And Biggar, the Dragons' latest teenage sensation, revelled in only his second Test appearance as he bagged 22 points thanks to a perfect eight from eight kicks.
Now the 19-year-old hopes he can follow in the footsteps of Jones and Hook and fill the position full-time with the aid of kicking coach Jenkins.
Biggar said: "Having someone like Neil there has been great for me. To be honest, there is nobody better to have working with you - he's been brilliant throughout this trip.
"He's a pleasure to work with and always says if you're technically good, then everything else shouldn't matter. I was delighted I was able to pay him back a little bit by not missing and knocking a few kicks over."
Jenkins remains the second highest points of all-time behind England's Jonny Wilkinson having amassed 1,049 points for Wales and another 41 for the British Lions during a glittering career.
But despite shattering several records during his own playing days, Biggar reveals there is still a burning desire from the 91-cap Welsh idol to achieve further greatness.
Biggar added: "Jenks is a very technical coach and a perfectionist. If you hit nine from ten he still won't be happy. Of course, doubts do creep into your mind if you miss a couple but he says to trust your technique. He lets you get on with your own routine and is brilliant to work with."