When Tiger Woods isn’t available, just call Justin Hueber.
The 2009 UIndy Sports Marketing graduate filled in for the injured Woods over the weekend, teaming with Matt Kuchar to post a win for the United States at the 2015 Bridgestone America’s Golf Cup in Mexico City. They put up a 34-under total of 250 in four rounds at the PGA Tour Latinoamerica event.
Hueber, who grew up in Fort Wayne, was a two-time GLVC Player of the Year as a Greyhound, helping the team to two straight trips to the conference championship. In his senior year, he claimed six individual titles as well as medalist honors at the championship and broke his own record with a new single-season mark of 71.1 strokes per round. He went pro after graduating and currently is fifth on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica money list.