Brandel Chamblee

TV Personality

Brandel Chamblee joined Golf Channel in 2004, and currently serves as a studio analyst for Golf Central, as well as an analyst for the network’s Live From programming, airing on-site from the game’s biggest events. Chamblee also is an occasional analyst for Golf Channel’s PGA Tour tournament coverage.

Chamblee has earned a reputation for being one of the most intellectual and well-researched personalities on Golf Channel, and is known for his outspoken opinions on the game’s biggest stars.

A PGA Tour winner, Chamblee enjoyed a 15-year professional playing career that included more than $4 million in earnings. His career highlights include victories at the 1998 Greater Vancouver Open on the PGA Tour and the 1990 Ben Hogan New England Classic on the Web.com Tour. He also shared the first-round lead at the Masters in 1999 and finished within the top-100 on the PGA Tour money list for seven consecutive years. 

A three-time All-American at the University of Texas, Chamblee graduated in 1986 with a BS in Communications.

A father of three, Chamblee lives in Scottsdale, Ariz.

 

ARTICLES BY Brandel Chamblee

  • Golf Talk Central

    When I hear a commentator say that a player from the United States is from “America” I cringe, because it either shows a latent laziness in thinking, an ignorance to geography, or an arrogance in that the U.S., being the most po

  • Golf Talk Central

    After the U.S. Open last year at Pebble Beach, I took my three children to Los Angeles for a vacation and we checked into the Beverly Hilton Hotel just off Santa Monica Blvd. only a few blocks from the famed Rodeo Drive.

  • Golf Talk Central

    I’m often accused of being negative toward Tiger Woods.

  • There are a number of reasons to praise Tiger Woods, and plenty of other reasons to be critical.

  • It’s the time of year when touring pros either look at a fat bank account and consider their pursuits sinless and strong or look at their clubs and beg them to forget the unprintable names that they have called them as they prepare to

  • SHEBOYGAN, Wis. – The PGA Championship switched to medal play in 1957 and in the 54 times it has been contested since, the highest final round score by the champion is 76, shot by Vijay Singh in 2004 at Whistling Straits.

  • Confined to a king-size bed recovering from kidney stone surgeries (that’s right the word after stone is plural), I watched more of the Open coverage than anyone in history who did not have a pint of anything stronger than ginger ale.

  • PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – Four U.S. Opens have been contested at Pebble Beach and combined there have been only 12 men finish under par; this on a golf course that gives the players short iron approaches on half the holes.

  • Bobby Jones was one of the greatest golfers of all time and his record is there for all to admire and for those with the talent and interest to chase.

  • Golf Talk Central

    CHASKA, Minn. – Tiger Woods' golf swing looked far more organized today.