Full Biography and Life style of Hank Kuehne

Hank Kuehne’s full name is Henry August (Hank) Kuehne II, is born in 11th September 1975 in Dallas, Texas, United States. So, he is now 44 years. Hank Kuehne is an American Professional Golf player who became a professional golf player in 1999. Hank started studying at the Oklahoma State University–Stillwater, but he didn’t complete graduation from here, he transferred to the Southern Methodist University and completed graduation in Communications in 1999.

Hank’s height is 6’2” (1.88 m), and weight is 205 pounds (93 kg).

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At a young age, Hank learned golf from his father. Hank Kuehne has a sister named Kelli, was won the U.S. Women’s Amateur championship two-times, and now she is playing on the LPGA Tour. And he has a brother named Trip, was won the U.S. Mid-Amateur in 2007. In 1994, Trip played on the U.S. Amateur final with Tiger Woods and became runner-up.

Hank Kuehne’s first wife was Nicole Kuehne, and they had a son named Henry August Kuehne III (born in 2005). When he got divorced, Hank was with Venus Williams (tennis champion). They were together till 2010. After that, Hank met with his current wife named Andy, and they married in 2011. In 2012, Andy gave birth to a child. Now Kuehne lives with Andy and son (Alexander) in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

From 2006, Hank was suffering from back pain and consulted 13 doctors but didn’t get a better result. So, he decided not to play golf for the better. But he didn’t give up, and with last hope, he went to Germany in 2011 for treatment, and this time the procedure was successful. Hank returned to the golf career again in 2012.

Hank Kuehne has a particular interest in fishing and meditation.


Hank Kuehne started playing golf from an early age. He won many awards as an amateur golfer.

In 1998, he won the Eisenhower Trophy and the U.S. Amateur and tied in the Palmer Cup.

In 1999, he won the Palmer Cup.

Henry August started playing golf professionally from 1999 and won a total of four tournaments. Among them, two were the Canadian Tour. He also played on PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour but didn’t win any of them. But Kuehne won different unofficial PGA Tournaments.

Career Highlight:

Season 1999:

In 1999, Kuehne played six competitions, where he missed four cuts. This year he participated in the U.S. Open for the first time and finished at 65th positions.

Season 2000:

This season he played six PGA tours (missed four cuts) and four Korn Ferry Tour, where he missed three cuts.

  • GTE Byron Nelson Classic: Finished the PGA tour at T13.

  • BUY.COM Virginia Beach Open: Finished the KFT tour at T34.

Season 2001:

Played only two Korn Ferry Tournaments and missed the cut in both matches.

Season 2002:

This year Hank won two Canadian Tour (Texas Challenge and Telus Quebec Open). Henry August also played on the PGA tour and Korn Ferry Tour but didn’t get success.

Season 2003:

In 2003, Hank Kuehne played a total of 23 matches on the PGA Tour and finished one event as runner-up and five games in the top 25. This year he won the Franklin Templeton Shootout (an unofficial PGA Tour) against Jeff Sluman.

  • Shell Houston Open: In the Shell Houston Open, he became the runner-up.

  • BellSouth Classic: Hank finished the BellSouth Classic at T3 and earned 277 points in four rounds.

  • B.C. Open: Finished at T5.

  • FedEx St. Jude Classic: Finished at T9.

Season 2004:

This year he again won the Franklin Templeton Shootout. Kuehne also played 30 PGA Tour events and made 15 cuts. Finished eight events in the top 25 and two games in the top 10.

  • Nissan Open: Finished the Nissan Open in the 5th position.

  • Deutsche Bank Championship: Finished at T6.

  • Buick Championship: He finished at T13 (top 25).

Season 2005:

In 2005, Hank played a total of 29 events in the PGA Tour, where he missed 15 cuts and withdrawn two events. In one match, he became runner-up.

    <li “=”” dir=”ltr” tve-u-1715477368e”=””>John Deere Classic: In the John Deere Classic, he became the runner-up and gained 269 points in four rounds.

  • The INTERNATIONAL: In the INTERNATIONAL tournament, Kuehne played on the semi-final.
  • Zurich Classic of New Orleans: Finished at T21.
  • Chrysler Classic of Greensboro: Finished at T29.

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Season 2006:

This year, Henry August played only nine PGA Tournaments because of his health condition and missed seven cuts.

    <li “=”” dir=”ltr” tve-u-17154773696″=””>Buick Invitational: Finished at T49.

  • The Honda Classic: He finished the Honda Classic at T55.

Because of his back pain, Hank didn’t play golf tournaments from 2007 to 2011. But in 2007, he played three PGA Tournaments and missed all the three cuts. He also played three KFT events and made two cuts. Best finish was in the Chitimacha Louisiana Open Presented by Dynamic Industries that he finished at T19.

Season 2012:

After five years gap, Hank Kuehne played 12 events in PGA Tournaments this year, where he missed ten cuts.

  • Zurich Classic of New Orleans: Finished at T62.
  • Valero Texas Open: Finished at T67.

Season 2013:

This year Kuehne played two Korn Ferry Tours, where he missed the cut in both events. He also played five PGA Tour, where he made three cuts. His best performance over this season was in Waste Management Phoenix Open, which he finished at T43 and gained 274 points in four rounds.

Season 2014:

This season Hank didn’t play any tournaments.

Among four major championships, Hank Kuehne participated in the three major championships, and he didn’t play the Open Championship. Hank played the Masters Tournaments for the first time in 1999, where he missed the half-way cut and never participated in this tournament after 1999. He played the PGA Championships in 2003, where he also missed the cut, and in 1999 he played on the U.S. Open Championship and finished it at 65th positions.

In his whole career, he earned a total of $2,761,274.

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