Queenslander John Senden has been a picture of consistency on Tour for many years.
Senden turned pro in 1992 and won twice on the European Challenge Tour in the early stages of his professional career.
In 2006 he won the John Deere Classic by a shot over J.P Hayes for his only PGA Tour victory to date.
Later that year Senden won his first Australian Open title, reeling off birdies in a blistering final round 65 at Royal Sydney to claim the Stonehaven Cup.
In 2011 Senden had four top 10 finishes on Tour including a runner up finish at the FedEx Cup’s BMW Championship at Cog Hill.
He returned for the Australian summer and fired a third round 9-under par 63 at The Lakes to lead the Emirates Australian Open after 54 holes where he went on to finish second.
In 2014, Senden won the Valspar Championship, ending an 8 year win drought and booked his place at the 2014 US Masters.
Senden has continued to perform on the PGA Tour and remains one the finest ball strikers.
PGA Tour victories:
2006 John Deere Classic
2014 Valspar Championship
Australian Open victories:
2006 – Royal Sydney Golf Club
Born: 20 April 1971, Brisbane, Qld
Resides: Brisbane, Queensland and Dallas, Texas.