Listen to Billy’s appearance on Keith Stewart’s Springdale Golf LIVE podcast. Billy talks about his experiences at the Naval Academy, playing on tour, participating in the
Wednesday’s pro-am had a little different feel than in years past, part of a new format the PGA Tour is implementing this season. This year,
Fresh off the Traveler’s this weekend, Hurley stops by Tiki and Tierney to discuss the resurgent Bubba Watson and, of course, Phil’s gaffe two weeks
When Billy Hurley III released a mock attack ad against Jordan Spieth in the closing stretch of both men’s pursuit of the chairmanship of the PGA Tour Player Advisory Council, two questions jumped to mind: What ever inspired Hurley to do so? And what exactly does the Player Advisory Council do?
Hurley dropped an absolutely fire campaign video that exposed Spieth and showed what a strong leader Hurley would be. Hurley represents the common man, and that alone makes him the best option for chairman of the PGA Tour Advisory Council — and the former military man knows it.
Hurley is a 2004 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, where he earned a bachelor’s
degree in Quantitative Economics. He also was named Academic All-American.
He had an extended deployment in the Persian Gulf, where he held the position of guided missile destroyer’s force protection assistant.
In the second round of the 2017 Sanderson Farms Championship, Billy Hurley finds the bottom of the cup from 37 feet with his wedge on
Billy Hurley is a former naval officer, and currently the only military veteran who is an active golfer on the PGA tour. In addition to being a fantastic ambassador for the military, he’s an accomplished leader and all around great guy.
Billy Hurley III has become a fan favorite across the PGA Tour with his military background. His new golf bag pays tribute to his service and is the talk of his fellow golfers.