PGA TOUR pro Charley Hoffman is the epitome of the working man’s golfer: Never settle for less than your best, always strive for improvement, and give back to others. That’s what makes him a fan favorite and a perfect fit with the Flash family.
Charley Hoffman is a family man who works hard on and off the course, and someone who’s not afraid to shake up the status quo. His approachable demeanor and colorful outfits have helped make him a fan favorite at any PGA TOUR stop.
“Everybody sort of looks the same. Everybody dresses the same. And I try to wear different colored shirts, and just stand out a little bit.”
He’s been focused on continuously improving his game ever since he started golfing at the age of 7 in Southern Calif. Make no mistake: Charley has paid his dues on the way to PGA TOUR stardom. After becoming the first high school player to win consecutive state titles in California (1994-95) and leading UNLV to the national collegiate title in 1998, Charley turned professional in 2000 and joined the Web.com Tour and earned his PGA TOUR card for the 2006 season. He recorded five top-10 finishes as a rookie and has gone on to win four titles to date: the 2016 Valero Texas Open, the 2015 OHL Classic at Mayakoba. 2010 Deutsche Bank Championship. 2007 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
As hard as he works on the course, Charley is equally committed to promoting the game of golf and a host of charities in local communities. He and his wife, Stacy, founded the Charley Hoffman Foundation to raise funds for charities benefitting children in their native and adopted hometowns of San Diego and Las Vegas. To date the Foundation has raised more than $1.5 million.
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Charley Hoffman enjoyed his best year on TOUR this season with a win at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in November, followed by two runner-up finishes and two additional top 10 finishes. “I wish I could have had a little better finish the last couple weeks of the season but overall I am really happy with the outcome of the year. The goal every year is to win and I got that done, so 2015 goes down as a successful year.”Read More