Great performance is found in the things you don’t see.
U.S. Open champion, Matt Fitzpatrick, and Chevron Championship winner, Jennifer Kupcho, know the drive, the commitment, and the sacrifice it takes to be a champion.
That’s why Protiviti has partnered with Matt and Jennifer, because we feel the same way about consulting for our clients. Investing the extra time to know them, their unique challenges, and opportunities, and to work side-by-side to create exceptional performance.
That’s how champions are made, in golf and in business.
Birdies for Meals
For every birdie Matt and Jennifer made in the 2023 Major Championships, Protiviti donated 1,000 meals to people in need around the globe via U.S. Hunger and Convoy of Hope.
Since its launch in 2021, the programme has donated more than 435,000 meals. Birdies for Meals is part of Protiviti’s global I ON Hunger initiative that has delivered over 14 million meals to people in need.
Protiviti ambassador Matt Fitzpatrick is an English professional golfer on the PGA Tour. Fitzpatrick began his professional career in 2014, quickly gaining recognition after winning his first European Tour victory in 2015. Over the next six years, Fitzpatrick would go on to win an additional 6 European Tour events, including two DP World Championship titles. In 2022, Fitzpatrick won his first Major championship and PGA TOUR event at The U.S. Open, rising to No. 10 in the world golf rankings. Matt currently has 8 to 9 professional wins and two Ryder Cup appearances to his name. Matt is known as one of best putters in the world and also one of the hardest workers, with a commitment to maximising his natural ability informed by data and analytics.
Jennifer Kupcho is a professional golfer on the LPGA Tour and has been a Protiviti ambassador since 2020. Kupcho turned professional prior to the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open and is currently in her fifth professional season on the LPGA Tour. Last year, Kupcho burst onto the scene, winning three events, including her first Major victory at the Chevron Championship. On the way to her Chevron Championship win, Kupcho set a 54-hole tournament record by shooting 16-under par heading into the final round. Prior to the LPGA, Kupcho won the 2018 NCAA Division I Golf Championship at Wake Forest and held the number one spot in the women’s amateur golfer rankings for a total of 34 weeks. Passionate about growing the game, Jennifer serves as an official spokesperson for Youth On Course to help provide affordable access for junior golfers to play thousands of courses across the country.