Matt discusses what attracted him to Protiviti and how the brand’s core values align to his own.
"They want to be leaders in their market, they want to try new things and be the best they can be…that was similar to my views in life and golf."
Jennifer discusses what representing the Protiviti brand means to her as a woman in professional golf.
"For me I'd rather have a personal relationship with the brand…being the first woman they picked to represent them, I’m really excited to be that person and hopefully represent the brand well."
Matt Fitzpatrick has quickly risen to the top of the golfing world. Winner of the 2013 U.S. Amateur Championship, Matt was the #1 ranked amateur in the World Amateur Golf Rankings at 19 years old. He received low amateur honors at both the 2013 Open Championship and the 2014 U.S. Open Championship, the first amateur golfer since Bobby Jones to accomplish both. Since turning professional, Matt has won 5 times on the European Tour, becoming the youngest Englishman to reach 5 European Tour victories and surpassing Nick Faldo’s record. Matt also competed in the 2016 Ryder Cup, where he was the youngest member on the European Team. Off the course, Matt is a patron at the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity and has a close affiliation with Cavendish Cancer Care, two causes local to Matt’s hometown of Sheffield.
History-making champion of the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur and the number one ranked female amateur player in the world prior to turning professional in May 2019, Jennifer Kupcho, made a remarkably swift entrance during her rookie season on the LPGA TOUR.
Despite starting her professional career midway through the 2019 season, Kupcho wasted no time in securing her card for the 2020 season with three top-5 finishes. It was Kupcho’s T2 finish at the Evian Championship that not only sealed the deal and vaulted her up the rankings, but also verified her ability to compete at the highest level.
Kupcho’s impressive amateur and collegiate resume is decorated with 16 individual victories including a wire-to-wire title at the 2018 NCAA Division 1 Golf Championship. A four-time All-American at Wake Forest University and the 2018 National Collegiate Player of the Year, Kupcho was also a member of the victorious 2018 U.S. Curtis Cup, Women’s World Amateur, and Palmer Cup teams. The 22-year old is a native of Westminster, CO.