Sepp Straka Brother: The Golfer Ace And His Twin Sam

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Sepp Straka brother Sam Straka is a twin of the Golf ace, who has been a constant and supportive presence throughout his golf career, contributing to his success.

His older twin brother was also a caddie for the Golf player in the Olympic men’s golf competition at Kasumigaseki Country Club.

The Straka brothers have always shared a love of golf from a young age and played during their college years.

Sepp Straka Austrian Professional Golfer
Sepp Straka, Austrian Professional Golfer (Source: Instagram)

Although among them, only Sepp Straka pursued professional golf, and Sam worked as a Real Estate broker.

Sepp Straka turned professional after college and played on the 2016 PGA Tour Canada.

Moreover, he played in the Open 2023 Championship at Royal Liverpool, and Brian Harman emerged as the winner.

While Sepp Straka finished joint second with a score of -7, showcasing his strong performance and potential as a challenger.

Sepp Straka Brother: Twin Sibling 

Sepp Straka has a diverse and accomplished professional background, with experience in both real estate and golf.

He is currently self-employed, working with Coldwell Banker Premier since October 2020, where he likely utilizes his skills in the real estate industry.

Before that, he worked as an Associate with SG Property Services, LLC, for three years, from June 2015 to 2018.

Alongside his professional pursuits, Straka has an impressive academic background.

Sepp Straka Brother Sam
Sepp Straka Brother Sam (Source: Instagram)

He attended the University of Georgia and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in International Relations and Affairs in 2015.

During his time at the university, he was a valuable member of the UGA Golf Team and actively contributed to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

Straka’s dedication to academics and sports highlights his commitment and determination in various fields, making him a well-rounded individual.

Sepp Straka Parents

Sepp Straka’s parents are Peter Straka, who is from Austria, and his mother, who is American and originally from Moultrie.

When Sepp was 14, the family moved to Valdosta, Georgia. 

Sepp Straka Family
Sepp Straka Family (Source: Instagram)

Apart from the spotlight they share because of their PGA tour golfer son, Sepp, no other information is available regarding them.

Although we can spot the parents of Straka brothers on the golf course several times cheering their sons.

The Twin Brother Game Play In College Years

Sam and Sepp Straka, twins who don’t look alike, have been playing golf together for a long time.

They signed up to play golf for the University of Georgia in their college years and were roommates during their first year there.

Even though they are close, they have different personalities and sometimes do things apart.

Sam has had some impressive achievements in golf. He won the United States Junior Amateur Qualifier and did well in the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship.

He has also earned five victories on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour and has finished in the top 5 on ten occasions.

His best round was 66, and he was ranked No. 44 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Junior Rankings.

Moreover, Sepp is a talented golfer, too, with back-to-back victories in the Austrian junior championship.

He also did well on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour, with one victory and ten top-5 finishes. Sepp’s lowest round was 67, and he was ranked No. 72 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Junior Rankings.

Sam and Sepp are proud former Austrian national golf team members and have qualified to play in the Junior Orange Bowl International Golf Championship in Miami.

Vandana Thapa
Vandana Thapa
Vandana is one of our observant and appreciative writers, an avid reader with a passion for sports, whether from F1 to Lacrosse. Our work gives a two-way growth to the readers as well as the writer and a tour of the sports world.

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