Men Tour Professionals

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    Stewart Cink

    Stewart Cink is an American golfer born in Huntsville, Alabama on May 21st, 1973. Cink attended Georgia Tech between 91'-95', majoring in Management. In 1995, Cink turn pro. Early in his professional career, he had several victories in 1996 on the Korn Ferry Tour, winning NIKE Ozarks Open, NIKE Colorado Classic, NIKE TOUR Championship. Other notable PGA Tour Victories include: 97' Canon Greater Hartford Open, 04' MCI Heritage and World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational, 09' The Open Championship, and 21' Safeway Open and RBC Heritage. He and his wife, Lisa, reside in Atlanta with their two children, Connor and Reagan.
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    Billy Andrade

    Billy Andrade is an American golfer born in Bristol, Rhode Island on January 25th, 1964. Andrade attended Wake Forest University from 83'-87' majoring in Sociology.In 1987, Andrade turned pro and joined the PGA Tour in 88'. In his early career on the PGA Tour, Andrade won the Kemper Open where he defeated Jeff Sluman, the Buick Classic in 91', and the Invensys Classic at Las Vegas in 00'. Other notable career victories include: 15' Boeing Classic and Charles Schwab Cup Championship as well as the CVS Health Charity Classic three years in a row (17'-19'). Andrade has an Atlanta and Bristol residence with his wife, Jody, and their two children: Cameron and Grace.
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    James Clark

    James Clark is an American golfer born in Columbus, Georgia and attended Brookstone Private School. Clark followed in his uncle and father’s footsteps by attending their alma mater, Georgia Tech. Clark played for all but six events in his career at Georgia Tech, averaged 72.28 strokes over 18 rounds, and posted a .547 winning percentage head-to-head. Clark studied Business Administration and remained on the Academic Honor Roll all five years until graduating in May 2019. Clark also turned pro in 2019. In his free time, Clark enjoys fishing, hunting, dirt-bike riding and spending time on the lake.
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    Noah Norton

    Noah Norton is an American golfer from Chico, California where he attended Pleasant Valley High school. He began playing golf at five years old when his grandfather gave him his first set of clubs. Norton is a two-time All-ACC performer who was part of the Tech lineup for all but one event in his career. Norton held a strong 71.71 stroke average in 101 career rounds, which is 8th-best in Tech history. Norton qualified for the U.S. Amateur at Oakmont and tied for eighth place at the Northeast Amateur. He graduated in May 2021 with a bachelor’s in business administration. In his free time, Norton enjoys working out, table tennis and basketball.
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    Chris Petefish

    Chris Petefish is an American golfer born on May 31, 1995 in Danville, California and attended Scottsdale Christian Academy. Petefish attended Georgia Tech studying business administration and was named an All-America Scholar in 2017 and 2018 by the Golf Coaches Association of America. Petefish assisted the Georgia Tech golf team win the team title at the 2018 ACC Championship. He graduated in 2018 and turned pro. Petefish was on the Mackenzie Tour in 2019 and 2020, 2021 Korn Ferry Tour, and is scheduled for the 2022 Korn Ferry tour. He lives in Cumming, Georgia where he enjoys being outdoors.
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    Andy Ogletree

    Andy Ogletree is a professional American golfer born on April, 3 1998 in Little Rock, Mississippi and attended Union High School. Andy Ogletree attended Georgia Tech where he graduated early in 2020 with a degree in Business Management. Ogletree was Georgia Tech’s first Mississippi player and was top-ranked player in the state of Mississippi. A major accomplishment of Ogletree was winning the 2019 U.S. Amateur Championship. Ogletree finished his amateur career No. 4 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking and No. 4 in the Golfweek Amateur Ranking. Ogletree turned pro in 2020. Summer of 2021, he had hip surgery and underwent months of rehab. Ogletree came back strong, playing on the GPro Tour, winning the 2021 Gaston Championship. Ogletree is also a part of the 2022 Korn Ferry Tour and played at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
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    Vincent Whaley

    Vince Whaley is a professional golfer born on March 14th, 1995, in Lexington, Kentucky and grew up in McKinney, Texas. Whaley was introduced to the game after attending a summer golf camp. He attended Georgia Tech where he studied Financial Management. He Made the ACC Academic Honor Roll each year and graduated in 2017. Whaley turned pro in 2017 and joined the Korn Ferry Tour in 2019 where he Earned PGA TOUR membership by finishing No. 25 on the Korn Ferry Tour. Whaley’s 2021 season he Collected five top-25s in 27 starts and finished the season No. 140 in the FedExCup standings. Vince lives in Atlanta and has a true passion for the stock market and financial management.
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    Ollie Schniederjans

    Ollie Schniederjans is an American golfer born on June 15th, 1993, in Dallas, Texas. He grew up in Powder Springs, Georgia and attended Harrison High School. Schniederjans attended Georgia Tech and was on the ACC Academic Honor Roll five times as well as being named Tech’s outstanding male student-athlete across all sports for the 2013-2014 year. Schniederjans graduated in 2015 with a degree in Business Management. He turned pro in 2015 and has been an active golfer on the Korn Ferry Tour participating in the 2016, 2019, 2020-21, and 2022 seasons. Schniederjans won the Air Capital Classic in 2016 while on the Korn Ferry Tour. He joined the PGA tour in 2017. Most recently in 2021, he finished 3rd in the Bermuda Championship at Port Royal Golf Course. Ollie resides in Alpharetta and is a big fan of Tom Brady and The Patriots.