Alistair Presnell (born 26 March 1979) is an Australian professional golfer.Presnell was born in Melbourne, Victoria. Having won three amateur titles during 2003, he turned professional at the start of 2004 and joined both the PGA Tour of Australasia and Asian TourPresnell finished tied for 5th at the 2004 Australian Open during his rookie season to secure his place on the Australasian Tour, and only just retained his Asian Tour card with 60th place on the end of season money list, the last place to guarantee playing rights for the following season. In 2006, he lost his place on both tours, but managed to regain his PGA Tour of Australasia playing status though qualifying school.Presnell won his first professional title at the 2009 PGA Tour of Australasia's Moonah Classic, which was co-sanctioned by the United States based second tier Nationwide Tour. The win gave him exempion on both tours until the end of 2010.
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