Lucas Hendley Glover is an American Professional golfer who currently plays on the PGA Tour. Lucas Glover is best known for winning the 2009 U.S. Open.
|Full Name||Lucas Hendley Glover|
|Birth Date||12th November 1979.|
|Birth Place||Greenville, South Carolina.|
|Height||6 ft 2 in/187.96 Cm.|
|Weight||88 kg/194 Lbs.|
|Sporting Nationality||United States.|
|Turned Professional||2001 Current tour PGA Tour.|
|Highest Ranking||15 ( August 16, 2009 ).|
|Number of wins by tour|
|Korn Ferry Tour||1|
|Best results in major championships (wins:1)|
|The Open Championship||T12:2011|
|Net Worth||$ 12 million ( INR 95.81 Cr)|
|Last Updated||July 2022|
Glover was born in Greenville, South Carolina. After Musselman and Hendley separated and divorced, Musseleman fell behind on child support payments and went more than six months without seeing his son. He ultimately lost custody of his son and was barred from seeing him until his son turned 18.
Lucas was a three-time High School All-American at Wade Hampton High School. He won the South Carolina State High School championship as a freshman and ﬁnished as the runner-up as a junior and senior. He was named ﬁrst-team All-American in 1999.
2002-2003: Nationwide Tour
Glover turned professional in 2001 after graduating from Clemson. He earned $64,692 ( INR 51.65 Lacs) and ﬁnished 67th on the money list. He then went to PGA Tour qualifying school for the ﬁrst time where he ﬁnished tied for 39th which was not good enough to earn his tour card.
2003 was Glover’s breakthrough year on the Nationwide Tour. He made 17 or 26 cuts while recording six top-10 ﬁnishes and 7 top-25 ﬁnishes.
2004: PGA Tour rookie
In his rookie season on tour, he made 17 of 30 cuts while recording two top-10s and ﬁve top-25s. His best ﬁnishes came at the Wachovia Championship and the FUNAI Classic at the Walt
Disney World Resort where he ﬁnished in a tie for 10th. He earned $557,454 ( INR 4.45 Cr) and ﬁnished 134th on the money list.
2005: First PGA Tour Victory Glover had a much better second year on tour. He made 16 of 28 cuts while recording 7 top-10 ﬁnishes and 9 top-25 ﬁnishes. He picked up his ﬁrst PGA Tour victory at the FUNAI Classic at the World Resort in dramatic fashion by holing a 35-yard bunker shot on the 18 th hole for birdie to avoid a playoff with Tom Pernice Jr. Glover went on to ﬁnish 30th on the money list with earnings of $2,050,068 (INR 4.45 Cr).
In 2006, Glover played well on tour. His most impressive ﬁnish came at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational where he ﬁnished in a tie for fourth. Championship where he ﬁnished in a tie for 46th. 2007 was another good year for Glover. Till 2008-2009, …………2020 this year is up and down in his game but he never gives up.In 2021 July, Glover won the John Deere Classic by two shots. In the ﬁnal round, Glover shot seven-under-par 64. This ended a drought of 10 years without a win on the PGA Tour.
Glover has lived in St. Simons Island, Georgia, Simpsonville, South Carolina, and Tequesta, Florida. He has two children with his wife Krista.
Amateur wins :-
● 1998 South Caroline Amateur
● 1999 South Carolina Ameteur
● 2000 South Carolina Ameteur
● 2001 South Carolina Ameteur.
U.S. National Team Appearances
● Palmer Cup: 2000, 2001 (winners)
● Walker Cup: 2001.
● Presidents Cup: 2007 (winners), 2009 (winners)
● 2003 Nationwide Tour graduates
● 2004 PGA Tour Qualifying School graduates
● 2015 Web.com Tour Finals graduates
● 2018 Web.com Tour Finals graduates.
Q. How much are Lucas Glover’s yearly earnings?
Ans :- He earns $1,664,167 ( INR 13.28 Cr) per year.
Q.How old is Lucas Glover?
Ans:- As of 2022, he is 43 years old.