Few golfing professionals achieve the heights of success like Paul Gow. Following 17 years as a globally renowned golfer, Paul has established a reputation as a highly skilled sportsman, as well as a keen advocate for the broader golfing community. Paul’s skill and experience is best exemplified through some of his most notable achievements to date, including:
• Winner Canon Challenge 2000 Australian PGA Tour
• US PGA Tour 5 years US Nationwide Tour 9 years
• Australian PGA Tour 16 years
• Representative of Australia World Cup Golf 1999
• Played 2000 US Open Golf at Pebble Beach (won by Tiger Woods)
• Played 2002 US Open Golf at Bethepage (won by Tiger Woods)
• Runner Up to Jeff Sluman in a playoff at the PGA Tour BC Open, NY 2001
• 3 x Winner: US Nationwide Tour (1997, 2000, 2006)
• Record: Lowest 18 hole score of 60 in an Australian PGA (par 72)
• Record: Most amounts of birdies in 72 hole golf tournament on the US PGA Tour, with a total of 32.
As well as his popularity on the golf course, Paul is also well recognised in the sporting media. Paul is currently a regular on The Big Sports Breakfast (SKY Sports Radio), Co- Host on Fox Sports Golf Show.