Harris English Biography
|Birth Name||Harris English|
|Birth Place/City||Valdosta, Georgia|
|Education||University of Georgia|
Harris English is a well known professional golfer and currently the member of the PGA Tour. He was born on July 23, 1989, and raised in Valdosta, Georgia. His nationality is American. He is as of now playing for Team Callaway. Till date Harris has asserted an aggregate of two amateur wins which incorporates Georgia State Amateur and Southern Amateur, two PGA Tour wins which incorporate FedEx St. Jude Classic and OHL Classic at Mayakoba, one Nationwide Tour win, and one different win is as yet wanting to win more in future.
English went to The Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tennessee for secondary school, graduating in 2007. While at Baylor, he won a 2005 Tennessee individual state title and won four Tennessee group state titles from 2004 to 2007. Committing as a secondary school junior to the University of Georgia in Athens, English played on the Bulldog golf group and graduated in 2011 with a business degree.
Subsequent to playing in the Walker Cup in 2011 in Scotland, English turned professional in September. His debut was at the Nationwide Tour's Soboba Golf Classic and he almost won his second occasion at the WNB Golf Classic, however, lost in a playoff to Danny Lee. The runner-up completion moved him to 75th on the Nationwide Tour's cash list. In December, English earned his PGA Tour card for 2012 by completing in a tie for thirteenth at the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament.
Proceeding onward to his own life, there are fewer data revealed about it as he doesn't discuss his own life. The
only known certainty is that his dad belongs from a football background. Alongside this, there were likewise a solid gossip tidbits occurring about Harris being involved with his companion's better half's roommate, Becca Caldwell. Harris and his companion who were clearly the flatmates were suspected to be double dating Becca and her companion who were the flatmates also. Still the news is a secret yet to be comprehended but as far as his professional life is concerned as a PGA Tour new kid on the block in 2012, English made 22 of 27 cuts with three main ten completes, and earned over $1.18 million to keep his visit card.
He secured his first triumph in 2013, at the FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis in June. Later in the year, English won for the second time at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. A final round 65 taking him to a four-stroke win over Brian Stuard.
There is very little data accessible out there about the net worth, compensations, and different components identified with the new yet to a great degree skilled golf star Harris English. Yet at the same time, there are some social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Wikipedia where he can be taken after. Furthermore, there are a couple of various sites. which give a brief life story on him.