Nick Taylor is the winner of the RBC Canadian Open 2023 and the first Canadian to win the competition since 1954, find out more about his brief bio, age, height, marriage, wife, net worth, career, and more
Nick Taylor won his career third PGA Tour title on Sunday following a drawn-out four-hole playoff with Tommy Fleetwood.
Who is Nick Taylor RBC Canadian Open 2023 winner, net worth, bio, age, height, wife, ranking, career earnings
Adam Hadwin, Mike Weir and Corey Conners all celebrate as Nick Taylor won with his 72-foot eagle!
— TSN (@TSN_Sports) June 12, 2023
A security guard mistook world number 75 Adam Hadwin for a fan and completely took him out after he went to celebrate with Nick Taylor for winning the Canadian Open 😳👀
Happy Gilmore vibes 😂🏌️♂️
— SPORTbible (@sportbible) June 12, 2023
The Winnipeg native defeated Fleetwood with a thrilling 72-foot birdie and broke a 69-year Canadian streak at the men’s national golf championship.
Nick Taylor brief bio
Nick Taylor is a Canadian professional golfer who was born on February 14, 1988, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Prior to becoming a professional golfer, Taylor attended the University of Washington and had a successful amateur playing career.
Age and height
Nick Taylor is currently 35 years old and stands at a height of 1.78 m
Marriage and wife
Nick Taylor is currently married to his wife Andie Taylor on May 11, 2014. The couple has a son named Charlie Wells Taylor. Andie works a in social services at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital in Canada. The couple often spends time volunteering and helping people in their towns. Nick and Andie have previously raised over $225,000 for the UFV Cascades Athletics Golf Programme.
According to various sources, Nick Taylor has an estimated net worth of around $5 million.
Nick Taylor career
After playing amateur golf while still in university, Nick Taylor became a professional in 2010. He started out by competing in numerous golf tours, including the PGA Tour and the Web.com Tour. He gained prominence during the 2014–2015 season when he tied for eighth at the Web.com Tour Finals and earned a PGA Tour card.
Nick secured his first ever PGA Tour victory in February 2020 following a one-stroke advantage over Phil Mickelson. During the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Taylor who was in the lead defeated Kevin Streelman by four strokes. He shot a final round 70 despite playing in stormy conditions. The win secured him an entry into his first Masters Tournament.
His next major achievement came in February 2023 when Taylor came in second place at the WM Phoenix Open. He trailed behind the winner Scottie Scheffler, just by two strokes. Following his performances there, his world rating rose to 73rd.
Most recently, Nick Taylor won the RBC Canadian Open on June 11, 2023, after sinking 72 feet on the fourth playoff hole. It was also his longest putt of his entire professional career. Following the win, Nick Taylor has now become the first Canadian-born winner of the national Open since 1914. He is also the first ever Canadian citizen to win the competition since 1954.
Nick Taylor is ranked 69th in the world.