Hailey Ostrom (Golf) Net Worth, Bio, Wiki, Age, Birthday, Height, Boyfriend, Husband, Earnings and Cactus Tour

Hailey Ostrom Biography and Wiki

Hailey Ostrom is a female American golfer who went on consecutive LPGA Tour in 2017 and 2018. During her senior years, she was All-District, MVP, and team captain in 2011 and 2012.

Hailey Ostrom Age and Birthday

Hailey Ostrom is 27 years old as of 2021, She was born on February 19, 1994, in Arizona, USA. Hailey celebrates her birthday on February 19.

Hailey Ostrom Height and Weight

Like the average golfer, Hailey stands at an average height of 5 feet 3 (1.62m) inches and a moderate weight.

Hailey Ostrom Family, Parents and Education

Hailey was raised in Oregon for most of her childhood, She was born to her parents Mark Ostrom and Tracy Lynn. Hailey grew up alongside her younger brother Derek Ostrom. Sports played a major role in Hailey’s life during her childhood. Her father introduced her to golf as soon as she could walk and taught her the short game first.

It wasn’t until Hailey turned nine when she first started competing in golf events. With her dad acting as President, Hailey joined COJGA, Central Oregon Junior Golf Association. This is where she learned the rules and integrity of the game, gained a love for the competitive side of golf, and found the importance of friendships on the course.

Hailey Ostrom Boyfriend and Dating

Hailey is in a relationship with fellow golfer Daniel Berger. Daniel is also a pro golfer in the PGA tour and he also happens to be Hailey’s favorite pro golfer.

Hailey Ostrom Golf and Cactus Tour

Hailey went on to play golf in high school at Mountain View High School in Bend. She played two years of volleyball in high school until she decided to focus her attention on receiving a golf scholarship to a university. Without a team, Hailey competed as an individual in her junior and senior year of high school, qualifying for the Oregon 5A State Championships on her own.

After a long search for the right fit, Hailey went on to attend George Fox University, a small, D3 Christian college just outside of Portland. She was given a spot on the women’s golf team but would have to work to earn her spot in the lineup. George Fox had a nationally ranked women’s golf team, including the D3 National Player of the Year.

Hailey took her place as the sixth player on the team, traveling to tournaments but only competing as an individual her entire freshman season. She was motivated to make the lineup the following year. She spent her summer practicing and preparing for the first week of qualifying.

Come sophomore year, Hailey won the first week of qualifying and earned her spot as the number one player for the first event. From there Hailey took her permanent place in the lineup for the remainder of college.

She continued to better her game and her team. By senior season, Hailey became a co-captain, won four events including the Conference Championship, was All-Conference, All-West Region, and All-American Honors. However, her favorite award was voted on by her teammates, Most Inspirational.

Cactus Tour

After college Hailey decided to continue her golf journey in Arizona, home of the Cactus Tour. She packed up her car and moved to Scottsdale, a city she had never been to before. She had no job lined up, didn’t know anyone in the area, but took a leap of faith to pursue her dream.

Hailey competed as an amateur in her first Cactus Tour season, getting comfortable competing at a new level and managing her time working as a beverage cart driver at Papago Golf Course. Without any sponsors, Hailey had to pinch pennies, saving up every dollar to fund her golf career. She also hosted a fundraiser tournament to help with expenses.

After a year in the desert, Hailey decided it was time to enter an event as a professional. The same day she turned pro, Hailey was working an event at TPC Scottsdale, raising money for charities on the infamous par 3 hole 16. While hitting shots for players, Hailey had her first “hole-in-one”, claiming it must be a good sign to start her professional career with an ace on the same day.

From there Hailey gained multiple sponsors, including Nike, Massage Envy, and Rukket Sports. She also competed on Golf Channel’s Shotmakers, where she made it to the semi-finals with her partner Andrew Bachelder. She became known for her driver shots to the “trench”, which helped save her team in elimination rounds. Hailey was then asked to be a special guest on Driver vs Driver 2, testing drivers for Wilson Golf.

Hailey attended LPGA Qualifying School for the first time in 2018, where she received conditional status on the Symetra Tour. For 2019, Hailey plans to play Cactus Tour events, compete in a few LPGA Monday qualifiers and attend LPGA Q-School again in August.

While competing, Hailey will also continue to work for Backswing Golf Events, where she helps raise money for numerous charities including The American Red Cross, St. Judes Children’s Hospital, and Folds of Honor. In 2018, Hailey worked over 30 events and raised over $100,000 for charities.

Hailey Ostrom Net Worth and Earnings

As of 2021, Hailey has an estimated net worth of $109 Million. Hailey announced that she was going professional in early 2018. After the announcement, she even landed on the Golf Channel’s new series Shotmakers in 2018. She has already started to attract sponsors in addition to partnering with Massage Envy for her 2018-2019 season.

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