Brittany Lang, an American Professional Golfer Born on August 22, 1985, in Virginia. Being an inspiration for the several newcomers on the golf, she herself developed a great attraction. Lang completed her graduation from McKinney High school and started playing golf at Duke University.
After playing two years in college, Lang turned her career to professional in 2005. She received sponsorship in 2005 to State farm classic, Canadian Women’s open and Owens Corning Classic. By the year 2008, she was a recorded six top-ten finishes and During her third season in LPGA Tour, her career earning exceed up to $1million at the end of 2008.
Just like the saying,” Don’t give up Great things take time”, the most awaited moment of her life came in 2012, and she had registered her first winning as a professional at the inaugural Manulife Financial LPGA Classic in Canada.
Lang has total seven top-ten finishes in Major Tournaments: one as an amateur and six as a Professional. She was a solo runner-up at the Women’s British open in 2011.
She has represented her country for four successive Cups in 2009, 2011, 2013, and 2015.
According to the Women’s world Golf rankings, she was ranked in 44th place in 2015.
Recently she has won a trophy on the 18th green after defeating Anna Nordqvist of Sweden in a three-hole Playoff to win the U.S. Women’s Open at Cordevalle Golf Club on July 9, 2016. She became the second American to win on tour this season.
She Moved from 40th to 21th Place in the Rolex Women’s World Golf, a jumps of 19 Spots.
Brittany Lang Estimated Net worth is around $6,301,553 and yearly Income is around $1,085,718. Lang is in fourth place on the 2016 LPGA Official Money List.