The champion prank was pulled by former major winner Wayne Grady, his mate of four decades, when he fronted Senior with a two-page claim that had the official stamp of the Supreme Court of Queensland. The byplay in Wednesday’s pro-am at the Australian PGA befitted the regular banter between Grady and a pal just preparing for a stroll under the radar in a tournament he has won three times before. Playful million dollar writ served on golfer Peter Senior. Picture: suppliedSource:Supplied Forget the gentle play-for-fun approach. At 58, Senior is still all pure competitor even if he’s broken from his routine as cart-golfer in over-50s events to stride the fairways this week. There he was on Saturday trading shots with Spanish drawcard Sergio Garcia in the same group for the first time. Senior might have been 40m shorter off the tee at times but when they did play to the same yardage on the short 347m par four sixth hole, it was a shootout that thrilled the fans. Garcia fired his wedge to just 1.5m. Senior then stepped up and stuck it to 50cm for his first birdie of the day. BLOG: Moving Day action from Royal Pines RESPECT: Leishman inspired by his ‘Peter Seniors’ Senior had tears in his eyes last year at Royal Sydney when he said he was finished as a golfer on the Australian tour after he walked off the course in the second round of the Australian Open when injuries caught up with him. Off air with the Channel Seven cameras turned away, Senior confided to commentator Grady: “That’s it ... you can bet on me never playing another four-round tournament again.” Grady did exactly that and the formal terms of the mock Supreme Court claim were spot on: “The Plaintiff claims against the Defendant $1,000,000 as a debt due and owing. And this: “A permanent injunction preventing the Defendant from playing in another four-round golf tournament.” Old mates Peter Senior and Wayne Grady.Source:News Limited Senior grinned and took it in his stride: “He ripped it up in front of me. I expected to see him a lot earlier than I did.” Grady said the quality of Senior’s golf should be fully appreciated at the Australian PGA considering his first round 67 was made hitting 17-of-18 greens