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Meet Team AvidXchange

Driving efficiency in the AP process and on the golf course. 

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We help our customers to streamline AP workflows, freeing up their time to focus on what they do best. Golf demands intense concentration, and we’re proud to sponsor PGA TOUR and LPGA players who have mastered focusing on what they do best. Join us in welcoming Luke List, Michael Kim, and Gabi Ruffels to Team AvidXchange. Whether supporting them from afar or refining your swing at our exclusive events, we’re excited to have these professional golfers represent AvidXchange on and off the course.

Professional golfer Luke List.

Luke List

After graduating from Vanderbilt University in 2007, Luke launched his professional career joining the Nationwide Tour in 2010. Notable career highlights include his 2012 triumph at the South Georgia Classic along with his remarkable victory at the Farmers Insurance Open in 2022. In 2023, Luke secured another milestone by winning the Sanders Farms Championship showcasing his exceptional skill and determination.

Luke delivered an outstanding performance securing a joint second-place finish at the Genesis Invitational.

Michael Kim

Before turning pro, Michael Kim played collegiate golf at the University of California-Berkley where he received numerous awards including the Haskins Award, Nicklaus Award, and competed as a member of the Walker and Palmer Cup Teams. Michael joined the PGA TOUR in 2015 and won the 2018 John Deere Classic finishing with a record-breaking score of 27-under par.

His consistent scoring averages, driving accuracy and putting skills make him a formidable player to watch. If Michael wasn’t playing professional golf, he aspires to be an analyst for ESPN.

Professional golfer Michael Kim.
Professional golfer Gabi Ruffels.

Gabi Ruffels

A former tennis player turned golfer, Gabi played collegiate golf for the University of Southern California. Gabi has played in 22 LPGA TOUR events since 2019, making the cut in 14 of them and earning a best finish of T13 at the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open. In those 22 tournaments, she has recorded 16 rounds in the 60s, the best of which was a 7-under 65 at the 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club. Her first professional win came at the 2023 Carlisle Arizona Women’s Golf Classic on the Epson Tour.

Gabi became the first Australian to win the Epson Tour Player of the Year Award in 2023, cementing her LPGA TOUR card for the 2024 season.

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