Nelly Korda Net wroth, salary, endorsements ,and more

Nelly Korda Net wroth, salary, endorsements ,and more
talking about women in the game of golf, Nelly Korda’s name definitely comes to people’s minds. A young golfer who has already made a mark in the world of golf through her impressive golfing skills on the course. Coming from a houseful of renowned athletes, it looks like the apple did not fall far from the tree, as the young golfer has further solidified the Korda name in the gentleman’s game after following her sister’s footsteps into the game of golf. Nelly Korda has collected many accolades throughout her career, including an Olympic medal. Korda has also raked in a lot of success and fortune off the course, through various deals, endorsements, and partnerships with sports giants like Nike, all thanks to her on-course magic.
Nelly Korda’s early life and family

Nelly Korda was born on July 28, 1998, in Bradenton, Florida, to Petr Korda and Regina Rajchrtova. While competing in professional golf, the LPGA’s cover girl represents her family’s rich background in the world of sports. Her father, Petr Korda, a former Czechoslovakian tennis player, won the 1996 Australian Open. Petr married his fellow countrywoman and tennis player, Regina Rajchrtova.
While Nelly Korda is the middle child of her family, she has two siblings. Her elder sister, Jessica Korda, also happens to be a professional golfer on the LPGA. In fact, it was the influence of Jessica that led Nelly to become a golfer. Just like any other younger sibling, Nelly Korda followed her elder sister around. Jessica Korda started taking golf lessons at the age of seven and that’s when Nelly Korda also got her first taste of the sport around the tender age of two and started to swing her little plastic clubs alongside her sister. Not long after, at the age of 6, Korda took up golf more seriously and started taking lessons three to four times a week. Nonetheless, their younger brother, Sebastian Korda, followed the path of their parents.
The 22-year-old Sebastian is a tennis player who won the Junior Boys 2018 Australian Open. While the sisters represent the Korda surname in the 18-hole sport, their younger brother takes care of their reputation on the tennis court.

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