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Minjee Lee

Sarthak Published On Wed Sep 16 2020   Modified On Wed Sep 16 2020
Minjee Lee

Facts of Minjee Lee

Full NameMinjee Lee
First NameMinjee
Last NameLee
ProfessionGolfer
NationalityAustralian-South Korean
EthnicityAsian
Birth CityPerth
Birth CountryAustralia
Father NameSoonam Lee
Mother NameClara Lee
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
HoroscopeGemini
Marital StatusSingle
Networth5000000
Awards2018 Greg Norman Medal
SibilingsMin Woo Lee
Height165 cm
Networth$5 M
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Insta Profile
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Date of BirthMay 27,1996
Age24 years

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    Body and Relation Status of Minjee Lee

    What is Minjee Lee marital status ?Single
    What is the height of Minjee Lee?165 cm
    What is the weight of Minjee Lee?kg

    Minjee Lee is a rising Australian professional golfer who was ranked number one amateur golfer in 2014. Recently, she was ranked third in the Women's British Open tournament in 2020. Minjee is often called as the Invisible Champion of Australia because of her low-profile in her home country.

    Minjee began her career by age 10, practicing ten hours a day. She won the 2012 U.S. Girls' Junior and the 2013 Australian Women's Amateur. Her younger brother, Min Woo Lee, also plays golf. Let's get to know the star player and her personal details.

    Minjee Lee Relationship Status

    At 24, Minjee is currently single, and she is much focused on her professional career. She is mostly keen on developing her skills and winning as many tournaments as possible. Hence, the adorable golfer prefers not to spend time in romantic relationships. Unlike Lee, Mckenzie O'connell is a happily married golf player.

    Minjee Lee is currently single.
    Image: Minjee is an animal lover. Further, at 24, she is not dating anyone.
    Source: Instagram@minjee27

    Minjee is a fun-loving and outgoing personality. When she is off the court, Lee travels to different exotic places with her family and friends. Further, she takes her parents to watch her game as well. Lee is fond of watching Korean drama series.

    Net Worth

    As of September 2020, Minjee Lee has earned a total of $6,740,308 as her career earnings. Her net worth is at least $5 million. She has won five LPGA, one Ladies European, and two ALPG tours. Also, Lee positioned in third place at the 2020 Women's British Open.

    Minjee Le's net worth is $5 million.
    Image: Minjee Lee has a net worth of $5 million as of 2020.
    Source: Instagram@minjee27

    The Australian native is among the wealthiest young golfers. However, she sponsors South Korean companies, as Lee doesn't have any Australian sponsors. Hana, a reputed Korean bank, currently sponsors Lee.

    Minjee has accomplished a lot at a young age. In 2018, she became the first woman to win the Greg Norman Medal. She was named the best Australian professional golfer on the world stage. Another golf player, Paige Spiranac, also has a decent net worth.

    Earnings

    Minjee saw her career-best earnings and scoring rank in 2018. She finished second in the money list and scoring average with total earnings of $1,551,032. Let's break down her wealth.

    In 2015, Lee earned $821,121, while she made over $1 million in 2016 and 2017. Further, in 2019, she earned $1,522,607. In 2020, Lee has earned $603,705, having played a total of eight tournaments. She will play in upcoming championships as well.

    Family Background

    Minjee Lee was born on May 27, 1996, in Perth, Australia. She was born to South Korean parents, Soonam Lee (father) and Clara Lee (mother). Her parents moved to Perth, Australia from South Korea as immigrants.

    Minjee Lee and her dad.
    Image: Minjee with her father, Soonam Lee.
    Source: Instagram@minjee27

    Lee’s mother was a teaching professional at the driving range in Winthrop, in Perth’s southern suburbs. Meanwhile, her father was a single-figure player, too. Minjee's younger brother, Min Woo Lee, has also taken golf as his path. He won the 2016 U.S. Junior Amateur. The Lee siblings are the first to win the USGA's junior championships.