ResidenceSunningdale, England
Date of Birth:29/05/1975
Place of BirthLondon, England
Height & Weight6ft 3in 14st 0lbs (188cm 89kg)
FamilyWife: Sharon (m. 2002); Children: Patrik (2003), Nicholas (2005)
InterestsTennis, football, music, films, Queens Park Rangers FC
Turned Pro1995 (plus 2)
Qualifying School(1995), 96*, 97*

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Completed a 15th consecutive season inside the top 100 in The 2012 Race to Dubai, taking his career earnings to just shy of €7 million in the process. That record unfortunately came to an end, after missing out on the 2013 season through injury and receiving a medical exemption for the 2014 season, but consolation came in the fact that he was the last man to retain his card via The Race to Dubai thanks to a 110th place finish on the season-long list. Has on several occasions come close to adding a second European Tour title, having made his breakthrough in 2000 at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa. In 2012 he was tied second at the Irish Open. Best year financially was 2006, when he had three runner-up finishes, one of which was at the European Open, which earned him a spot in The 135th Open Championship. Made the most of the opportunity with an assured performance at Hoylake, eventually finishing as the leading British golfer in a share of 11th spot. Undefeated on his debut in the 2009 Vivendi Seve Trophy, winning both of his fourball matches alongside Chris Wood before a shoulder injury ruled him out of the remainder of Great Britain & Ireland’s final three matches. Represented England at Boys and Youths level before turning professional in 1995. As a 15 year old junior member at Sunningdale, he used to practise with Sir Nick Faldo. Captured Sunningdale Foursomes as an amateur in 1994 with Steve Webster, now a colleague on The European Tour and a Vivendi Seve Trophy teammate in 2009. Lifelong Queens Park Rangers fan.

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European Tour Wins1
Wins this season0
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Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 369,000 (2008)


Amateur Jacques Léglise Trophy 1993 (winners) Boys, Youths 1990-95 Professional Seve Trophy 2009 (winners) Royal Trophy 2007 (winners)

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