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Meet Hannah Green and Husband Jarryd Felton: The Power Couple of the Professional Golf World

Published 09/30/2023, 8:43 AM EDT

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A lot of golfers find their partners outside the course. Rare though it is, there are cases when players find their love within the sport they so adore. And that is exactly what Hannah Green and Jarryd Felton discovered as they came together and decided to support each other through the hard journey of life!

With a total of 11 professional wins, the latest being just hours ago at the HSBC Women’s World Championship, Green has undoubtedly left her mark on the sport. Her four LPGA victories even include a major in 2019. Meanwhile, her now-husband boasts a total of four victories under his belt, with the last one coming in 2022 at the TPS Sydney, hosted by Braith Anasta!

When did Hannah Green and Jarryd Felton tie the knot?

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Not a lot of information has been made public as to how the Aussie golfers met or their history before their careers, but it has been confirmed by the couple themselves that they have been dating since 2012. Moreover, Green and Felton got engaged on May 9, 2022. And just over 8 months later, on January 19, the pair walked down the aisle.

The pros clearly couldn’t be happier that they’re married. Just a month after their wedding, too, the duo took to Instagram to share a memory of them joyously celebrating on the dance floor on their wedding night.

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And as they donned their stunning black tux and mesmerizing white gown, along with their heart-shaped glares, everyone could tell that it was one of the happiest moments of their lives.

They have proven to be very supportive of each other in various instances over the years. The couple has been spotted many times on the golf course. Needless to say, one is in the capacity of a golfer and the other in the capacity of a supportive spectator.

The West Australian golfer was seen with his fiancee during the 2023 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Although the 1X major winner could only finish T68, his presence on the course would have undoubtedly been a source of comfort for the LPGA Tour pro.

Hannah Green and her husband are immensely happy with their lives, as is evident through the posts the couple keeps sharing on Instagram. In 2022, the two professionals took to their own social media handles to wish each other a happy 10-year anniversary. The picture with the caption intrigued many fans, as they flooded the comments asking about when they would tie the knot. Well, the answer was two years later!

It undoubtedly takes a special couple to stay strong while holding each other’s hands. On the course too, they figuratively hold hands, even pulling each other up, drawing on each other as a source of inspiration.

Green inspires Felton! The best couple goals

For Felton, being with a major champion on the LPGA circuit should be a motivation of sorts, but what has inspired the Aussie more is his wife’s growing influence on the game of golf in their country. The Australian couple had taken to the course to face off against each other at the 2020 WA Golf Guns Charity Shootout Challenge at Gosnells Golf Club in Perth in a bid to raise money for worthy causes.

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The nine-hole match that took place on June 19 saw the proceeds being donated to a charity. Moreover, in the following month, the couple saw themselves joining up with Braden Becker, Hayden Hopewell, Haydn Barron, and Kathryn Norris in a ‘Birdies for Breast Cancer’ initiative at The Cut Golf Club.

Hannah Green, moreover, has not just extended her support to the charity but also to those close to her. That same year, just a day before the charity match, she voiced her support for the LPGA Caddie Relief Fund, which provides great support to the people on the bags of the various professionals on the Tour.

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Certainly, the two are truly lucky to have found each other early in their lives. And undoubtedly, everyone in the golf world hopes that they stay beside each other forever!

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Allan Abe

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Allan Abe is a Senior Golf Writer at EssentiallySports. Armed with a Master’s Degree in English, he has covered many themes in golf as a beat writer, with in-depth coverage of instances of many golfers’ lives, like Bubba Watson and Adam Scott. Allan particularly excels at live coverage and a hole-to-hole analysis of events.
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Sheldon Pereira

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