Matt Fitzpatrick is an English personality who is a professional golfer. He is one of the youngest players and has won many awards including the 2013 US Amateur title and the 2015 British Masters.
Matt Fitzpatrick was born on September 1st, 1994 and in 2022 he is only 28 years old. He grew up in Sheffield and attended Tapton School, where he graduated from high school in 2013. He has been an avid football fan since childhood and supports local club Sheffield United.
Not the only one in the family, he grew up alongside his younger brother named Alex, who is also an amateur golfer and attends Wake Forest University. Alex, Matt’s younger brother, also played in the 2019 Walker Cup.
Matt Fitzpatrick is currently rumored to be tied to Deniz Khazaniuk (sometimes Khazan). Deniz is an Israeli personality who is also a professional golfer. She competes in the ITF Women’s Circuit and has won nearly 21 singles titles with 14 second places.
Deniz has a career-high rank in the WTA and it’s 200 in singles. She has already reached this position in 2018 and in doubles she has reached the highest position with place 445.
Deniz Khazaniuk is currently engaged at Barry University in Florida. Back in May, she helped her team Buccaneers finish fourth in the straight national championship at the 2021 NCAA Division II Women’s Tennis Tournament.
Matt Fitzpatrick career
Matt Fitzpatrick won the 2012 Boys Amateur Championship title and also made his way to the 2013 Open Championship title, but was only able to finish as a low amateur, winning the silver medal. In 2013, Matt won the US Amateur title, which earned him invitations to the Masters tournament, the Open Championship, and the 2014 US Open.
He earned the invitation, but it came with the stipulation that he would remain an amateur for all championships. He later won the US Amateur, which put him in the World Amateur Golf Ranking and earned him the Mark H. McCormack Medal. Then, in September 2013, Matt played in the Walker Cup and also enrolled at Northwestern University to play collegiate golf, where he was admitted to the Northwestern Wildcats.
But after three months he gave up the commitments and decided in January 2014 to continue as a full-time amateur. Matt Fitzpatrick began his professional golf career after winning the 2014 US Open championship.
He made his first professional debut at the 2014 Irish Open, after which he has appeared in numerous other competitions, including the European Tour and the Challenge Tour, through invitations and sponsorships. In November 2014, Matt performed in the 2014 European Tour Qualifying School where he placed 11th and qualified for the 2015 European Tour.
Matt Fitzpatrick Biography
|Real name||Matthew Thomas Fitzpatrick|
|Date of birth||September 1, 1994|
|Age (as of 2023)||28 years|
|Place of birth||Sheffield, United Kingdom|
|Height||in feet inches – 5′ 10” – in centimeters – 178cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 70kg – in pounds – 155 pounds|
|shoe size||10 (US)|
Matt Fitzpatrick Family
|school||Tapton Secondary School|
|Marital status||In a relationship|
|Who is his girlfriend?||Deniz Khazaniuk|
Matt Fitzpatrick net worth
Fitzpatrick began his 2015 season missing six cuts in the first eight competitions. Back in June 2015, he finished third at the Lyoness Open, followed by second place at the Omega European Masters, behind Danny Willett, and won an amount of €300,000 (that’s almost 2 crores in INR).
He later achieved the British Masters title at Woburn in October 2015, winning the £500,000 (€671,550, that’s almost 5 crores in INR) prize. After this great achievement, he entered the top 100 in the world and reached the rank of number 59.
Matt later matched and finished his rookie season with one win, nine top 10 finishes, and finished 12th in the final ranking of earnings. The estimated amount of net worth usually varies widely.
Matt’s net worth is $15 million and $5 million based on the estimated awards he has received so far. He had the honor of being the youngest Englishman to win the European Tour five times, setting the record after Sir Nick Faldo. Matt became the youngest player to win back-to-back European Masters after Seve Ballesteros did so in 1978.