Age: 54 years old Place of Birth: Sydney, Australia Turned Professional: 1989
2001 ANZ Tour Championship
2002 Australian PGA Championship
2003 Australian Open
2004 Australian PGA Championship
2004 Australian Open
2005 MCI Heritage - PGA Tour
2007 Australian PGA Championship
Peter Lonard has won two Australian Opens, three Australian PGA Championships, two Australian Masters, a NSW Open, an ANZ Championship and a Ford Open (South Australia) making him one of most prolific winner of Australian events over the last 25 years.
Struck down with Ross River Fever after a promising start to his professional career, he worked as a club professional in Sydney before returning to playing the game professionally in 1996. Lonard re-gained his European Tour card in 1997, playing there until 2001 before securing his PGA Tour status where he played until 2009, winning the Heritage Classic at Hilton Head in 2005.
Lonard played on in the US attempting to regain his PGA Tour status until 2017 at which point he relocated to Australia and has played the PGA Tour of Australasia since. Turning 50 in July of 2017,
Lonard has played several events on both the European Senior and PGA Tour Champions, finishing third on debut in senior golf at the Senior Open Championship in 2017 and runner-up at the British Senior Masters in 2018. In one of his two appearances in the Presidents Cup in 2003, Lonard was a member of the International Team which tied with the Americans in South Africa.