How’s your experience playing on the Asian Tour so far?
Being in Asia is definitely different. It’s good to see what other countries are like and see how people live. It’s good experience for me.
When did you start playing golf and what sparked your interest?
I started playing golf when I was about 10 or 11 years old. My family and I lived like 500m away from the golf course back home in Australia. My dad used to play a lot. We will often walk to the golf course together and I would just go and have a hit. I guess I picked up the game from there.
What made you decide to turn professional?
I made the decision to turn professional when I won the New Zealand Open last year. I thought it is about time.
What would you be if you were not a professional golfer?
I would probably be a businessman.
How long did it take you to reach single handicap?
I reached a single handicap when I was 14 so I took around five years.
What are your goals in golf?
My dream is to play in the Masters at Augusta one day. I hope that by doing well on the Asian Tour, it will get me there.
What keeps you on top of your game?
I practise a lot and I do a lot of short games. I do a lot of gym works as well to keep myself on top of the game.
Who is your inspiration?
Tiger Woods has always been my favourite golfer. He’s been my favourite for a long while now and I really look up to him.
Name your dream fourball?
Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, My Dad and myself.
Professional wins: (1) New Zealand Open 2012
Amateur wins: (4) Riversdale Cup 2012, Keperra Bowl 2011, QLD Amateur 2011, China Amateur 2010