Player Name

David Smail

World Ranking: 674


David Smail (born 20 May 1970) is a professional golfer from New Zealand who has forged a brilliant career in Japan for more than a decade.
Throughout his career Smail has won five titles on the Japan Tour and two titles on the PGA Tour of Australasia - the 2001 New Zealand Open and the Canon Challenge. 
He has forged a career unlike any other Kiwi and in 2014 will play in Japan for the 17th consecutive year.
Smail was not at his best in 2014 but record seven top-20 finishes to keep his card and his unbelievable streak in Japan going.
He came close to winning on the OneAsia Tour in March of 2012 when he finished runner-up by one shot, with fellow Kiwi Michael Long in a share of third place.
Smail boasts a career that is among the most consistent in all of the current New Zealand professionals in the game. 
Professional Wins (7)
PGA Tour of Australasia (2)

- 2001 (2) New Zealand Open, Canon Challenge

Japan Golf Tour (5)

- 2002 (2) Japan Open, Casio World Open
- 2004 (1) Casio World Open
- 2005 (2)
Acom International, Bridgestone Open


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