Hambric Sports welcomes Yannik Paul

Hambric Sports is proud to welcome Yannik Paul to the family, following on from a successful collegiate career with the University of Colorado’s Golf Team. Yannik made his professional debut earlier this month at the Mackenzie Tour Free 55 Financial, where he finished tied 36th.

Graduating from CU with a degree in Business Management, Yannik has had a busy year both on and off the course. His best finish of the season came at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational, where he was co-medalist, then going on to finish T2 at the Pac-12 Championships and 2nd in the team event at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate.

Individually, Paul was named on the first team for the All-Pac 12 and also as CU’s co-Male Athlete of the Year for all sports in the University. He posted a stroke average of 69.64 this spring, which broke the original CU record of 70.67, that was set by his twin brother Jeremy. He also broke a school record with nine tournaments under par this year, and of the 558 holes that he played, only three of these were worse than a bogey.

Throughout Yannik’s amateur career, he has been selected to represent team Germany at the European Amateur Team Championships and the European Nations Cup.

“I’m looking forward to working together with one of the most experienced teams in the business. I believe that Hambric’s knowledge will be really beneficial for my professional career”, said Paul.

Yannik will be managed by Duncan Maxim and Ricardo Relinque. Rocky Hambric, CEO of Hambric Sports, is delighted that Yannik decided to choose Hambric Sports to represent him;

“We are very happy to welcome Yannik to Hambric Sports. He’s a very talented golfer and we have been impressed with his standout performances throughout his collegiate career. Given his college record, we look forward to working closely with him.”

With offices in Dallas, Los Angeles & Dublin, Hambric Sports specializes in the management of professional golfers, and markets its clients on a global basis. This includes seeking and negotiating income-producing opportunities within the golf industry and corporate world. In addition to Yannik Paul, the list of clients includes Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Thorbjørn Olesen, Martin Laird, Oscar Lengdén, Beau Hossler and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castaño.

 Photo courtesy of the University of Colorado Athletic Department.