The history of golf in the early 1980s and 90s cannot be complete without a tribute to the living legend of golf, Bernhard Langer. This remarkable golfer began his sporting career at the tender age of 14, after missing the opportunity for formal training, and has since made an impressive career in golf. Today he is considered one of the most successful players on the Champions Tour.
In the 80s and 90s, Bernhard became one of the best golfers and a sensation in golf. Not only was he a two-time Masters Champion, but he also became the official number one in golf. Through the international ballot in 2001, the golf veteran was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame, although he was deferred until 2012 before he was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Bernhard Langer Biography
The German professional golfer Bernhard Langer was born on 27 August 1957 in Anhausen near Augsburg (Bavaria) as the son of mother Erwin Langer and father Walburga Langer. According to the available records, the devout Christian Bernhard originally comes from Bavaria, West Germany. The records also say that he is white and his star sign is Virgo. There seem to be no records of siblings, so it is assumed that he is an only child.
He has always had a keen interest in sports activities from childhood on, and at the age of eight Bernhard started with Augsburger G, but left at the age of 14 to pursue a career in golf. His career officially began in 1972, and he turned pro in 1976 when he joined the European Tour. Since then, the professional golfer has become a living legend in the world of golf and has won many notable events in the United States and Europe, including the 1985 and 1993 Masters.
In April 1986, Bernhard became the first-ever No. 1 golfer in the Sony world rankings. On the European Tour, he has recorded 42 victories, 68 of them without interruption and 17 consecutive wins, which he shared with Steve Ballesteros. Bernhard was declared champion at competitions in Japan, South Africa, and Australia. The Rider Cup from 1985 to 1991 brought him into the limelight when he turned the initially one-sided cup into the most exciting sporting event.
After turning 50, Bernhard became a living legend in the world of golf and has won 10 major senior championships, including 2010, 2014, and also the 2017 Open Senior Championships, as well as the 2010 Us Senior Open and the 2016 and 2017 Regions Traditions. His achievements also include the Constellation Senior Players Championship from 2014 to 2016 and the Senior PGA Championship in 2017. Bernhard has completed 48 events in the Senior Majors and finished in the top 10 in 24 (50%) and 38 (79%) of them.
Bernhard Langer has ranked among players who have won official tournaments on the six continents of the world where golf is played, an exalted position he shares with players such as David Graham, Gary Player, Justin Rose, and Hale Irwin. It is true that the legendary golfer has established a historic profile in the world of golf and has been well rewarded for his efforts.
Bernhard Langer: Career Earnings and Net Worth.
Bernhard’s career income has been accumulated through his fertile years as a golfer and also through several career victories. The living golf legend Bernhard Langer has a healthy net worth of $25 million.
Who is his Wife? Daughter
From the available records, we can categorically say that Bernhard’s sexuality is heterosexual and not gay. His successful marriage to his American wife Vikki Carol from 1984 until today is a testimony to his sexual orientation. The couple has been married for 32 years and is blessed with four children – Stefan, Jason, Christina, and Jackie. Bernhard Langer and his family have homes in Anhausen, where he was born, and in Boca Raton. The golf veteran is known as a loving husband and a responsible father of his children. The records also show that he is a faithful husband to his spouse and that their relationship is based on trust, love, mutual respect, and understanding, which is why the couple has never considered divorce or separation.