Age: 45 years old Place of Birth: Corowa, NSW, Australia Turned Professional: 2002
2003 Danish Open
2003 Finnish Challenge (both European Challenge Tour)
2003 Russian Open
2010 Ballantine's Championship
2016 Maybank Championship Malaysia (all European Tour)
Marcus Fraser completed an outstanding amateur career in 2002 after representing Australia at the Eisenhower Trophy that year where he led the individual honours.
Fraser made a brilliant start to his professional career winning three times in Europe one of those at the jointly sanctioned Russian Open which gained him access to the European Tour in 2004.
He would be a regular on the European Tour for the next 14 years winning the 2010 Ballantines Championship in Korea and the 2016 Maybank Championship in Malaysia. He also recorded numerous runner-up finishes in events including when runner-up to Danny Willet at the BMW International in 2012 and when runner-up at the European Masters in Switzerland that same year.
Fraser’s best finish in Australia has been when runner-up on two occasions at the Australian Masters and when runner-up at the Australian PGA Championship. Fraser has chosen to wind back his international golf in recent years but in 2016 represented Australia along with Scott Hend at the 2016 Olympic Games where he led after the opening round.