TOUR PROFESSIONALS

George Gandranata (student of Philippe De Busschere)


George Gandranata is from Jakarta, Indonesia. Attended UC-Berkeley from 2005-2010 and played for the golf team under athletic scholarship. Also received a Masters Degree in Economics from University of San Francisco. Winner of 2009 Northern California Amateur, 2010 San Francisco City Championship, 2010 Alameda Commuters. Played for the Indonesian National Team and earned a Silver Medal and Bronze Medal in 2011 SouthEast Asian Games. Low Amateur at 2011 Indonesia Open. Turned Pro in 2012. 3rd in 2012 Indonesia PGA Order of Merit, 2nd in 2013 Indonesia PGA Order of Merit. Played in 2012 and 2013 Asian Tour and Asian Development Tour (19th in the ADT Order of Merit). Recently finished 2nd in 2014 ADT Linc Group Jakarta Invitational.

 

 



Bernd Wiesberger (student of Philippe De Busschere)


Bernd Wiesberger is from Vienna, Austria. Wiesberger played on the Challenge Tour in 2007 and 2008. He earned his European Tour card for the 2009 season through qualifying school. Wiesberger claimed his maiden title on the European Tour in 2012 at the Ballantine's Championship, The win moved him into no. 54 in the Top 100 Official World Golf Ranking. In July 2012, Wiesberger won his second title of the year and of his European Tour career at the Lyoness Open, held in his home country of Austria. Wiesberger is the student of Philippe De Busschere.

April 2012

  • Winner of the Ballantine’s Championship with score of -18.

July 2012

  • Winner of the Lyoness Open with score of -19.




Charles Davies (Student of Philippe De Busschere)


He is currently playing on the Asian Development Tour and he will go to the European tour qualifying school this year.















Florian Pragant (student of Philippe De Busschere)


Recovered from a broken neck in 2006 to win his card through The European Tour Qualifying School - Final Stage a year later, joining fellow Austrian’s Markus Brier and Qualifying School winner, Martin Wiegele, on The European Tour – the first time Austria has had three representatives at this level. Suffered the neck injury when he dived into the sea while holidaying in Italy but the water was not as deep as expected. Spent the next three months in a neck brace with his golfing career on hold. After extensive physiotherapy returned to compete on the Alps Tour and the Challenge Tour in 2007 before securing his card at San Roque. Started playing golf at the age of nine, encouraged by his parents, restaurant owners in Bad Klienkirchhiem in southern Austria. Attended a golf school from the age of 14 and on graduation undertook the obligatory National Service on a sports scholarship, limited his military training to just four weeks.