BRANDEL CHAMBLEE

BIOGRAPHY

Height – 5 ft 10″
Date of birth – 2nd July 1962
Turned pro – 1985
Family – Wife: Bailey Children: Brandel Jr, Brennen & Bergen
Residence – Orlando, Florida and Scottsdale, Arizona

Since joining the Golf Channel in 2004 after a professional career spanning 20 years, Brandel has become one of the game’s most prominent voices, offering his unique insight and detailed analysis to Live From and Golf Central programming

Brandel is now a regular analyst on the Golf Channel after a professional career spanning 20 years. A former University of Texas Longhorn, Brandel received All American honours and recorded his sole PGA Tour victory at the Greater Vancouver Open in 1998 with a winning score of -19 and finished 3 shots ahead of the late Payne Stewart. Brandel also had a victory on the Nationwide Tour in 1990 when he managed to hold onto his one shot lead and take the Ben Hogan New England Classic.

His best major finish was a tied 18th finish at the 1999 Masters, where after the first day he shared the lead.

Brandel authored the New York Times Best Seller “The Anatomy of Greatness” in 2016 and is set to release “The Short Game: Lessons from Inside 100 Yards by the Best Golfers in History” in 2019

DID YOU KNOW?

Brandel is an avid supporter of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital.