PGA Tour player Hank Lebioda has signed with Fidelity Sports Group for exclusive and worldwide representation and marketing services.
Hank Lebioda competed on the 2018 Web.com Tour as a rookie, ending the season 25th on the Money List to earn his PGA Tour card for the 2018/2019 membership. Hank’s campaign on the 2018 Web.com Tour included four top 10 finishes. Additionally, Hank also won in 2017 on PGA Tour Canada and finished Top 10 on the Money List on PGA Tour Latin America. Hank turned pro in the summer of 2016.
Hank graduated from Florida State University May 2016. During his career as a Seminole, Hank earned recognition as ACC Freshman of the Year, ACC Player of the Year and a Two-Time NCAA All-American. Hank set holds school records for Most Birdies (467), Most Rounds Under Par (76) and Highest Percentage of Counting Scores (93%).
While at FSU, Hank was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease, a severe inflammatory disease of the digestive tract. The diagnosis forced Hank to seek experimental treatment in order to avoid surgery. Crohn’s Disease is a condition that Hank conditions to manage today on the PGA Tour. He desires to use the platform of the PGA Tour to raise awareness, and funds for a cure.
Hank graduated from Trinity Prep High School in Orlando, Florida, where he had a 4.00 GPA and was also a stand-out member of the baseball team prior to focusing full-time on golf.