Former No. 1 on the Official World Golf Ranking and the six times major champion, Nick Faldo is a professional golfer from the United Kingdom and as a golfer, he was active on the European Tour. These days he is popular for being an on-air golf analyst.
Nick Faldo's early life and married life
Known for his towering height and great mind, Nick Faldo was born as Nicholas Alexander Faldo on 18 July 1957 in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England of America to English parents.
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He is of English nationality and is of white ethnicity.
Nick Faldo's married life and children
In 1979, Nick got married for the first time to his long-term girlfriend with Melanie Rockall after dating for so long.
They were happily married as a loving spouse for eight months but after he was spotted with Gill Bennett, this married life changed its track and they finally got divorced in 1984.
Nick's extra marital affairs with his secretary, Gill Bennett ended his first married life. They continued this love life even after the end of this first married life and Nick and Gill got married in 1986 in a secret wedding ceremony.
From this married life they had three children; two daughters named Georgia and Natalie, and a son named Matthew but after he began playing in the United States, he fell in love with Brenna Cepelak and this affair dissolved his second married life.
Nick and Brenna Cepelak, who was a golfing student during that time, broke up after Nick fell in love with Valerie Bercher. Valerie Bercher is a Swiss PR agent and they got married in July 2001. Within two years of their married life, they welcomed their only daughter Emma Scarlet.
Nick Faldo's career and net worth
In 1972, when Nick was just 14 years old his parents bought new color television and he watched Jack Nicklaus play the 1972 Masters. That was the time he fell in love with golf and three years later he became the winner of 1975 English Amateur and the British Youths Championship.
Before he was involved in golf, he was one of the best students in the class but after that, his interest in his study faded away. He turned professional in 1976 and won his first European Tour event in 1977 and that year he was ranked eighth on the Order of Merit.
Nick Faldo's net worth
He won his first major trophy in 1987 and that was in The Open Championship. In 2004, he joined ABC Sports as a broadcaster of the PGA Tour coverage. The actual figure about his annual salary is unknown but his net worth is said to be around £34 million.