Saved his best performance of 2011 for the season-ending MCB Tour Championship when he finished third behind Tom Lehman and David Frost. That moved him up to 27th on the Order of Merit after finishing outside the top 30 for the first time in 11 seasons on the Senior Tour in 2010, ending the year in 32nd position. Held off the challenge of close friend Carl Mason to win the 2008 Weston Homes PGA International Seniors by two strokes, his fifth European Senior Tour title. Victory at The Stoke by Nayland Club helped him finish sixth in the Order of Merit, his second best campaign after 2005 when he landed his third title, the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open, en route to finishing fifth. Returned from playing against the 'young guns' on mini tours in the United States to win the second event of the 2007 Senior Tour season, beating compatriot Martin Poxon in a play-off at the Gloria Classic. Worked as a club professional at Richmond Golf Club, London, for many years and represented Great Britain and Ireland in four PGA Cups and also served as a Committee Member and Captain of the Southern PGA and the Surrey PGA. Returned to the committee room at the start of 2007, when he joined the Senior Tour Committee.