Harold Varner III has been happily married to his wife, Amanda Singleton, since 2020. The couple reportedly began dating in 2017 and decided to get married after they were pregnant with their baby, Liam. Follow to know about their relationship with their pics.
Currently ranked 60th in World Gold Ranking, Harold Varner III has currently been making headlines as he recently slammed his fellow LIV pros after they said they joined LIV to grow the game of golf. Harold has been straight with the fact that everyone is there for the money.
Varner became a professional in 2012 and started competing on the Web.com Tour, which is a development tour for the PGA Tour. He placed in the top 25 on the Web.com Tour money list in 2015, earning him a spot on the PGA Tour. In 2016, Varner won his first professional match at the Australian PGA Championship. He ended the competition at 19-under par, two strokes better than Andrew Dodt, who came in second. Varner's best-ever performance in a major competition came in 2019 when he tied for third at the PGA Championship. He has also participated in The Open Championship and The U.S. Open.
After openly calling out fellow LIV pros, Harold Varner III's personal life also has been a subject of concern to many fans. People want to know about his wife and baby, who he frequently brings during the tournaments. Well, let's get started.
Harold Varner III’s Wife: The American Golfer Has Been Married to the Mother of His Baby, Amanda Singleton, Since 2020!
Harold Varner III (@hv3_golf) has been married to his wife, Amanda Singleton (@amandavarnerxo), since September 2020. Yes, the couple tied the know during the Covid-19 pandemic. Similarly, the couple also has a baby/son, Liam aka HVIV, who was born in October 2021.
Harold Varner III and his wife, Amanda Singleton.
We must say that Harold Varner and Amanda Singleton have been very supportive of each other. While Amanda shows up to support her husband in most of the tournaments, Harold does not hesitate to appreciate the support his wife gives. Both of them post pics of each other on their Instagram. Matter of fact, Harold considers himself "the luckiest man on earth" to be beside Amanda. Additionally, the birth of their baby has added more value to their relationship.
Harold Varner III with his family.
Amanda appears to have a profession in health and fitness away from her family. She is a certified aesthetician, a barre instructor, and a coach at Team Beach Body. According to reports, Harold met his wife when he was just 17 years old. However, they began dating around 2015 and got married in 2020. Meanwhile, Liam/Harold IV was due in October of that year. Talking about his marriage during Covid-19, he previously said,
The big is thing for me was to get married. Obviously, I wanted a lot of people there to see it, but the biggest thing was getting married to my wife, that’s the most important thing. I think weddings are getting a little blown out of proportion. What are you really getting married for? Are you getting married to party? Like I can throw a big party, I’m good at that, I have no trouble with that.
The couple shared a humorous incident at Saudi International in 2022. Following her husband's victory, Amanda rang and interrupted Harold at a press conference, with the American humorously placing her on Facetime while he spoke to the media at the event.
Harold Varn III Calls His Liv Fellow Liv Members They Are “Full of S***”!
Harold Varner III, a controversial golfer, claims he tells his fellow LIV competitors they are "full of s***" if they claim their decision to join the Saudi-backed tour was not fuelled by money".
One of the 18 LIV rebels who will be competing in this year's Masters after the tournament's organizers opted against banning them is Varner III. The breakaway league, according to LIV commissioner Greg Norman and his players, may "grow the game," although Varner III acknowledged it is only a way for the players to increase their wealth. In an interview with Washington Post, he said,
They're full of s***; they're growing their pockets. I tell them all the time, all of them: 'You didn't come here to f****** grow the f****** game'.....I play golf so I can change the direction of my family's life. And that's it. No other reason.
Varner III first declined an approach from LIV but ultimately opted to join the team in August after being given a substantial signing bonus, which he acknowledges is "higher" than the reported $15 million (£12 million). At the time, he acknowledged that financial considerations were the only factors driving his choice, saying in a statement that "the opportunity to join LIV Golf is simply too good of a financial breakthrough for me to pass by."