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Céline Boutier is a French professional golfer on both the LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour. Boutier holds two LPGA Tour victories, and three Ladies European Tour victories since turning professional in 2016. Her win at the 2019 ISPS Handa Vic Open ended a long drought for French players, where she became the first female pro from France to win since 2003. She is a two-time member of the European Solheim Cup team, helping them to victories in both 2019 (where she was undefeated) and 2021, and represented France at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Sam Burns joined the PGA TOUR in 2019 after an impressive year on the Korn Ferry Tour, and is one of the fastest growing names in golf. Burns is a four-time PGA TOUR champion, with his first win at just 24 years old at the Valspar Championship. Burns defended his title at the 2022 Valspar Championship where he won for the second time. His most recent win occurred at the Charles Schwab Challenge where he was given a less than 10% chance of victory. Sam and his wife Caroline reside in Louisiana, where Burns is a native of Shreveport, Louisiana and was a member of the Louisiana State University golf team.
Patrick Cantlay of Long Beach, California is a seven-time winner on the PGA TOUR. Cantlay enters the 2022 season after an impressive 2021 season, where he won four times, was the 2021 PGA TOUR FedExCup Champion and earned the Jack Nicklaus Award as the PGA TOUR Player of the Year. Later that year, Cantlay represented the United States at the 2020 Ryder Cup, making his first appearance in the event and helping lead the team to an impressive victory over the Europeans. Most recently, Cantlay brought in his first exciting win of 2022 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Harris English is a four-time PGA TOUR champion, with his latest victory coming at the Travelers Championship after an eight-hole playoff. English made his debut in 2021 on the US Ryder Cup team, aiding in the team’s runaway win. The former Georgia Bulldog now resides on the Golden Isles of Sea Island, Georgia where he enjoys hunting, fishing, and supporting his alma matter.
Georgia Hall is an English professional golfer who plays on both the LPGA and Ladies European Tour. Joining the LPGA Tour as a rookie in 2018, Hall won her first major at the 2018 Ricoh Women’s British Open at Royal Lytham. At the 2020 Cambia Portland Classic, Hall claimed her second victory in a playoff, winning with par on the second extra hole. Hall represented the European Solheim Cup team at the 2017, 2019 and 2021 events, earning 4 points from 4 matches in Europe’s 2019 victory. Georgia had her most recent win at the Aramco Ladies International with an impressive five-shot victory.
Max Homa is a four-time PGA TOUR champion, with his most recent victory at the Wells Fargo Championship in Potomac, Maryland where his putting skill shined through. We’re excited to watch Max’s charismatic personality featured on the upcoming PGA TOUR Netflix documentary ‘Inside the Ropes’ which will air later this year. A native of Valencia, California, Homa currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife, Lacey and his yellow lab, Scotty.
Danielle Kang holds an impressive career, including a successful amateur career winning the U.S. Women’s Amateur, twice. Kang is a six-time LPGA Tour Champion, including a Major Championship at the 2017 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. After actively working on her game throughout the offseason, Danielle began her 2022 season with a three-shot victory at the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions, the first event of the season. Danielle’s proven resume includes multiple appearances on behalf of the United States, including a three-time member of the USA Solheim Cup and represented the United States in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Her hobbies outside of golf include listening to and playing music, reading, and if she wasn't on the LPGA Tour, she would have been an actress, lawyer or a marine biologist.
Noelle Lambert is a record-breaking para-athlete in track and field. Following a standout freshman lacrosse season at UMass Lowell, Lambert suffered a life-changing injury, resulting in the amputation of her left leg above the knee. Lambert was determined to get back to the field, and she returned to lacrosse just 18 months later. After graduation, she switched from lacrosse to track and field for the U.S. Paralympic National Team. Not one to be satisfied with being a world-class para-athlete in one sport, Noelle decided to venture into snowboarding in March, 2021. By November 2021, she was competing at the Europa Cup in Landgraaf, The Netherlands. She has her sight set on competing in the 2026 Winter Paralympics in Italy.
Min Woo Lee is an Australian professional golfer playing primarily on the DP World Tour. Lee is quickly on the rise; following a successful amateur career, Lee turned professional in 2019 and has since won two events. His first victory occurred at the 2020 ISPS Handa Vic Open. In July 2021, Lee won a three-way playoff at the Abrdn Scottish Open, beating the strongest field in tournament history. Lee holds a Guinness World Record title for the ‘Fastest hole of golf by a team of four’ achieved at Real Club Valderrama in 2021.
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