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HealthChannels & CareThrough Golf Brand Ambassadors
HealthChannels Brand Ambassador, Lucas Glover, was born in Greenville, SC and displayed great talent for golf at an early age while attending Wade Hampton High School in Greenville, where he received several major amateur golf victories. Glover turned pro in 2001 after graduating from Clemson University, where he received a bachelor's in speech communication. While attending Clemson, he broke several records, including lowest total score for a 54-hole event (201) and low stroke average by a junior (71.24).
Glover joined the Nationwide Tour in 2002, making 7 of 12 cuts while recording two top-10 finishes and five top-25 finishes in his rookie season. Glover became a member of the PGA in 2004 and is best known for winning the 2009 U.S. Open, a win that launched him from No. 71 to No. 18 in the world rankings, and won his third PGA tournament at the 2011 Wells Fargo Championship.
Glover credits his grandfather, Dick Hendley, Clemson Hall of Fame member and former (1951) NFL Pittsburgh Steeler, for giving him his start in golf, as well as his passion for the sport. Off the course, Glover enjoys reading, music, fishing and is a passionate Clemson Tigers sports fan.
Jaye Marie Green began playing golf at the age of 11. As an amateur, she won the 2011 South Atlantic Amateur (Sally) Championship. At the close of her amateur career, Jaye Marie was ranked #1 American in the World Golf Rankings.
In 2013, Jaye Marie shot a record-breaking 29-under at LPGA Q-school and earned her full status on the LPGA tour.
Green is in her fourth year on the LPGA tour and has recorded numerous Top 20s and three Top 10s.
Golfers at our 2016 HealthChannels Charity Golf Tournament got the chance to test their skills against Jaye Marie. She served as our pro on the hole 15 Beat the Pro competition at Trump National Doral, helping us raise funds for four great veteran charities.
Born in Switzerland, Dani Holmqvist started playing golf at the age of two. She moved to the U.S. to play college golf for Tulane University. She later transferred to U.C. Berkeley to play for the California Golden Bears, helping the team win the 2012 Pac-12 Championship.
In 2014, Dani played ten events on the LPGA tour. In 2015, she won the Island Resort Championship and have five additional top 10 finishes on the Symmetry Tour. She secured her 2016 LPGA membership by finishing fifth on the Symetra Tour’s Volvik Race for the Card money list. In 2016, she competed in 18 LPGA Tour events with four cuts made.
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