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Ep. 078 - Jordan Niebrugge

Jordan Niebrugge played at Oklahoma State where he was a four-time All-American and a two-time Walker Cupper. He won the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship in 2013 and has played in the Masters, the Open, and the U.S. Open. After college, Jordan has played on PGA Tour Canada and the Korn Ferry Tour. Most recently, he is in the process of rehabbing a significant injury and is looking to return to golf in 2024.

Playing at a top tier school like Oklahoma State meant that Jordan was constantly competing against top tier players. This level of competition pushed him to improve his game and strive for excellence. He acknowledges that playing with and against talented players made it harder to win college golf tournaments, but it also made him a better player. The experience of competing against skilled opponents forced him to elevate his game and constantly improve.


Jordan's college career was marked by consistent performance and dedication to his team. He prioritized playing for the team rather than focusing solely on individual success. This mindset helped him develop a sense of teamwork and camaraderie, which are essential qualities for success in professional golf. By focusing on contributing to the team's success, Jordan learned valuable lessons in discipline, perseverance, and mental fortitude.


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