Who is Zach Johnson’s wife Kim Barclay, how many children does US Open golfer have, and what is his net worth? | The Sun

ZACH JOHNSON will head to the 2023 Ryder Cup as US team captain.

The American star, 46, is a two-time Major winner and is often cheered on from the fairways by wife Kim.

And he'll be competing in The Open Championship 2022, hoping to win another major.

Who is Kim Barclay?

The pair married in 2003 having reportedly met in a parking lot in Florida in 2000.

It turns out they were living in the same Florida apartment complex when they met – Kim has stated that she knew he was “the one” the moment they met.

Having grown up in Fernandina Beach in Florida, she graduated from Stetson University with a degree in sociology.

After meeting Johnson, Barclay left her role in social services to join her husband on the Tour circuit and is one of the co-founders of the Zach Johnson Foundation.

The foundation focuses on helping children and families improve their quality of lift and education in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

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How many children do they have?

The pair have two sons Will and Wyatt and one daughter Abby Jane.

Will was born just three months after Johnson won his first Masters in 2007.

The live in St. Simons, Georgia but previously were in Lake Mary in Florida.

How many professional wins does he have and what is his net worth?

Since turning professional in 1988, Johnson has a total of 12 PGA Tour wins under his belt.

He won his first PGA tour event in April 2004 when he won the BellSouth Classic but it was not until 2007 did he win his first majors.

Johnson picked up a green jacket at the Masters in 2007 and his other Major win came in 2015 at the British Open in St Andrews when he beat Marc Leishman and Louis Oosthuizen in a four-hole play-off.

It is estimated that his net worth is $35million.

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