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Dina Flesch: Golfer Steve Flesch Wife and Net Worth In 2022

Steve Flesch, professional golfer married his wife Dina Flesh in 2011. ( Source : golfdigest )

Steve Flesch, a professional golfer, is married to his wife, Dina Flesch. They are parents of two children and are proud of the family they have built.

He was a four-time winner on the PGA Tour and currently competes on the PGA Tour Champions; thus, his earnings may have added to his high net worth.

Steve also worked as a TV golf analyst for Fox Sports and Golf Channel before joining the PGA Tour Champions. His first title on the PGA Tour was the 2003 HP Classic of New Orleans.

He is probably best known for his come-from-behind triumph at the 2004 Bank of America Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas. He has ranked among the top 50 golfers in the world, with a career-high ranking of 22nd in 2004.

Flesch was ranked 107th in the world when the 2008 Masters Tournament began. He finished the first three rounds in the third position at eight under par, three strokes behind leader and eventual winner Trevor Immelman.

Quick Facts About Steve Flesch:

Full NameStephen J. Flesch
Date Of BirthMay 23, 1967
Place Of BirthCincinnati, Ohio
NationalityAmerican
ProfessionGolfer
Height5feet 11 inch
WifeDina Flesch
ChildrenLily Katelin and Griffin McCarthy Flesch
Instagram@stevefleschpgatour

Who Is Golfer Steve Flesch's Wife, Dina Flesch?

Steve Flesch married his wife Dina Flesch on September 10, 2011. They are blessed with two children, Lily Katelin and Griffin McCarthy Flesch.

Steve Flesh celebrated his birthday with his son and daughter.
Steve Flesh celebrated his birthday with his son and daughter. ( Source : instagram )

The couple has been together and supporting each other since 2011. Steve's wife Dina is very private about her personal matter as there is not much information about her. 

Steve often updates his Instagram account with posts about his children, but he hasn't uploaded any images of his wife.

However, looking at Steve's Instagram account, he and his children seem to have been enjoying quality time as they can be seen traveling to new places.

Flesch had his son, Griffin, carry his golf bag during the competition because his regular caddie was recovering from back surgery. His son witnessed him make a chip shot from the sand trap for a birdie on No. 15 in the final round.

Golfer's Net Worth: How Rich Is He?

Steve Flesch has a net worth of $13 million according to Idolnetworth. His golfing career is his main source of income.

Steve Flesch, a Union resident, and professional golfer earned $66,799 for placing 13th overall in the U.S. Senior Open, which ended at Omaha Country Club in Nebraska.

In three of the previous four PGA Tour Champions tournaments for golfers 50 and older, Flesch finished in the top 16. His largest payout was $48,800 for finishing 12th at the American Family Insurance Classic.

He received $46,500 for completing 16th at the Bridgestone Senior Players Championship. Steve became one of just four left-handers to win double titles that year by winning two PGA Tour competitions.

He has worked as a broadcast analyst for PGA events and frequently appears on The Golf Channel.

He Is Left Handed Golfer

Golfer Steve Flesch is a left-handed golfer who leads the list of left-handed golfers with four victories.

Steve is a left handed golfer. His first win on the PGA Tour was the 2003 HP Classic of New Orleans.
Steve is a left handed golfer. His first win on the PGA Tour was the 2003 HP Classic of New Orleans. ( Source : usga )

Flesch went on to win four times on the PGA TOUR, and at some point, he became close with Chris Welsh, a former major league pitcher who later worked as a TV and radio analyst for the Reds.

He had a wonderful upbringing in Cincinnati. His grandfather worked as a representative for MacGregor Sporting Goods, the leading producer of baseball gloves in the 1970s and 1980s.

Steve played golf at the University of Kentucky before playing professionally in 1990 after graduating from Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills.

Flesch earned a PGA Tour card by placing in the top ten on the Asia Golf Circuit Order of Merit in 1993, 1994, and 1996 and winning the 1997 NIKE Tour Championship.

He has been ranked in the top 50 players in the world according to the Official World Golf Rankings, with a career-high of 22nd in 2004. Flesch was ranked 107 in the world when the 2008 Masters Tournament began.

He finished the first three rounds at eight under par, three strokes behind leader and eventual winner Trevor Immelman.

Flesch last competed in a complete season in 2011, after which he failed to cut in all 12 events he participated in in 2012. He placed seventh in the Barracuda Championship in 2015, his first top ten results in four years.

The golfer joined Fox Sports as an analyst in 2015. Before rejoining to competition on the PGA Tour Champions in 2017, he also served as a commentator for Golf Channel.

Flesch Won PGA Tour Event At Pebble Beach

Steve Flesch won the Pure Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach with a birdie on the 18th hole, giving him two PGA Tour Champions victories this year.

Steve Flesch wins the PGA Tour Champions event at Pebble Beach
Steve Flesch wins the PGA Tour Champions event at Pebble Beach ( Source : golfdigest )

Flesch got off to a good start on the front nine, birding the first four holes and five, but he failed on the back.

He beat off Ernie Els, Steven Alker, and Paul Stankowski by one stroke, but he only needed one birdie, which he achieved with a putt from roughly 8 feet on the par-5 18th hole.

Flesch received $330,000 after finishing the final round with a 4-under 68 for an 11-under 205 three-round total. In May, the 55-year-old won the Mitsubishi Electric Classic.

Some FAQs

Who is Steve Flesch married to?

Steve Flesch married his wife Dina Flesch in 2011. They have two children named Lily Katelin and Griffin McCarthy Flesch.

How old is Steve Flesch?

Steve Flesch is 55 years old. He was born on May 23, 1967 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

When did Steve Flesch became anlayst for Fox Sports?

Steve Flesh became analyst for Fox Sports in 2015. Before resuming his career on the PGA Tour Champions in 2017, he also worked as an analyst for Golf Channel.