About Project One Putt founder, Tour Professional Brad Kennedy

Brad Kennedy started playing golf during the late 1980s as a junior, playing pennants for Surfers Paradise Golf Club and winning the Men’s Club Championship. He was selected as part of the Queensland and Australian Schoolboys Teams in 1992.  Brad completed a 3-year long PGA traineeship under the guidance of PGA Member Geoff Parslow at Coolangatta Tweed Heads Golf Club, during which time he won the Queensland Trainee Championship and was awarded the Queensland Trainee of the Year by the PGA in 1996. After working as Head Professional for a year, Brad decided to follow his dream of playing. 

Since playing professionally full time from 1998 on the PGA Tour of Australasia, Brad has been involved in various events starting from regional Australian Pro-am circuits through to full time golf tours in Asia, Japan and Europe. Currently, his focus is on playing the Japan Golf Tour, which generally consists of 20+ events per year and that of his home tour of Australasia, usually teeing it up in up to 6 events per year.  

Brad Kennedy has achieved 8 tour wins to date in his 20+ year career.  He’s a 3-time Japan Tour winner and 5-time PGA Tour of Australasia winner and has teed it up on over 400 International Tour events.

2010 WA Open (Australia)
2011 BMW New Zealand Open
2012 Gateway to the Mizuno Open (Japan)
2013 Kansai Open Golf Championship (Japan)
2013 Queensland PGA Championship (Australia)
2016 Holden New Zealand PGA Championship
2018 Shigeo Nagashima Invitational Sega Sammy Cup (Japan) 

2020 New Zealand Open

 

 


In additional to creating Project One Putt, and working with golfers of all levels to improve their putting, Brad Kennedy is also passionate about representing these companies as

 Playing history:

1998-current Australasian PGA Tour
2011-current Japan Golf Tour Organisation (JGTO)
2001-2006 Asian PGA Tour
2002-2005 European Tour
2006-2010 One Asia Tour