Roster of World-Class Golfers Joins Wasserman
Wasserman has acquired Mullhaupt Management and hired Chris Mullhaupt as Vice President, Golf, announced today by Wasserman Managing Executive, Golf, Bud Martin. Mullhaupt brings his full roster of top women’s and men’s golfers to Wasserman’s golf division.
“Chris is an exceptional agent, and someone who has made a big impact on the industry in a very short period of time,” said Martin. “The addition of Chris and his clients will further strengthen what we believe to be the industry-leading talent representation practice in golf, and his work specifically with women athletes further underscores Wasserman’s long-standing investment in women and commitment to elevating women in sport.”
“I admire Wasserman and their comprehensive devotion to all aspects of the golf world,” said Mullhaupt. “The work that the executives and agents at Wasserman produce is renowned in our business, and their client-first approach matches my ethos. The resources and network that Wasserman provides will be hugely beneficial to the women and men I represent, and I’m excited to get to work.”
Mullhaupt represents a number of accomplished clients on both the LPGA and PGA Tours. His roster includes world #2 and Olympic Gold medalist Nelly Korda, Jessica Korda, former U.S. Amateur champions Curtis Luck and Doc Redman, as well as Bud Cauley, Braden Thornberry, Zac Blair and Pauline Roussin-Bouchard.
Long-time Korda family manager Patricio Apey, who has been involved in the careers of the Korda family from the onset, will continue to work hand-in-hand with Wasserman and Mullhaupt in all aspects of their careers moving forward.
Prior to joining Wasserman, Mullhaupt was the founder of Mullhaupt Management, and brings over a decade of experience representing professional golfers. He played college golf at Ole Miss and is married to his wife, Ann. They currently reside in Chagrin Falls, OH.
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