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Official World Golf Ranking: 305
Born: Sat,May 22,1993 - Watford, England
Age: 29y 1m 15d, Nationality: GB
Height: 6', Weight: 175lbs
Home: Buckland, England
Turned Pro: 2013, Joined European Tour: 2016
Notes: Began his sporting life as a junior boxer, a talent which is in his blood' his cousin Miles Shinkwin is a light heavyweight professional boxer who competes nationally and has hopes of an international career. Miles won his 12th successive fight on the Friday evening of the 2015 NBO Golf Classic Grand Final, before Callum claimed a European Tour card for the first time in his career the following day with tied third place in Oman securing 13th spot in the Rankings. He is ...

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Callum Shinkwin

Began his sporting life as a junior boxer, a talent which is in his blood' his cousin Miles Shinkwin is a light heavyweight professional boxer who competes nationally and has hopes of an international career. Miles won his 12th successive fight on the Friday evening of the 2015 NBO Golf Classic Grand Final, before Callum claimed a European Tour card for the first time in his career the following day with tied third place in Oman securing 13th spot in the Rankings.
He is from Hertfordshire, England and is a member of Moor Park Golf Club. Callum had a stellar amateur career which included winning the Carris Trophy as well as the South American Amateur Championship. He celebrated the biggest win of his amateur career in 2013 when he defeated Matthew Fitzpatrick 4&3 in a thrilling 36 hole final of the English Amateur Championship. This led him to be selected for the prestigious Walker Cup team later that year.
2014 Notes: On turning pro was able to get a European Challenge Tour card for 2014. Played in 19 events making 13 cuts with 5 top-10 finishes. Best was 2nd at the Challenge de Catalunya and then a T-3rd at the Rolex Trophy. Finished the year 34th on the Road to Oman.
2015 Notes: Back on the Challenge tour with the help of experienced caddie David McNeilly, who has carried the bag for Sir Nick Faldo, Retief Goosen and Padraig Harrington in the past. Played in 15 events making 9 cuts. Was in the top-10, 5 times with three 3rd place finishes at the Turkish Airlines Challenge, Kazakhstan Open, and NBO Golf Classic. The last third-place finish helped him to 13th in the Race to Oman and thus getting his European Tour card for 2016.
2016 Notes: In his first year on the European Tour, played in 23 events making 17 cuts with 2, top-ten finishes. Got his first top-10 of the year at the French Open, his T-9th finish got him a spot into the Open Championship at Troon. Was T-8th at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open. Went on to finish 83rd in the Race to Dubai with euros399,363 in earnings.
2017 Notes: Played in 22 European Tour events making 10 cuts with two top-ten finishes. Got off to a slow start after finishing T-23rd in Abu Dhabi, he didn't play on the weekend in 9 straight events. Made the cut in the French Open, but shot 81 in the final day to finish T-66th. In his next start in Ireland finished T-30th, his best finish since Abu Dhabi. Had things rolling on the back nine on Sunday at the Scottish Open, he went into the 72nd hole with a one-shot lead but bogey the par 5 and then lost the playoff to Rafa Cabrera Bello when he birdied the first extra hole. Shinkwin did get a second consolation prize with a trip to play in the British Open, but he missed the cut at Royal Birkdale. Got to play in all the playoff events, for the year earned euro1,007,482 and he placed 22nd in the Race to Dubai.
2018 Notes: Played in 22 events making 11 cuts with one top-ten finish. Best finish T-8th at the Italian Open, he won euro265,543 but since he finished 119th in the Race to Dubai lost his tour card. Regained limited status for 2019 at Final Qualifying stage.
2019 Notes: Finished T-10th at both the ISPS Handa Vic Open and the BMW International. Was T-6th at the Hero Indian Open. Unfortunately, he was a co-leader after the third round but shot 78 in the final round to finish 4 shots back of the winner Stephen Gallacher.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 147, Cuts Made: 87 (59%), Top Tens: 16 (11%) , Rounds: 443, Scoring Avg: 71.34, Career Earnings: $3,328,554 - Best Finish: Aphrodite Hills (1st)
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