Claimed his maiden European Senior Tour victory and his first professional win 2003 after he came from four shots behind to snatch the Belas Clube de Campo Senior Open de Portugal title with a 4-under-par closing round of 68. Ended his rookie season with three consecutive top-10 finishes to finish the year in 14th position on the Order of Merit. Son of professional Sid Mouland - who was Welsh champion six times - he made an early impression as an amateur, winning the 1976 British Boys Championship, aged 15 years and 120 days. Needed four visits to the Qualifying School Finals before establishing himself on The European Tour, breaking through in 1986 by capturing the Car Care Plan International. Later that year he was involved in a horrific head-on motorway crash in which he broke both ankles and feet. He recovered to record his highest ranking on the Money List
in 1987 and collected a second Tour win in the KLM Dutch Open in 1988. Lost his Tour card at the end of 1999 but regained his playing rights for 2001 after gaining the 26th card at the Qualifying School, and made sure he did not require a return visit by finishing 5th in the Smurfit European Open. Made his European Senior Tour debut at the 2011 US Senior PGA Championship, having turned 50 a month before.
2011 European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 13; top-10 finishes - 4; €117,768 (ranked 14th); winner Belas Clube de Campo Senior Open de Portugal.
Was T30th in the European Senior season opening Mallorca Open Senior last week.