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Official World Golf Ranking: 1140
Born: Sun,Oct 28,1973 - Wauchope, New South Wales, Australia
Age: 50y 8m 20d, Nationality: AUS
Height: 5'11, Weight: 195lbs
Home: Sale, Victoria, Australia
Turned Pro: 1995
Notes: Comes from a golfing background, both his mother and father having single figure handicaps. First played golf aged five. Hobbies include cricket and joins a growing band of Australian players who enjoy sports car racing, including Richard Green and Wade Ormsby. Cites his parents as the biggest influence on his career. The coach was Denis McDade, a teacher at the Victorian Institute of Sport. Attended the Australian Institute of Sport on a golf scholarship. After winning a co...

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David Bransdon

Comes from a golfing background, both his mother and father having single figure handicaps. First played golf aged five. Hobbies include cricket and joins a growing band of Australian players who enjoy sports car racing, including Richard Green and Wade Ormsby. Cites his parents as the biggest influence on his career. The coach was Denis McDade, a teacher at the Victorian Institute of Sport. Attended the Australian Institute of Sport on a golf scholarship.
After winning a couple of amateur titles, David turned professional in 1995 and won the Samoa Open in 1999 and 2000. His next win came at the 2013 Lexus of Blackburn Heritage Classic. He won again on the Australian Tour at the 2015 Isuzu Queensland Open.
Since turning pro in 1995, he has played in 437 professional events. His best year was 2015, when he played 12 times on the Australian Tour and had 4 top-tens, including the Queensland victory and runner-up at the BMW New Zealand Open. He finished 8th on the order of merit for the year.
2018 Notes: Has played nine events on the Japan and Asian Tours, best finish was T-4th at the ISPS Handa New Zealand Open. It was his only top-ten of the year.
Shinnecock Hills was his first major championship and Bransdon has only played twice in America, missing the 1996 FedEx St. Jude Classic cut and the 2018 U.S. Open.
In 2023, he entered the PGA Tour Champions Qualifying tournament, placing 5th in the first stage and T-5th in the final stage, thereby obtaining his Champions Tour card for 2024.
2024 Notes: In his first PGA Tour champions start was T-21st at the Chubb Classic. Best finish was T-9th at the Hoag Classic.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 131, Cuts Made: 78 (60%), Top Tens: 6 (5%) , Rounds: 399, Scoring Avg: 72.03, Career Earnings: $1,022,807 - Best Finish: Australian PGA (T-4th)
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