Celebrated 500 appearances on the European Tour in May 2015, but that year was wrecked by a wrist injury and he will play on a medical extension in 2016. In 2014 he ended a remarkable run of 17 consecutive seasons inside the top 100 of the Race to Dubai, taking 108th spot. Claimed an emotional victory in the inaugural Portugal Masters in 2007, dedicating his win to the memory of his mother Val, who had died five months previously. Having dad Terry in the crowd watching him hole the winning putt made the victory extra special for Webster, whose only previous European Tour success came at the Telecom Italia Open in 2005 - a decade after he won the Qualifying School Final Stage. Rose to prominence in The 1995 Open Championship at St Andrews, beating Gordon Sherry and Tiger Woods to the Silver Medal given to the leading amateur after finishing tied 24th. Coached mentally by Andy Duncan, and technically by Pete Cowen.