Sanna Nuutinen : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Career

Sanna Nuutinen  is a Finnish professional golfer playing on the Ladies European Tour know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Career

Sanna Nuutinen : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Career
Sanna Nuutinen
  Bio
Name Sanna Nuutinen
Birthdate ( Age) 8th April 1991
Place of Birth Finnland
Nationality Finland
Marital Status  In Relationship
Spouse/Partner Niklas Dahlgren
Children Not Yet
Parents Not Known
Education Bachelors in sports psychology
Profession Finnish professional golfer
Net Worth $ 2.5 Million
Last Update August 2021

Sanna Nuutinen  is a Finnish professional golfer playing on the Ladies European Tour (LET). In 2019 she was runner-up at the Tipsports Czech Ladies Open and in 2020 she finished 5th on the LET Order of Merit.

Sanna Nuutinen

In June 2021 she finished tied third at the Jabra Ladies Open and the Scandinavian Mixed on the LET, helping her qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics along with Matilda Castren, just ahead of Ursula Wikstrom.

Early Life and Family

Sanna Nuutinen was born in the year 1991. Nuutinen played college golf with the TCU Horned Frogs at Texas Christian University 2010–2014 and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Psychology. In her sophomore year, she was Mountain West individual champion after winning a four-hole playoff.

Sanna Nuutinen Husband

She is currently dating her coach, Niklas Dahlgren. Sanna is yet not married. The breaking out of this news of Sanna dating her coach had been a shock to her fans. She has not updated much information about her mother, father, brother, or even her sister.

Sanna Nuutinen Net Worth

Sanna Nuutinen  is a Finnish professional golfer playing on the Ladies European Tourwho has an estimated Net Worth of $2.5 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Nuutinen start her professional career  in 2014 and returned to Finland to join the LET Access Series mid-season. She played in six tournaments with a best finish of T5 at the Mineks and Regnum Ladies Classic, and a lowest round of 67, five-under-par at the Open Generali de Strasbourg which included six birdies.

She was runner-up at the 2015 Ribeira Sacra Patrimonio de la Humanidad International Ladies Open, before winning the 2016 NordicTrack Open de Strasbourg. She finished fifth on the 2016 LET Access Series Order of Merit, earning membership of the Ladies European Tour for the 2017 season.

Nuutinen played in eight events on the 2017 Ladies European Tour. Her best finish in 2017 was as runner-up at the Ladies Finnish Open, a LETAS event, two strokes behind compatriot Ursula Wikström. The following year, she played in seven LET events and was again runner-up at the Ladies Finnish Open, this time losing a playoff to Julia Engström.

In 2019, Nuutinen was runner-up at the Lavaux Ladies Championship and beat Engström by two strokes to win the Amundi Czech Ladies Challenge, bot LETAS events. She also played in 14 LET events and posted a career-best T2 in the Tipsports Czech Ladies Open, a dual-ranked event with LETAS, helping her finish 21st on the LET Order of Merit.

On the 2020 Ladies European Tour, Nuutinen finished third at both the Tipsport Czech Ladies Open and the VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open, and by August she was the top Finnish golfer on the Women's World Golf Rankings. After a tie for 4th at the season ending Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open De España, she finished the year 5th on the LET Order of Merit.

In June 2021 she finished tied third at the Jabra Ladies Open and the Scandinavian Mixed on the LET, helping her qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics along with Matilda Castren, just ahead of Ursula Wikström.