A former Victorian Amateur Champion, Jack turned professional at the beginning of 2011 and won the Victorian Order of Merit in 2011 and 2012.

Jack was granted a full scholarship into the Victorian Institute of Sport in March 2013. He created history in October of that year when he won the WA Goldfields PGA, becoming the first-ever trainee to win an Australian Tour event.

In 2013 he came outright third  at the Australian PGA Championship at Royal Pines behind reigning Masters Champion Adam Scott and American Rickie Fowler; claiming the Kel Nagle Plate for best performing tournament rookie.

Jack has established himself as touring professional and recent results have included T14 at the 2016 Australian Open, T20 at the 2017 Australian PGA and 5th at the 2017 New Zealand Open. In 2018 Jack qualified for the Asian Tour and will play a mix of Asian Tour and PGA Tour of Australasia tournaments this year.


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