Australian Darts Player Gordon Mathers Has A Happy Family Of 6 With Wife Kaylene Mathers & Kids

Gordon (Glen) Mathers, Aka GG, is a professional Australian darts player who entered the World Series of Darts Final. If he wins the match against New Zealand’s Haupai Puha, he will receive £70,000. 

Mathers previously competed to obtain a Tour card at PDC Q-school in 2020, but his ranking was just last-64 which was not enough to get him to the competition. 

After that, he stayed for the first four PDC Challenge Tour events and advanced to the semifinals of the third event. After that, GG returned to his home country, where he tasted a victory at the season end of the DPA Pro Tour. As a result, he secured a place for him in the 2021 World Championship. 

He competed in the PDC UK Q-school in early 2021, and although he could not win the Tour card directly, he finished eighth in the Order of Merit and earned the card for two years. He participated in the 2021 UK Open as a professional; however, he was defeated in the first round.

Darts Player Gordon Mathers Wife Is Kaylene Wright

Gordon married his beautiful wife, Kaylene Wright, and walked down the aisle on 11 October 2009. The ceremony was held in Ipswich, Queensland, surrounded by close family and friends. Everyone invited enjoyed the pairs knot tying day; still, many wished them an anniversary on that day. 

Although the darts player does not try to upload images of his adorable wife and does not tag her on his social media, we can easily find her on Facebook. She has also given a short description of herself on her profile bio. 

As Kaylene has mentioned, she is originally from Camira and currently lives in Queensland with her family. She attended Glendale State High School and used to work as the Operations officer for VFS Global. In 2017 she joined TAFE Queensland, from where she graduated with a Diploma of Beauty Therapy. 

However, she seems to have stepped out of her career path to care for her family. According to the bio, Mrs. Mathers is a stay-at-home parent. But she mentioned getting to work after nine years earlier this year. Nevertheless, Gordon’s wife is much more active on social media than the professional player himself. 

Like any individual, she has a list of hobbies, including cooking, gardening, dancing, reading, and relaxing. Besides those, she loves traveling, camping, and photography.

How Many Children Do The Mathers Couple Have?

Gordon Mathers and his wife is blessed with four kids; two sons and two daughters. Looking at the pictures of his family, he seems to have a great time with his loved ones.

The couple tries to make Christmas much more memorable for the kids possible. They either take them to some new place or surprise their little ones with gifts.

Additionally, Mather’s family likes spending time in nature and is seen going to zoos and around animals. Further, the eldest and youngest children are daughters, and between them are two boys.

Gordon fans are eager to learn the name of his adorable kids, but he has tried to keep his family away from his fandom. Also, his eldest daughter is in her late teens or early twenties. But the rest of the kids seem to be teenagers.

If you want a clear view of what the kid of GG and his wife look like, then you need to scroll through his profile of Kaylene. Unlike her husband, she is an active user of social media and does not hesitate to make uploads with her family.

Gordon Mathers Net Worth Updated 2022

Gordon Mather’s net worth is more than $1.5 million as of 2022, based on his professional career only. He used to work in some organization before he got professionally into this sport.

The pro player used to work in sales and accounts in Advance rentals from 2004 until 2019. Again after getting rid of that job, he worked as the sales customer support for Flexihire until February 2021.

Since then, he has been a professional dart player at PDC and mentioned being self-employed. In addition to the description, he has written to do what he loves. All the report of his work experience was updated on his LinkedIn account.

He started to play the game in the late 1990s. The right-handed Australian currently ranks at 82 positions in the world. Nevertheless, he made his first world championship appearance in 2018 but unfortunately lost to the Seigo Asada in the preliminary round.

Since his appearance at the premier events, he has grasped more attention of the audience. A year after his professional debut, he won two DPA tournaments. The same year in April, he also bagged in the Sunshine State Classic by defeating Jeremy Fagg in the final.