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Rob Labritz    

Golf Professional on the PGA Tour Champions

Rob Labritz is a full-time touring golf professional on the PGA Tour Champions, a spokesperson for his sponsors, performance coach and a keynote speaker. He has a rare combination of skills that support his passion for golf and his ability to consistently win tournaments.

His 30-year journey from club professional to the PGA Tour features playing in majors and winning multiple titles and accolades. He finished as the low PGA Professional at both the 2019 and 2010 PGA Championships. He became a touring pro working as Director of Golf at the prestigious GlenArbor Golf Club, by winning the PGA Tour Champions Qualifying Tournament in 2021 with a closing-round of 64.

Labritz has successfully completed his first year on the PGA Tour Champions and continues to make his mark as one of the top PGA playing professionals in the US. His media appearances include CBS, Fox Sports, Yahoo Sports, The Golf Channel,, Golf Digest, USA Today, Golfweek, and more.

Labritz also has a growing product line: "The Rob Labritz Minute Video Series", "The Rob Labritz Performance Clinics", “Live from Rob Labritz” – a live on-site video series from Labritz’s 2023 PGA Tour Champions events, and an active keynote speaking business. Golfers describe Rob as "the most caring and giving guy around", and one of the best ball strikers they know. With his dedication to the game, hard work and his impressive list of accomplishments, Rob continues to inspire and benefit players, family, friends, fans, and his team.

He is passionate about helping others and actively supports the Family & Children’s Agency in Norfolk, CT

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Lessons Learned in the Rob Labritz, PGA Golf Journey for Success in the Corporate World.

I am Rob Labritz, and I am a PGA Tour Champions golf professional. I stand before you today as an example of how hard work, talent, and dedication can pay off.

My journey to the PGA Tour has not been easy, but it has been incredibly rewarding. For 30 years, I worked as a golf club professional, dedicating myself to the sport I love. And in 2021, I finally qualified for the PGA Tour.

But my journey didn't stop there. In 2022, I had a very good rookie year, and already this year, I've achieved a fourth-place finish at the Hoag Classic. And now, I'm playing alongside some of the greatest golfers of all time, including Ernie Els, Fred Couples, and Bernhard Langer.

But my journey isn't just about golf. It's about the lessons I've learned along the way. And I believe that these lessons can translate to success in the corporate world as well.

First and foremost, I've learned the importance of hard work. Golf is not an easy sport, and it takes countless hours of practice to master. And the same is true in the corporate world. Success is not handed to you on a silver platter. It takes hard work, dedication, and a willingness to put in the time and effort required to succeed.

But it's not just about working hard. It's also about having a passion for what you do. Golf has been my passion for as long as I can remember, and it's that passion that has kept me going through the tough times. And I believe that finding that same passion in your work can help you push through the tough times and achieve success.

Another important lesson I've learned is the value of perseverance. Golf is a game of ups and downs. One day, you might be playing the best round of your life, and the next day, you might be struggling to make par. But it's how you respond to those struggles that defines you. And the same is true in the corporate world. Success is not a straight line, and there will be obstacles along the way. But by persevering through those obstacles, you can achieve greatness.

I've also learned the importance of having a strong team around you. Golf may be an individual sport, but I couldn't have achieved my success without the support of my team. From my caddy to my coach to my family, they have all played a crucial role in my success. And the same is true in the corporate world. Success is not a one-man show. It takes a team of talented individuals working together to achieve great things.

Finally, I've learned the importance of staying humble. Golf is a game that can humble even the best players. No matter how good you are, there is always room for improvement. And the same is true in the corporate world. No matter how successful you are, there is always more to learn and more to achieve.

So, in conclusion, I believe that the lessons I've learned on my journey to the PGA Tour can translate to success in the corporate world as well. By working hard, having a passion for what you do, persevering through obstacles, building a strong team, and staying humble, you can achieve greatness.

Thank you for your time today, and I wish you all the best in your own journey to success.

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