As Sports Representation Specialists, we want to create a clear path for all athletes but keep their position and interests at the heart of every decision made. We provide a personal, hands-on approach with all clients and provide an unrivalled amount of industry experience, with our team at the disposal of all our players. The clients career advancement and personal development is key to the unique plan we will build and accomplish together.
A few of our clients include European Tour Golfers: Pep Angles, Carlos Pigem, Oliver Clarke and Johannes Veerman
Pep AnglesEuropean Tour Golfer
Carlos PigemEuropean Tour Golfer
Oliver ClarkeEuro Pro Golfer
Johannes VeermanEuropean Tour Golfer
Jeff WintherEuropean Tour Golfer
Greg PayneEuro Pro Golfer
Pep hails from Barcelona and has had a rapid rise in professional golf since turning professional in 2015. He became White Rose’s first client when he signed aged 23.
He started hitting balls when he was 11 years of age, spending his first years at a par-3 course close to his hometown, Sant Andreu de Llavaneras, 30 minutes north of Barcelona. Pep had a decorated career at junior and full men’s amateur level, winning the European Championships as well as numerous US Collegiate tournaments whilst on a 4 year golf scholarship at the University of Central Arkansas. It was not just on the golf course that he succeeded, he majored in MIS concentrated in Business Analytics, graduating in May 2015 with a GPA of 3.542. His experience in America enabled him to not only get his full Challenge Tour card in his first year as a pro, but to go on and finish inside the top 15 in the order of merit, which automatically qualified him to play on the full European Tour the following season.
In his first full European Tour season (2017) he competed in 27 major events, with his best result coming in the Rocco Forte Open, where a 4th place finish achieved him a prize of €50,000. After securing 216,228 points in the Race to Dubai standings, he entered final stage of Q school in Lumine needing a top 25 finish to guarantee his card for the forthcoming year. In a tough school for one of golf’s most coveted prizes, he held his nerve during 6 rounds under intense pressure to seal his fate to play amongst Europe’s elite again for the 2018 season and finished in tied 9th position.
Along with his charisma and trendy dress sense, he has earned notoriety for being the longest player off the tee, recording a 428 yard drive at the Qatar Masters which was the furthest on tour that season, which has drawn in fans from around the globe. Pep is a current Nike athlete and signed a contract to market their apparel at the start of the 2017 season. Off the course Pep enjoys socialising with friends and is an avid motocross fan!
“After graduating from University, I was looking for an agency that would help turn my dreams into reality. With the support of WRSM, I’ve gone from Collegiate golf to European Tour in one year.”
Carlos hails from Barcelona and has enjoyed a blossoming career, seizing his first victory at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship in Chinese Taipei in 2016 whilst plying his trade on the Asian tour. The easy going Spaniard stems from a family of passionate golfers, with his Mother and Father particularly keen players, which played a key influence in him picking up his first club as a 5 year old child!
It is not only on the course where he has excelled over recent years though. Along side his participation in the professional game, Carlos achieved a 4 year business and management degree at the University of Eserp, before going on to complete an MBA in business management. As an amateur he had a decorated career, winning the Spanish championships in 2012, picking up both the singles and doubles titles as well as the World Universities Championship in Czech Republic. He went on to win 4 of the 6 Spanish national events, and was selected for the St Andrews Trophy squad to play for Europe vs GB&I. He joined the Asian tour in 2013 after graduating from Qualifying school finishing in 11th place.
In his first year as a pro, he finished 38th in the order of merit which secured his card for the following season. During his time in Asia, he combined his time competing in 10 events every season on the European tour, where he already had a series of good results, most notably 4th place at the Alfred Dunhill Championships, 5th place at the Hero Indian Open, 8th place at the Trophee Hassan in Morocco and 7th in the True Thailand classic. After 5 years playing full time in Asia, he got his full European tour card for 2018.
Away from the golf course, the charismatic 27 year old spends the majority of his time participating and watching other sports such as table tennis, tennis and skiing. Carlos has charisma and lights up a room with his personality and humour. He carries all the traits and characteristics of a future role-model for young people.
Oliver is from one of Liverpool’s most under-privileged districts and has overcome obstacles at a young age that would have stopped most in their tracks. In a sport often wrongly associated with wealth – he has shown that talent and desire are still the most valuable commodities for the modern day athlete. His character and values reflect his upbringing; from a close-knit, loving home, but handed nothing on a plate – he strives for everything.
Before turning professional in March 2017, Oliver announced himself as one of the most precocious talents in junior golf. Aged just 11, he re-wrote the record books, becoming the youngest ever player to represent the County of Lancashire at U14 level and by 13 years of age he achieved a ‘scratch’ handicap’ at Formby Golf Club. His dominance of the Lancashire Boys Championships has seen him set the benchmark, still to be surpassed, of winning at U14s, U16s and U18s level – made all the more remarkable by being achieved by the age of 15 years old. He has captained, with standout success, the England Boys National team, who he represented with distinction for over half a decade. His junior career ended in the most appropriate manner possible; victories in the Irish Boys Championship and the English Champions of Champions Event.
With his pedigree and potential evident – Oliver turned professional – playing on the European Pro Tour and carried the success and progress of his junior career into his full time role – already achieving his first professional win aged 18. Oliver is every inch the modern athlete; addicted to hard work, be it on the range, the course, the gym or any aspect of the modern day profession that can give you an edge.
Oliver is strategic in thinking and long term in his planning; he wants to learn more on the European Pro Tour – getting as much experience as possible to take into the next step of his career. His schedule is 12 months a year, during these formative, learning stages – he will participate in the Algarve Tour in the winter to maximise his playing time.
“From the first day I signed with WRSM, I was quickly made to feel that my success both on and off the course was their number one priority.”
Johannes was born to an Indonesian Mother and a Dutch Father and throughout his early life lived in the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, United States, England, and China! Because of this, he can speak English, Indonesian, Malaysian, Dutch, and some German! The cultured 25-year-old always dreamt of becoming a professional golfer, however concentrated his adolescent years focusing on studying for medical school. After taking his Medical college admission test and submitting applications, Johannes had a change of heart and decided to try his hand at professional golf for a summer on the Adams Tour in 2015.
He didn’t want his boyhood dreams to die without giving it a try, and his decision proved a success with a 3rd place finish on the money list – playing in only half the events on the schedule! This was the point when he knew he had to give his all to a career in the professional game.
Next up was Asian Tour Q school In January 2016 which qualified him to pay in full-field events as well as the Asian Development Tour. Johannes not only won the order of merit on the Development Tour, but also finished in the top 60 on the Asian Tour with 4 top 10 finishes along the way. This resulted him gaining his full playing rights for 2017. 2017 saw him achieve a 2nd place in the Taiwan Yeangder, 5th in the Macau Open, 12th in the Maybank and most notably loose to Louis Oosthuizen in the ISPS Handa Perth on the 3rd extra hole during the match play rounds.
This taught him vital lessons in the professional game; a year of growth and learning gave him the insight of what it takes to compete with the big boys.
Jeff is a Danish golfer, currently playing in his 4th season on the European Tour after finishing 3rd at the final stage of qualifying school to retain his full playing rights for this season.
He started his career in golf as a Green-Keeper at Nivå golf club in Kokkedal, before making the decision play professionally after being made redundant in his early 20’s.
At the age of 22, Jeff started his journey playing on mini satellite tours in his homeland.
In 2013 he won both The Open at Bravo Tour and the ECCO Tour Championship, which resulted in a 3rd place finish in the end of year rankings, meaning a promotion to the Challenge Tour for 2015.
His success didn’t stop there and in his second year on the Challenge Tour, a top 15 place finish in the order of merit saw him qualify for his first season on the European Tour for 2016.
During his first year on the main tour and in only his 4th event, Jeff finished 12th at the Italian Open. His debut season ended on a high at the Tshwane Open, where he recorded a 2nd place finish.
After missing out on automatic playing rights for 2017, Jeff gained his card at qualifying school to again compete on the European circuit for the second year in a row.
His rise continued into the 2018 season, with his prominence as one of Denmark’s most coveted stars evident after achieving 7 top 20 finishes at events including the French Open, Porsche European Open and the Czech Masters.
He has made a fantastic start to the 2019 season, finishing 7th at the South African Open in his first event of the year.
Greg hails from Camberley and started playing golf at 7 years of age at his local club; Chobham in Surrey.
The 24 year old realised by the age of 12 that he wanted to become a professional golfer; a dream that soon became a reality.
By the age of 13 he shot a record 28 on the back 9 of his home course and a year later achieved scratch handicap which lead to him winning the club championships as a 14 year old. He was already destined for glory.
His junior accolades didn’t stop there. Greg’s enormous hard work and talent saw him picked to represent Surrey at every age group from under 14’s, winning the under 18 county junior championships along the way; beating Gloucestershire in the final.
During these early years, the global sporting brand Nike Identified Greg as a prospect they wanted to work with, and have since supported his development by providing full product support throughout his amateur and professional career. His endeavour to be the best, on and off the course, played a major influence in one of the leading brands wanting to work with such a talented athlete.
In his last years as a junior, his highlight’s included a 2nd place finish at the Mcevoy trophy and most prestigiously winning the Surrey junior championship.
This caught the intention of many, including being selected to represent the European Boys team during the championships in Prague, where he played his part in securing victory.
The same year also saw success in the home internationals where he represented England to victory over Scotland and Ireland.
Greg made the decision to leave school at the age of 16 and pursue a sports psychology scholarship in Spain, which would enable him to play golf full time at Alhaurin golf club, an academy for aspiring young professionals like himself.
His success continued, and in his first year of men’s golf at the age of 18, was chosen to represent England in Peru after coming 8th in the Portuguese Amateur.
The Sunningdale Foursomes was next in his sights, an event which lead to victory, winning the title in 2012.
After playing a full season as an amateur, he felt the time was right to turn professional at the age of 19 – which ultimately proved the right decision after winning first stage of qualifying school for the Euro Pro Tour in his first attempt.
This lead to final stage at Frilford Heath, which saw his full playing rights gained with a top 20 finish – again at the first time of asking.
To date, he has been participating on the Euro Pro for the last 5 years which have seen numerous 2nd place finishes, and an 8th overall on the order of merit.
The plan for 2018 is to continue his fine form on the Euro Pro, and gain full playing rights for the European tour. He is committed and destined to compete with the very best.
His two loves other than golf ; supporting the Indianapolis Colts and going to the gym… As well as spending time with his girlfriend and his 3 goddaughters!