Jack Wilson

Jack turned Professional by joining the PGA Trainee Program. During his three years in the program Jack was one of the top performing Trainees in both academics and playing earning many accolades along the way. Due to his successful playing as a Trainee, Jack earned status on the PGA Tour of Australasia from 2011. In 2013 Jack won the WA Goldfields PGA Championship in a playoff over New Zealander Nick Gillespie. With this win he became the first Trainee to win a PGA Tour of Australasia tournament and secured full status on the Tour.

An outstanding performance at the Australian PGA Championship brought Jack into the spotlight and even earned the attention and praise of World Number 1, Adam Scott.

In 2014, Jack is also competing on OneAsia and has had limited invites on the European Tour and European Challenge Tour.

In 2017, Jack won the 61st Border Open (Pro-am) and has been competing on the PGA Tour of Australasia.

Media Notes.

  • Was awarded a VIS Scholarship in 2012.
  • 2012 Trainee Captain
  • In 2012 and 2013 Jack was awarded the PGA Trainee of the Year.
  • He became the first Trainee to win a PGA Tour of Australasia tournament when he won the 2013 WA Goldfields PGA Championship.
  • As a PGA Trainee he won 2011 Victorian Trainee Matchplay Championship,
  • 2011 Victorian Trainee Order of Merit,
  • 2012 NSW/ACT Trainee Championship,
  • 2012 Victorian Trainee Order of Merit,
  • 2013 CPM Southern Trainee Championship

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