• Gavin FLINT

    AUS

    • Date of birth Aug 21, 1981
    • Turned Pro 2004
    • Residence Singapore
    • Family Single

Biography

Father introduced him to golf when he was 10 years old and was the greatest influence in his career. Admires Greg Norman and Vijay Singh for their work ethics and determination. Enjoyed a successful amateur career with numerous titles and awards.

Career Highlights

  1. Gavin started his 2010 season with a victory at the Air Bagan Myanmar Masters, the first ever tournament on the Asian Development Tour
  2. The Singapore-based Australian posted three top-10s during the season
  3. In 2011, he posted a lone top-10 at the Queen’s Cup in Thailand and lost his Tour card for the first time in five seasons
  4. In limited Asian Tour events in 2012, he registered tied 15th and 21st finishes at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters in Malaysia and Yeangder Tournament Players Championship in Chinese Taipei
  5. In 2009, he registered a tied-11th finish at the season-opening Asian Tour International
  6. Subsequently posted back-to-back top-10s at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters and Hero Honda Indian Open to safely keep his Tour card
  7. After missing his full card by finishing two rungs too low on the Order of Merit in 2006, Gavin established himself with consistent performances on the Asian Tour in 2007 and 2008
  8. In 2008, Gavin enjoyed top-10s at the Philippine Open and Pertamina Indonesia President Invitational and four other top-20s and savoured a strong second half of the season by missing only one cut in his last 14 tournaments
  9. In 2007, Gavin showed his mettle with two top-10s and four top-20s as well to finish 30th on the Order of Merit
  10. The Australian, who is half Singaporean, also enjoyed the honour of shooting the season’s first albatross at the Maybank Malaysian Open
  11. He was tied 10th in the Pakistan Open and Iskandar Johor Open and ended the season with a commendable 11th place finish at the Volvo Masters of Asia
  12. In his debut in 2006, he finished in the top-10 at the Johnnie Walker Classic in Australia which was the main highlight of his year
  13. He ended the season just outside the top-60 of the Order of Merit but quickly regained his card for the 2007 season when he claimed joint fifth place at the Qualifying School in Thailand
  14. He finished first in the 2004 Australasian Tour Qualifying School
  15. He was also a member of the Australian Amateur Team in 2004.

Other wins

  1. Other Wins: (2)
  2. 2010 Air Bagan Myanmar Masters
  3. 2005 New South Wales PGA Championship
  4. Amateur Wins: (6)
  5. 2004 New Zealand Amateur Championship
  6. 2004 New South Wales State Amateur Championship
  7. 2003 Queensland Amateur Golfer of the Year
  8. 2003 Queensland Amateur Golfer of the Year
  9. 2003 Victorian State Amateur Championship
  10. 2003 Queensland State Amateur Championship
 

Tournament Results

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