Tahnia Ravnjak

Australian Golf Player

At just 26, Tahnia Ravnjak, has already enjoyed a stellar career in golf around the world.
Growing up just outside of Sydney, Australia, Tahnia’s passion to succeed in golf can be traced back to her days participating in the Jack Newton Junior Golf Foundation – a program which has helped spawn the careers of players such as Adam Scott, Aaron Baddeley, Katherine Kirk and Matthew Jones.

Growing up just outside of Sydney, Australia, Tahnia’s passion to succeed in golf can be traced back to her days participating in the Jack Newton Junior Golf Foundation – a program which has helped spawn the careers of players such as Adam Scott, Aaron Baddeley, Katherine Kirk and Matthew Jones.

Tahnia’s desire to enhance her golf career saw her pursue a scholarship at the famed Division I college, Campbell University in North Carolina.

The passion and drive which Tahnia displayed during her junior career in Australia served her well throughout her college career in the United States. Multiple appearances in the NCAA Championship, 2013 Golfweek Program Challenge Champion, as well as being named the Big South Freshman of the Year, were just some of her many impressive accomplishments.

Upon graduation, Tahnia remained at Campbell University for one year, this time as an Assistant Coach for their golf program.

With a restless ambition to test her game against the best players in the world, Tahnia decided to turn professional in 2018.

Almost immediately she found success in winning the 2018 China LPGA School. That form continued into 2019 where Tahnia would go on to claim two ALPG wins in Australia, along with being named the ALPG Club Car Series champion.

In addition to her burgeoning professional golf career, Tahnia has also recently been appointed the Social Media Co-Ordinator of Australia’s most exciting junior golf series, the Adidas Golf Junior 6’s Invitational.

With a goal outside of her own career to support the next generation by utilizing her extensive knowledge and personal experiences to guide them along the correct pathway, it’s fair to say the world is Tahnia Ravnjak’s oyster.