Tony Finau net worth: Interesting Facts, Earnings, House, Age, Height, Biography

Tony Finau net worth:$15 million

Net Worth:$15 million
Real Name:      Milton Pouha Finau
Date of birth:September 14, 1989
Birthplace:Salt Lake City, Utah
Wife:Alayna Finau
Profession:Professional Golfer

Tony Finau’s net worth is around $15 million. That number will only grow if Finau continues to stack up wins and maybe mix in a major championship or two. “Tony” Finau is an American professional golfer who currently plays on the PGA Tour. Tony Finau stands at 9th position on the Official World Golf Ranking.

Tony Finau net worth
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Tony Finau has been there on the PGA Tour for 8 years now. Tony has racked up 3 wins over the course of his career (so far), and he really should have more considering he also has 10 runner-up finishes on Tour.

Finau has long been known as an uber-talented golfer who hasn’t closed the deal as much as he should’ve, but he’s still earned nearly $30 million on the course and has an impressive net worth to boot.

How much Tony Finau Is Worth?

Tony Finau secures back-to-back wins at Rocket Mortgage

For a long time, Finau was considered as one of the best golfers in the world who simply didn’t know how to win. The Utah native won his first PGA Tour event at the 2016 Puerto Rico Open, then Finau went 144 straight starts without another victory. In start 145, Tony Finau finally got back on the board with a thrilling win at the 2021 Northern Trust in a playoff over Cameron Smith.

Eleven months later, he secured his third career victory at the 2022 3M Open. He’ll start the fourth round of this weekend’s Rocket Mortgage Classic in a tie for the lead as he guns for his second win in a row.

The floodgates may be opening for Finau, and he has a chance to squash his label as the talented golfer who hasn’t reached his full potential.

Due to his prolonged success on the PGA Tour, Finau has racked up $29.4 million in on-course winnings. This keeps him in top 50 richest golfer in PGA Tour history from an earnings perspective.

Tony Finau Biography:

Tony Finau was born on September 14, 1989 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

His father’s name is Kelepi Finau. His mother’s name is Revena Finau. His father worked as a baggage handler. Tony has six siblings named are Gipper Finau, Tevita Finau, Pianola Finau, Heilala Finau, Kelven Finau, and Kaylene Finau.

At an early age, Tony was interested in golf. Tony wanted to become a professional golfer. Tony Finau studied at West High School. He helped his team to get its first golf championship.

Full NameMilton Pouha “Tony” Finau
Father   Kelepi Finau
MotherRavena Finau
Date of Birth September 14, 1989
Nationality American 
Height 6 feet 4 inches
Weight   90 kg
Social Media  Instagram, Twitter 

Finau won the Utah State Amateur Championship in 2006, defeating future PGA Tour player Daniel Summerhays in the 36-hole championship match.

Tony Finau Biography
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Tony played his first PGA Tour event as a teenager, making the cut at the US Bank Championship in Milwaukee. Finau finished in a tie for 70th place, but his booming drives ensured crowds followed him around the course.

Tony Finau raw power meant that he had no shortage of sponsors willing to hand him exemptions, but his progress to the big time was far from smooth.

In 2011, Finau’s mother, Ravena, was killed in a car accident, and her death profoundly affected him. After this, Tony Finau was left hospitalized with a stomach ulcer but would later say that he knew his mother wouldn’t want him to give up on his dream. Tony Finau wears green every Sunday he plays in tribute to his mother.

Tony Finau Professional Career: Early Years 

Tony Finau first PGA Tour wins came at the Puerto Rico Open in 2016, where he beat Steve Marino in a playoff.

Tony Finau best Major year came in 2018 when he had a tied 10th at the Masters, a fifth at the US Open, a tied 9th at The Open Championship, and a tied 42nd at the PGA Championship.

Finau made his Ryder Cup (opens in new tab) debut in 2018 and had also played in the Junior Ryder Cup in 2004 and 2006 for the United States. He was on the losing side every time.

At Whistling Straits, Tony Finau made his second Ryder Cup appearance for Team USA in 2021. Tony Finau was on the winning side and produced one point from three matches.

Tony Finau waited five years to pick up his second PGA Tour title at the 2021 Northern Trust at Liberty National. Tony Finau was skeptical about playing golf for a living because it wasn’t a huge part of Polynesian culture. Finau once told ESPN, “Golf in the Polynesian culture was just so out of the zone. Nobody plays golf. Everybody thought only girls or old rich white men play that sport.”

Finau finished second in the Golf Channel’s The Big Break competition reality show in 2009. The show saw aspiring golfers compete for a prize that included exemptions into individual events and full-season exemptions on feeder tours.

Tony Finau Professional Career

Tony Finau earned his way onto the 2013/14 Tour by finishing tied third in the qualifying school. A consistent Finau finished eighth in the regular season and 12th at the Tour finals to earn his PGA Tour Card for the 2014/15 season.

Tony Finau plays Ping golf clubs and wears Nike apparel and footwear. 

2020–21 PGA Tour season:

In early 2021, Tony Finau had a stretch of five weeks where he finished in the top 4 in all four tournaments that he entered. He finished fourth at The American Express, second at the Farmers Insurance Open, and second at the Saudi International on the European Tour.

Tony Finau also lost in a playoff to Max Homa at the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California. Finau won the 2021 Northern Trust, beating Cameron Smith in a playoff.

Tony Finau wife

In September 2021, Tony Finau played on the U.S. team in the 2021 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin. The U.S. team won 19–9, and Finau went 1–2–0, including a loss in his Sunday singles, match against Ian Poulter.

2021–22 PGA Tour season

In July 2022, Tony Finau won the 3M Open for his third career PGA Tour win. Finau trailed tournament leader Scott Piercy by five shots and second-place Emiliano Grillo by one when the final round began.

Still, everything turned on the back nine when Piercy shot a final-round 76 with a back-nine 41 while Finau shot a final-round 67 with a 33 on the back nine, including a bogey six at last. 

2022 Tournament Facts     

Events Played22
FedExCup Points77 (153)
Money List16
Best Finish1st (3M Open)
Cuts Made17
Top 3 Finishes3
2022 Earnings $4,077,398
Top 10 Finishes5

Tony Finau Wife, childrens:

Tony Finau is married to a lady named Alayna Finau. The couple has 5 kids named Leilene, Sage, Tony, and Jraice. He lives a happy life with his children and wife Alayna Finau.

Tony Finau Wife, childrens

Tony Finau Interesting Facts:

  • Tony Finau is of Tongan and Samoan descent, the first person of such ancestry to play on the PGA Tour.
  • Finau’s brother Gipper made the entry in the Utah EnergySolutions Championship at the age of 16 but did not succeed as a tournament professional.
  • He is the cousin of NBA basketball player Jabari Parker and former NFL football player Haloti Ngata.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tony Finau height?

Tony Finau height is 6 feet 3 (1.93 m).

Who is Tony Finau’s wife?

Tony Finau’s wife’s name is Alayna Finau.

What is Tony Finau’s nationality?

Tony Finau was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tony Finau nationality is American.

Who are Tony Finau’s parents?

Tony Finau parent’s name is Kelepi Finau (father) and his mother was Ravena Finau.