Gareth Paddison

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Age: 41 years old
Place of Birth: Wellington, New Zealand
Turned Professional: 2001

Notable Achievements

  • 1999 New Zealand Amateur Stroke Play Championship
  • 2002 Dunedin Classic
  • 2004 Victorian Open
  • 2007 Challenge de France
  • 2011 Queensland PGA Championship
  • 2012 Victorian PGA Championship
  • 2014 Victorian PGA Championship

Paddison, a New Zealand left hander won the New Zealand Amateur Stroke Play Championship and the Queensland Amateur Championship in 1999 and the Canadian Amateur Championship in 2001. He would also represent New Zealand at the 2000 Eisenhower Trophy.

He earned a start at the PGA Tour’s Canadian Open in 2001, making the cut in an event in which Tiger Woods did not. Paddison turned professional in late 2001 and earned his Australasian Tour card almost immediately.

He was named the Australasian Tour’s rookie of the year in 2002, winning an event in his homeland in Dunedin assisting his cause.

Paddison has gone on to win five PGA Tour of Australasia titles along with one of the European Challenge Tour and others on the Von Nida Tour in Australia. He has been twice 3rd in flagship Australian events, the Australian PGA and Masters Championships, his 3rd place at the Australian PGA Championship in 2001 coming after leading late in the final round in what was his rookie season.

Last updated 4 June, 2020

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