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Brandon Hagy Brandon Hagy (born March 21, 1991) is an American professional golfer.
Brandon Hagy In college he competed for the California Golden Bears. While there he won the 2014 Byron Nelson Award.
Brandon Hagy After turning pro in 2014, Hagy competed in Tour Q School but failed to advance to the final stage, and therefore had no status on any major tour in 2015. Through sponsor exemptions and Monday qualifying, he made six starts in 2015 on the Tour and eight on the PGA Tour, including the 2015 U.S. Open, for which he earned a spot through local and sectional qualifying.
Brandon Hagy Hagy finished tied for 79th at the final stage of Tour Q School in 2015, earning conditional status for the 2016 Tour. Thanks to five top-ten finishes in 16 events, he finished 19th on the regular-season money list, earning a PGA Tour card for the 2017 season. Hagy is not considered a PGA Tour rookie for 2017 since he played in eight PGA Tour events in 2015, more than the maximum of seven allowed to retain rookie status.
Jessica Hagy Jessica Hagy is known for the online cartoon Indexed which is a collection of charts and diagrams hand drawn on 3x5 index cards and organized into a blog format. She has compiled her cartoons into a book called "Indexed". The cartoon has also appeared in Freakonomics, "Plenty", "Good Magazine", and Indexed was voted by readers on as the best blog of 2008.
Wild Bill Hagy William "Wild Bill" Hagy (June 17, 1939 – August 20, 2007) was an American baseball fan and cab driver from Dundalk, Maryland who led famous "O-R-I-O-L-E-S" chants during the late 1970s and early 1980s from section 34 in the upper deck at Memorial Stadium.
Wild Bill Hagy Hagy's last known O-R-I-O-L-E-S cheer was performed at Ripken's Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Cooperstown, New York. Hagy died at his home in Arbutus, Maryland in 2007.
Wild Bill Hagy In 1985, Hagy boycotted Memorial Stadium for not being allowed to bring in his own beer. At the end of a game he tossed his cooler of beer onto the field, never to return.
Wild Bill Hagy On Tuesday, June 17, 2008 the Baltimore Orioles honored "Wild" Bill Hagy by handing out honorary #34 T-shirts on their "T-shirt Tuesday."
Wild Bill Hagy Hagy is said to symbolize the term "Orioles Magic" as his cheers sometimes led to comeback victories for the Orioles. Eventually the team recognized his enthusiasm and let him do his Orioles cheers from atop the dugout. Hagy's fame led him to meet Presidents such as Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan, and to get writeups in "The New York Times".