Grew up playing Huntingdale GC, formerly the longtime site of the Australian Masters in Melbourne's fame "sandbelt" region.
Late father, Ray, served as club president in 2004, a year in which the Masters was played there.
Ray caddied for his son at the Asian Tour Qualifying School in 2004 and died suddenly a day after returning to Australia.
Spent time as an air-conditioning mechanic.
Biggest thrill in golf was winning the Web.com Tour's 2009 Moonah Classic.
Favorite course he's played is Spyglass Hill and looks forward to playing Augusta National.
Never travels without his iPod.
His favorite TV show is "Two and a Half Men" and favorite movie is "Miracle.".
Favorite book is It's Not About the Bike.
Enjoys watching Roger Federer play tennis, likes eating steak and lists New York as his favorite city to visit. Would have his father, Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus in his dream foursome.
Began playing at the urging of his parents at age 14.