Cameron  Smith, Titleist Golf Ambassador
Cameron  Smith, Titleist Golf Ambassador

Cameron Smith

  • Australia Australia Nationality
  • Pro V1x Titleist Golf Ball
  • TSi3 Titleist Driver
  • 30 World Ranking

Player Profile:
Cameron Smith is an Australian professional golfer. He partnered with Jonas Blixt to win the 2017 Zurich Classic of New Orleans. His biggest individual successes have been in winning the 2020 Sony Open in Hawaii and the Australian PGA Championship, which he won back-to-back in 2017 and 2018.

Brisbane, Australia Birthplace
n/a College
$12,839,697 Career Earnings
85th 297.9 Driving Distance
34th 4.43 Birdie Average
13th 66.07 Sand Save Percentage
92nd .100 SG Off The Tee
134th -.059 SG Approach To The Green
52nd .386 SG Around The Green
40th 70.357 Scoring Average
114th 68.52% GIR Percentage

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PGA Tour Season Streak

BEST YTD STREAK W/O A 3-PUTT

192

Think you know Cameron?

At what tournament and in what year did Cameron Smith win his first PGA Tour event?

Cameron won his first PGA TOUR title with birdie at the fourth hole of sudden-death playoff at the 2017 Zurich Classic of New Orleans with teammate Jonas Blixt, defeating the team of Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown.

At what tournament in 2018 did Cameron successfully defend his title?

Smith successfully defended his title at the 2018 Australian PGA Championship, winning by two shots over Marc Leishman. He started the final round with a three-shot lead at RACV Royal Pines Resort and closed with a 2-under 70 for the win. The victory earned Cameron his second European Tour victory in just his 20th start. He also became the first player to successfully defend the Australian PGA Championship since Robert Allenby in 2001.

In 2020, which event earned Cameron Smith his second career PGA Tour victory?

Cameron Smith efeated Brendan Steele in a playoff to win the 2020 Sony Open in Hawaii, earning his second career PGA TOUR victory and first since the 2017 Zurich Classic of New Orleans (with Jonas Blixt). He made a birdie on the 72nd hole to force the playoff and won with a par on the first extra hole.

Cameron Smith