Toby Tree joins ISM
Article posted: 26 September 2018
I’ve got some big weeks ahead and hopefully I can secure a card for next year.
International Sports Management has announced the signing of Challenge Tour prospect Toby Tree.
The Englishman, 24, is attached to Golf at Goodwood and qualified for last year’s Open Championship at Royal Birkdale, where he made the cut.
So far this year, Toby has impressed on the Sunshine Tour, where he finished in a share of fourth place at the Eye of Africa PGA Championship.
He also finished fourth at the Challenge Tour’s SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge hosted by Macdonald Hotels and Resorts.
Toby will be in action at next week’s Monaghan Irish Challenge. He also featured at the latest corporate golf day for the Class of ‘18, ISM’s pioneering sponsorship scheme, at Trump Turnberry earlier this week and will be part of the Class of ‘19 programme.
Established by Chubby Chandler in 1989, ISM manages some of the world’s finest golfers, including former Open Champions Louis Oosthuizen and Darren Clarke and four-time European Tour winner Matt Wallace.
He said: “I can’t wait to get started with ISM. They’ve got a track record of helping players achieve their potential and I’m looking forward to working with Chubby.
“I’ve got some big weeks ahead and hopefully I can secure a card for next year.”
Chief Executive Officer Chandler said: “We’re really pleased and excited to have signed Toby. He’s someone we’ve been following for some time, particularly since he established himself in South Africa, and I believe we can help him carry on his progress.
“Toby has joined a great group of young players and I can’t wait to see them all progress.”