Tony Finau recently shared a heartwarming video about his late wife, Ravena Finau. She was an artist who embodied the bond between mother and child and captured their love with her artwork. Ravena passed away at the age of 58, but her legacy will live on, and hopefully, it will help others find peace. It is hard to imagine what life would be like without a mother, but we all know how important mothers are to us.
On October 28, 2018, PGA Tour professional Tony Finau married Ravena. The two were married in a traditional Hawaiian wedding. The couple is a match made in heaven, and Tony has been married for five years. Finau’s family is from Samoa, but he also has American roots and is of Tongan and Samoan descent. He was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, and was the youngest of seven children. His parents are Kelepi and Ravena Finau. His siblings include Gipper, Pianola, Kelven, Kaylene, and Heilala.
As a child, Tony Finau’s father was a golf coach who encouraged his sons to dream big. His mother, Ravena, was a strong woman who always encouraged her sons to look at others in a positive light. He inherited his mother’s strength and courage from his mother, who had a strong faith in God and taught him to respect his family. The two were married for five years, and had four children.
During his first Masters Tournament, Tony Finau finished in the top ten. He placed fifth during his first U.S. Open appearance, giving him his second-best major championship finish. Finau has also represented his country on multiple occasions, including the Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup. He won the 2019 Presidents Cup by one point. Although Tony Finau’s first major championship victory came in 2018, he still managed to finish second in the PGA Championship.
Ravena Finau was the mother of several famous Utah golfers. Her parents worked in Polynesian production, and she met her future husband Kelepi while she was still in high school. The couple married in 1985 and were sealed in an LDS temple on October 23, 1992. Ravena Finau’s children are Kelepi, Heilala, and Kaylene “Pudgie” Finau.
The parents of Tony Finau have always been supportive of his decision to play golf. Both father and mother are Tongan and Samoan, and they have supported him through thick and thin. The parents are also supportive of his decision to pursue golf. Despite the financial constraints, the Finau family is incredibly supportive and proud of their son. This is a remarkable achievement for the young golfer, who is just 29 years old.
Despite his young age, Tony Finau is already making millions of dollars. His net worth is currently estimated at $9 million. In his first year on the PGA Tour, he earned $2.1 million. As a professional golfer, he is also committed to a conservative lifestyle and does not indulge in any escapades. Finau has never gotten tattoos and does not consume any inhalant.
At age 11, Tony Finau began studying in West High School. He was already showing signs of improving his game. By the time he turned 12, he moved to Los Angeles. Despite the lack of proper coaching, he played well and began to participate in more events. By 2006, he was able to compete with other proper golfers. His wife, Ravena, helped him in the sport as well.
The couple has four children together. Alayna Finau is a mother of four and a partner to one. Both Alayna and Tony are Mormons and both live in Arizona. Alayna is often home with the children. Alayna Finau is a huge supporter of the athlete. In the past, her children and husband attended the Masters, and she celebrated his first hole-in-one at the event.
Despite this, Tony’s success on the PGA Tour is largely a testament to the talent and dedication of his parents. In fact, his mother, Vena, died in a car crash in 2011 after her sister, Nola, lost control of the vehicle. Kinga and Nola, however, survived the crash and Finau has won nearly $2 million this year. However, his biggest weakness is his ability to cross the finish line.
In March of 2016, Finau won the Puerto Rico Open. He won the tournament after a tense sudden-death playoff against Steve Marino. However, Finau failed to defend the title in 2017. In the same year, he did not qualify for the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. However, he did manage to qualify for the first three majors of the year, including the Tour Championship and the Masters.