Nick Faldo wife Lindsay De Marco, is the fourth partner of the English Professional Golfer. The couple was married in the Florida Keys after their marriage was postponed in Kensington Palace due to Covid.
The recent news of Nick Faldo retiring from the CBS booth has piqued the interest of many in his family and married life.
However, many were stunned to learn that the English golfer was married for the fourth time, and his new wife is former topless dancer Lindsay De Marco.
Who Is Nick Faldo's Wife, Lindsay De Marco?
Nick Faldo wife Lindsay De Marco, is a 58-year-old topless dancer and model who married the prominent golfer and presenter in 2020 during the Covid surge.
According to the Mirror, Nick and Lindsay have an age difference of 5 years.
According to Sir Nick Faldo's Wikipedia profile, the wedding was supposed to happen in Kensington Palace and was later postponed to the Florida Keys.
Lindsay De Marco has proudly changed her Facebook name to "Lindz Faldo." According to sources, the 58-year-old, who met Faldo in 2018, "revels" in her status as a Lady.
It is Faldo's fourth marriage and Lindsay's seventh, with 18 distinct names and 42 addresses. Randy Heine, who was twice married to Lindsay, wished Sir Nick "good luck."
On the other hand, Nick married his first wife, Melanie Rockall, when he was 21.
Nick and Melanie married in 1979 but divorced less than five years after she found out he was having a relationship with his manager's assistant, Gill Bennett.
"We were happily married for eight months," Faldo subsequently recalled of his romance with Rockall. We had been married for four and a half years.
Nick Faldo Net Worth 2022
Nick Faldo net worth is estimated at $60 million. He is a British professional golfer and television pundit.
He has won many Open Championships and Masters and has been rated number one on the Official World Golf Ranking for 97 weeks.
Faldo joined CBS Sports as the lead golf analyst in 2006. He is set to retire from the position recently, and no one knows if he will be entering another TV channel.
Faldo's success on the European Tour continued in the early 1980s, with two straight Sun Alliance PGA Championships in 1980 and 1981.
He topped the Order of Merit with five European Tour victories in 1983. Faldo went on to become a consistent major title contender.
He won the Peugeot Spanish Open in May 1987 and his first significant victory two months later when he won the British Open.
Faldo founded Faldo Design, a golf course design firm, in 1991.
Numerous courses worldwide have been designed or remodeled by the business, including Laguna Lang Co in Vietnam, Chart Hills Golf Club in England, and Cottonwood Hills in the United States.
Faldo also designed and built a world-class course at San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, which opened in 2010.