Height – 6 ft 2″
Date of birth – 6th October 1991
Turned pro – 2012
Family – Single
Residence – San Diego, California

Todd turned professional in 2012 after a stellar career with San Diego State earning freshman All American honours. In just over a year of collegiate golf, he posted a top-10 finish at the NCAA Championship, advanced to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Amateur Public Links and played in the match play portion of the U.S. Amateur. He was one of the highest ranked amateurs in the U.S., and advanced through the first stage of Asian Tour Q-School the week he turned pro. Todd is Korean-born, but spent much of his childhood in New Zealand where his father Charlie coached the national Judo team

Todd showed flashes of brilliance in his first full year as a professional in 2013 with a t-37 at the Valero Texas Open on the PGA Tour and a 7th place finish at the WNB Golf Classic on the Nationwide Tour

In 2016, Todd played on the Tour and he recorded a T10 finish at the Lincoln Land Charity Championship. He also had a T13 finish at the Air Capital Classic which meant that he finished the year in 93rd position on the Web.Com Tour.

Todd split his 2017 season between the and Mackenzie Tours, highlighted by a T-2 finish at the ATB Financial Classic and at solo 3rd at the Ontario Championship. Despite playing only 7 Mackenzie Tour events, Todd registered a total of 4 top-10 finishes and secured his playing privileges for 2018 by finishing 15th on the Order of Merit.

Todd has been competing on the PGA Tour Series-China and has picked up two titles so far in 2018 and won his second title at the 2018 Haikou Championship, where he came from behind to win by two shots.


Todd is a huge sports fan but away from golf his favourite sport is Basketball.