According to a press release from the company, Australian golfer, Cameron Davis, has signed with Octagon for his representation. He will be represented by Octagon’s Senior Director of US Golf, Ross Chouler, who will assist with the transition from amateur to professional and his on and off the course endeavors.
Having turned pro in October 2016, the 21-year-old Davis played on the Web.com Tour Qualifying School’s second stage last fall after an illustrious amateur career on the Australian circuit. He won the Australian Amateur in 2015, the Victorian Amateur Championship in 2014 and the 2012 China Amateur. As a member of the Australian team that captured the 2016 World Amateur Team Championship, he was a major contributor to the team winning by 19 strokes shooting the lowest score, leading to him earning the World Amateur Team Championship individual trophy.
His first US PGA Tour event was at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, where he finished 15th.
Having turned pro a mere five months ago, Davis is looking to build upon his amateur career and transition to the pro ranks. By signing with Octagon, he will not only have the representation on the course but also have the ability to build his brand off of it. According to Twitter, he already has deals with Nike and Titleist.
To keep up to date on Davis’ emerging professional career, follow him @camdavisgolf.