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Megan Khang was born for adventure. Growing up in Massachusetts, she quickly fell in love with everything New England had to offer – snowboarding, fishing, hiking, swimming, beach-going, and most importantly, golfing. A fiery personality and an aptitude for the game were the perfect match for her love of the outdoors.  

After picking up the game at such a young age, Megan spent many years playing on the U.S. Challenge Cup Tour in New England. During her years as an amateur, she posted an impressive resume, including low-amateur at the 2015 U.S. Open, a Jr. U.S. Solheim Cup Team win, and ultimately a T6 finish at the LPGA Qualifying Tournament in 2015.  

When Megan teed off on the LPGA Tour as a professional in 2016, she was the first player of Hmong and Laotian descent to ever compete. She is widely known on Tour for her magnetic personality and ability to make anyone laugh. With 30 top-10s and two Solheim Cup appearances under her belt, Megan is ready to claim her place amongst the world’s best on the LPGA Tour.  

Megan Khang




A New Englander through and through, born in Woodstock Vermont and attended Hopkinton High School in Massachusetts, with best friend and former PGA TOUR player Jon Curran. Keegan went on to win 9 times in college, while attending St. John’s University. After graduating from St. John’s University, Keegan joined the Korn Ferry Tour where he notched four top ten finishes in his first five starts. Keegan joined the PGA TOUR in 2011 and soon became the game’s breakout star.
After winning the HP Byron Nelson Championship, Keegan qualified for his first major, the PGA Championship. Even as a rookie, he proved no stage was too big for him, winning the event in a playoff. He became one of only 3 golfers in the history of the game to win in his major debut and was named the 2011 PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year.
Keegan has been a top player in the world in each of his last eight seasons. Keegan’s most recent win, was the 2018 BMW Championship, one of the FedEx Cup playoff events, leading him to finish 8th in the season long standings. For Bradley, the win was extra special as it was his first as a father – Keegan and his wife Jillian are the proud parents of two boys Logan and Cooper Bradley; with Logan present for that win.
Keegan has represented the USA in two Ryder Cups and a President’s Cup, no one wears the Stars and Stripes with more pride.


Currently ranked number #17 in the world, Matt has earned a host of impressive golfing firsts. In 2013, aged just eighteen, he won the U.S. Amateur, becoming the first British winner to do so since Harold Hilton’s 1911 victory. Soon after he went on to become the first amateur in over 80 years to hold low amateur titles at both the Open Championship (2013) and U.S. Open (2014), a victory previously achieved by Bobby Jones back in 1930.
Before turning professional, Matt attended Northwestern University, playing one season of golf before leaving to take his career to the next level in 2014. As a seven-time DP World Tour winner and representative of Europe at two Ryder Cup tournaments, Matt’s secured his place as a mainstay among the world’s top fifty players.
Now aged twenty-seven, Matt currently resides North Palm Beach, Florida, an ocean away from Sheffield, England, the city he originally hails from. The connection to his hometown stems remains strong though, with his interests off the green—Matt enjoys football, and is a lifelong supporter of the local club, Sheffield United.


Played collegiately at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill from 2014/18, winning three times and breaking the scoring average once held by Davis Love III.
He started his career on the Mackenzie Tour in 2018, where he played all events and made eight cuts with a win and a top 10, culminating in an 8th place finish on the final order of merit. He tried to split his time between the two Tours the following season and ended up losing status on both. What happened after that, makes for one of the more interesting stories in professional golf. Ben decided to take time away from the game in 2021 and went to work as a loan officer for a Mortgage Group in North Carolina…
With renewed enthusiasm and energy for the game, Ben went back to QSchool and earned his Korn Ferry Tour card for the 2022 season… He came out of the blocks quickly and has already finished 2nd twice, alongside two other top 10’s and a twelfth place finish. That set Ben up to earn his PGA TOUR path in 2022/23 – an amazing path!


Lanto turned professional and determinedly battled through a few years on mini-tours, PGA Tour Latinoamérica and the Korn Ferry Tour. In 2017, he won the Nashville Golf Open Benefitting the Snedeker Foundation, while tying the course record. At the end of the 2017 season, Lanto placed 22nd on the Regular Season money list to secure a PGA Tour card for the 2017-18 season. After another year on the Korn Ferry Tour, he achieved PGA Tour status for the 2019-20 season. Within the first five tournaments of the 2019-20 PGA Tour season, and only his 33rd PGA Tour start, he was valiantly crowned Champion of the Houston Open. Lanto has four top-ten finishes during the 2021-2022 season, including a T3 at The American Express. Fun Fact: Lanto is an extremely philanthropic individual, with goals to continue giving back to the community which raised him, as well as his VCU family, through The Lanto Griffin Foundation and his annual golf tournament, The Lanto Charity Classic.


Since turning professional in 2016, Hank Lebioda has become a regular of the PGA TOUR, with 2021/2022 being his 4th consecutive season. Hank had a stand-out career at Florida State University where he was an All-American, ACC Player of the Year, ACC Freshman of the Year and set many records in program history. The 2020/2021 season was the best of Hank’s career as he nearly notched his first PGA TOUR victory at multiple events and finished in the Top 100 of the Fed Ex Cup standings.
A native of Orlando, Florida, Hank devotes time outside of his golfing career to his family and the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. After being diagnosed with Crohn’s in 2012 as a freshman in college, Hank and family have since gone on to help raise over $400,000 since 2019 for the foundation. Hank, his wife Mary and one-year old son Henry now live in Ponte Vedra, Florida.


As a member of the 2022 Korn Ferry Tour, Brandon Matthews has secured his status for the 2022/2023 PGA TOUR Season, thanks to a win at the Korn Ferry Tour’s Bogota Championship and runner-up finish at the Panama Championship. Matthews has a host of golfing accolades to his name, including being named the 2020/2021 Player of the Year on PGA TOUR Latin America.
A native of Scranton, Pennsylvania, Brandon is a 2016 graduate of Temple University, where he was crowned Student Athlete of the Year in 2015. Brandon is well known in golf circles for his rare power and length. Brandon’s renewed focus on short game has him well positioned to become a household name on the PGA TOUR for years to come.


Sam played collegiate golf at Stetson University in Florida where he studied Finance and was a two-time Academic All-American. Following a successful college career, he persistently and methodically worked his way through the PGA Tour’s development tours, earning his Web.com tour card in 2016. After finishing second on the 2017 Web.com tour money list, he secured his place on the PGA Tour for the 2017-2018 season. Sam has made the FedEx Cup playoffs each of his first four years on the PGA Tour.
Sam became the first player since 2015 to make an ace on the 16th at TPC Scottsdale during the third round of the 2022 WM Phoenix Open. He has three top-ten finishes during the 2021-2022 season, including a third-place finish at the Zurich Classic (his sixth career top-three finish on the PGA Tour).


Three-time PGA TOUR winner Scott Stallings turned pro in 2007 and has made a career in golf and fitness from his home base of Tennessee. Now beginning his 13th season on the PGA TOUR, Stallings was an All-American at Tennessee Tech University before turning professional, with his first career victory coming four years later in the Greenbrier Classic during his 2011 rookie PGA TOUR.
Stallings has gone on to win the 2012 True South Classic and the 2014 Farmers Insurance Open. 2022 marks one of his best seasons to date, recording seven top-ten finishes and advancing to the FedExCup Playoffs TOUR Championship for the first time.
Stallings and his wife Jennifer have two children—son Finn and daughter Millie—and the family resides in Knoxville, Tennessee. Having earned a reputation for his physical transformation and fitness-focused lifestyle, you’re likely to find Stallings in the gym when he’s not on the course. The Stallings family is also a strong advocate for junior golf initiatives in Tennessee, giving their time and resources to programs such as the Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Program and the Tennessee Junior Cup. The Tennessee Golf Foundation named the Stallings family as its Persons of the Year for 2022.


Nick Watney grew up in Dixon, California and played golf as a walk on at Fresno State University, where his uncle Mike, was the coach. As an amateur, he was represented the USA on the 2002 Palmer Cup team.
Watney quickly burst onto the PGA TOUR scene in 2007 capturing his first win at the 2007 Zurich Classic. Watney has recorded six PGA TOUR wins and rose as high as 9th in the world. Watney’s signature win was at the 2010 WGC – Cadillac Championship, where he took down Tiger Woods on Sunday afternoon. Nick was also a member of the winning US Presidents Cup team in 2011.
Nick underwent season ending back surgery in 2016, which meant coming back in the 2017 season on a Major Medical. He played well enough to earn a 10th consecutive trip to the Playoffs. 2020 was a tough season for Nick, he made headlines as the first player to test positive for COVID onsite. Nick failed to keep his card in 2020/21 and so is playing 2021/22 on a Top 50 Career Money exemption. With a 2nd place finish at Sanderson farms and a top 20 at Bay Hill, Nick is already well positioned for a Playoff run at the end of the year.
Watney currently lives in Austin, Texas with his wife Amber and four children. He is a HUGE Bay area sports fan… Asking him which he likes more, out of the San Francisco 49ers and the San Francisco Giants, is like asking him which of his children is his favorite!


Trevor is one of the best young players to come out of collegiate golf in some time. An Arizona native, born in Tucson, Trevor attended the University of Arizona, where he was a multiple winner. Ranked 9th in the inaugural PGA TOUR University rankings, in 2021, Trevor was awarded access to the Forme Tour for the season. He quickly established himself as a professional, losing a playoff in his very first event, finished 6th 3rd event and then went on to win his 5th start at the Fuzzy Zoeller Classic. Trevor ultimately won the Forme Tour Order of Merit and as player of the year, earned full Korn Ferry Tour status for 2022.
Trevor got off to a similarly fast start on the Korn Ferry Tour last year. He finished 7th in his second event and then just a few weeks later, bogeyed the last hole to miss a playoff by a shot, finishing 3rd at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open. This only pushed him harder, as the very next week he birdied the final two holes to get into a playoff, which he won at the third extra hole. These performances all merited Trevor a PGA TOUR card for the 2022/23 season, just 10 months after turning professional!
Trevor is completely self taught, playing golf with his father and watching YouTube videos of Tiger – certainly unique in this day and age!



A seasoned professional and PGA TOUR Winner with over 30 years of experience in the golfing world, Tim Petrovic already boasts three top 10 finishes in the first three starts of 2022. A graduate of the University of Hartford, Tim sits on their Hall of Fame, with teammates including current PGA TOUR member Jerry Keller and former TOUR Player Patrick Sheehan. Since joining the Champions Tour, “Petro” has been a mainstay at the top of leaderboards each season.
Tim’s charitable work includes founding his organization, For Every Child, which provides essential needs to children in need, with a focus on orphans. An avid musician, Tim enjoys playing the guitar and is a huge fan of The Doors.

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Rob was born January 12, 1980, in Salem, MA., the son of James and Karen Oppenheim. He was raised in Andover, MA., along with older brother Ken and younger sister Jill. He currently resides in Orlando, FL. with his wife Lacey and children Zoey and James.
After graduating from Andover High School in 1998, Rob went south to Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. to further his education and golf career. At Andover, he played golf, basketball, and baseball. In 1999, after finishing in the final 16 at the U.S. Amateur at Pebble Beach, he began to visualize a future in professional golf.
Rob’s golf career at Rollins reached a highlight in 2002 when his team won the Division II National Championship. Rob sank the birdie putt on the final hole enabling Rollins to win by one shot. He was named the Division II Player of the Year. He was a four-time All-American and was selected to the USA collegiate international team that competed in Japan. Rob has been inducted to the Hall of Fame at both Andover High School (baseball, basketball, golf) and Rollins College (golf).
After winning the 2002 Massachusetts Amateur, Rob began his career as a professional. He has played on numerous golf tours such as the Canadian, Cleveland, New England, Hooters, Tar Heel, Moonlight, and others along with many state and regional opens. In 2005, he was the Cleveland Tour Player of the Year and in 2006 he finished second on the Canadian Tour Order of Merit. Rob’s titles include the New Hampshire Open (2005, 2009), Massachusetts Open and Bangor, Maine Open (2007), Canadian Tour (Austin, Texas and Mazatlan, Mexico) 2006, and Web.com Air Capital Classic, Wichita, Kansas (2015).
Rob’s journey to the PGA TOUR has been one of desire and perseverance. Rob played on the Web Tour from 2010 until finally securing a PGA TOUR card in 2016 by the slimmest of margins. Rob finished the final stage in 25th place. In 2017 Rob returned to the Web.com Tour after the last tournament of qualifying was canceled by hurricane Matthew. Rob earned his PGA TOUR card for the 2018 season after finishing 27th during the regular season.
Rob played the Korn Ferry Tour during 2019 and secured a return to the PGA TOUR for 2020. Rob was one of those featured on the Golf Channel’s “Quest for the Card” after enduring the pressure of the Korn Ferry playoffs.
Rob is a big fan of Boston sports and especially loves his Patriots.


The Boston Bruins are a professional ice hockey team based in Boston, MA. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL). The team has been in existence since 1924, making them the third-oldest active team in the NHL, and the oldest to be based in the United States. We are proud to align our brand with one of the most recognizable entities in the sports world.



First Tee has spent more than 25 years building experiences that build character to empower kids and teens through a lifetime of new challenges and personal growth. By seamlessly integrating the game of golf with a life skills curriculum, the youth development organization creates active learning experiences that build inner strength, self-confidence, and resilience that kids can carry to everything they do. Since launching in 1997, First Tee has grown to a network of 150 chapters with programs delivered at 1,400 golf courses, 10,000 schools and 1,700 youth centers in all 50 states and select international locations.

DemandScience is supporting the great work of First Tee, and our founders Barry Harrigan and Melissa Chang are new Trustees of golf’s premiere non-profit.



The GreenLight Fund helps transform the lives of children, youth and families in high-poverty urban areas by creating local infrastructure and a consistent annual process to:

  • Identify critical needs
  • Import innovative, entrepreneurial programs that can have a significant, measurable impact
  • Galvanize local support to help programs reach and sustain impact in the new city

DemandScience supports Greenlight’s mission across 13 cities (and growing) and their annual flagship golf event in the Boston area. Our CEO, Peter Cannone, sits on the Greenlight Fund Golf Committee as an advisor.



The Boston Bruins Foundation is a non-profit that collaborates with charitable organizations that demonstrate a commitment to health and wellness, education and athletics. The Foundation strongly believes that advocating for children and families across these areas will create a strong support system that will ultimately lead to the betterment of our community. Since its inception in 2003, the Boston Bruins Foundation has generated over $30 million through various events and initiatives.

DemandScience is the Presenting Sponsor of the Boston Bruins Foundation’s 2022 Charity Bag program, which gives fans the opportunity to purchase various Bruins equipment bags filled with a unique collection of Boston Bruins memorabilia. Proceeds from the sale are used to support the organization’s mission throughout the year.