- Senior from Danville, CA, turned pro in 2019 after playing in the 2019 Walker Cup
- Named to the winning 2019 Walker Cup team along with teammate Isaiah Salinda
- Medalist at the 2019 US Amateur with rounds of 65-72
- Played on 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 teams. In his stellar career finished 4th on the all-time Stanford career scoring list behind Tiger Woods averaging 71.46 over 137 rounds. Named 2nd team All-American and an All-American Scholar in 2018-19. Named All West Region plus All-Pac 12 team and All-American Scholar in 2017-18. Qualified for the 2019 US Open and British Open becoming the first amateur to do so in almost 50 years, making the US Open cut. In 2018-19 had one individual win and five top 10 finishes, averaging a team low 70.62 and securing 4 straight match play wins in the National Championship victory. Averaged a team low 70.61 in twelve 2017-18 events with four top ten finishes. Averaged 72.03 in eleven 2016-17 events with four top ten finishes. Averaged 72.68 in eleven 2015-16 events with one top 10 event.
- Named to the All-West Regional team for his play in the 2017-18 season. Was selected as an All-American scholar for the 2017-18 season
- For the 2017-18 season, named team MVP and a First Team All-Pac 12 selection.
- Had two 2nd place finishes in the 2017-18 season, four top 10 finishes and 7 top 25 finishes in 17 events.
- In the 2017-18 season finished 2nd at the NCAA Pacific Regional in May 2018 with rounds of 67-67-68 202, 14 under par. Also finished 2nd at the Nike Collegiate in Oct. 2017 with rounds of 65-66-70 201, 12 under par.
- His 71.68 career scoring average after two seasons puts Brandon in 8th place all-time at Stanford.
- Ties for 7th at the Bayonet/Black Horse Amateur on rounds of 71-71-78 220
- Ties for 23rd in the 2015 Southwestern Amateur on rounds of 66-73-75-73 287
- Ties for 26th in the AJGA Rolex TOC with 72-70-76-74 292
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- Prepped at Deerfield Academy (Mass.)
- Earned four varsity letters in golf and swimming | Led team to 2013 New England Championship in golf and swimming
- Four top-10 AJGA finishes | Five top-5 AJGA finishes
- Second in 2014 NCGA Stroke Play Championship
- Born in Danville, Calif.
- Son of Yichun Wu and Xiaobing Zhang | Two brothers, Evan and Michael
- Enjoys attending baseball, basketball and hockey games | Plays recreational hockey
- Ranked 60th in 2015 class of high school golfers
- Lived in Beijing for five years