Returned to form in stunning style by capturing the inaugural True Thailand Classic presented by Black Mountain in February 2015. Produced a brilliant five under par 67 in the final round to win by one from compatriot Scott Hend and home favourite Thongchai Jaidee, just three months after he regained his European Tour playing rights at the Qualifying School Final Stage. Spent the majority of 2014 on the Asian Tour after losing his card in Europe in 2013. Took up Affiliate Membership of The European Tour the week before the 2010 Avantha Masters in New Delhi and prospered immediately to claim a maiden title in his first start of the year. Started playing golf aged four when his father took him to Gatton Golf Club in Brisbane, which was next door to the family home. Was runner-up at the New Zealand Amateur Open Championship in 2006 and went one better at the 2007 Australian Amateur Stroke Play Championship, which earned him a spot in the 2007 MFS Australian Open at the Australian Golf Club in December, after which he turned professional.