Modest Golf Management are delighted to confirm that Guido Migliozzi has resigned with the business on a long-term management deal.

Guido first signed with Modest Golf in 2017 after a hugely successful amateur career which included winning numerous titles such as the Portuguese Amateur Championship in 2016 along with representing his country at The Eisenhower Trophy that same year.

Having turned professional Guido went on to win three times on the Alps Tour in the space of 12 months before securing his 2019 European Tour card at the 2018 European Tour School qualifier.

In 2019 in his debut rookie season as a European Tour member Guido won twice on Europe’s largest golfing stage winning the Magical Kenya Open and the Belgium Knockout propelling him inside the world’s top 100 golfers.

Owner of Modest Golf Management Niall Horan commented ‘We are beyond thrilled to resign Guido on a long-term management deal. Guido was the first signing to the Modest Golf business after we launched in 2016 and we’ve enjoyed every second of working alongside Guido. He has packed so much into the first three years as a professional and with his passion, drive and work ethic we know there is still so much more to come’.

Guido Migliozzi commented ‘I’m excited to resign with Modest Golf after working with them since 2017 and thank them for all the support they have provided me. I am looking forward to the future with a great team of people around me’.