JB Holmes Net Worth-Full Name, Career, Earnings, Lifestyle & Bio

JB Holmes, formally known as John Bradley Holmes, is an American professional golfer. He became famous for playing on the PGA tour, gaining a higher career status at the 19th position in 2017 in the Official World Ranking, and being a medalist at the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament in 2005. As a professional golfer, JB Holmes has gained great wealth, and as of 2021, his estimated net worth is $5 million.

NameJ.B Holmes
Real NameJohn Bradley Holmes
Date Of Birth26th April 1982
Age39 years
ResidenceOrlando, Florida
Birth PlaceCampbellsville, Kentucky, United States
ProfessionProfessional golfer
CollegeUniversity of Kentucky
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseErica Holmes
ChildrenYes (Tucker Holmes)
Zodiac SignTaurus
Height5 feet 11 inches (1.80m )
Weight86 kg (190 Ibs)
Hair colorLight brown
Eye colorBrown
Years Active2005- present
Salary$2 million
Net Worth$50 million

Early Life

JB Holmes was born in Campbellsville, Kentucky, on 26th April 1982. His official name is John Bradley Holmes. He holds a white ethnicity, is an American citizen, born under the zodiac sign Taurus, and follows Christian religion. His father is Maurice Holmes, and his mother, Lisa Holmes.

JB Holmes attended Taylor County High School based in Campbellsville. While in school, his passion for golf grew, and while in his third grade, he played for the school Pepsi Junior Golf Team. By fifth grade, JB Holmes was number one or two-man and won Kentucky high school sophomore title for his long drives and compact swing.

JB Holmes also suffered mild dyslexia, commonly known as a reading disorder, while in school. He was later admitted to Kentucky University in Lexington. While in the university, he achieved the SEC title and took part in the 2005 USA Walker Cup before becoming a professional golfer in 2006.

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JB Holmes Career

JB Holmes started his career as a golfer in the third grade in Taylor County high school and was part of the school golf team but became a professional golfer in 2006. In 2005, JB Holmes became a medalist at the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament. The following year in 2006, he won the FBR Open, becoming the fastest golfer to earn $1,000,000 in his career on the PGA Tour. JB Holmes attained that figure on his 4th PGA tour. He also qualified for the three stages during his opening tour to Q-School.

In 2007, JB Holmes didn’t participate in most tournaments and took part in top ten finishes two times. He finished in the 118th position on the money list that year. The following year in 2008, JB Holmes won the FBR Open and raised to the 62nd position in the Official World Golf Ranking.  By the end of 2018, he had moved and was at 42 career-high rankings.

During the 2008 Ryder Cup, JB won against Soren Hansen 2 & 1, bringing one Ryder Cup-winning point to the US. Kentucky Monthly Magazine named Holmes and his teammate Kenny Perry the 2008 Kentuckians.

In 2011, JB Holmes pulled out from the PGA championship due to Vertigo symptoms he was struggling with and was diagnosed with cerebellum structural defects. Holmes got back to the PGA championship in 2012 during the Farmers Insurance Open. After recovering from brain surgery, JB Holmes took part in 26 tournaments. In 2015, JB Holmes finished runner-up in the WGC-Cadillac Championship and moved to the 19th position in the world career ranking, his highest ranking to date.

In 2016, JB Holmes qualified for the ninth time in the FedExCup, being part of the TOUR Championship in the 28th position on the FedExCup standings. He also took the 27th position at East Lake during his 30th and final season in the FedExCup standings. On September 12th, the same year, Holmes was announced as the United States Ryder Cup team’s Captain Pick.

JB Holmes’ career has been successful though he has been criticized often as a slow player. In 2018, fellow professional golfers criticized him on social media when he took four minutes and ten seconds in his second shot to the 18th hole during the Farmers Insurance Open last round.

JB Holmes Lifestyle

JB Holmes is a professional golf player whose success results from dedication and hard work. He became a professional golfer at a tender age, and this is evident that he followed his passion and made it a career and his source of income. Despite having challenges in his career especially suffering from dyslexia while in high school and almost messing with his career, he never allowed it to hinder his success.

JB Holmes Personal Life and Relationship Status

Like any other athlete who is always in the spotlight, people always want to know about their marital status, which is not exclusive to JB Holmes. JB Holmes is a family man and married to his long-term lover Erica Holmes, who worked as a nurse in Louisville but currently, she is the Chief Executive Officer of the JB Holmes Golf. She oversees her husband’s financial aspects and manages sponsorships. They got married in 2013 and currently living in Campbellsville, Kentucky, with zero disturbances. The couple is also blessed with a son, Tucker Bradley Holmes, born in 2017.

JB Holmes Height, Weight, Eye Color

Physical beauty expresses how your favorite star takes care of their fitness and beauty. Celebrities can become famous by setting trends through their attire, height, hairstyle, or even make-up. When it comes to JB Holmes, that is not different. He has a well-structured athlete body and keeps it fit through regular exercise. He stands 5feet 11 inches or 180 cm in centimeters. JB Holmes’ height is 86kg in kilograms and 190 Ibs in pounds, and he has amazing brown eyes.

JB Holmes Net Worth and Earning

JB Holmes has an estimated net worth of $50 million as of 2021. He has earned a significant income from his career as a professional golfer. Apart from that, JB Holmes also earns handsomely from endorsement deals and brand sponsorships like Callaway, Yum, Apex, and Sunice. JB Holmes has a salary of $2million and is the fastest golfer ever to attain $1,000,000 career earning in PGA Tour.