Brandel Chamblee won one PGA Tour tournament and approximately $4 million during his 15 years as a professional golfer. His best performance in a Major was T18 in the 1999 Masters. He missed the cut in 8 of 14 Majors he played in.
Brandel Chamblee was born on the 2nd of July 1962 St. Louis, Missouri.
He graduated from the University of Texas and turned pro in 1985.
Chamblee's single PGA Tour victory came at the 1998 Greater Vancouver Open.
In addition to his single PGA Tour win Chamblee also managed a win on the secondary tour, known at the time as the Ben Hogan Tour, and two wins on lesser tours.
Brandel is now a commentator and writer.
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