A reasonable week ahead of Senior Tour debut

The Utah Classic in Farmington was a low scoring affair and despite two very encouraging middle rounds of 65 Peter got lost in the rush on Sunday and slipped from a share of 16th through 54 holes to a final placing of 51st even though his final round of even par was not all that bad. Peter h...

Peter impresses with second round 65 in Utah

Peter has played his way back into the tournament at the Web.Com Tour's Utah Championship in Farmington, a second round of 65 improving him 69  positions and, while still back in 39th position and nine shots from the leader, the impressive round comes at a good time for him. Peter is pl...

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A reasonable week ahead of Senior Tour debut

The Utah Classic in Farmington was a low scoring affair and despite two very encouraging middle rounds of 65 Peter got lost in the rush on Sunday and slipped from a share of 16th through 54 holes to...

Peter impresses with second round 65 in Utah

Peter has played his way back into the tournament at the Web.Com Tour's Utah Championship in Farmington, a second round of 65 improving him 69  positions and, while still back in 39th position and...

Final round 67 for Peter at LECOM Health Challenge

Peter has finished the LECOM Health Challenge in Findley Lake in New York with a round of 67 to finish 41st and while his finishing position might not be earth shattering, that he has continued his improved...

Disappointing Sunday but improvement continues

Sunday was not a particularly good day for Peter at the Nashville Open but there continues to be encouraging signs ahead of his debut in senior golf at the Senior Open Championship at Royal Porthcawl...

Peter looking to build on recent improvement in Nashville

Peter is in Nashville in Texas this week for the Nashville Golf Open and the Nashville Golf and Athletic Club where he will look to build on his recent improvement which has included two consecutive...

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Peter receives Viking Classic call up
Written by Bruce Young   
Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Peter has gained a late call up to play the PGA Tour's Viking Classic this week in Madison in Mississippi and, although on his way to this week's Nationwide Tour event when he was advised, has made the decision to play his first PGA Tour event since mid November in 2009.

"I was halfway to Maineville in Ohio to play this week's Nationwide Tour event when I got the call," said Peter on Tuesday morning US time. "It is a nice surprise so I am now backtracking to Mississippi.

"Ideally I would have practiced a little differently these past couple of weeks if I had known but it is a nice opportunity all the same.

"I think things are in pretty good shape all the same. I would have loved to just keep going after Mexico but hopefully I will be able to start back where I left off."

Peter recorded an 11th place finish in Mexico after sharing the lead into the final round an indication that all the patience and hard work since his knee and hip surgery last year are slowly but surely paying off. 

Peter has not previously played this event or its predecessor, the Southern Farm Bureau tournament. 

photo - M Cohen Getty Images. Peter playing one of his last PGA Tour events in 2009 

 

 
Peter produces best finish of season
Written by Bruce Young   
Tuesday, 28 June 2011

It might not have been quite the final round Peter was hoping for but looking back on his week at the Mexico Open there is every reason to be delighted with the progress he made during the week.

Peter actually got into a share of the lead when he returned to complete the final nine holes of his third round on Sunday morning and actually played in the final group on Sunday afternoon. 

Things were going well enough until he dropped four shots in the space of five holes through the middle of his back nine but two late birdies saw him finish with a round of 73 and at 11 under he shared 11th place in the tournament.

"It was very close there and I really played pretty faultlessly for the first three rounds," said Peter. "I had two three putts on the second day but that's about it.

"Sunday I really didn't hit it as well the first nine but hung in there and fixed it at the rain delay. The only problem with that was that I flushed it straight over the flag on the 11th and made double which really knocked the wind out of my sails.There was only a foot or two in it and it could have easily been a different story.

"It was alot of fun to be in the hunt however and made me feel pretty good about all the hard work I've been doing. I'm looking forward to getting back out there in a couple of weeks."

 This finish followed a 20th place finish in Wichita the previous week so things appear to be headed in the right direction. 

Peter now has a two week break before the next event of the Nationwide Tour season, the Chiquita Classic in Maineville Ohio. 

 

 
Peter on track
Written by Bruce Young   
Wednesday, 03 February 2010

Peter is happy with the progress he is making despite missing the cut in last week's Michael Hill New Zealand Open. Speaking from the Moonah Links today, the site of this week's Moonah Classic, Peter said after his first event back in nearly three months he feels his game has benefitted and he feels comfortable with the improvement he has seen.

"I practiced three or four hours on both Saturday and Sunday before leaving Queenstown and importantly my back has stood up well," said Peter referring to a lower back / hip injury he has carried for the best part of twelve months. Recent therapy has helped and he is pleased by the fact that there appears to be no major issue with it especially after walking three rounds on the Hills Golf Club layout.

"It is great to be back at Moonah as it does have good memories for me," added Peter referring to the 2003 Australian Open which he won at this venue. "The course is perhaps a little shorter and the greens a little softer at this stage but I think this is a really good golf course." 

Peter has a 7.55am tee time on day one when he will play with Jason Gore and Jeff Gallagher.

 

 
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