Athalonz Athletes

Bernhard Langer
Langer is a two-time Masters champion who has consistently been one of the top golfers in the world throughout his career. He has recorded 42 wins on the European Tour (2nd all-time) and sits among the current leaders on the PGA Tour Champions, where he has been one of the most successful performers since he turned 50.  He has won a record 11 senior major championships, including completing the career Senior Grand Slam (five senior major championships at least once).  His career wins include the 2010, 2014, 2017 and 2019 Senior Open Championship, the 2010 U.S. Senior Open, the 2016 and 2017 Regions Tradition, the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Constellation Senior Players Championship, and the 2017 Senior PGA Championship.  Langer won his first Masters in 1985 by two strokes.  His won for a second time in 1993 by four strokes.  In 2020, Langer became the oldest player – at 63 years of age – to make the cut.  He has also finished as the runner-up at The Open Championship in both 1981 and 1984.
 
Ken Duke
Duke became a professional golfer in 1994, beginning his career by playing around the world on the Asian Tour, South American Tour and Canadian Tour.  In 2006, he held the top spot on the Nationwide Tour money list, earning a spot on the 2007 PGA Tour, where he had four consecutive top 10 finishes.  He also won the 2011 Nationwide Tour Championship.  In 2013, he won the Travelers Championship on the PGA Tour with a birdie on the second playoff hole and finished third at the 2016 Players Championship after posting an amazing 65 in the third round.

Fred Funk

Funk has been one of the most popular golfers on both the PGA and Champions tours during his entire golf career.  He had his first PGA victory in 1992 at the Shell Houston Open.  He would go on to win seven other PGA events including The Players Championship in 2005, the event’s oldest winner at 48 years of age.  Funk was a member of the U.S. teams for the 2003 and 2005 Presidents Cup and the 2004 Ryder Cup.  Upon turning 50 in 2006, he joined the Champions Tour while still remaining ranked in the top 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking.  He won his eighth career PGA Tour tournament in 2007, the fifth-oldest champion in PGA Tour history.  Funk is known as one of the most accurate players in golf history, holding the highest driving accuracy on the PGA Tour seven times over a 14-year period where he was in the top 5 an astounding 13 times.  He has gone on to win three major senior Champions Tour events with nine total overall victories.

  

Sandy Lyle

Lyle was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2012 after a stellar career with 30 professional wins, including two major championships.  He broke through on the global stage by winning The Open Championship in 1985 at Royal St George's Golf Club, the first British winner since 1969. That was the first of his six PGA Tour wins, including the 1987 Tournament Players Championship and the 1988 Phoenix Open. That same year, Lyle won the 1988 Masters with a memorable bunker shot on 18 to become Britain’s first winner of the prestigious event. He dominated European golf with 16 other tour wins.  Lyle was a member of five European Ryder Cup teams, from 1979 to 1987. He joined the Champions Tour and European Senior Tour in 2008 and went on to win the 2011 ISPS HANDA Senior World Championship in China.

  

Byron Meth

Meth currently plays on the Korn Ferry Tour.  He had the #2 ranked shot in 2019 with the rare albatross on his second shot playing the Par 5 15th hole at the Pinnacle Bank Championship.

 

Brittany Fan

Fan plays on the Symetra Tour, debuting in 2018. Collegiately, she was the second player in University of Colorado history to qualify for the NCAA Regionals in all four years and was a WGCA Honorable Mention All-American in 2018.  She qualified for the 2017 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship.

 

Summar Roachell

Roachell participates on the Symetra Tour, where she competed in a season-high 17 events in 2019. She was a standout at the University of Arkansas.

 

Torbjorn S.B. Johansen

Johansen, a native of Norway, had a stellar college career at Texas State University.  He advanced to final qualifying for the 2021 US Open and tied for low medalist.