Hambric Sports Group is pleased to announce the signing of Swedish golfer, Oscar Lengdén.
A maiden Challenge Tour Victory at the 2017 Bridgestone Challenge, alongside a T5 finish at the European Tour’s co-sanctioned D+D REAL Czech Masters, saw Oscar shoot up the Road to Oman rankings and finish the year off ranked in 23rd place.
The talented Swede spent four years at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale and won two NCAA Division titles. He also claimed medalist honours at the Barry’s Buccaneer Invitational in 2012. He became NSU’s first ever two-time recipient of All-American awards when he was selected as a 2014 Division II All-American Scholar and a 2015 Second Team All-American Scholar.
Having graduated from University, Oscar then returned to Europe and turned professional in 2015.
A very successful 2016 season on the Nordic Golf League saw Oscar finish 3rd on the Order of Merit, guaranteeing promotion to the European Challenge Tour. Playing in 19 tournaments, he recorded 11 top 10 finishes, one of these including a win at the Norweigan Open.
2017 was a breakthrough year for Lengdén and saw him compete on both the European and Challenge Tours. An unforgettable win at the Bridgestone Challenge was the highlight of his season, winning by 2 points in a modified Stableford scoring system.
Other notable performances in 2017 came at the D+D REAL Czech Masters (T5), Irish Challenge (T2) and the Vierumäki Finnish Challenge (T4).
Oscar said: ‘So far I have had a successful professional career, but now I feel that it is the right time to join a team who will help me get to the next level. I liked Hambric Sports values from the start and their priorities are the same as mine, which makes it the right fit.’
CEO of Hambric Sports, Rocky Hambric, said: ‘Having followed Oscar’s progress for quite some time now, we have always been impressed with him both on and off the golf course. We are very excited to welcome Oscar to the Hambric Sports family and look forward to working with him to achieve his professional goals.’