Had to go back to Qualifying School to earn his playing privileges for 2012 after finishing 59th on the 2011 Order of Merit. Earned the 17th available card to return for a 12th consecutive season on the Senior Tour. Won his fifth Senior Tour title, and first for seven years, at the 2009 Jersey Seniors Classic, defeating Australian Mike Clayton in a three hole play-off at La Moye Golf Club. That was his second victory in Jersey following his win in 2002. Best finish of 2010 was a share of 12th in the De Vere Collection PGA Seniors Championship. His finest year on the Senior Tour came in 2002 when he won three times, following a maiden title in 2001, and finished third in the Order of Merit. Played in his third World Cup in 2006, eight years after his previous appearance, when he and partner Peter Horrobin, despite their combined age of 101, came through a qualifier in Aruba to play in the World Cup in Barbados. Renowned as one of the biggest hitters on the Senior Tour, he has lived in America for many years and prior to turning 50 competed regularly in local and regional events in and around the New York area. Was the first Jamaican to be a Member of the European Senior Tour and will be joined in 2012 by compatriot Peter Horrobin, who also graduated from Qualifying School.