THE HAMBRIC SPORTS FAMILY

Hambric Sports was founded in 1977 and has been representing professional golfers for over 40 years. There is no situation that Rocky and our senior management have not faced before.

Hambric Sports has a distinguished history and philosophy of signing amateur golfers when they turn professional. Our objective is to grow with each player that we represent from the moment they turn pro and be there every step of the way. We have been very fortunate in working with some of the games greatest players and have managed 19 Major Champions and 4 Hall Of Fame Golfers.

If you would like to keep up to date with news on Hambric Sports and all the amazing clients, please follow us on twitter – @Hambric_Sports

WHY CHOOSE HAMBRIC SPORTS?

Experience cannot be over estimated and we at Hambric Sports are one of the most experienced companies in the business. We continue to work with some of the games greatest players. Click on the link below and see what they have to say about us.

Professional golfers today have more demands made on their time than ever before. Our management style is geared to helping you in any way possible to realise your potential.

RECENT NEWS

Hambric Sports welcomes Yannik Paul

Hambric Sports welcomes Yannik Paul

Hambric Sports are proud to welcome Yannik Paul to the family, following on from a successful collegiate career with the
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Back-to-back US Open Championships for Brooks

Back-to-back US Open Championships for Brooks

Brooks Koepka became the first U.S. Open champion in 29 years to successfully defend his title, when he clinched a
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18th career victory for Johnson at the FedEx St. Jude Classic

18th career victory for Johnson at the FedEx St. Jude Classic

Dustin Johnson's victory at the FedEx St. Jude Classic on Sunday not only gave him his eighteenth career victory, it
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Paul McBride signs with Hambric Sports

Paul McBride signs with Hambric Sports

Hambric Sports are proud to announce the signing of Irish golfer, Paul McBride, who was ranked 41st in the World Amateur
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