Brady Exber is the most decorated and accomplished amateur golfer in Southern Nevada history. Exber has earned nine Southern Nevada Golf Association Player of the Year Awards, in addition to winning the 2014 Canadian Senior Amateur and British Senior Amateur, and more than 100 amateur titles overall. The Brady Exber Trophy is now awarded to current Southern Nevada Golf Association golfers who earn Player of the Year.
At age 66, Exber is still competing at a high-level and won the 2023 Nevada State Senior Amateur and the 2022 Clark County Senior Amateur, among other titles.
Exber, the son of legendary Las Vegas casino icon Mel Exber, has not only done it on the course, but has invested in the Southern Nevada community through volunteerism and philanthropy. Exber has served as the president of the Southern Nevada Golf Association and Nevada State Golf Association, official allied associations of the United States Golf Association, among other leadership roles.
Exber’s 2024 induction into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame will be the third time he has earned hall of fame status. He was inducted into the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame in 2006 and the National Senior Golf Amateur Hall of Fame in 2017. He is the first lifetime amateur golfer to be inducted into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame for his playing accomplishments.
Exber’s father partnered with the legendary Jackie Gaughan and operated the Las Vegas Club, El Cortez and other businesses. The late Mel Exber was one of the top bookmakers in Las Vegas history. Brady Exber operated the Las Vegas Club following his father’s passing.
Born: March 29, 1956
Claim to Fame: Exber is the most accomplished amateur golfer in Southern Nevada history with more than 100 overall tournament victories and is a 9-time Southern Nevada Golf Association Player of the Year.