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Morgan Pressel Biography

Morgan Pressel

Facts of Morgan Pressel

Date of Birth: 1988 , May-23
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 feet 5 inch
Name Mike Greenberg
Birth Name Michael Darrow Greenberg
Nick Name "Mike"
Father James H. "Jim" Brown
Mother Dale Campbell
Nationality American
Birth Place/City New York City
Ethnicity White Ethnicity
Profession Journalist
Net Worth 6 million U.S dollars
Eye Color Green
Hair Color Brown-Light
Body Measurements 35-25-34
Breast Size 35in
Waist size 25in
Hip Size 34in
Shoe Size 10
Weight in KG 57
Famous for Radio Host
Married Yes
Married to Stacy Greenberg (m. 1997)
Children Nicole Greenberg, Stephen Greenberg
Divorce Yes
Working For ESPN
Face Color White
Education Northwestern University
Online Presence Facebook,Wiki,Twitter,Instagram
TV Show NBC Nightly News
Siblings Amy Morris
Salary $350 thousand
Awards Not Yet
Religion Christian
Boyfriend Erik Stevens
Neck Size 8.9
Movies Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse
Special Title Pretty Little Liars
Affair with Sarah Bolger
Girlfriend Sarah Bolger

Quick Timeline of Morgan Pressel

1988 Born in Tampa, Florida
2001 Qualified for the US Women's Open
2003 Her mother died
2006 Graduated from Saint Andrew's School
2005 Won North and South Women's Amateur
2005 Turned professional
2013 Married to Andrew Bush
2007 Won Kraft Nabisco Championship

Detail Timeline of Morgan Pressel

May 23 , 1988

Born in Tampa, Florida

Youngest winner of a modern LPGA major championship, Morgan was born as Morgan Lee Pressel in Tampa, Florida, United States of America to Mike Pressel and Kathy Krickstein Pressel. She is an American and is of white ethnicity.

2001

Qualified for the US Women's Open

She began playing golf before she reached her teens. In 2001, she also made a record for being the youngest player to qualify for the U.S. Women's Open. However, this record was broken six years later by Lexi Thompson.

2003

Her mother died

Morgan Pressel was born to Mike Pressel and Kathy Krickstein Pressel. At the end of 2003, her mother Kathy Krickstein Pressel died of breast cancer. She then began living with her maternal grandparents. Some of her grandparents were tennis players. 

2006

Graduated from Saint Andrew's School

As a child Morgan joined Banyan Creek Elementary School. She received her elementary education from there. She then joined Saint Andrew's School and finally completed her high school graduation from there in 2006. After that she became more focused on golf. 

2005

Won North and South Women's Amateur

Like her professional career, she also had successful amateur career. She became the champion of North and South Women's Amateur in 2005. She also won U.S. Women's Amateur that year. She also reached the final round of the 2005 U.S. Women's Open. 

2005

Turned professional

In September 2005, she reached the first stage of the LPGA Qualifying Tournament being 6th. She turned professional in November 2005. However, because of the age limit she began playing as a part time player.

2013

Married to Andrew Bush

Sweet and sexy, Morgan has been married to Andrew Bush. She got married to him in 2013. Andrew Bush is a vice president at Octagon Global Events. They are happily married but they have not welcomed any children yet.

2007

Won Kraft Nabisco Championship

In 2007, she won her first game in Kraft Nabisco Championship and also won her first LPGA major that year. Initially she was ranked 17th in the world rankings but with this win she was ranked 4th.

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Sweet and sexy, Morgan has been married to Andrew Bush. She got married to him in 2013. Andrew Bush is a vice president at Octagon Global Events. They are happily married but they have not welcomed any children yet.

As a child Morgan joined Banyan Creek Elementary School. She received her elementary education from there. She then joined Saint Andrew's School and finally completed her high school graduation from there in 2006. She began playing golf before she reached her teens. In 2001, she also made a record for being the youngest player to qualify for the U.S. Women's Open. She also reached the final round of the 2005 U.S. Women's Open. She turned professional in 2005. She won her first game in Kraft Nabisco Championship and also won her first LPGA major that year. Her net worth is said to be around $10 million.