Has won four titles on the Sunshine Tour and one on the Asian Tour, and represented South Africa alongside Retief Goosen in the Omega Mission Hills World Cup, but the highlight of his career came in 1995 when he holed the winning putt for South Africa in their victory over Australia in the inaugural Alfred Dunhill Challenge, the southern hemisphere equivalent of The Ryder Cup. Now coaches seven South African professionals, including European Tour Member Keith Horne. Has targeted a return to Muirfield for this year’s Open Championship, having made his Open debut there in 1992, when he played alongside Major Champion Craig Stadler on a final day which culminated in Sir Nick Faldo lifting the Claret Jug for the third and final time. Ten years later, he caddied for James Kingston when Muirfield returned to the rota, and stayed on to witness his compatriot Ernie Els win his first Open Championship. Will now embark on his debut European Senior Tour campaign in 2013 after birdieing two of his last three holes at the Qualifying School Final en route to claiming the sixth and final full card.