Former European tour golfer, Nick turned professional in 2002 and quickly became recognised as a talent of the golfing world, going on to become ’Rookie of the Year’ and finishing 36th in the Order of Merit in his first season on the tour.
Nick landed his first European Tour victory in 2005 at the Caltex Masters in Singapore and went on to be listed in the top 100 of the Official World Golf Rankings in the same year, finishing in 15th place on the final European Tour Order of Merit. Following this, Nick went on to lead the 107th US Open (2007) before finishing tied 7th. He went on to secure a second European Tour victory in the very same year at the prestigious Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and finishing 11th on the Order of Merit. Nick went on to win his third tour victory in 2009 at the BMW International Open in Germany, which led to a place in The Open Championship.
Nick announced his retirement from the sport in September 2016 with his final tournament taking place at the home of golf in St Andrews at the ‘Alfred Dunhill Links’, the home of his most popular tour win.
Nick created a world first for live coverage of the golf in 2015 when he wore a microphone during the British Masters tournament for Sky Sports, and Keen to share his wealth of knowledge and passion for the game, Nick joined the Sky Sports broadcasting team in 2016 to work across their extensive coverage of golf including US Masters, the Open Championship and Ryder Cup.
Nicks passion for education in golf and drive to give something back to the sport he loves continues with his Masterclass series and Golf Academies.