Hambric Sports are pleased to announce the signing of PGA Tour star, Brandon Wu.
A standout at Stanford University before turning pro in 2019, Brandon captained the 2019 NCAA National Championship team. Adding to his list of amateur accomplishments, Brandon won a gold medal at the Pan American Games, earned Stroke Play Medalist honors at the US Amateur, lifted the Walker Cup trophy in 2019 and was the first amateur to compete in both the US Open and The Open Championship since 1967.
His success at the amateur level quickly translated to the professional ranks where he captured the 2020 Korn Ferry Tour Championship, earning him a PGA Tour card for the following season.
Brandon earned his 2021/ 2022 PGA Tour card having finished 16th on the Korn Ferry Tour points list, thanks to his victory at the KFT Championship, two runner-up finishes and seven top-10’s across 28 starts.
In 2022, Wu had a number of top 10 finishes, including tied 2nd at the Mexico Open, tied 3rd at the Puerto Rico Open and tied 6th at the Genesis Scottish Open, resulting in him ending the year 82nd in the FedEx Cup Standings.
“I’m excited to be joining the team at Hambric Sports and look forward to working with them going forward, as I compete on the PGA Tour and progress my career. It is a great comfort knowing that they have a huge wealth of experience and are alongside me on this journey”.
“Brandon is a player that has always impressed us and since turning professional in 2019, he has made remarkable progress through the ranks”, said Rocky Hambric, founder of Hambric Sports. “We are really proud to represent Brandon going forward and he holds all of the values that we look for in our clients both on and off the golf course.”
With offices in Dallas, London and Dublin, Hambric Sports specializes in the management of professional golfers and markets it’s clients on a global basis. This includes seeking and negotiating income-producing opportunities, within the golf industry and corporate world. In addition to Brandon, the list of clients includes Scottie Scheffler, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, the Højgaard twins, Thorbjørn Olesen and Jordan Smith.