Harris English

A winning partnership.

With four PGA Tour victories, including two wins in 2021, Harris English has established himself as one of the most skilled athletes in golf.

In 2020, Harris accepted our invitation join the M3COM team. We proudly support Harris, not only as an athlete, but a person who models the M3COM values of character and integrity.

Harris credits golf for providing the community, inspiration, and principles of sportsmanship that helped him become the person he is today.

Driven by Core Values

Harris credits golf for providing the community, inspiration, and principles of sportsmanship that helped him become the person he is today.

But Harris is driven by values inherent to golf—values shared by the people of M3COM: integrity, perseverance, and respect. “To be a member of the M3COM team means you truly care about the work you do,” says Harris. “You consider the impact that your work has on other people and how it reflects on your character. You live by a set of core values, and every day you endeavor to be your best self. I share that drive and those values, and I’m proud to represent this team.”

To be a member of the M3COM team means you live by a set of core values. I share that drive and those values, and I’m proud to represent this team.

Harris English

Golf Career

Harris English started his golf career at The Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he won five state titles.

During those years, Harris competed in tournaments hosted by the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour, an organization he continues to support that has recognized his success with the annual SJGT Harris English Invitational in Thomasville, Georgia.

In 2007, Harris joined the Bulldog golf team at the University of Georgia, where he continued to pursue his passion for the sport and secure a win on the Korn Ferry tour. After graduating in 2011, Harris debuted as a professional golfer, earning his PGA Tour card. His professional achievements include four PGA Tour victories and 38 top ten finishes, a third-place finish at the 2021 US Open, and he ended the 2021 season ranked #4 in FedEx Cup points. Harris played a key role helping the U.S. team win back the Ryder Cup in 2020.