On the golf course, Team RSM mimics the same characteristics as our staff by being caring, curious, collaborative, courageous and critical-thinking players, in order to understand how to best use their skills to tackle each new course, tournament and challenge they face.
Learn more about our individual Team RSM members.
- Alice Hewson
- Zach Johnson
- David Love III
- Chris Kirk
- Maria Fassi
- Megan Khang
Name: Alice Hewson
Place of birth: Hemel Hempstead
Turned Professional: 2019
Alice is a professional golfer competing on the Ladies European Tour.
After a fairy tale start to Alice’s professional career, where she finished 2nd in her first ever event as a pro & secured her maiden professional victory in her second start (but first LET event) at the 2020 South Africa Open, she continued this success throughout 2021 in her first full year on tour.
- 3rd at the inaugural Scandinavian Mixed Open (top female)
- Winner Rose Ladies Series Grand Final 2020
- 6th at the Aramco Team Series London
- 17th Aramco Team Series Sotogrande
- 20th AIG Women’s Open
- 7th Dubai Moonlight Classic
- 3rd Saudi Ladies International
- Race to Costa Del Sol 10th
Alice has come out strong in 2022 and has already achieved a 3rd place finish at the Joburg Ladies Open.
Alice will be competing on the Ladies European Tour this year and is qualified for the AIG Women’s Open at Muirfield.
Name: Zach Johnson
Place of birth: Iowa City, Indiana
Turned professional: 1998
Career high ranking: 7 (2014)
Zach Johnson has become known as one of golf’s best and most consistent players over the last decade. His first PGA TOUR victory was at the 2004 BellSouth Classic, but Johnson became a household name at the 2007 Masters Tournament when he beat Tiger Woods at the Augusta National.
Now a 12-time PGA TOUR winner and a member of four Ryder Cup and four Presidents Cup teams, Johnson has validated his reputation as the standard-bearer of consistency on the PGA TOUR. In 2015, Johnson outlasted the field and weather to win The Open Championship at St. Andrews.
In July 2010, Zach and his wife Kim founded the Zach Johnson Foundation, which benefits children in need in his hometown of Cedar Rapids, IA. Amongst its numerous programmes, the Foundation hosts the Zach Johnson Foundation Classic, an annual charity tournament featuring PGA TOUR players and local celebrities that serves as a hallmark for the Foundation's mission.
- 2015 British Open Winner
- 2013 BMW Championship Winner
David Love III
Name: Davis Love III
Place of birth: Charlotte, North Carolina
Turned professional: 1985
Career high ranking: 3 (1999)
A two-time Ryder Cup captain, and six-time Ryder Cup team member, Davis Love III is one of the most respected players in golf today.
Davis has amassed 21 PGA tournament victories, including 1997 PGA Championship and twice winning the Players Championship (1992 and 2003), and still participates at the highest standard, including a hole-in-one on Sunday at The Masters, 2016. Davis was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2017.
Beyond golf, Davis is also recipient of the USGA’s International Book Award in 1997 for ‘Every Shot I Take’ in which his honours his late father’s lessons and teachings on golf and life. In 2005, Davis and his wife Robin founded the Davis Love Foundation which contributes to the well-being and progress of society by supporting both national and community based programs that focus on children and their families. The David Love Foundation serves as host for the PGA Tour’s RSM Classic while Davis is the tournament chairman.
- 1997 PGA Championship Winner
- 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2002 and 2004 U.S. Ryder Cup team member
- 1992 and 2003 PLAYERS Championship Winner
- 2010 Ryder Cup Assistant Captain
- 2015 Wyndham Championship Winner
- 2012 and 2016 Ryder Cup Captain
Name: Chris Kirk
Place of birth: Atlanta, USA
Turned professional: 2007
Hailing from Atlanta, USA, Chris Kirk has proven himself in the amateur and professional ranks throughout his career. During his years at the University of Georgia, he helped lead the Bulldogs to the NCAA Championship in 2005. He also set a school record with seven individual victories, was a two time first-team All American and was awarded the Ben Hogan Award (given annually to the nation's top collegiate player) in 2007.
After turning professional in 2007, he earned two victories on the Web.com Tour before transitioning to the PGA TOUR full-time in 2011, where he earned four top-10 finishes and earned his first career TOUR win at the Viking Classic. He has since gone on to win three additional times on the PGA TOUR in 2014 at the RSM Classic and the Deutsche Bank Championship and in 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. He was a member of the 2007 Walker Cup team and the 2015 President’s Cup team. Chris has qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs each of the seven years since its inception with his highest finish being 2nd in 2014.
- 2007 Walker Cup
- 2010 Fort Smith Classic
- 2010 Knoxville News Sentinel Open
- 2011 Viking Classic
- 2014 The RSM Classic
- 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship
- 2015 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
- 2015 Presidents Cup
Name: Maria Fassi
Place of birth: Pachuca, Mexico
Turned Professional: 2019
Maria Fassi is a Mexican professional golfer on the LPGA, with a 2020 season-best T9 finish at the Marathon LPGA Classic. In addition to winning the Individual NCAA title in 2019, Maria played at the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur Championship and finished runner-up to her friend and rival Jennifer Kupcho. In December 2019, Maria earned her LPGA card, but deferred membership until she had graduated from the University of Arkansas. During this time she competed as an amateur and turned professional in May 2019, making her professional debut at the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open where she finished T12.
Having a family whose lives revolved around sports, Maria enjoys cooking with friends and family in Mexico and Arkansas, traveling, meditation and wellness. She recently formed the Maria Fassi Foundation where she promotes inclusivity in golf and creates a space for children with disabilities to learn and enjoy a sport with lifelong benefits.
- Recorded a season-best T9 finish at the Marathon LPGA Classic
- Made her professional debut at the 2019 U.S. Women's Open where she earned a career-best T12 finish
- As an amateur, had six career starts on the LPGA, including a career-best T15 finish at the 2016 Citi Banamex Lorena Ochoa Invitational
- 2019 NCAA Women's Championship Division I Individual Title
- 2018 and 2019 ANNIKA Award winner at the University of Arkansas
- 2018 WGCA First-Team All-American, SEC Golfer of the Year at the University of Arkansas
- 2015, 2016 and 2018 Mexican Amateur winner
Name: Megan Khang
Place of birth: Brockton, Massachusetts, USA
Turned professional: 2016
Megan Khang is an American professional golfer on the LPGA and is the first player of Hmong and Laotian descent to do so. Her parents came to the U.S with their respective families in the 1970s as refugees from the Vietnam War from Laos.
Megan started playing golf at age five with her dad having the most influence on her career. She was part of the 2019 Solheim Cup team and finished fifth at the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open.
Growing up in Massachusetts, Megan enjoys snowboarding, hiking, fishing, swimming and beach-going. Megan has partnered with and helps raise awareness and financial support for Golf Fore Africa, whose mission is to bring clean drinking water to rural areas in Zambia and end the global water crisis. She plays in their fundraising events every year with hopes to garner enough support to finance her own well in Zambia, bringing clean water, health and hope to more than 300 people living in poverty.
- Qualified for the 2019 Solheim Cup team
- Secured a season-best finish of solo fifth at the 2020 U.S. Women's Open, her career-best result in a major
- Earned a career-best seven top-10 finishes in 2019, including a season-best T4 at the Indy Women in Tech Championship and best career major finish with T8 at the Evian Championship
- Finished T6 to earn LPGA Membership for the 2016 season
- Helped Team USA win the Junior Solheim Cup and was only player to go 5-0
- Competed in the USGA U.S. Girls' Championship for seven years