Cameron Young Biography – Cameron Young Wiki
Cameron Young is an American professional golfer on the PGA Tour. He turned professional in 2019. He joined the Korn Ferry Tour in 2020. In the 2020-21 Season, he had two Korn Ferry wins at the AdventHealth Championship and at the Evans Scholars Invitational presented by First Midwest Bank. He joined the PGA TOUR in 2022.
Cameron was a member of the U.S. Junior Ryder Cup and Junior World Cup teams in 2014. At the Junior Ryder Cup, he helped Team USA win by a 16-8 margin and finished fourth at the Junior World Cup in Japan. He also finished sixth at the Junior PGA Championship in 2014.
He won the 2013 AJGA Polo Golf Junior Classic at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., defeating Jorge Garcia in the final after dispatching Brad Dalke and Andy Zhang in earlier matches. It was only his second career AJGA event. He also won the Met Junior and tied for fifth at the Met Open. He was a quarterfinalist at the 2014 U.S. Amateur and reached the match play of the event in 2015, losing to Spain’s Jon Rahm.
As a freshman, in 2015, Cameron won the U.S. Collegiate Championship and the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational, becoming the first Demon Deacon to win twice during the fall season since Bill Haas in 2002-03. His winning streak also made him the first Wake Forest player to win consecutive tournaments since Haas in 2002-03, the first Wake freshman to win consecutive tournaments since Curtis Strange (1973-74) and the first Deacon to win twice as a freshman since Gary Hallberg (1976-77).
He won the 2019 General Hackler Invitational, the Augusta Haskins Award Invitational and the Stitch Intercollegiate to finish his Wake Forest career with five wins, tying him for fourth most in program history. He was an All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection three times (2017-19) and a Ping All-East Region selection those same years.
Cameron became the first amateur to win the New York State Open, a tournament he captured in 2017 at Bethpage State Park’s Black Course in Farmingdale, N.Y. He defeated Chris DeForest in a two-hole playoff but had to forego a $17,500 payday to maintain his amateur status.
Cameron Young Age
Cameron was born on May 07, 1997, in Scarborough, New York.
Cameron Young Parents
Cameron Young was born to parents, David Young and Barbara. His father and coach, David Young, is the head pro at Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Briarcliff Manor while his mother Barbara, is a former playing professional in her own right.
“My parents have taught me everything I know about the gam,” Cameron to The Met Golfer in a 2015 interview. “They’ve influenced everything I do in golf – how I go about playing and how I practice. Having them there has made a big difference and has definitely helped me out through the last few years, playing golf at a high competitive level.”
Cameron Young Wife
Cameron Young is married to his wife Kelsey Dalition. He got married to Kelsey Dalition on March 6, 2021. He began dating Kelsey after graduating from Wake Forest, but they have known each other most of their lives.
“We’ve known her family since we lived in Garrison. I played hockey for her dad and with her brother,” Young said in a past media interview. “They’re not a golf family at all so Kelsey is kind of still learning the ropes. It’s actually great for me, because the last thing I want to do when I get home is answer questions like, ‘Why’d you pull a 9-iron on 16?’ That would make my head explode, so that’s been a blessing.”
Cameron Young Family
Cameron and his wife Kelsey have a son named Henry. The family resides in Jupiter, Florida.
Cameron Young Height
He stands at a height of 5’11” (1.8 m) and weighs 185 lbs (84 kg).
Cameron Young Net Worth
Cameron Young’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million. A large portion of his net worth is from sponsorship deals and career earnings. He has sponsorship deals with Titleist, Drawbridge among others. He has made $1,278,711 in career earnings.
Cameron Young Career Earnings
Cameron Young has made $1,278,711 in career earnings.
Cameron Young Instagram
Cameron Young’s Instagram handle is @young__cameron.