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Corey Pavin was born on the 16th November 1959, in Oxnard, California USA and is a professional golfer, who has 28 wins at pro level, including the US Open in 1995. From 1986 to 1997, Pavin spent more than 150 weeks in the top ten of the Official World Golf Rankings. His career started in 1982.
Have you ever wondered how rich Corey Pavin is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Pavin’s net worth is as high as $12 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a professional golfer. In addition to playing golf, Pavin also has various endorsement deals, which have improved his wealth too.
Corey Pavin Net Worth $12 Million
Corey Pavin is a son of Jack and Barbara Pavin; he went to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). In 1981, Pavin participated in the Jewish version of the Olympics, the 1981 Maccabiah Games, and won two gold medals. A year later, Corey became a professional, and already in 1983, he won the South African PGA Championship, Calberson Classic and Lufthansa German Open in Cologne.
In April 1984, Pavin recorded his first PGA Tour win at the Houston Coca-Cola Open, and later he was also victorious at the New Zealand Open in Arrowtown. Corey’s second PGA Tour win came in 1985 when he defeated Bob Murphy at the Colonial National Invitation in Fort Worth, Texas. Pavin successfully defended his title at the New Zealand Open, and won the ABC Cup in Kato, Japan. In 1986, he added two more PGA Tour titles after wins at the Hawaiian Ope, and the Greater Milwaukee Open, and these wins helped Pavin to increase his net worth significantly.
The following year, Corey was again at the top in Hawaii, and won the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, played in La Quinta, California and Palm Desert, California. After the title at the Texas Open, San Antonio in 1988, he was win less until 1991, when another victory at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic came along, and at the Bell South Atlanta Golf Classic. That season, Pavin was the PGA Tour leading money winner, and PGA Player of the Year.
From 1992 to 1994, Pavin won titles at the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Top Cup Tokai Classic in Miyoshi, Japan, and Los Angeles Open. The biggest win of his professional career came in 1995 when Pavin beat the Australian Greg Norman by two strokes at the US Open, the achievement that additionally improved Pavin’s wealth. The next season, Corey secured his second win at the Nissan Open, while his last title in the ‘90s came in 1996 at the MasterCard Colonial.
He didn’t record a win in the next ten years, but the draught ended at the US Bank Championship in Milwaukee in July 2006. Corey entered the Champions Tour in 2010 and his latest win was at the Allianz Championship in 2012 in Boca Raton, Florida, defeating Peter Senior through a play-off. Corey Pavin has also represented his country at the Ryder Cup on three occasions – 1991, 1993, and 1995, while in 2010, he was named the captain of the US team, but they lost to the European side.
Regarding his personal life, Corey Pavin was married to Shannon Healy and has two children with her, while in 2003, he married Lisa Nguyen.