Ambassadors

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Ambassadors

To break the rules, you must first master them.

Over the years we’ve developed friendships with some of the world’s best golfers. This veritable Dream Team of golf Ambassadors are exceptional and passionate players with a proven record of fully mastering their discipline and working tirelessly to constantly push their limits.

WESLEY BRYAN

This cool guy combines creativity and mastery like no one else. Made famous through his viral golf trickshot videos as one-half of the Bryan Bros, the South Carolina native went on to prove his talent on the professional stage. The Web.Com Tour Player of the Year in 2016, recorded a fantastic rookie campaign on the PGA Tour including his maiden title and the tour’s quickest round ever.

Patrick Cantlay

Patrick, former World Number 1 amateur, met extraordinary success as junior and college player. After three years away from competitive golf, Patrick came back in exceptional fashion in 2017. In November, he won his first PGA Tour title at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

BUD CAULEY

After an impressive junior and amateur career, this talented American gave his debut on the professional scene in 2011 by joining the illustrious circle of players, who avoided Qualifying School and went directly to the PGA Tour after college. His regular top-10 finishes, and his latest tied third place at the 2017 CareerBuilder Challenge demonstrate Bud’s extraordinary talent and continuous progression to the top of the game.

DARREN CLARKE

Darren is one of the world's best known golfers and has won many fans with his passionate play and dedicated approach to the game. This Northern Irishman with his strong personality has been a professional for more than 25 years. Darren won The Open Championship in 2011 and also dedicated 2 years to captain Europe's Ryder Cup team at Hazeltine in 2016.

Paul Dunne

The youngster from Dublin, Ireland burst onto the golfing scene in 2015 when he led The Open Championship at St Andrews after 54 holes, the youngest amateur in 88 years to do so. Paul previously played for the University of Alabama at Birmingham, twice earning NCAA All American honors, and was named the 2014 Conference USA Golfer of the year. He now plays on the European Tour and won his maiden title at the 2017 British Masters.

BRANDEN GRACE

Born in South Africa in 1988, Branden’s golfing birth was recorded in 2012, the year he secured his first 4 European Tour titles, all in one season. In 2015, Branden played for the win in two Majors and illustrated himself as a formidable team player during the Presidents Cup scoring 5 points out of 5. In April 2016, Branden claimed his first PGA Tour victory, to comfortably sit within the world best players. At The Open Championship in 2017 the South African put his name into the history books by becoming the first male player to score 62 in a Major.

Emiliano Grillo

Emiliano has that touch of style that only Argentinians possess and is unquestionably part of the future of international golf. Emiliano had just joined the elite of the PGA Tour in October 2015 when he made a name for himself. His incredible drive and competitor’s mentality enabled this young Argentinian to win his very first tournament as PGA Tour member, the Frys.com Open in California and to be named PGA Tour Rookie of the Year.

Tyrrell Hatton

This passionate and exciting player from England came onto the European Tour in 2014 and stormed to the top of the game since. After is first European Tour win at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in 2016, the 26-year old defended the title in 2017 and confirmed his strength with a third win the following week.

Miguel Angel Jiménez

Miguel Angel is an iconic figure in golf circles and one of the most charismatic players on the fairways. Since turning 50 years old, Miguel decided to split his time between the European Tour, where he won 21 times , and the Champions Tour in the USA, where he already recorded 4 victories.

Andrew Johnston

Affectionately referred to as “Beef”, Andrew won the Challenge Tour Rankings in 2014 and made his European Tour breakthrough last April when he won the Open de España. The man with the big beard and bigger personality catches headlines with his entertaining interviews and has become a cult-like figure at tour events, with huge crowd followings.

Romain Langasque

Born in 1995, Romain is the latest French talent in golf. His art of the game combines power and precision. After winning The Amateur Championship in 2015, he made the cut in his first ever Major participation at The Open in 2015 and not only became the first French amateur player to pass the cut at the 2016 Masters, but he also shot a 68, 4-under par, on the last day. He is currently playing on the Challenge Tour.

Renato Paratore

Renato’s golfing talent appears boundless, without the slightest exaggeration. In 2014, as a 17 year old, he enjoyed a stunning string of successes, winning five events as an amateur, including the gold medal at the Youth Olympic Games in China. He joined the European Tour at the end of that year and six months later became the first player to score a four on each of the 18 holes at the Open de France. In June 2017, the young Italian claimed his maiden European Tour title at the Nordea Masters.

Ian Poulter

The term “unique” may well have been invented to describe him. Endowed with a free, independent spirit, Ian Poulter is the most active golfer on the social networks. Known for wearing outfits that are both unorthodox and exceptionally elegant, this Englishman, with his highly personal sense of refinement, makes a consistently strong impression on all who see him.

Xander Schauffele

Born in 1993, the young Californian represents the new generation of golfers and is certainly one of the rising talents to watch. Xander topped off an extraordinary rookie season on the PGA Tour with winning the TOUR Championship as the first rookie to do so. He turned heads at the 2017 U.S. Open, where he finished T5th and recorded his maiden PGA Tour victory at the Greenbier Classic. For sure, there is a lot more to come for this talented young player who has the strength to rise to the top of the game.

Vijay Singh

Vijay Singh's track record speaks for itself, with 60 professional wins, including 34 on the PGA Tour, 32 weeks at the number one spot and three Majors to his credit. A native of Fiji, Vijay Singh was given his golf initiation by his father at a very young age, turned professional in 1982, and has lost nothing of his passion for the game ever since. Appointed a goodwill ambassador by the Fijian government in 2005, he entered into the family of Audemars Piguet ambassadors that same year.

Henrik Stenson

Since his early days on the professional tour in 1999, this man of good taste and pinpoint precision – who probably has the world’s most effective iron play – has racked up an impressive list of achievements. The ever-elegant Swede with nerves of steel marked history by becoming the Champion Golfer of the Year 2016 at Royal Troon!

Andy Sullivan

Andy’s rise to the top level of the game was meteoric over the last couple of years. The Englishman enjoyed a magnificent 2015 season, during which he won his first three European Tour titles, highlighted by a nine stroke victory at the Portugal Masters in October. Thanks to his consistency, he obtained an automatic selection for the 2016 Ryder Cup.

Peter Uihlein

In 2012, this young American atypically chose to join the European Tour and quickly revealed his talent and the length of his drives. It proved extremely judicious a year later, when he won his first professional title in Portugal. Peter received the prestigious “Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the 2013 Year” award, becoming the first American to do so.

Matt Wallace

After six victories on the Alps Tour in 2016 and his first European Tour title at the Open de Portugal in 2017, the 27-year old rookie proved his strength by winning the Indian Open in March 2018. With this second win the outstanding talent from England broke into the top-100 of the Official World Golf Ranking.

Lee Westwood

Certain golfers will mark history. Lee Westwood is amongst them. Consistently excellent, this Englishman has been victorious on every continent on the globe, building his exceptional career step by step. Lee was elected Player of the Year in 1998, 2000, 2009 and enjoyed the ultimate honour of becoming No 1 in the world at the end of 2010.

Bernd Wiesberger

If a player ever personified the ideal profile of a modern golfer, it would probably be Bernd. His powerful style, easy manner and dedication have helped him make spectacular progress. In April 2015, Bernd became the first Austrian to take part in all four Majors. In July 2015, he won the Open de France and firmly established himself in the World Top 50. In 2017, Austria’s most successful golfer on the European Tour to date, claimed his fourth Tour victory at the Shenzen International.

Danny Willett

Danny symbolizes the revival of British golf, combining controlled power and great technique. Since December 2014, this elegant young man demonstrated the whole array of his talents. He won 4 European Tour tournaments before clinching The Masters in Augusta in April 2016, his first Major triumph.

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ME AND MY GOLF

To break the rules, you must first master them.

Over the last years, Me and My Golf, also known as British PGA Professionals Piers Ward and Andy Proudman, made a name for themselves as world-class golf content creators and global social media influencers.

The world number one golf youtubers provide their audience with the perfect mix of information and excitement covering golf advice and tips as well as challenge-based, fun content.