Coffs golf professional secures playing card for PGA Tour Australasia

Andrew Campbell practicing.

COFFS Harbour’s Andrew Campbell has secured his playing card for the ISPS Handa PGA Tour Australasia season.

The professional golfer secured his playing card in the recent Australasian Qualifying School’s final stage.

The 33-year-old will now be able to play in the 21 events on offer on the Australasian tour, which got underway at the 2023 Papua New Guinea Open last week.

Campbell said he was happy to secure his card on the tour after playing well to qualify.

“I played well, I had a couple of average days to finish, but I sort of managed myself well enough to get myself through and give myself a card for the season and a job for the year.”

He said he had previous good results in Papua New Guinea.

“I’ve played the course, I’m comfortable there, I’ve had some good finishes, so I’m just looking to get the season started off well and really set myself up for the rest of the year,” he said.

Campbell said he knew what it took to win after seven seasons on the tour.

“I know from all my years of experience now that I know what it takes to win, and I know that I am capable of doing that, provided I put it together for the week,” he said.

“Mentally and physically I’m feeling good, so if I can drive the ball well, and pitch and chip the ball well I know I’m going to be in with a chance.”


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