4/11: Leaders of the New School


The 22-year-old went from hanging Tiger Woods posters up on his bedroom wall to competing against him in the PGA Tour in 2011.  Last December, Bramlett became the first African-American in 25 years to move forward in the PGA Tour’s qualifying school.  This isn’t the first noteworthy achievement the young golfer has made. He also became the youngest to qualify for the US Amateur in 1992 at age 14. Woods even sent a shout-out to Bramlett, tweeting: “Congrats to Joe Bramlett for making it through Q school. Amazing feat considering he sat out a whole year with wrist injury. Can’t wait to play with him next season.”

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