One of his three European Tour wins was in 1988 in a play-off against then-World Number One at the time, Nick Faldo. It wasn’t any old play-off win either, sinking an eagle putt on the second play-off hole. At the age of 20, he caused quite a stir.
1993 was Peter’s break-out year, with two European Tour wins and a Ryder Cup appearance. At The Belfry, he won three out of four Ryder Cup points, two of which were in the fourballs partnering his good friend and fellow Legend, Ian Woosnam. The 6&5 win over Fred Couples and Paul Azinger was particularly impressive. His seven shot British Masters victory included a record-breaking 22 under par 72-hole total and the scalps of Lyle, Montgomerie and Faldo again to boot.
That year saw him finish seventh in the Order of Merit and he reached his highest world ranking of 54 the following year.
Still a resident PGA Pro at the South Staffordshire Golf Club, Peter has an array of golf experiences and triumphs to entertain you either in the Pro Am, or part of the Alliance Pro Am tournament.
|Ryder Cup Player||1993|
|Ryder Cup Vice Captain||2006|
|European Tour Wins||3|
|Staysure Tour Wins||1|