• Date of birth May 11, 1978
    • Turned Pro 2006
    • Residence Bacolod City, Manila
    • Family Married


Learned the game at the age of 13 from his father, Juanito, who is also a professional golfer. Possesses a graceful golf swing and a pleasant disposition where he always carry a smile on his face. Says “only a shadow can imitate my golf swing.”

Career Highlights

  1. In 2017, Juvic notched four top-10 finishes, including two joint runner-up results in Singapore and Chinese Taipei.
  2. Juvic rewrote a slice of history by becoming the first Filipino to win the coveted Order of Merit trophy in 2011.
  3. While he did not win a tournament, four top-10s, including a runner-up finish at the Singapore Open, saw him rise to the top.
  4. He had a putt in the play-off against Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano to win in Singapore but missed.
  5. The sweet-swinging Juvic broke through with a stylish victory at the Pertamina Indonesia President Invitational in 2007.
  6. He produced a grandstand finish with a birdie, eagle to pip India’s Ghaganjeet Bhullar to the title.
  7. Juvic also came close to a second title at the season-ending Volvo Masters of Asia, leading on the back nine on Sunday but bogeyed the demanding 18th hole at Thai Country Club to lose by one shot to Prayad Marksaeng.
  8. After winning numerous amateur titles and clinching two gold medals in the 2005 Southeast Asian Games in Manila, Juvic joined the professional ranks.
  9. In the same year, Juvic contended at the UBS Hong Kong Open where he challenged Jose Manuel Lara all the way to the title before settling for second place.
  10. In 2004, Juvic came close to winning the Philippine Open when he was still an amateur.
  11. He entered the final day as the co-leader but settled for the runner-up place, three shots behind Edward Michaels.

Asian Tour Victories

  1. Asian Tour victory: (1)
  2. 2007 Pertamina Indonesia President Invitational.

Other wins

  1. Other wins: 2006 The Country Club Invitational, Philippines
  2. 2007 Negeri Masters, Malaysia
  3. 2008 The Country Club Invitational, Philippines
  4. 2010 ICTSI-Riviera Classic, Philippines
  5. 2010 Mercedes-Benz Masters Thailand
  6. 2011 ICTSI-Philippine Golf Tour
  7. 2012 The Country Club Invitational, Philippines.
  8. 2005 Manila SEA Games individual and team
  9. 2005 Philippine Amateur Golf champion
  10. 2005 Thailand Amateur champion
  11. 2005 Malaysian Amateur Open champion
  12. 2001 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games individual.

Asian Development Tour victories: (2)2010 Bali Open2015 Abotiz Invitational, Philippines

Tournament Results

Tournament Pos R1 R2 R3 R4 Score TO PAR Earnings
SMBC Singapore Open T64 71 70 77 71 289 5 US$ 2,850

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