Alex Noren married his wife Jennifer Kovacs in September last year. Get to know her in this piece by Matt Cradock

Who Is Alex Noren’s Wife?

The Swede has been one of the stand out players on the European Tour over the last three years winning seven times and with his great run of form Noren has secured himself a place in Thomas Bjørn’s side for the 2018 Ryder Cup. But who will be supporting him in Paris? Meet Jennifer Kovacs below.

Who Is Alex Noren’s Wife? 

One reason for his newfound success is down to his wife Jennifer and their daughter Iris.

Noren himself admits that the birth of Iris shifted his perspective: “Fatherhood gave me something extra in life,” he said.

Alex and Jennifer at the 2018 Ryder Cup gala dinner (Getty Images)

The birth came a year or so after a health scare where Noren hit so many balls he developed tendinitis in both wrists missing the majority of the 2014 season.

However the year after he would start his sensational run, is now part of the 2018 Ryder Cup squad and will have Jennifer by his side through the event.

Noren has experience at Le Golf National (Getty Images)

Jennifer was born in Stockholm and studied at Stockholm University, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Management and Marketing.

After university she worked as a marketing assistant at Abbot, which is a hospital & health care company in her birthplace of Stockholm.

She then ran a podcast called OPodden, which interviewed successful Swedish women. The aim of the podcast was to inspire and empower women.

Jennifer and daughter Iris have been spotted at several events and were there to celebrate Noren’s victory at the British Masters, the Open de France, as well as the Masters Par 3 contest.

Noren, Jennifer and Iris at the Masters Par 3 tournament (Getty Images)

With the Ryder Cup only a couple of weeks away both Noren and Jennifer will be at Le Golf National where the 36 year old has experience.

Noren’s Open de France victory this year actually came at Le Golf National where he claimed the title by just a single shot, therefore the Swede should have no worries adapting to the course and the pressure that goes with the Ryder Cup.

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