Hambric Sports Group is pleased to announce the signing of young French star Joël Stalter. Joël graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business. He will turn professional after a highly successful 4 years with Cal Bears. One of the highlights being when they won the 2013 Pac-12 championships, making it 10 victories from 12 events.
Joël recorded five individual College victories, was a member of the 2013 Palmer Cup team, a Byron Nelson Award finalist and was selected for the prestigious All American 1st Team for 2014. He has shown huge potential throughout his amateur career, culminating in his rise to the top spot of the French Amateur rankings.
Making his professional debut in St. Omer this week, Stalter said: “I am delighted to be beginning the journey into the professional game knowing that I have the best team around me. Hambric Sports know exactly what it takes to assist and nurture a young amateur turning professional and guide him all the way through his career. I am looking forward to the journey ahead and I have peace of mind knowing that I have the best in the game supporting me.”
The CEO of Hambric Sports Group, Rocky Hambric, said: “It is with great pleasure that we have the opportunity to work with Joël at such an important stage in his career. Joël has proven his ability throughout his impressive amateur career and I have no doubt that he can carry this form into the professional ranks. Players like Joël do not come around that often and it is humbling that he looks to Hambric Sports to assist him in his transition into the professional game. We are all very excited about the future.”