BRANDEL CHAMBLEE

Analyst, PGA TOUR, Golf Central

After a 15-year PGA TOUR competitive career that included more than $4 million in earnings, Brandel Chamblee made a full-time transition to the broadcast booth in 2004.  Currently, Chamblee serves as lead analyst for the network’s PGA TOUR coverage and also as a studio analyst for “Golf Central,” “Golf Central Pre Game” and the network’s “Live From” telecasts during majors weeks. A three-time All-American out of the University of Texas, Chamblee graduated in 1986 with a BS in communications. His career highlights include victories at the 1998 Greater Vancouver Open on the PGA TOUR and the Ben Hogan New England Classic on the Nationwide Tour in 1990.  He also shared the first-round lead at the Masters in 1999 and finished within the top-100 on the PGA TOUR Money List for seven consecutive years.

A father of three, Chamblee lives in Scottsdale, Ariz. where he represents the Scottsdale Visitors Bureau and writes a monthly column for Golf Magazine.