• Driver: Ping G425, 9.5 with custom green Mitsubishi Chemical Diamana RF 60 X shaft
  • Irons (4-PW): Ping Blueprint with Nippon Modus 3 120 TX shafts
  • Wedges: Ping Glide Forged (50, 56 degrees), Titleist Vokey SM8, (60 degrees) with Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 125 X shafts
  • Putter: Piretti Prototype
  • Ball: Titleist Pro V1
  • Clubs: fitted with Lamkin UTX mid-size grips.

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Net Worth of Tony Finau in Different Currencies

Here is the net worth of Tony Finau in different currencies, including the Euro and Pound.

CurrencyNet Worth
Pound Sterling£8,971,860 
Australian DollarA$16,606,800 
Canadian DollarC$15,204,540 
Indian Rupee892,568,400 

Tony Finau | Lifestyle 

Tony Finau has indeed proved and maintained himself on a higher level. He went from a middle-class, typical family to establishing himself as one of the top golf contenders. 

Finau for the Golf Magazine
Finau for the Golf Magazine (Source: Instagram)

Workout Routine 

As a golfer, he had rigorous training and workouts to keep him in shape. But, according to Finau, his prime focuses goes on his stability, mobility, and flexibility. 

While on the gym, he would weightlift kettlebells for power cleans, Olympic lifts, and squats. Additionally, he also indulges in yoga with pilates for core and often has bike rides.

Finau’s Lawsuit

In September 2020, a Salt City Lake businessman, Molonai Hola, filed a $16 million lawsuit against Tony Finau. This lawsuit was put against Tony Finau, his brother Gipper, his father Gary, his manager Chris Armstrong, and Wasserman Media Group.

To illustrate, his lawsuit stated that their first meeting was back in 2006, and Hola helped them financially initially.

According to the lawsuit, Hola assisted the family with their expenses regarding Finau’s golf expenses. 

Hola had spent over $600,000 for Finau’s golf expenses, and their deal included them to pay Hola twenty percent (20%) of Tony’s and Gipper’s earnings throughout their careers.

Later, he reached out to Finau with the first agreement he was asked to make with Wasserman Media Group. However, the Finau family later stopped responding to calls.

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Help and Charity

Being an accomplished athlete, Tony Finau also works for the betterment of society. Furthermore, he is also a spiritual person and indulges himself in it.

As an ambassador for American Express, Tony Finau recently played charitable golf alongside many other celebrity partners and golfers.

Right then, Finau partnered to play with former professional soccer superstar Landon Donovan for ‘Youth Development and Education’ charities.

To elaborate, this event was held at the PGA West Pete Dye Stadium course to support local Coachella Valley charities. Well, the duo successfully raised $340,000.

Apart from it, Tony Finau has also stood with several donations for the during the novel coronavirus. Not to mention, he had donated $5 million worth of masks right then.

At the same time, he also donated $10,000 to the Nebo Education Foundation. Likewise, he assisted in providing food for the at-risk children and youth in Salt City.

For it, he had joined hands with the nonprofit organization named ‘For The Kid’ to contribute foods. 

Tony Finau Foundation 

Final launched his nonprofit foundation named after him to contribute to charitable works. This organization aims to assist youths in education, family values and inspire the young ones. 

Additionally, it provides scholarships for the young ones and mentors them while helping them with their basic needs. 

General Facts on Tony Finau

Finau (fully named Milton Pouha Finau) is the foremost Tongan and Samoan descent person to play in the PGA Tour. Additionally, he is a Mormon and often includes himself in church.

As for his background, his father used to work shifts in Delta graveyards. Sadly, he lost his mother back in the days in a car accident. Glancing back to his childhood, he was first interested in basketball.

Also, golf was never a choice in his community as they thought rich older men only played it. Thus, he was skeptical of golf growing up in the Polynesian culture.