web.com Tour regular-season money list. 

Harold Varner III Titles

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  • He tied for 66th place in 2016 The Open Championship. 
  • Varner earned his first professional golf victory in December 2016 when he won the Australian PGA Championship. 
  • He is only the second American to win the Australian PGA Championship. Hale Irwin won it in 1978. 
  • He tied for 50th place in the World Golf Championships in 2017.
  • His best finish in major events in 2017 came at the Wyndham Championship, where he tied for 10th place. 
  • He missed the cut in the 2018 US Open. 
  • In 2018, his best finish came at the A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier where he tied for 5th place.
  • He tied for second place to reach the final round of the PGA Championship on Bethpage Black outside of New York City in May 2019. He tied for 36th place in the final. 
  • He tied for 29th place in the 2020 PGA Championship.
  • Varner recorded his best finish on PGA Tour at the 2021 RBC Heritage. He tied for second place. 
  • With his finish at the RBC Heritage, he reached the top 100 OWGR, ranking in 73rd place. 

Harold Varner III wife

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Harold Varner III Wife

Harold Varner III is a married man. The PGA Tour golfer Varner is married to Amanda Singleton. They met when he was 17. The couple tied a knot to each other on 26 September 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic. For their honeymoon, the couple went to Bermuda. He maintains a private life regarding his personal life. Thus, not many details are known for now. The couple does not have kids yet. 

He lives in Jacksonville Beach, Florida.  

Harold Varner III Height

Harold Varner III stands at a height of 1.75 m i.e. 5 feet and 9 inches tall. He has a body weight of 165 lbs i.e. 75 kg. His sexual orientation is straight. 

Harold Varner III Net Worth

Harold Varner earns from his professional career as a golfer. He plays on the PGA Tour. As of early 2021, one of few African-American golfers, Varner has earned over $7 million in career earnings from his playing career. His other income comes from endorsements and sponsorship deals. He has a sponsorship deal with the Jordan brand. At present, his net worth is estimated at around $5 million. 

Trivias About Harold Varner III You Need To Know.

  • His father is a golfer fan.
  • He is the first player in East Carolina University history to be named Conference USA Player of the Year.
  • He is the first African-American golfer to advance to the PGA Tour via the Web.com Tour.
  • He is the third black man to win on the European Tour after Vincent Tshabalala of South African and Tiger Woods.
  • He is the third black man to win on the European Tour after Vincent Tshabalala of South African and Tiger Woods.
  • He is the founder of the HV3 Foundation that give kids affordable access to sports.