Brad will mark his ninth year on the Nationwide Tour in 2012. So far he has notched three victories in the tour: Wichita Open (1999), Inland Empire Open (1999) and Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open (2007). Brad's professional career began in 1998 after playing collegiate golf at the University of Texas, where he won the Fred Haskins and Jack Nicklaus Awards as college player of the year. As a regular on the PGA TOUR from 2000-03, Brad earned over $1.5 million with career-best finishes of T2 at the SEI Pennsylvania Classic and 3rd at the Southern Farm Bureau Classic. His best finish on the Nationwide Tour in 2012 is a T7 at the Chile Classic Presented by Pacific Rubiales.
He is an avid sports fan and enjoys watching all types of sports when he's not working on his golf swing. He got his start in golf from his father.
With his trademark fu Manchu mustache, his long hair and his large physique (6'2", 210 lbs.) it's hard not to notice Andres at tournaments amongst all the other tour pros out there. For most of his professional career Andres has played on the Canadian Tour and has spent time playing events on the Gateway Tour, Butch Harmon Tour and the AG Spanos Tour. Before earning his card for 2011, Andres played in three PGA Tour events – making the cut in all three career starts, most recently at the 2009 RBC Canadian Open.
In 2012 Gonzales captured his first Nationwide Tour victory at the Soboba Golf Classic. He also participated in the HP Byron Nelson Championship where he tied for 19th.
Andres played collegiate golf at UNLV and is still a big fan of the Runnin' Rebels. Got his start in golf from his mother. Andres supports charities that benefit pancreatic cancer research and cure.
Having won the Chile Classic Presented by Pacific Rubiales, Paul Haley II currently ranks first on the Nationwide Tour Money List, while also finishing second at the Mexico Open Presented by Banamex.
He graduated from Georgia Tech in 2011 with a degree in Business Management, and turned professional in 2011. His dream foursome includes his father, Jack Nicklaus, and Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton. Paul’s favorite pro teams include the three Dallas based teams: the Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers, and the Dallas Mavericks.
Born in Alexander City, Alabama, Lee Williams turned professional after having graduated from Auburn University in 2005. In June 2012, he won the Mexico Open Presented by Banamex for his first career Nationwide Tour Victory. Lee Williams says that his dream foursome would include Ben Hogan, Tiger Woods, and Warren Buffet. He got his start in golf when his dad cut down one on his clubs for him to use. Favorite sports teams include the Auburn Tigers and the Dallas Cowboys.