There’s plenty of serious stuff on the GM website, but our Top 10 tour pro food names is unashamedly just a bit of fun. Other suggestions welcome…

With a little bit of imagination and a touch too much time on your hands, it’s amazing what you sometimes come up with… like this lighthearted but ultimately frivolous attempt at the Top 10 tour pro food names …

1. Gregory SmorgasBourdy

Top marks go to the in-form four-time winner from France with just a little nod to his Scandinavian tour colleagues.

In real life, Gregory Bourdy much prefers a banana to a smorgasbord

In real life, Gregory Bourdy much prefers a banana to a smorgasbord

2. Hennie RisOtto

The South African’s name lends itself to the creamy rice dish best served steaming hot, which is what Hennie has been known to get under the collar from time to time. Otto is enjoying a bit of a renaissance after some lean times earlier this century, picking off all three of his tour wins since 2008

3. Marco Crespi Pancake

Yes, we could have just gone with Crespi Duck for the reigning NH Collection Open champion, but thought we give a little nod to the past for our older readers. Remember those various flavoured Birds Eye and Findus Crispy Pancakes from decades ago – the staple diet of many a 1970s teenager?

Marco Crespi... no truth in the rumour he prefers pancake-flat greens

Marco Crespi… no truth in the rumour he prefers pancake-flat greens

4. Eddie Salt & Pepperell

We bet the Abingdon man – one of the European Tour’s brightest prospects – never heard this one at school.

5. Craig Lee & Perrins

The Scot, who really established himself on tour with 2nd place in the 2013 Omega European Masters, gets one of the world’s most famous sauces onto our list.

Thomas Bjorn shares commiserations and hair care tips with  Craig Lee in Switzerland

Thomas Bjorn shares commiserations and hair care tips with Craig Lee in Switzerland

6. Nick Faldoughnut

Despite his phenomenal record as a player, many felt Sir Nick was a bit of a doughnut when it came to the Ryder Cup captaincy in 2008.

Nick Faldoughnut reflects on defeat at Valhalla in 2008...

Nick Faldoughnut reflects on defeat at Valhalla in 2008…