ISM has agreed a deal to represent exciting young Australian golfer Todd Sinnott.
Todd, who celebrated his 23rd birthday on Thursday and is from Melbourne, turned professional in January after a hugely impressive 2014 culminated in him securing a PGA Tour of Australasia card by finishing second at Qualifying School.
He could make his debut on the European Tour at the Joburg Open in South Africa later this month.
Last year Todd played in six PGA Tour of Australasia events on an amateur basis, with his best finish coming at the John Hughes Nexus Risk Services WA Open, where he came sixth.
In October, Todd was third in the Asia Pacific Amateur Championship and he finished tied for 20th at the Oates Victorian Open, his first tournament of 2015.
Todd said: “I’m very excited to have made the decision to turn pro and can’t wait to test my game against the world’s best players.
“I’ve worked so hard to get to this position, so it’s nice to have now turned pro and start the next phase of my career.
“In the months ahead I’m looking forward to competing in Europe and hope to play myself onto a tour. I’m very excited to be working with the guys at ISM and I’m very grateful for the opportunities that they’re giving me.”
ISM Chief Executive Officer Chubby Chandler said: “Todd has had a great amateur career and we are excited to be part of the next phase of his development.
“He has a huge amount of potential and we’re really looking forward to helping him fulfil it.”
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