Beau Hossler

Beau Hossler is an American professional golfer from Rancho Santa Margarita, California. Hossler was only 17 years old when he qualified for his second consecutive U.S. Open, finishing tied for 29th in the 2012 U.S. Open. He had held the outright lead midway through the second round. In 2016, after three years of college golf at University of Texas, Hossler turned professional. In April 2018, Hossler lost in a sudden-death playoff at the Houston Open to Ian Poulter. He was co-leader after 54 holes and led the tournament by a stroke on the final hole, before Poulter birdied to force a playoff. On the first extra hole, Hossler hit his bunker shot into the water, resulting in a triple bogey to lose the playoff. This was still Hossler’s best result on the PGA Tour to date. Hossler is proudly sponsored by Konica Minolta, Adidas and Taylormade and wears the Konica Minolta on his left sleeve.