A graduate of San Diego State University, Xander turned pro in 2015 and earned his PGA Tour card after graduating from the Korn Ferry Tour following the 2016 season. Xander had a record breaking 2016/17 Rookie season on the PGA Tour with two wins at the Greenbrier Classic and Tour Championship. Xander finished the season 3rd on the Fedex Cup Rankings, which is the best finish by a Rookie in the history of the Fedex Cup. Xander recorded another two victories in the 2018/2019 season at the WGC HSBC Champions and the Sentry Tournament of Champions and finished the season 2nd on the Fedex Cup standings. Xander capped off 2019 by being picked for the winning Presidents Cup team captained by Tiger Woods in Melbourne, Australia.
After finishing as the low amateur at the 2008 Open Championship, Chris turned pro and joined the European Tour. He has three career wins, most recently at the 2016 BMW PGA Championship, and finished tied for third at the 2009 Open Championship. In 2015, "Woody" broke into the top 50 in the world rankings and earned a spot at the 2016 Masters. His dedication and desire for perfection have helped him continue to excel on the course and it showed as he earned a spot on the 2016 European Ryder Cup team.
Cameron Davis capped off a stellar amateur career in 2016 by winning the Individual portion of the Eisenhower Trophy and ending the season as the 4th ranked amateur in the world. Cameron proceeded to get his professional career off to a solid start with a T15th place finish in the 2016 OHL Classic at Mayakoba and capped off his first year as a professional by coming from six shots behind Jason Day to win the 2017 Australian Open. Cameron continued his success by logging his first win on the Web.com Tour at the 2018 Nashville Golf Open Benefitting the Snedeker Foundation. This win helped propel Cameron onto the PGA Tour for the 2018/2019 season.
A graduate of University of Arkansas, Taylor turned pro in 2016 after earning Second-Team All-SEC honors during his senior season. Taylor earned full status on the Mackenzie Tour (Canada) for 2016, ending the year with five top 10 finishes and his first professional victory at the Staal Foundation Open. Taylor earned his Web.com Card for the 2017 season following his 3rd place finish on the Mackenzie Tour Order of Merit.
A well-rounded individual, Brandon makes the jump to professional golf after obtaining a degree in Product Design from Stanford. While at Stanford, Brandon led the golf team to its 11th PAC 12 title and the schools 9th NCAA Championship title in 2019. Rising to #5 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, Brandon was the first amateur to compete in both the U.S. and British Open since 1967. He captured medalist honors at the 2019 U.S. Amateur at Pinehurst, firing a competitive course record, 5-under-par, 65 on Course No. 4. Later in the summer, he helped the USA take home the Walker Cup trophy at Royal Liverpool.
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Matt BaldwinChallenge Tour (ENG)
Todd ClementsChallenge Tour (ENG)
Cameron DavisPGA Tour (AUS)
Scott GregoryEuropean Tour (ENG)
David HowellEuropean Tour (ENG)
Denzel IeremiaPGA Tour (AUS)
Scott JamiesonEuropean Tour (SCO)
Frederic LacroixChallenge Tour (FRA)
Hurly LongChallenger Tour (GER)
Taylor MoorePGA Tour (USA)
Gian-Marco PetrozziEuroPro Tour (ENG)
Gary PlayerGolf Legend (ZA)
Xander SchauffelePGA Tour (USA)
Nick VokeKorn Ferry Tour (NZ)
Marc WarrenEuropean Tour (SCO)
Chris WoodEuropean Tour (ENG)
Brandon WuPGA Tour (USA)
Michael BreedGolf Coach and Golf Channel Personality
Matt GinellaMedia Personality
Hank HaneyGolf Professional Instructor
Renee PowellGolf Personality and LPGA Legend
Geoff ShackelfordMedia Personality
Paige SpiranacGolf Personality and Professional Golfer
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