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Workday and the World Surf League (WSL) are breaking the status quo, envisioning a world without boundaries. We both seek to inspire and empower millions of people to see the world differently—both at work and play. With a shared belief that people aren’t satisfied by what’s possible today, Workday and the WSL strive to give people what they want: A world of new possibilities and opportunities.
Founded in 1976, the WSL organizes the annual tour of professional surf competitions. It broadcasts each event live at WorldSurfLeague.com, allowing viewers to travel alongside the world's best male and female surfers to the most remote and exotic locations in the world. The WSL is dedicated to promoting professional surfers as world-class athletes, and it acts as a steward of the environment both in and out of the water.
What did Matt Kuchar do when he needed to take his game to the next level? He defied convention and completely reinvented his swing. Starting with a clean slate, Kuchar committed to the change and has since established himself as one of the world’s top golfers.
A seven-time PGA TOUR winner and one of the sport’s top competitors, Kuchar is off to a strong start this season with four top-25 finishes already under his belt. Last year, Kuchar continued his established consistency on the course with 14 top-25 finishes, including 10 tournaments inside the top-10. His victory at the 2014 RBC Heritage came following top-5 finishes in each of the previous three tournaments, including a tie for fifth at the Masters.
Kuchar’s career highlights also include six additional PGA TOUR titles, and he is one of only three players to have won THE PLAYERS Championship, a World Golf Championships (WGC) title and a PGA TOUR playoff event.
He has also competed on every U.S. Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup team since 2010. Kuchar’s memorable 2010 campaign was marked by his achievement of more top-10 finishes (11) than any other golfer as well as his first Ryder Cup selection. He also earned numerous accolades that year, including the Vardon Trophy and Byron Nelson Award for lowest scoring average, as well as the PGA TOUR’s Arnold Palmer Award for finishing first on the Money List.
Prior to turning pro in 2000, Kuchar graduated from Georgia Tech, where he was a two-time, first-team All-American golfer. He was the U.S. Amateur champion in 1997 and received the 1998 Haskins Award as the nation’s top collegiate golfer. Additionally, Kuchar was the low amateur at both the Masters and the U.S. Open in 1998. A native of Winter Park, Florida, he currently resides in Sea Island, Georgia, with his wife and two sons.
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In his almost 30-year career, Davis Love III has racked up 21 wins on the PGA TOUR, including the 1997 PGA Championship. He also won the prestigious PLAYERS Championship in 1992 and 2003. With 178 top-10 finishes, Love is sixth on the PGA TOUR All-Time Money List. He was captain of both the 2012 and 2016 USA Ryder Cup Teams. In 2005, he established the Davis Love Foundation to help support at-risk children and families.
In 2010, the foundation partnered with the PGA TOUR to become the host organization of The McGladrey Classic, which has raised more than $1.8 million in four years for children and families in need. Nicknamed “DL3,” Love is included in Golf Digest’s Top 30 Good Guys poll—decided by peers, tournament directors, volunteers, and golf executives.
Agnieszka Radwańska is one of the stars of women’s tennis with a career-high singles ranking of world #2. She was the first Polish player in the Open Era to win an individual singles title, and the first to reach a Grand Slam singles final at Wimbledon in 2012. To date, she has won 18 career singles titles and is the current holder of the prestigious Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour Championships. Known for her intelligent and crafty play,
For most of his life, Brandt Snedeker played, practiced, and analyzed the game of golf—it was everything to him. He was, in a word, obsessed. But despite his singular focus, success remained elusive.
In 2011, after his first child was born, Snedeker had an epiphany. He realized there was more to life than golf, so he made a huge change. He began to focus on balancing his work and his life. He cites this change as the catalyst for increased success on the course, including several tournament wins.
Snedeker is currently the 15th ranked golfer in the world and in his 13th full season on the PGA TOUR.
On On January 31, 2016, he won the Farmers Insurance Open—his eighth PGA TOUR victory—and in 2015, won the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Snedeker enjoyed banner years in 2012 and 2013, which included victories at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, RBC Canadian Open, Farmers Insurance Open, the 2012 TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, and the 2012 FedExCup. He was also named to his first Ryder Cup team in 2012. Snedeker currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife and two young kids.