Joseph Bramlett
32-Year-Old Golfer
2019–20 Fantasy Outlook
Bramlett was a rookie on the PGA Tour in 2011 and that season did not go well. Bramlett finished well outside the top 125, and he's spent the last eight seasons trying to get back. He did just enough in 2018-19 to find his way back to the PGA Tour, but unless he improves his game, he'll have a hard time staying there. Bramlett hasn't had a lot of success on the Korn Ferry Tour the last eight seasons, it's hard to imagine he'll have a lot of success on the PGA Tour this season. Read Past Outlooks
December 7, 2010
Bramlett tied for 16th in the final stage of Q-School to earn his PGA Tour card for 2011.
ANALYSIS
He becomes just the second African American currently on the PGA Tour. Bramlett helped Stanford win the NCAA men's team title in 2007.
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2011 Fantasy Outlook
Bramlett enters the PGA TOUR fresh from college, which worked out fine for fellow Stanford grad Tiger Woods. Bramlett, though, likely will find his first venture into professional golf a little more difficult. He becomes just the second African American currently on the PGA Tour. Bramlett helped Stanford win the NCAA men's team title in 2007.