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Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri
Resides: Bucyrus, Kansas
39 PGA TOUR wins
8 Major Championships
5 Open Championships
1 U.S. Open
PGA TOUR Player of the Year 6 times
14 Champions TOUR wins
Elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1988
Ryder Cup Captain of the victorious 1993 Ryder Cup Team
2014 American Ryder Cup Team captain
MasterCard ambassador since 1996
Tom graduated from Stanford University in 1971 with a degree in psychology. He joined the PGA TOUR® in 1972, the Champions Tour in 1999, the European Seniors Tour in 2011, and is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Tom is one of the most enduring professional golfers to ever play the game.
Resides: Orlando, Florida
LPGA TOUR Career Wins: 72
Ladies European Tour Career Wins: 17
Annika attended the University of Arizona, where she was the 1991 NCAA Co-Player of the Year on her way to becoming 1991 NCAA Champion. Her success continued the following year when she became the Pac-10 Champion and NCAA All-American.
In 1994, Annika had 3 Top-10 finishes and a 2 nd place finish at the Weetabix Women’s British Open on her way to winning Rookie of the Year
In 1995, Annika won the U.S. Open and became the second player ever to win the Player of the Year after winning Rookie of the Year, the previous year. Annika went on to win 7 more Player of the Year honors throughout her career.
Annika’s success was also on the European Tour where she claimed Rookie of the Year in 2003 and was Player of the Year twice. Annika was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2003.
The ANNIKA Foundation was founded by Annika to provide opportunities in women’s golf at all levels while teaching the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.
Annika joined the Mastercard team this year as one of the newest Mastercard Ambassadors.
Resides: Bangalore, India
Professional Wins: 18
European Tour Wins: 2
Asian Tour Wins: 7
Lahiri made his mark in 2015 when he captured two victories on the European Tour at the Maybank Malaysian Open and the Hero Indian Open. Capitalizing on his European Tour success, Anirban finished 5th in the 2015 PGA Championship. To polish off his successful 2015 campaign, Lahiri became the first Indian golfer to be named to the Presidents Cup team in 2015.
Lahiri has been a Mastercard Ambassador since 2015 .
Birthplace: Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Resides: Lake Nona, Florida
PGA TOUR Career Wins: 2
European TOUR Wins: 12
Ian attended the Hertfordshire School in England before joining the European Tour in 1999. Through his golf and various charitable efforts, Ian has become one of the most recognized names on the PGA TOUR.
Ian is heavily involved with Dreamflight which helps send 192 deserving children from all over the UK, to the US to spend 10 days in Florida to enjoy all of the fun and excitement.
Ian is known as one of the most feared competitors during the Ryder Cup, being a participant on Team Europe since 2004. Poulter has captured 12 wins and two half points from the 18 matches he has been a part of. In 2012 at Medinah, Team Europe trailed Team USA 10-4 on Saturday and it was Poulter who turned everything around sinking 5 birdies to close out the round powering Team Europe to the most incredible Ryder Cup comeback ever winning 14 ½ to 13 ½.
Ian has been a proud Mastercard ambassador since 2009.
Resides: Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada
LPGA TOUR Career Wins: 4
Total Career Wins: 9
Brooke won the Canadian Women’s Amateur in 2013 and finished runner-up at the 2014 U.S Women’s Amateur. While still an amateur, she won three events on the CN Canadian Women’s Tour and finished tied for 10th place in the U.S. Women’s Open at age 16. She won numerous amateur tournaments and was the top-ranked woman amateur golfer in the world before turning professional in December 2014.
In 2015, Brooke set a tournament record with her 36-hole score at the LPGA Tour’s Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic in April. Her second round 65 (−7) gave her 135 (−9), breaking the record set by Stacy Lewis in 2014 by three shots. Brooke finished third, one stroke behind Lydia Ko, the playoff winner, and runner-up Morgan Pressel.
At age 17, Brooke earned a Symetra Tour card after winning her first event as a professional, the Four Winds Invitational in Indian in June. She shot a final round 66 (−4), Henderson tied for fifth at the U.S. Women’s Open in July.
After Monday-qualifying for the Cambia Portland Classic in Oregon in August, Brooke won the event by eight shots, the largest victory margin on tour since 2012, and became the tour’s third-youngest winner. Henderson was only the second Monday qualifier to win on tour, and the first since 2000. She was also the first Canadian to win on the LPGA Tour since 2001 and was granted immediate LPGA Tour membership.
In 2016, Brooke won her first major championship, the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Sahalee Country Club near Seattle. Her final round 65 (−6) propelled her into a tie with top-ranked Lydia Ko, followed by a playoff which Brooke won with a birdie on the first hole. She became the youngest to win that major, the second-youngest in any women’s major, and the first Canadian to win a major in 48 years. It was Brooke’s second tour win, her first as a tour member and it moved her to second in the world rankings. With her win as defending champion at the Cambia Portland Classic in June, Brooke became only the third Canadian to win multiple LPGA events in the same season.
Brooke was a member of the Canadian Olympic Team for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro placing seventh.
Brooke joined the Mastercard team in February 2017 as one of the newest Mastercard Ambassadors and the first LPGA TOUR Ambassador.
Birthplace: Goldsboro, North Carolina
Resides: Houston, Texas
Professional Wins: 34
PGA TOUR Career Wins : 16
European Tour Wins: 4
PGA TOUR Champions Career Wins :2
Mark began his journey to the PGA TOUR by attending Long Beach State University where he played golf. During Mark’s storied career he won the 1998 Masters, and the 1998 Open Championship. He has also been victorious in the 1991 and 1999 Ryder Cup and the 1996 Presidents Cup.
Mark is heavily involved with the First Tee of Houston and also fundraises in honor of his long-time caddy and friend Donny Wanstall whom was diagnosed with MS during the 1994 PLAYERS Championship.
In 2015, Mark was inducted into the 2015 World Golf Hall of Fame Class
Mark has been a proud Mastercard ambassador since 2009.
Birthplace: Portrush, United Kingdom
Resides: Lake Nona, Florida
PGA TOUR Career Wins: 3
European TOUR Wins: 10
Graeme turned professional joining the European Tour after graduating with a degree in Industrial Distribution from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2002. Graeme was victorious at the 2000 and 2001 Arnold Palmer Cup.
Graeme has been a major contributor to Team Europe in the Ryder Cup, helping them defeat Team USA in 2010, 2012 and 2014. During his time on the PGA TOUR ,Graeme won the 2010 U.S. Open on his way to placing in the Top 12 in all four Majors. Building on his success in 2012, Graeme won the 2013 Volvo World Match Play and the RBC Heritage.
Graeme founded “The G-MAC Foundation” in 2011 with a mission to support children’s medical research in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and the United States. The foundation raises funds for research in children’s medicine.
Graeme has been a proud Mastercard ambassador since 2010.
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