Has been a steady presence on the European Tour for three full seasons, finishing a career-high 68th in the 2018 Race to Dubai Rankings presented by Rolex.
Was inspired by former European Tour winner and club-mate at Mandurah Country Club, Jarred Moseley, to target a career in Europe after several years playing on the Australian circuit and twice progressed from Qualifying School in 2014 and 2015.
Born in South Africa, he started playing aged eight and moved to Perth, Australia when he was ten.
Enjoyed a successful amateur career in his home country, winning the Australian Junior Championship in 2007 to put his name alongside those of Jason Day and Adam Scott before turning professional in 2010.
Like many Antipodeans, he enjoys surfing in his free time.