Meet Luke Donald's wife and Chicago native Diane Antonopoulos in this piece.

Who Is Luke Donald’s Wife?

Aside from winning a Major title, Luke Donald has achieved everything there is to do in the game of golf. Chief among which is getting to the world number one spot which he did in 2011. At the start of the year he missed the cut at the Northern Trust but he then went on a run that boggles the mind – 1 – T10 – T6 – T4 – 2 – T8 – T4 – 2 – 1. This run got him to world number one and he then won the Barclays Scottish Open for good measure.

Donald clearly had a lot of highs in his career but also a lot of lows largely due to injury and there is one part of his life that has remained consistent, the support form his wife Diane. Who is she you ask? Below we have taken a look.

Who Is Luke Donald’s Wife?

The pair met whilst at Northwestern University in Illinois, the home state of Chicago-native Diane. There, Diane studied psychology whereas Donald studied art.

She is Greek-born with her maiden name being Antonopoulos and they got married on the island of Santorini in Greece, which is where Diane’s family is from, 11 years ago.

Luke and Diane visiting Wimbledon in 2016 (Getty Images)

Luke and Diane have three daughters, Sophia, Elle, and Georgina, and they normally spend most of their time between either their houses in Illinois and Florida.

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Daddy always has time for a quick high-five mid round for his number one fans! 😻#takeyourdaughterstoworkdayPGAtouredition #HondaClassic . . . . . (*Hideous rainbow 🌈 braid ponytail holders courtesy of grandma and purchased at Claire's for anyone interested in making a 5-7 year old extremely happy. This mommy may be 'accidentally' misplacing them in the near future 🙈😜)

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Donald held the honour of being the worlds best golfer for a total of 56 weeks as he battled with Rory McIlroy. As mentioned above the only thing missing from his large resume is a Major title and given he is only 41 years old, who knows, maybe he could finally get the monkey off his back.

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