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Brandon Hagy’s Journey to the PGA TOUR

Brandon Hagy​ grew up in Westlake Village, California where he attended Westlake High School. A graduate of U.C. Berkeley, Brandon has excelled both on and off the course. While attending the prestigious Haas School of Business, he earned first-team Academic All-America honors and was the 2014 Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year.

While at Berkeley, Hagy was a three-time All-American and four-time individual medalist with 18 top five showings and 22 finishes inside the top ten. He represented the United States in his final amateur event at the 2014 Palmer Cup, ranked as the No. 6 amateur in the world.

His final collegiate campaign earned him the Byron Nelson Award, consensus first-team All-American honors, All-Nicklaus Team, national semifinalist for The Ben Hogan Award, Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year and Tom Hansen Pac-12 Conference Medal. Hagy also added first-team Academic All-America honors and was an All-Region, first-team All-Pac-12 and three-time Pac-12 All-Academic selection.

Hagy joined the Tour in 2016 where he finished 19th on the money list, earning him full status on the PGA TOUR. During his 2017 rookie year on TOUR, Hagy quickly established himself as one of the longest hitters on the TOUR by finishing the season ranked 3rd in driving distance. Hagy advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs and finished the season ranked #113 in the FedExCup standings behind 17 made cuts and a T5 finish at the RBC Canadian Open.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Venture County.

Brandon’s on and off the course experiences including family, education and community volunteerism have helped to shape his charitable vision. Brandon supports Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County which has served youth throughout his home community region for more than 45 years. Its mission is to “provide all children facing adversity with professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.” This unique community-based mentoring program matches “Bigs” with “Littles” who meet 2-4 hours, 2-4 times per month. This personal relationship helps Littles succeed in school, stay away from drugs and gangs, and pursue their individual goals. 89% of Littles in the program report higher self-esteem, while 98% of Littles graduate from high school on-time and are 90% more likely to enroll in college. Littles in the program for one year are 75% more likely to obtain a bachelor’s degree.