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Ted Potter Jr. was born on 9 November, 1983 in Ocala, Florida, United States. Discover Ted Potter Jr.'s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?
|Age||38 years old|
|Born||9 November 1983|
|Birthplace||Ocala, Florida, United States|
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Ted Potter Jr. Height, Weight & Measurements
At 38 years old, Ted Potter Jr. height is 1.78 m and Weight 91 kg.
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Who Is Ted Potter Jr.'s Wife?
His wife is Cheri Renee Potter
|Wife||Cheri Renee Potter|
Ted Potter Jr. Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Ted Potter Jr. worth at the age of 38 years old? Ted Potter Jr.’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from . We have estimated Ted Potter Jr.'s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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With only past champion status on the PGA Tour during the 2017 season, Potter spent much of the 2017 season on the Web.com Tour. During the 2017 season, Potter entered 22 tournaments making the cut a total of 15 times including six top-10 finishes. His best finishes during his 2017 campaign include a second place finish at the Rust-Oleum Championship and another second place finish (tie) at the Albertsons Boise Open. Potter finished in the top-25 (14th overall) on the Web.com Tour and re-earned full status for the 2018 season.
He qualified for the 2017 U.S. Open where he failed to make the cut and entered the PGA Tour's 2017 Greenbrier Classic as a past champion where he finished in a tie for 37th place.
Potter began the 2017–18 season missing five of the first eight cuts of the season. In February 2018, Potter won his second PGA Tour title at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with a three-shot victory over Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Phil Mickelson, and Chez Reavie, earning a two-year PGA Tour exemption through 2019–20 season and invitations to the 2018 Masters Tournament and 2018 PGA Championship. During the third round of the tournament, he shot his personal best score of 62 on the PGA Tour. The win catapulted him from 243 to a career-best 73 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
After failing to meet the terms of his medical extension, he returned to the Web.com Tour for the remainder of the 2016 season, where he finished 50th on the money list. He entered 14 tournaments and made 12 cuts. He regained his Web.com Tour card for the following season.
Potter currently resides in Silver Springs, Florida, with his wife Cheri Renee Potter. He has one son, Corbin, who was born in 2016 and a daughter, Addison, born in 2019. He has one sibling, Stephanie Potter (Smith).
Potter struggled during the 2014 season missing the cut in 15 of 24 events entered earning a total of $386,341. He had three top-25 finishes. Potter's season ended with an off-course ankle injury while at a hotel during the RBC Canadian Open.
Potter broke his ankle in July 2014 and did not play again until April 2016. After making his five allotted Web.com Tour rehab starts, he tried to regain PGA Tour privileges with the last two starts of his major medical extension.
Potter capped off a successful rookie campaign with a solid second season on tour. During the 2013 season, Potter entered 22 events and made 11 cuts including two top-10 finishes and five top-25 finishes. He earned 518 FedEx Cup points finishing in 105th place and had $829,770 in earnings for the season. His best performance of the 2013 season was at the Greenbrier Classic were finished in 6th place with a score of 271 (−9).
Potter made his PGA Tour debut at the Sony Open in Hawaii in January 2012, where he finished in a tie for 13th. He achieved his first PGA Tour win at the Greenbrier Classic on July 8 of that year, after having missed the previous five cuts. Potter trailed Troy Kelly by several strokes but shot −4 on the last four holes to force a playoff. Potter, ranked number 218 in the Official World Golf Ranking at the time, went on to win the playoff on the third extra hole, after missing a birdie putt to win on the second extra hole. Potter was 173rd in the FedEx Cup before the win, which vaulted him to 51st in the FedEx Cup and 83rd in the world. He also qualified for the 2012 Open Championship, his first major championship appearance, as a result of winning the tournament. He also earned a two-year exemption for winning, plus invitations to the 2012 PGA Championship, 2012 Bridgestone Invitational, and 2013 Masters Tournament.
Potter made his debut in a major championship at the 2012 Open Championship where he finished in a tie for 60th place. For the season, he finished with 652 FedEx Cup points (93rd place) and second in voting for PGA Tour Rookie of the Year.
The 2011 season was Potter's breakout as a professional golfer. He started the season on the NGA Tour, but won the South Georgia Classic on what was then the Nationwide Tour, the first time a Monday qualifier won on the tour since 2006. Prior to winning the South Georgia Classic, Potter made six cuts in 55 Web.com Tour events. He was only the fifth left-handed golfer to win an event on the tour and the first since 2008. The win earned Potter $112,500 and full Nationwide Tour status for 2011. He earned his second win of the season at the Soboba Golf Classic in a three-hole playoff. Potter finished in the top 25 (2nd place overall) in earnings on the tour in 2011 and earned his PGA Tour card for the 2012 season. Overall, he entered 18 Nationwide Tour events in 2011 making the cut 12 times with six finishes in the top-10.
Potter regained his Nationwide Tour card again in 2010. He entered 11 events making only three cuts and finished in 148th place. He did not regain his Nationwide Tour card and returned to mini-tour competition again for the start of 2011.
Potter again competed on the Nationwide Tour during the 2007 season with little success. He made his first cut on the Nationwide Tour at the 2007 Movistar Panama Championship where he finished tied for 12th place. Overall, he entered 20 events during the 2007 season making only three cuts for earning a total of $16,014 finishing in 189th place. He did not regain his Nationwide Tour card and returned to mini-tour competition for 2008 and 2009.
Potter was the 2006 and 2009 NGA Hooters Tour Player of the Year. He has a total of seven regular season wins and five winter series victories on the NGA Tour. He is currently tied for third place all-time in wins. His career winnings on the NGA tour are $595,490.72 (623,000 including winter series events).
In December 2003, he competed for a spot on the PGA Tour via the 2003 PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament. He finished tied for 74th place and earned a spot on the 2004 Nationwide Tour (former name of the Web.com Tour), where he did not make a single cut during the season.
Potter would go on to dominate Florida youth golfing tours winning numerous youth events. His success continued through his high school career. He won all-district honors three times in high school. He graduated in 2002 from Lake Weir High School in southeastern Marion County, and chose to turn pro instead of attending college.
Ted Potter Jr. (born November 9, 1983), official name Theodore Charles Potter Jr., is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He is a left-handed golfer, but is naturally right-handed. He is a two-time winner on the PGA Tour, having also won twice on the Web.com Tour. He is often described as a career journeyman golfer and mini-tour legend, due to his dominance of numerous minor league golfing tours.