When his parents named him after the legendary Ben Hogan, Benny was destined to become a professional golfer.

Before Benny was born, his father bought a piece of land and built a public nine-hole course and driving range, Pachesham Golf Centre.  Benny fell in love with the game of golf and honed his skills on that piece of property.

As a junior golfer in England, Benny steadily improved and won the Abu Dhabi Daily Telegraph Junior Championship at age 18. He played collegiate golf in the United States at Nova Southeastern University and led them to the Division II NCAA Championship. Following his success at Nova, he transferred to LSU, where he led them to the Division I title in 2015 – holing the winning putt in a thrilling final match. He remains the only golfer in history to win both a Division I and Division II National Championship.

Taylor’s approach to Tour Q-School

MacKenzie Tour player Ben Taylor joins Charlie Rymer to talk about what he is doing to try and make it to the Tour.

Taylor reveals his bumpy journey to becoming a champion Tour Club Colombia Championship winner Ben Taylor reveals his journey getting on tour and becoming a winner.

Player’s Take: Ben Taylor

Before this week’s Panama Championship, Taylor takes time to talk about his professional path and how trading in his skates and sticks for spikes and clubs helped him on his journey.

Ben Taylor messes with fans at LSU baseball game

LSU alum Ben Taylor returns to his alma mater to throw the first pitch for LSU-Tulane. First, though, he takes the mic and interviews fans about Ben Taylor.