Peter looks ahead to schedule

Peter is in Sydney at present and will be until mid October before heading to Queensland for the Queensland Open. "I am playing the Australian events this summer although will not be able to play the PGA Championship on the Gold Coast as I am planning to be at the Champions Tour Qualif...

Peter Fiji bound

Peter is back in Sydney for a few days following his recent efforts at the Senior British Open at Royal Porthcawl in Wales and the PGA Tour's Barracuda Championship in Nevada where he played well in both events. Peter finished third behind Bernhard Langer and Corey Pavin at the Champions Tou...

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Peter looks ahead to schedule

Peter is in Sydney at present and will be until mid October before heading to Queensland for the Queensland Open. "I am playing the Australian events this summer although will not be able...

Peter Fiji bound

Peter is back in Sydney for a few days following his recent efforts at the Senior British Open at Royal Porthcawl in Wales and the PGA Tour's Barracuda Championship in Nevada where he played well in...

Peter starts well but finishes well back in Reno

After what had been an encouraging start to the PGA Tour's Barracuda Championship in Reno in Nevada, Peter has finished well back in a share of 54th position. Peter was a late inclusion in the...

Peter playing first PGA Tour event in four years

Peter has received a late call up for the PGA Tour's Barracuda Championship and will play the modified stableford event in Reno in Nevada. After the disappointment of the final hole on Sunday at...

Great debut but perhaps a case of what might have been

It was a brilliant debut in senior golf for Peter but it was perhaps a day of what might have been at the Senior Open at Royal Porthcawl in Wales where he eventually tied for 3rd. After beginning...

Great start to Senior career for Peter

Peter awaits Senior Tour debut

A reasonable week ahead of Senior Tour debut

Peter impresses with second round 65 in Utah

Final round 67 for Peter at LECOM Health Challenge

Disappointing Sunday but improvement continues

Peter looking to build on recent improvement in Nashville

Encouraging day for Peter in Wichita

Slow start to extended campaign for Peter

Peter begins intense campaign in US and Britain

Peter in Nebraska for this week's Cox Classic
Written by Bruce Young   
Wednesday, 03 August 2011

After a week of frustration last week at the Utah Championship in Sandy in Utah, Peter has moved north and east to Omaha in Nebraska for this week's Cox Classic Presented by Lexus of Omaha.

Omaha is the largest city in the State of Nebraska with a population of 400,000 and it is at the Champions Run layout there where Peter will play this week's event.

This is the first time for Peter at the tournament but that should prove no real concern for him. What is of concern for Peter and the rest of the field is the very hot weather in the region at present. "Yesterday was the hottest day I can recall in a long while," said Peter this morning.

Peter has a morning tee time on day one, hoping to build on some of the more promising form he has shown in recent weeks. 

 
Frustrating week ends for Peter
Written by Bruce Young   
Saturday, 30 July 2011

A week of frustration for Peter has ended with him narrowly missing the cut at the Utah Championship in Sandy, Utah. An improved second round of 68 was not quite good enough to get him though to the weekend but there was a continuation of of some encouraging signs of late.

The week started when Peter's caddy in recent weeks advised him that he had found a bag on the PGA Tour and while Peter could understand the reasoning that the advice came on Monday evening it left him little time to sort out another caddy especially on a golf course he was playing for the first occasion.

Throw in the altitude factor in Sandy where distances can vary by as much as 10%  and it was a frustrating week in which Peter never really got comfortable early on.

Things appeared to be improving today when Peter birdied three of his opening nine holes and on making the turn he eagled the par five 1st hole and was comfortably inside the cut mark. Bogeys at his 13th and 14th holes and he was in trouble but a birdie at the 15th had him on the cusp.

A bogey at the 17th would mean he would need a birdie at the last to make it through but it was not to be and so Peter will have the weekend off.

Peter was hoping he might have a start at next week's Reno Tahoe Open but as entries closed today it appears he will not and so he will head to Nebraska for the Cox Classic in Omaha.

 

 

 

 

 
Peter expresses happiness with game
Written by Bruce Young   
Monday, 25 July 2011

Despite the, at times, demanding nature of the Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club layout at this week's RBC Canadian Open, Peter has expressed satisfaction with his game over all. A double bogey at his final hole did not do him any favours but he was still upbeat about his week and the ongoing comfort he is gaining with his game. 

A closing round of 72 actually gained a little ground with Peter eventually finishing in a share of 50th.  

"Had a bit of a long week but am already looking forward to next week," said Peter en route to Salt Lake City. "I actually played pretty well on my back nine today and think I am back on the right track."

"I definitely need a couple of good weeks and I am hopeful of getting into the Reno tournament the following week."

Peter's next assignment is the Nationwide Tour event this week in Sandy, Utah, the Utah Championship.

The Reno Tahoe Open runs opposite the World Golf Championship event in Ohio next week so it might just offer Peter a chance for another PGA Tour start  

 

 

 
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