Curtis Strange Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN Sports

Curtis Strange

Curtis Strange

Curtis Strange Biography

Curtis Strange is a golfer and TV color commentator and is a member of the Virginia Sports. Hall of Fame and World Golf Hall of Fame. He spent on the Official World Golf Ranking over 200 weeks in the top-10 between their debut in 1986. And 1990.

Currently, Curtis Strange is working in Boston, United States for ESPN Sports as a sports anchor and sports reporter. For his further studies, Curtis attended the University of Wake Forest in Winston-Salem, North Carolina later on.

Curtis Strange Age

Strange was born in Norfolk, Virginia, United States, on January 30, 1955. He is 67 years old.

Curtis Strange Height

He stands at a height of 5 ft 11 inches/ Approx. 1.80 m tall.

Curtis Strange  Education

Strange joined Princess Anne High School in Virginia Beach for his high school diploma. He attended the University of Wake Forest in Winston-Salem, North Carolina later on, for his further studies.

Curtis Strange Family

Strange was born and raised under his supporting and caring parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom in Norfolk, Virginia, the United States.  He has an identical twin brother by the name of Allan who also played on the PGA Tour.

Curtis Strange Wife

Strange is married to his pleasing wife called Sarah. The couple is blessed to have two handsome sons namely Tom and  David.

Curtis Strange Children

Strange and Curtis are proud parents of two stunning sons called Tom Curtis and David Curtis.

Curtis Strange Salary

Strange receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to ESPN Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Curtis Strange’s Net worth

He has an approximated net worth of $8 million.

Curtis Strange Career

Strange serves for ESPN coverage of golf as an analyst. In 1995, as a golf analyst, he came to ESPN. Strange has a streak of seven years with at least one Tour victory and scored 17 Tour wins in his career.

He was voted Player three times of the Year by the Golf Writers Association of America additionally. Strange also represented five times the U.S. on the Ryder Cup team and in 2002 served as a captain. He and teammate Jay Haas in the years 1974 and 1975 led the team to consecutive NCAA titles.

A three-time All America selection. Strange received the World Amateur Cup and the NCAA individual golf title in 1974.  He became a pro in Pensacola in 1976, Fla, and scored his first professional win in 1979. Strange became the first golfer in a single season to win more than $1 million in 1988.