Height – 6 ft 1”
Date of birth – 16th March 1995
Turned pro – 2016
Family – Single
Residence – Mission Viejo, California

Hossler gained global notoriety at the 2012 United States Open after taking the lead late in the second round as a precocious teenager, and has now become one of the most decorated and highly-regarded amateurs in recent memory. Ranked #1 in Golfweek Magazine’s Men’s Amateur Rankings in mid 2016 and a consensus First Team All-American at the University of Texas, his decision to turn professional follows an epic junior year in which he captured five collegiate victories and the prestigious Jones Cup Invitational.

At only 21-years-of-age, Hossler has already competed in six United States Amateur Championships and three United States Opens, a remarkable feat in itself.

Beau will seek sponsor exemptions from 2017 PGA TOUR and Tour events, in pursuit of his exempt playing privileges. He will play at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in January, which will be his first PGA Tour event as a professional.

Beau claimed his maiden win at a 36 hole event on the Adams Pro tour by three strokes in Spring, Texas. It was only his third start since turning professional in July. Hossler posted rounds of 67-66 on the Cypress Course at Cypresswood Golf Club and earned $5,200.

2015 & 2016 Honours

  • 2016 Fred Haskins Award winner
  • 2016 Ben Hogan Award Finalist
  • 2016 PING All-America
  • 2016 Jack Nicklaus Award Semifinalist
  • 2016 Big 12 Player of the Year
  • 2016 All-Big 12
  • 2015 PING All-America
  • 2015 All-Nicklaus Team
  • 2015 U.S. Open qualifier
  • 2015 Big 12 Player of the Year
  • 2015 All-Big 12 First Team
  • 2015 Palmer Cup Team (U.S.)
  • 2015 Walker Cup Team (U.S.)
  • 2015 SGA National Am of the Month – March
  • 2015 Ben Hogan Award Watch List
  • Led the Longhorns with a 69.73 stroke average
  • Posted 29 of 37 rounds at or under par
  • Earned six additional top-10 finishes at the U.S. Collegiate, Southern Highlands, Valspar Collegiate, Big 12 Championship, the NCAA Franklin Regional and NCAA Championship
  • Shot a career-low 64 twice at the Nike Golf Collegiate and the NCAA Franklin Regional
  • Carded 18 rounds in the 60s: two 64s, two 65s, three 67s


In the 2015 NCAA Championship semi-final, Beau tore his labrum (shoulder) on the 15th but still went on to win his match 2&1 to send Texas through to the finals.