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Adam Schenk Net Worth: How Rich is the Golfer Actually?



Adam Schenk Net Worth

Adam Schenk is an American professional golfer known for playing on the PGA Tour. He is ranked 91 on the Official World Golf Ranking and has won two professional events. As of 2023, Adam Schenk net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.

Who is Adam Schenk?

Full NameAdam Schenk
Date of BirthJanuary 26, 1992
Age31 years old
Born PlaceVincennes, Indiana
ProfessionProfessional golfer
Net Worth$3 million
WifeKourtney Schenk

Adam Schenk is a professional golfer from Indiana. He previously competed on the Tour and won Lincoln Land Charity Championship on June 25, 2017. Schenk has been playing golf nonstop in spring 2023 and the Valspar Championship marked his 10th consecutive start. Though, he lost the championship title to Taylore Moore.

Schenk was born on January 26, 1992, in Vincennes, Indiana. Not much is discovered about his upbringing, parents, and early life. Regarding his education, he studied at Purdue University. Schenk played college golf at the University and won twice as a freshman.

Adam Schenk Net Worth & Career


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Adam Schenk competed on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica after turning professional in 2014. At the early stage of his career, he had six top-10 finishes, including the best finish of fourth at the Honduras Open and the Abierto Mexicano de Golf.

Schenk competed on the Tour in 2016, where he had the best second finish at the United Leasing & Finance Championship. The following year, he competed on the Tour and won his first professional event at the Lincoln Land Charity Championship.

Adam got his PGA Tour card for 2017 after finishing 12th on the regular season money list. While competing on the PGA Tour in 2018, he earned a top-10 finish at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Following that, he finished at 157 on the FedEx Cup standings.

Schenk earned his 2019 PGA Tour card after he finished seventh in the Finals rankings. He also posted three top-10 finishes in 4 events, including second place at the Albertsons Boise Open. In 2019, he posted 3 top-10 finishes and also retained his card for 2020 after finishing 71st on the FedEx Cup standings.

In October 2021, he held his first-ever 54-hold lead on his PGA Tour career at the Shriners Children’s Open. He got his best-ever finish on tour after finishing third at the event. In March 2023, he played at the 2023 Valspar Championship. And had a second 54-hole lead.

Adam showed his best form at Valspar Championship and became the first player to reach double digits with a 71-foot birdie bomb at the par 4 12th hole. Schenk and Taylore Moore remain tied for the lead after Moore posted 10 under and Schenk made a 16-footer for part at the par-3 penultimate hole.

Schenk looked like he was about to get his first PGA Tour to win. But he fell short of the victory after hitting his worst tee shot where his ball ended up inches from a tree trunk. Moreover, his third shot failed to get to the back shelf as the ball rolled back into the fringe. 

Adam Schenk’s Wife & Personal Life

Adam Schenk is married to his longtime girlfriend Kourtney Schenk. He tied the knot with Kourtney at the Old Cathedral Catholic Church on December 7, 2019. Schenk doesn’t forget to celebrate his marriage anniversary with his wife every year. On December 8, 2020, he shared a post on Instagram with the caption “Happy Anniversary to my best friend and wife, 1 down and forever to go”.

Kourtney is reportedly eight months pregnant and is about to give birth to a baby boy in April. On November 14, 2022, Schenk revealed the gender of her unborn child on Instagram with the caption “Baby boy Schenk arriving in April!”. Kourtney recently made it to Palm Harbor, Florida to see her husband play in the final round of the Valspar Championship. She had hardly slept as she woke up at 2 am to catch a flight to Tampa.

Adam Schenk Net Worth

Adam Schenk has earned an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2023. He has accumulated total career earnings of $6,656,219 from his professional golf career. Adam took home a consolation prize amount of $88,2900 after finishing as a runner-up at the Valspar Championship.

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