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Ryan Brehm Biography – Ryan Brehm Wiki
Ryan Brehm is an American professional golfer. He played on PGA Tour Canada in 2014 and 2015. His best finish was tied for second at the 2015 Great Waterway Classic. He played on the Web.com Tour in 2016, winning the final regular season event, the WinCo Foods Portland Open at the Witch Hollow Course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club. The $144,000 winner’s check moved him from No. 30 on the money list to No. 4 and secured him a PGA Tour card for 2017.
Ryan was named the 2004 Michigan High School Mr. Golf. He played college golf at Michigan State University from 2004-08. A Mt. Pleasant, Mich., native, Ryan helped guide Michigan State to three Big Ten Championships (2005, 2007 and 2008) and was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year in 2005. He won five individual NCAA tournament titles over four year and his currently the career scoring average leader at MSU.
In 2008, his senior season, he earned honorable mention All-American honors by the Golf Coaches Association of America, having led the Spartans to their second-straight Big Ten title. His final year stroke average of 72.59 is the fourth lowest in MSU history.
Ryan was a four-time member of the All-Big Ten teams, having been a first-team selection as a sophomore and senior, and a second-team choice as a freshman and junior. In addition, he placed second at the Big Ten Championship three times and was a three-time selection to the Division I PING All-Midwest Region Team.
He ended his Michigan State career with five individual titles, including a school-record four as a senior, and a scoring average of 73.30, both program records. He also holds the Spartan records for 18-hole score (64, twice) and 72-hole score (203).
On August 10, 2010, Ryan was hired as an assistant coach for the Michigan State men’s golf program.
“I couldn’t be any more excited about Ryan coming back to help lead the Spartan golf program,” said MSU head coach Sam Puryear. “Not only was Ryan our best player, but he was also the hardest working player and was tremendous in the classroom. That combination will be a great role model for our guys, as they continue their pursuit to be the best and play at the next level.”
“I would like to welcome Ryan back to the Michigan State athletic department,” said MSU athletic director Mark Hollis. “I have the highest expectations of both the men’s and women’s golf programs. Ryan’s Michigan roots and tremendous success as a student-athlete, in addition to his current professional experience, will be a great asset to Michigan State golf for a long time.”
Ryan Brehm Age
He was born on April 5, 1986 in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.
Ryan Brehm Parents
Ryan Brehm was born to parents, Mike and Debra Brehm.
Ryan Brehm Family
Ryan lists his family as his biggest golf influence since they taught him what he knows. His sister, Natalie Brehm, is a former Women’s Michigan State Amateur champion. Natalie was born on Sept. 2, 1988. She finished her Michigan State career with a 79.25 scoring average (4,200 strokes in 53 rounds).
In 2019, Natalie won the Michigan Women’s Amateur title when she beat Christine Meier of Rochester Hills, 4 & 3, in the tournament finals at St. Clair River Country Club. She won the Michigan Women’s Amateur title three years after her brother, Ryan, took home the men’s state amateur title. Natalie and Ryan became the first siblings to both win state amateur titles.
Ryan Brehm Wife
Is Ryan Brehm married? The golfer is married to his wife Chelsey Brehm. They met in 2007 at Michigan State University. Ryan married his wife Chelsey Brehm in 2015.
“She’s never going to get enough credit for what she does,” Ryan said in a past media interview. “She takes care of everything we do other than golf.”
Chelsey handles unexpected problems that arise, takes care of tickets for friends and family, caddies, packs the snacks and makes sure flights are taken care of weeks ahead of time. Not that Ryan is incapable, but her work gives him less to worry about.
Ryan Brehm Height
He stands at a height of 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) and weighs 220 lb (100 kg; 16 st).
Ryan Brehm Net Worth
Ryan Brehm’s net worth is estimated to be $3 million. The bulk of his net worth is from endorsements and sponsorships. He has sponsorship deals worth millions with Srixon and Delta Dental among others. He has earned $1,534,833 in career earnings.
Ryan Brehm Career Earnings
Ryan has earned $1,534,833 in career earnings.