ABOUT THE GOLFERS

I was born November 7, 1995 in Stanford, California, the oldest of four brothers (Dakota, Colt, and Scout). We all played ice hockey for the San Jose Jr. Sharks and competitive amateur golf.

I attended Stanford University from 2013-2017, earning a degree in Management Science and Engineering. While at Stanford, I set the school record for career scoring average (70.13), tied the school record for the number of individual wins (11), and spent 47 weeks as the world’s top-ranked amateur golfer. I also won the Fred Haskins, Ben Hogan, and Jack Nicklaus awards as collegiate player of the year, the Mark McCormack Medal as the world’s #1 amateur and the Byron Nelson award for golf, academics, and community service.

In 2017 I made my professional debut at the Safeway Open.  I earned my PGA Tour card on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2019, and made three top-10s on the 2019-2020 PGA Tour season en route to finishing 68th in the FedEx Cup standings.

My name is Brandon Wu and I’m from Scarsdale New York. I have been playing golf since I was a little kid, and now, I’m chasing my dreams as a professional. Two of my passions in life are education and sports, and I am constantly looking for ways to combine the two.

I started playing golf when I was about 7 years old. I played my college golf at Stanford, finishing 4th in Career Scoring Average at Stanford behind Maverick McNealy, Patrick Rodgers, and Tiger Woods, and culminating with an NCAA Championship my senior year. In 2019, I became the first amateur to qualify for the US Open and Open Championship since 1967! I missed my Stanford graduation to play the final round at the US Open received my diploma at Pebble Beach. I also won a team Gold Medal for Team USA at the Pan Am Games that summer, and was a part of the victorious US Walker Cup Team.

My family instilled the importance of education in me at a young age and I want to help all kids have access to the same academic opportunities I had, so everyone of them will be able to find their own passions.

MAVERICK'S GOALS FOR THE 2020-2021 PGA TOUR SEASON

GOALS FOR THE 2020-2021 PGA TOUR SEASON

400 BIRDIES AND REACH $1,000,000 FOR EDUCATION

RAISED SO FAR

$470,445.00+

$ PER BIRDIE

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BIRDIES

Maverick’s ROAD AHEAD

Bermuda Championship

October 29-November 1, 2020, Southampton Parish, Bermuda
The Bermuda Championship debuted in October/November 2019 as part of the PGA Tour's 2020 season. The tournament is played at the Par-71, 6,842-yard Port Royal Golf Course, was designed by Robert Trent Jones and opened in 1970. The design had to be changed several times initially due to land agreements. However the rerouting led to the creation of a world-famous, and much-photographed spectacular 16th hole--the tee and green of which perch precariously on cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Houston Open

November 5-8, 2020, Houston, TX
2020 is the first year the Houston Open will be played at the newly renovated Memorial Park Municipal Golf Course after the tournament was held at the Golf Club of Houston for many years. The course was built near the hospital at Camp Logan for use by convalescent soldiers (1912). The Houston Astros committed $34 million dollars to renovate the outdated Memorial Park Municipal Golf Course and the Par-72, 7,309-yard course was redesigned with input from golfer Brooks Koepka.

The RSM Classic


The RSM Classic
November 19-22, 2020, Saint Simons Island, GA
Cultivated by Davis Love III and Mark Love, the RSM Classic debuted in October 2010 on Saint Simons Island, Georgia at the Sea Island Golf Club. Since 2015, the tournament is played on two courses: Seaside (Par-70 / 7,005-yards, graced by majestic ocean vistas in the tradition of St. Andrews) and Plantation (Par-72 / 7,058-yards, which winds through marsh and forest).

Brandon’s ROAD AHEAD

Stay tuned!

Please watch this space for Brandon's 2020-2021 season schedule.

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Please watch this space for Brandon's 2020-2021 season schedule.

Stay tuned!

Please watch this space for Brandon's 2020-2021 season schedule.

2020-2021 PGA TOUR RESULTS

Maverick McNealy

DATE TOURNAMENT NAME POS SCORE TO PAR BIRDIES FEDEX CUP RANK
October 8, 2020 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open CUT 141 -1 5 94
October 1, 2020 Sanderson Farm Championship T17 276 -12 25 76
September 10, 2020 Safeway Open CUT 140 -4 7

2019-2020 KORN FERRY TOUR RESULTS

Brandon Wu

DATE TOURNAMENT NAME POS SCORE TO PAR BIRDIES KORN FERRY STANDING
October 8, 2020 Orange County National Championship T2 262 -22 25 4
October 1, 2020 Savannah Championship T10 271 -17 20 7
September 24, 2020 Wichita Open CUT 142 +2 4 7
September 17, 2020 US Open CUT 150 +10 5 6
August 27, 2020 Korn Ferry Championship ***1*** 270 -18 24 5
August 20, 2020 Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship T58 286 +2 12 48
August 13, 2020 Albertsons Boise Open T2 264 -20 26 41
August 6, 2020 Winco Foods Portland Open CUT 142 -1 10
July 30, 2020 Pinnacle Bank Championship T44 283 -1 17
July 23, 2020 Price Cutter Championship T9 272 -16 20
July 9, 2020 Workday Charity Open CUT 150 +6 6
February 9, 2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 38 285 -2 17

JOIN ME AS WE ADVANCE THE STATE OF EDUCATION

To kick off my first season on the PGA Tour, I want to do even more to move the ball forward in education. I’ve been incredibly fortunate in my education and I believe that every student should have the benefits of a high quality education. And that’s why I’m supporting Curriki.
Curriki makes it possible for students in underserved schools to have the same high quality curriculum as the most prestigious schools. In doing so, Curriki has reached an estimated 200 million students around the world for more than 10 years and I know they’ll be able to make an even bigger impact on learning in the years to come.
I’ve been volunteering with Curriki since I was in high school, so it’s an organization that is very special to me.
Please join me in Birdies for Education!

Maverick

ABOUT BIRDIES FOR EDUCATION

Making a Difference in Education One Putt at a Time.

Birdies for Education was created in 2019 by PGA TOUR player Maverick McNealy to raise funds for education non-profit, Curriki.org.

Giving back. It’s what drives me to play my best game every time. Every kid deserves a solid, high-quality education and my fundraising campaign supports Curriki.org, a non-profit organization that is completely focused on making sure kids have opportunity to go anywhere and do anything they want in life. Even the PGA Tour.

In 2020, I am joined by fellow Stanford Alum, Brandon Wu.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION MATTERS

420Million Children

The estimated number of children worldwide who would be lifted out of poverty if provided with a proper secondary education

69Million Teachers

The estimated number of teachers needed to provide every child in the world a primary and secondary education.

1out of 10

The estimated number of young people on track to gain basic secondary-level skills

LET'S MAKE IT 10 OUT OF 10!

WAYS YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE

DONATE PER BIRDIE

You can pledge to donate for each birdie I make during the season at one of the 3 levels below.

NAME YOUR PLEDGE

You can pledge to donate for each birdie I make during the season at an amount of your choice.

ONE TIME DONATIONS

You can make a one-time donation as often as you would like, for the amount of your choice.

Maverick McNealy’s SPONSORS

CONTACT

PETER WEBB
For inquiries please contact Maverick's Agent

Email: peter@p3sportsreps.com
Phone: 949-929-1498

PETER WEBB
For inquiries please contact Maverick's Agent

Email: peter@p3sportsreps.com | Phone: 949-929-1498

HANK YATES
For inquiries please contact Brandon's Agent

Email: hank.yates@octagon.com
Phone: 1-480-567-2226

HANK YATES
For inquiries please contact Brandon's Agent

Email: hank.yates@octagon.com | Phone: 1-480-567-2226