Brad Kennedy

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Past Champion

2011 & 2020

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Age: 49 years old
Place of Birth: Queensland, Australia
Turned Professional: 1994

Notable Achievements

  • 2021 TPS Victoria
  • 2020 New Zealand Open
  • 2018 Sega Sammy Cup (Japan)
  • 2016 NZPGA Championship
  • 2013 Queensland PGA Championship
  • 2013 Kansai Open (both Japan Tour)
  • 2010 Western Australian Open
  • 2012 Gateway to the Open Mizuno Open
  • 2011 New Zealand Open

Australian Brad Kennedy is the first player to win the New Zealand Open twice since Greg Turner in 1989 and 1997, Australian Rodger Davis in 1981 and 1986 and American Corey Pavin in 1984-1985.

Kennedy has two New Zealand Open titles to his credit, winning at Clearwater Golf Club, Christchurch in 2011 where he outlasted the great Craig Parry in a playoff.

After missing out to Michael Hendry in the three-way playoff in 2017, he won the NZPGA Championship in 2016 before his second victory at Millbrook in 2020 in a commanding performance of low-scoring.

The quiet-spoken Sydneysider currently plies his trade on the Japan Tour where he has won three times with career earnings of around NZ$5m in Japan alone.

He has always prospered at Millbrook at one of his favourite tournaments. As well as his second victory in 2020, he was T2 in 2017 and T4 in 2019.

Kennedy has 14 wins as a professional led by six on the PGA Tour of Australasia and three on the Japan Golf Tour, with his exploits in 2020-21 earning his the PGA Tour of Australasia OOM winner and voted Player of the Year.

Check out the highlights from Brad’s victory in 2020.

Last updated 2 October, 2023

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