Since turning pro in 2000, Aaron has won over $10 million in prize money with his steady play and frequent appearances on the leaderboard. Last season, he had six top-25 finishes, highlighted by a pair of top-10 finishes in May and July. But Aaron knows how to win too. He earned the second PGA TOUR victory of his career at the FBR Open in February 2007 where he closed with back-to-back, 7-under-par 64s to win by one stroke. His breakthrough win on tour came in 2006 at the Verizon Heritage Classic when he rallied to win with a six-foot putt on 18. Badds added to his International resume by claiming his first Australian Masters championship in November 2007. This was his fourth international victory, which includes two Australian Open titles. Aaron and his family moved from New Hampshire to Australia when he was just two-years old. Currently a resident of Scottsdale, Ariz., Aaron and his wife, Richelle, welcomed their first child, Jewell, in November 2008.
Chad is a four-time champion on the PGA Tour, including the TOUR Championship and the Bay Hill Invitational. He's also been a member of the U.S. Ryder Cup Team three times during his career, including the 2008 team in which he posted a 2-1-0 record helping the U.S. to a triumphant victory.
One of the more consistent players and better ball strikers on tour, Chad recorded three top-10 finishes during the 2009 season and made it to a final playoff twice—once at the Masters Tournament and once at the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Chad finished the 2009 season ranked ninth in Greens in Regulation percentage (69.19%).
Chad was born and raised in West Texas and now resides in the Fort Worth area with his wife, Amy. Campbell turned pro in 1996 after graduating from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and has played on the PGA Tour since 2001.
After finishing 9th on the 2011 Nationwide Tour Money List, Gary Christian made his 2012 PGA Tour debut at the Sony Open in Hawaii. The 40-year-old rookie has already had a long and successful career with over 30 wins on different mini tours around the globe including the Dakotas Tour, All-Star Emerald Coast Tour, DP Tour, Teardrop Tour and the Tight Lies Tour – he recently added two other wins to his resume coming on the Nationwide Tour that included last season's Mylan Classic. He also claimed three Top-10s and 10 Top-25s on the Nationwide Tour in 2011.
Gary was born in Carshalton, England and played collegiately at Auburn University, where he earned 2nd-team All-SEC honors in 1994. Gary turned pro in 1998 spent many years between mini tours before joining the Nationwide Tour in 2006, and that's where he's been ever since. He got his start in golf at the age of 3 with help from his Dad who cut down some hickory-shafted irons for him.
The son of a superintendent, Karlsson practically grew up on a golf course. At the age of 16 he won the Swedish Boys Championship and was selected to the Swedish National Team. This jump started his golf career and he turned professional the next year. Since that time, he has accomplished many things. He has won 11-times on the European Tour, and been selected to the European Ryder Cup team twice. He was also the first Swedish born player to win the European Tour Order of Merit (2008).
In 2011, he competed on both the PGA Tour and European Tour. He compiled 6 top-25 finishes in the US including finishing in a tie for fourth place at the PGA Championship. In Europe, he finished with 7 top-25 finishes including an 11th place finish in the season ending Dubai World Championship. He is currently ranked 26th in the World Golf Rankings..
Since turning pro in 2005, Ryan has won over $9 million in prize money and won once, all in his own fashion by often eschewing formal equipment and other sponsorships. In 2010, he had the best season of his career with 10 Top 25 finishes, highlighted by six Top 10 finishes, including a runner-up finish at the AT&T National tournament. His first PGA Tour victory came at the 2009 Wyndham Championship where he defeated two others in a sudden-death playoff. Before turning pro, Ryan had one of the most impressive seasons in the modern era of amateur golf. He captured multiple titles in 2004, including the U.S. Amateur, the the Western Amateur, the U.S. Amateur Public Links (also won in 2002) and the NCAA individual championship. Born and raised in Washington State, Ryan now splits his time between there and the Dallas area, where he recently purchased a home.
Steve earned his 2010 PGA TOUR card by finishing among the year's top-25 money winners on the Nationwide Tour in 2009. A second half surge during the 2009 season helped him return to the PGA Tour. Steve had made the cut in only six of his first 15 starts but rallied to make the cut in 10 of his last 11 starts. A final-round 72 was good enough to give him a tie for third at the season-ending Tour Championship, which helped him jump from No. 31 to No. 20 on the final money list. He finished 20th on the 2009 Nationwide Tour money list with eight top-25 showings. The two-time All-Big 10 selection played at Indiana University from 1998-2001.