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Born: 1996-06-21, Cape Town, South Africa
Nationality: za
Height: 6' 1, Weight: 175lbs
Home: Las Vegas, Nev.
College: Oregon
Turned Pro: 2016
Joined PGA Tour: 2017
Official World Golf Ranking: 110
Notes: Born in Cape Town, South Africa, Wise was chipping in the backyard with his dad for longer than he can remember. At age 5, he began playing competitively before moving to Lake Elsinore, Calif., during middle school. During that time, Wise began to spend a lot of time on the tennis court as well as the golf course until he eventually hit a crossroads in his early high-school years. He felt he had to choose one sport to really work on his game and become great rather than...

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Aaron Wise

Born in Cape Town, South Africa, Wise was chipping in the backyard with his dad for longer than he can remember. At age 5, he began playing competitively before moving to Lake Elsinore, Calif., during middle school.
During that time, Wise began to spend a lot of time on the tennis court as well as the golf course until he eventually hit a crossroads in his early high-school years. He felt he had to choose one sport to really work on his game and become great rather than just be very good at both. He chose golf.
As a junior in high school, he won the California Interscholastic Federation Central Division Individual Championship. He qualified for the U.S. Amateur three times, in 2013, '14 and '15, but never reached match play. He won the 2015 Pacific Coast Amateur at Eugene (Ore.) Country Club.
Wise's remarkable play jumped dramatically when he arrived at Oregon. He earned medalist honors in the fall of his freshman year at the Kaanapali Collegiate Classic. That, along with earning medalist honors at the Desert Mountain Intercollegiate, pushed him to the 2015 Second-Team All-Pac-12 and 2015 DI PING All-Region West Team.
In 2016, Wise became the first player since Kevin Chappell in 2008 to win the NCAA Championship in both the individual and team competitions. He also earned PING First-Team All-American and All-Pace-12 honors.
With all of his success, Wise saw himself at another crossroads. Because he was spending so much time playing golf, he was being forced into a more general degree rather than taking the law classes he was most interested in. He chose golf again and decided to turn professional soon after the NCAA Championships.
2016 Notes: After turning pro, he won the PGA Tour Canada Qualifying Tournament and played in seven Canadian events. He finished in the top-10 in all but two starts (worst finish T-15th), winning the Syncrude Oil Country Championship and finishing 3rd at the Freedom 55 Financial Championship. Ended the year 4th on the money list with $can 65,313 in earnings. Earned medalist honors at U.S. Open Section Qualifying to make his professional debut at Oakmont Country Club, where he missed the cut. Playing at the John Deere Classic in mid-August, posted rounds of 69-70-63-70 to finish T-16 and make his first cut on the PGA Tour.
2017 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments Entered - 16; In Money - 11; Top-10 Finishes - 2; Scoring Average - 69.53 (Rank 9th); Money - $199,922 (Rank 18th); Finals Money - $12,650 (72nd); Priority Rank (36th); Best Finish, 1st, Air Capital Classic. Secured his PGA Tour card for the 2017-18 season with an 18th-place finish on the 2017 Korn Ferry Tour Regular Season money list. Played six PGA Tour events, with his best finish a T-10th at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open playing on a sponsor's invite.
2018 Notes: Played 29 PGA Tour events and made 16 cuts with four top-10 finishes. Was 24th in the FedExCup standings. Almost won in his 25th career start on the PGA Tour with a T-2nd finish at the Wells Fargo Championship. Entered the final round one shot back and made just one bogey in shooting 68 to finish two shots behind winner Jason Day. Went into the final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson tied with Marc Leishman at 17-under before closing with a six-under 65 to win by three over the Australian. Wise's first career PGA Tour win came in his 26th career start at the age of 21 years, 10 months, 29 days, making him the youngest winner since Si Woo Kim (21 days, 10 months, 16 days) at the 2017 Players Championship. After the Nelson victory, Wise struggled and missed the cut in his next five starts. He broke the streak at the WGC-Bridgestone, where he shot 67-67 on the weekend to finish T-6th. Opened the FedExCup Playoffs with a T-5th at The Northern Trust and played all four playoff events and finished 24th in the FedExCup race.
2019 Notes: Best finish, T-10th at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 79, Cuts Made: 49 (62%), Top Tens: 9 (11%) , Rounds: 252, Scoring Avg: 69.99, Career Earnings: $5,203,741 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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