Mark Mouland Personal Notes
Got started in the game through his grandfather and father, who were professional golfers. His late father, Sid, was a six-time Welsh champion.
His dream foursome would include Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Ben Hogan.
Favorite athlete is Hogan, and his heroes are Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus.
Was involved in a serious head-on car crash in 1986, breaking both feet and ankles as well as sustaining a number of facial cuts. It took emergency personnel more than an hour to cut him out of the car. He was sidelined for nearly two months.
Favorite courses are Wentworth Club, Sunningdale and Torrey Pines GC.
Is one of the organizers of the British Par-3 Championship, an event his father helped resurrect in the mid-90s.
Biggest thrill outside of golf was the birth of his two daughters.
Favorite book is Lance Armstrong's It's Not about the Bike.
Said if he weren't playing golf for a living he would like to be running a beach bar on an island.
Carries an old ball marker as a lucky charm.
Has been involved recently with corporate golf outings. As involved in a short-game and junior academy in England.
Website is markmouland.com.