Brent Andrew Geiberger is a professional golfer who was born on May 22, 1968 in Santa Barbara, California. Geiberger is best known for currently a player on the PGA Tour as well as the son of Al Geiberger, who also played golf.
When Geiberger was in college, he studied at the College of the Desert located at Palm Desert, California. During those years, he won approximately 8 junior college tournaments before transferring to Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. During his university years, he became a member of the varsity golf team, and after graduating, he turned pro in 1993.
However, when he turned pro, he did not immediately play golf on the PGA Tour, but he started off on the Nike Tour instead.
As a player on the PGA Tour, Geiberger has won the Canon Greater Hartford Open in 1999 as well as the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro in 2004. Since joining the PGA Tour, he has been featured among the top 50 players on the Official World Golf Rankings. In addition, in 1998, Geiberger and his father were able to make their mark in history when their pairing became the very first father & son combination to participate in the PGA Championship.
Geiberger’s father is not the only person who is involved in golf as his brother was also the coach of Pepperdine University that won the NCAA Division I Golf Championship in 1997.
Throughout his career, Geiberger has won twice on the PGA Tour, and these are his only professional victories. He also participated in 3 of the 4 Major Championships, but has not played on the Open Championship. He also has not yet won a single Major Championship.