Web.com Tour: Conditional - Web.com Tour - Past Champion/5-10 years (2006-2011).
Says becoming the first aboriginal pro golfer and graduating to the PGA TOUR in 2012 are his biggest thrills in golf. Is the first player of aboriginal descent to have full status on the TOUR. His mother is aboriginal and his father is Scottish.
Never travels without his flip-flops.
First car was a Mitsubishi Colt.
Kingston Heath is his favorite course and would like to play Augusta National. Favorite teams are the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Dallas Cowboys. "The Mentalist" is his favorite TV show and "As Good As It Gets" is his favorite movie. Favorite book is King of the Cowboys, and Mick Jagger is his favorite entertainer. Rome, Italy, is his favorite city to visit, and the Gold Coast of Australia is his favorite vacation spot.
Always carries a quarter in his pocket.
Would add his dad to his dream foursome, and his bucket list includes attending another Rugby League game in person.
Was a competitive discus thrower when he was younger.
Says becoming the first aboriginal pro golfer and graduating to the PGA TOUR in 2012 are his biggest thrills in golf. Notes the birth of his son is his biggest thrill outside the game.
Notes the birth of his son is his biggest thrill outside the game.
Played on the Australasian Tour from 2000-06, also splitting time on the European Tour (2001-03).
Rugby, cricket, football
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
2010 Chattanooga Classic Presented by Black Creek
Eisenhower Cup (1), 2000.
Eisenhower Cup (1), 2000.
Finished T9 at the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open, one of two consecutive top-10s.Finished T8 at the Price Cutter Charity Championship Added another T8 at Soboba Classic and earned enough money to move up 14 places to No. 24 on the money list, with only three events left on the schedule.
2008: Struggled at the beginning of the season, making only four cuts in his first 14 starts and was No. 166 on the money list. Made the cut in nine of his final 12 starts with four top-10 finishes to wind up No. 68 on the money list. Had a scoring average of 73.33 in his first 14 tournaments and a scoring average of 69.52 in his final 12. Was T6 at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational. Shot a tournament-record 30 (5-under) on the back nine in the first round. Four rounds in the 60s earned him a T8 at the Utah Championship. Added another T8 two weeks later at the Oregon Classic. Finished T6 at Miccosukee Championship, one of nine players to shoot par or better each day. 2007: Made the cut in 18 of 27 starts on the Web.com Tour, including seven top-25 finishes. Finished the year No. 30 on the money list, with $184,323. Struggled early in the year, missing the cut in five of his first seven starts. Turned in a torrid stretch during the middle of the season, with three consecutive top-five finishes, beginning with a T5 at the Knoxville Open and followed by a fourth-place performance at the Peek'n Peak Classic and a career-best runner-up showing at the Legend Financial Group Classic. Closed the season in strong fashion, with a T5 effort at the Web.com Tour Championship at Barona Creek2006: Made the cut in 15 of 20 starts on Tour, with two top-10s. Ended the season No. 61 on the money list, with $105,011. Posted his first top-10 of the year at the ING New Zealand PGA Championship, finishing T5. Equaled a then-career-best, third-place showing at the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open. Four rounds in the 60s and a 15-under 269 performance was just three shots behind tournament winner Kevin Johnson. 2005: Concluded the Web.com Tour season with $70,028 and a final money ranking of No. 71. Made the cut in nine of 20 tournaments, with two top-10 finishes. Struggled at the beginning of the year, missing six cuts in his first seven starts. The only made cut during that stretch was a T30 at the Rheem Classic. Broke the streak by posting a career-best T5 at the Knoxville Open. Collected $18,050 for his T5 in the Volunteer State. At 8-under-par 280, finished threee strokes behind champion Kim Felton. Posted his final top-10 of the season at the Xerox Classic. Finished the tournament at 9-under-par 271, two shots behind tournament winner Rick Price. Tallied a career-best, 7-under-par 63 in the second round and went on to collect $28,600. 2004: Made the cut in both appearances on Tour, including a season-best T8 in the Jacob's Creek Open. Amateur: Was his country's representative in the 2000 Eisenhower Cup (finished third). Winner of the New South Wales State Schoolboys Championship.