Corey Conners

Name: Corey Conners ( Corey Conners )
Born: January 06, 1992
Age: 32 years old
Birthplace: Ontario, Canada
Height: 6 Feet
Occupation: professional golfer
Relationship Status: married
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  • Horoscope: Capricorn
  • Net worth: $5 000 000
  • Ethnicity: white
  • Nationality: Canadian
  • Fathers name: Mike Conners
  • Mothers name: Janet Conners
  • Education: Kent State University
  • Weight: 86.0
  • Hair color: Dark brown
  • Eye color: Hazel
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    Corey Conners: biography

    Corey Conners is a professional golfer from Canada who now plays on the PGA tour.

    Childhood and youth

    Corey Conners was born on January 6, 1992, in Listowel, Ontario, Canada. Growing up, Conners was a multi-sport athlete who excelled in hockey, soccer, and baseball in addition to golf. However, he eventually focused his attention on golf, and his passion for the sport continued to grow.

    Conners began playing golf at the age of four with his father, and he quickly showed a natural talent for the game. He played his first competitive tournament at the age of six and began competing in local junior events shortly thereafter. By the time he reached high school, Conners was one of the top junior golfers in Ontario and was regularly competing in regional and national tournaments.

    After graduating from high school, Conners attended Kent State University in Ohio, where he played on the men's golf team. During his time at Kent State, Conners was a three-time All-Mid-American Conference selection and helped lead the Golden Flashes to a conference championship in 2012.

    Professional golf career

    Corey Conners began his professional golf career in 2015, playing on various mini-tours in North America. In his first year as a professional, Conners played on the Mackenzie Tour - PGA Tour Canada, where he recorded three top-10 finishes in 11 events. He continued to compete on the Mackenzie Tour in 2016, posting four top-10 finishes in 12 events.

    In 2017, Conners earned his PGA Tour card through the Tour, where he finished in 26th place on the money list. He made his PGA Tour debut at the 2017 Safeway Open, where he finished tied for 62nd. Throughout the 2017-18 PGA Tour season, Conners made 24 cuts in 32 events and earned over $1.1 million in prize money.

    Despite his success on the PGA Tour, Conners faced a setback in 2019 when he lost his PGA Tour card. However, he regained his card through the Tour Finals and went on to have a breakout year in 2019. Conners won his first PGA Tour event at the Valero Texas Open, where he shot a final round 66 to secure a two-stroke victory. His win at the Valero Texas Open also earned him a spot in the 2019 Masters Tournament, where he finished in a tie for 46th.

    Corey Conners
    Corey Conners / Instagram

    In 2020, Conners had another solid season on the PGA Tour, recording seven top-25 finishes in 18 events. He finished in a tie for seventh at the RBC Heritage and a tie for 10th at the PGA Championship. Conners also finished in the top 25 in the FedEx Cup standings for the second consecutive season.

    In 2021, Conners continued to compete at a high level on the PGA Tour, recording five top-10 finishes in 29 events. He finished in a tie for eighth at the Masters Tournament and a tie for third at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He also represented Canada at the Tokyo Olympics, where he finished in a tie for 13th.

    Despite qualifying for the International team at the 2022 Presidents Cup, Conners ended up losing all four of the matches he played.

    Corey secured his second PGA Tour victory in April 2023 by winning the Valero Texas Open for the second time.

    Throughout his professional career, Corey Conners has been known for his consistency and precision on the golf course. His strong ball-striking ability and steady play have made him a player to watch in the future of professional golf.

    Personal life

    Corey Conners is known for his dedication to golf and his focused approach to the game, but he also has a personal life outside of golf. He is married to Mallory Conners, who he met while they were both attending Kent State University.

    In addition to golf, Conners enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He is also a fan of hockey and supports the Toronto Maple Leafs. Conners is also involved in charitable work and has supported various causes throughout his career, including the Ronald McDonald House and the Canadian Cancer Society.

    Corey Conners with his wife
    Corey Conners with his wife / Instagram

    Off the golf course, Conners is known for his calm and humble demeanor. He has been praised by fellow players and fans alike for his sportsmanship and his respect for the game. Conners has also spoken openly about his mental health struggles, including his battle with anxiety, and has used his platform to raise awareness about mental health issues in sports and society as a whole.

    Achievements and accomplishments

    • Winner of the 2019 Valero Texas Open, his first PGA Tour victory
    • Has recorded seven top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour
    • Represented Canada in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics
    • Tied for 10th place at the 2020 PGA Championship
    • Tied for eighth place at the 2021 Masters Tournament
    • Tied for third place at the 2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational
    • Ranked in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking
    • Three-time All-Mid-American Conference selection while playing for Kent State University
    • Helped lead Kent State to a conference championship in 2012
    • Multiple top-10 finishes on the Mackenzie Tour - PGA Tour Canada
    • Has earned over $7 million in career earnings on the PGA Tour
    • Has been featured in various golf publications, including Golf Digest and Golfweek

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