“I've found that if I'm not trying to get better in every area, I'm going to be sliding backwards.”
Competitor. Winner. Leader.
Whether he’s giving his best on the golf course or giving back off of it, Webb Simpson upholds a championship vision for success. The PGA Tour veteran, who won the 2012 U.S. Open and is ranked among the top golfers in the world, has served as a prominent brand ambassador for Empower since June 2018.
Throughout his partnership with Empower, Simpson has displayed a remarkable dedication to excellence, while promoting the same principles that define the spirited culture at Empower.
“One of the most important things, if not the most important, is that our values are shared,” Simpson stated. “If accountability and integrity aren’t shared between me and the company, it probably won’t be a good fit. When you’re full of integrity (like Empower is), people believe in you and people trust you. I think that’s so important, not only in golf but also in business and in life.”
Simpson’s career highlights include:
- Winner of the 2012 U.S. Open.
- Players Championship title in 2018.
- Seven PGA Tour wins.
- Vardon Trophy in 2020.
- Byron Nelson Award in 2020.
“By aligning with Webb it gives our brand global recognition,” said Edmund F. Murphy III, CEO and president of Empower Retirement. “He’s a terrific talent who is exceling at the highest level of his sport.”
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