I retired from playing full time professional golf at the end of 2014 after a run of almost 20 years. These days I keep my hand in tournament golf by dabbling in the Aussie circuit at the end of each year. I made a career out of maximizing what ability I had by working hard and thinking well and recently even wrote a book about it. Nowadays I’m using my knowledge and experience to help guide and mentor golfers of all levels, from the aspiring pro to the weekend hacker.
I love my family more than anything and have two beautiful girls Riley and Halle with my ridiculously talented artist wife Alana. If I had her talent the trophy cabinet would be much fuller! Not one to shy away from a glass of red, I’ve collected and drank wines from all over the world and never need an excuse to try something new, while good food, music and friends are on the calendar most weekends.
If you’d like to inquire about my book, a golf outing or even just to say g’day, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I love golf and have been fortunate enough to make a career out of playing the game. Now that I’m retired from the Tour, I get to enjoy the other side of the game by teaching, mentoring and helping golfers of all levels enjoy their time on the links. Recently I even wrote a book about it! I’ve lapped the globe countless times and seen too many airports and hotels that I care to remember, but I’ve met some amazing people along the way forging friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. My bucket list of golf courses to play is just about covered but there are always more to visit and experience.
PGA Tour of Australasia 1996 – present
European Tour 1999 – 2008
PGA Tour 2005 – 2013
Wine, tennis, books, guitar, BBQ’s
Athlete – I have several: Tom Brady, Greg Maddux, Larry Bird, Roger Federer, Jack Nicklaus
Wine – Rockford Basket Press Shiraz
Book – Out of My Comfort Zone by Steve Waugh
Music – REM, Coldplay, Paul Kelly
Food – Salmon Sashimi, my wife’s lamb chops