Having picked up a golf club for the first time at age 12, Marcus Fraser has established himself as one of Australia's most consistent golfers in Europe. Following a distinguished amateur career, Fraser turned Professional in 2002 and earned his first victory on the European Challenge Tour only a year later. This was the first of three victories in a month for Fraser, who then went on to win another Challenge event followed by the Russian Open, which was co-sanctioned by the European Tour.
Still a regular in Europe, Fraser is continues to return to Australia each season to play on the PGA Tour of Australasia.
- Represented Australia as an amateur on seven occassions
- A former graduate of the Victorian Institute of Sport golf program;In April 2010, Fraser won the 2010 Ballantine's Championship with a closing 69 to finish four shots clear of the field
- Played his first Major, The Open Championship, in 2005