What Is Sean O’Hair Worth?
Sean O’Hair's Net Worth is $12 Million
O’Hair entered PGA Tour Qualifying School regularly from 1999 but was unsuccessful in his first five attempts. He played on various developmental tours: the PGA Tour’s official second-level developmental Nationwide Tour, the third-level Gateway Tour and the Cleveland Golf Pro Tour. He had limited success, making the cut in only four out of 18 starts at Nationwide Tour level.
In 2004, O’Hair made it through all three stages of PGA Tour Qualifying School. His 2005 season was a dramatic success. He won his maiden PGA Tour event at the John Deere Classic and finished second at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship.
In March 2006, O’Hair was the youngest man in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings but his 2006 season was less successful. O’Hair made 20 of 30 cuts and only made half the amount of prize money he had earned in his maiden year on tour.
In 2007, caddied by his father-in-law Steve Lucas, O’Hair recorded his first top-10 of the year, a tie for seventh, at the Verizon Heritage. His second-round 66 matched his low round of the season. The seventh place was his best finish on the PGA Tour since the 2006 Canadian Open.
On March 9, 2008, O’Hair came from three strokes back (behind Stewart Cink) to win the PODS Championship by two strokes from six other players at Innisbrook with a final score of 4-under-par. The following week, O’Hair finished in a tie for 3rd at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
O’Hair started the 2009 season well with a fourth-place finish at the season-opening Mercedes-Benz Championship and then a couple months later had a top-10 finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
O’Hair again opened the season with a solid performance in Hawaii at the Mercedes-Benz Championship, achieving a fourth-place finish.
O’Hair had a number of issues to deal with in 2011, one of which was the fact that he split from his swing coach Sean Foley.
O’Hair finished T2 at the Sony Open in Hawaii. He made the cut 19 times in 24 events and finished 63rd in the FedEx Cup.
O’Hair had his worst PGA Tour season since joining full-time. He only made 7 cuts in 22 events with only two top-25 finishes and three withdrawals. He played in the Web.com Tour Finals and finished 16th to retain his PGA Tour card for 2014.
O’Hair played in 25 PGA Tour events, but only had one top 10 and finished 160th in the FedEx Cup, which meant a return to the Web.com Tour Finals. He successfully regained his PGA Tour card.
O’Hair was given a sponsor’s exemption to the Valspar Championship in Tampa, Florida. He tied for the lead after shooting a final-round 4-under 67, which got him into a playoff with Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed at 10-under 274. Spieth emerged victoriously. O’Hair finished the season 58th on the money list to secure his card for 2016.
O’Hair had another successful season on the PGA Tour, finishing 59th on the money list and re-entering the top 100 in the World Rankings.
Sean O’Hair Biography
Sean M. O’Hair born July 11, 1982, in Lubbock, Texas. He is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour.
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