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Born: 1977-01-26, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Nationality: GBR
Height: 6'1", Weight: 182lbs
Home: Victoria, Australia
Turned Pro: 1999
Official World Golf Ranking: 1949
Notes: Was at one time the Australian junior Tennis champion. Winner of the 1999 Rice Planters Amateur. Lists Greg Norman and tennis player Pat Rafter as his heroes.
Enjoyed a sensational rookie season on the Japan Golf Tour in 2003, with five top-10s, including runner-up efforts at the Suntory Open and the Bridgestone Open.
Captured his first Japanese Tour victory by four strokes at the 2004 Fujisankei Classic near Tokyo in June. Rounded out a successful 2004 season on ...

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Paul Sheehan

Was at one time the Australian junior Tennis champion. Winner of the 1999 Rice Planters Amateur. Lists Greg Norman and tennis player Pat Rafter as his heroes.

Enjoyed a sensational rookie season on the Japan Golf Tour in 2003, with five top-10s, including runner-up efforts at the Suntory Open and the Bridgestone Open.

Captured his first Japanese Tour victory by four strokes at the 2004 Fujisankei Classic near Tokyo in June. Rounded out a successful 2004 season on that Tour with a four-shot win at the season-ending Golf Nippon Series JT Cup. His strong play in 2004 led to a fourth-place finish on the Order of Merit.

Had his best season in 2005 with a 10th-place finish on the Order of Merit. Finished T2nd to Robert Allenby at the 2005 Australian Open. Had five top-10s on the Japan Golf Tour in 2005, with his best outing a third-place finish at the Sun Chlorella Classic. Had good year on Australasian Tour finishing 10th on the OOM. Threat to Robert Allenby's bid for the title at the Australian Open but finished T2nd. Also finished T9th at the season ending MasterCard Masters

In 2006 posted two top-10s in nine starts as a rookie on the 2006 Nationwide Tour. Posted rounds of 73-70-69-69 to finish at 7-under 281 along with Michael Sim at the Jacob's Creek Open Championship. Claimed his first Nationwide Tour victory with a bogey on the second extra hole. His win represented the fourth by an Australian since the event joined the Nationwide Tour schedule in 2002. In just his fourth start of the season, finished second at the inaugural Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship, three strokes behind winner Tripp Isenhour. Also played extensively during the season on the Japan Golf Tour, with 15 starts, highlighted by his third career victory on that tour at the Japan Open. Other strong outings were posted on the Australasian Tour at the MFS Australian Open Championship (T2nd) and the MasterCard Masters (T9th). Missed the cut in his only PGA Tour start at the Bay Hill Invitational presented by MasterCard. Australasian Tour Results: Johnnie Walker Classic: T42 Jacob's Creek Open: 1 ING NZ PGA Champ: T21 HSBC Champions Event: T54 MFS Australian Open: T26 MasterCard Masters: MC Cadbury Schweppes Aust PGA: MC

Played his rookie season on the PGA Tour in 2007, but managed just one made cut in 11 starts, finishing T64 at the Buick Open. Earned Tour status after finishing 20th on the 2006 Nationwide Tour money list. Results on Australasian Tour in 2007: T41 at the MasterCard Masters.

Made 13 cuts, including six top 25s in 21 Japan Golf Tour starts in 2008. Finished T11 at the Australian PGA Championship late in 2008. Played five events on Australasian Tour in 2008 making three cuts. Best finishes were T11 at Aust PGA Championship and T15 at Moonah Classic. Finished 22nd on Final OOM.
Played most of his golf in Japan in 2009, Japan PGA Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 19; in money - 10; Top-10 finishes - 1; scoring average - 72.02 (ranked 60th); money 8,534,432 or $224,897 (ranked 83rd); Best finish, T7th Nagashima Shigeo Invitational. Solid start to the 2009 Australasian Tour season with two top ten results. Finished T4 at the season opening Subaru Victorian Open, T11 at the Cellarbrations Vic PGA and T8 at the Nationwide Tour co-sanctioned Moonah Classic.

2010 Japan Golf Tour Record

Event Finish Score To Par Rounds Money

Token Homemate Cup T27th 289 +5 75-68-75-71 876,777

Tsuruya Open Cut 150 -8 74-76

The Crowns T2nd 272 -8 66-71-67-68 10,080,000

Japan PGA Championship Cut 150 -6 77-73 12,000,000


Diamond Cup Golf Cut 148 +4 74-74

Japan Golf Tour Championship 71st 310 +26 76-75-76-83 262,800


Sheehan has earned 11,219,577 ($122,598) and is presently 13th on the Japan Golf Tour in earnings in 2010

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 62, Cuts Made: 35 (56%), Top Tens: 6 (10%) , Rounds: 187, Scoring Avg: 71.90, Career Earnings: $648,450 - Best Finish: Jacob's Creek (1st)
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