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Jim Renner Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Wed Jul, 2016
Jim Renner

Facts of Jim Renner

Date of Birth: 1983 , October-31
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 1 Inch

Quick Timeline of Jim Renner

1983 Born in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
2005 Won the 2005 NAIA Championship
2008 His first professional win
2012 Played on the Webcom Tour

Detail Timeline of Jim Renner

October 31 , 1983

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Six feet and one inch tall, Jim Renner was born at the end of 1983 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America to American parents. He is now living at Plainville, Massachusetts, United States. He is an American and is of white ethnicity.

2005

Won the 2005 NAIA Championship

Jim was raised in Attleboro, Massachusetts. There he was enrolled at Bishop Feehan High School. After his high school graduation, he joined University of Oklahoma and the Johnson & Wales University. He has been playing golf since his young age. In 2005, he became the 2005 NAIA Champion.

2008

His first professional win

He turned professional in 2007 and he won his first professional win at the 2008 Massachusetts Open, Vermont Open and Rhode Island Open. In 2009, he won Maine Open, Dothan Classic (NGA Hooters Tour). He also became winner at the Sunset Hills NGA Classic.

2012

Played on the Webcom Tour

In 2011, he was ranked T-22 at qualifying school and this earned his 2011 PGA Tour card. In 2011, he made only 11 cuts though he played in 22 tournaments. Next year he played in the Web.com Tour. 

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Besides being such a popular golfer, Jim is still keeping his personal profile low and secret. Till date there is no any information about his love affairs, married life, spouse and divorce.

Jim was raised in Attleboro, Massachusetts. There he was enrolled at Bishop Feehan High School. After his high school graduation, he joined University of Oklahoma and the Johnson & Wales University. He has been playing golf since his young age. In 2005, he became the 2005 NAIA Champion. He turned professional in 2005 and he won his first professional win at the 2008 Massachusetts Open, Vermont Open and Rhode Island Open. In 2011, he was ranked T-22 at qualifying school and this earned his 2011 PGA Tour card. Next year he played in the Web.com Tour. He has been earning the annual salary of $1,247,591 and his net worth is also in millions.