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IMG Expands, Kobe Stays, and Condon Leaves

I would have spread each topic into its own post, but I have been busy all day and just got around to reading all of the relevant sports agent news for the day.  In the interest of time, I will post in the Darren Rovell form, and give you different stories in one jumble of […]

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50 Athletes That Make More Money Than You

Jonah Freedman of recently released Sports Illustrated’s 4th annual Fortunate 50.  The list documents America’s top 50 money-making athletes for the past year (includes money made by actually playing the sport plus any off-the-field money…endorsements, appearances, etc.).  Jonah also released the International 20, which highlights the top 20 money grossing athletes in the world […]


Skipping college for the PGA Tour

Will the PGA Tour eventually adopt a minimum age requirement, a la those of the NFL and the NBA? Chances are, not anytime soon. However, there is a growing number of people in the golf community and industry alike who happen to agree with Hank Haney, golf instructor and swing coach to Tiger Woods, that […]

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Golf agents look for the next big thing

The NCAA Men’s Division I-A Golf Championships are right around the corner (May 30-June 2 at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club’s Gold Course in Williamsburg, Va.), marking for many players the end of their collegiate golfing careers. While some of these guys will remain amateurs for the duration of the summer, in order to compete […]

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Making Par With Endorsements

With no true contract negotiation in golf, agents look to endorsement deals to make a living. If you want to be a golf agent, you will not be banking on the success of your clients. Well at least that is the case on the greens. As one of my hometown papers (the Sun-Sentinel) reports, golf […]

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Golf: Martin’s imminent exit will have golf agents salivating over the possible ‘next Sergio’

by Jason Wulterkens While much of the sports world is currently abuzz over whether or not college basketball freshmen phenoms Greg Oden of [the] Ohio St. University and Kevin Durant of Texas will decide to turn professional by declaring for this June’s NBA Draft, the golf community received a shock this week when one of […]

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The Aftermath

I guess I was a little naive, or maybe it’s just that my national sports leagues don’t have it, but after reading this article it makes sense [Pensions in Pro Sports]. Most jobs have a retirement savings plan, whether it be Superannuation, 401k etc. so why shouldn’t professional sports? An athletes career can be short […]

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Els To Callaway Raises Eyebrows?

“The Big Easy” is the newest client of Callaway Golf Company. Loyal reader of and avid golf fan, Jason Wulterkens, has decided to hand over his first contribution to this site (besides his insightful comments). His post is a great read: South African professional golfer Ernie Els, nicknamed “The Big Easy” and also a […]

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My Other Job is an Athlete

Interesting article in the Herald Sun last week which announced the Top 10 highest-earning Australian athletes. No surprise to see that golfer Greg Norman remains number 1, earning $20 million for the year. However, Greg doesn’t play much golf these days, and relies on his endorsements to amass his earnings. In fact, he made only […]

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Shakeup At William Morris Agency

There is a new Vice President of Golf at William Morris Agency. Former employee of Nike Golf, Greg Nared will take over for Ross Berlin at WMA and will be in charge of managing Michelle Wie’s career [Golf Phenom Michelle Wie Switches Agents]. Ross Berlin will rejoin the PGA Tour, where he was once in […]