Having grown up in Brookline, Mass., and still living in Boston (just a couple of blocks from the site of the 2013 Boston marathon bombings), formed "Birdies for Boston" and pledged $1,000 for each birdie he made at various PGA TOUR events in 2013 to The One Fund.
Is the youngest of seven children. Enjoys live music, yoga, boxing, surfing, fitness, reading and Boston sports.
Live music, yoga, boxing, surfing, fitness, reading and Boston sports
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
2004 Virginia Beach Open
2016 Nashville Golf Open
Walker Cup (1), 2001.
2013: Made 15 cuts in 23 starts, with his two top-10 finishes coming in AT&T-sponsored events (T8 at AT&T National and T9 at AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am). Concluded the season a career-best No. 103 in the FedExCup (never been better than No. 137, in 2008)
Made his third career PGA TOUR hole-in-one when he aced the 15th hole at PGA West's Palmer Course during the frist round of the Humana Challenge. It was his first ace since the 2008 Viking Classic
Earned first top-10 finish of the season (and ninth of his career), with a T9 at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. It was his first top-10 in nine starts at the event but third top-15 finish (T14 in 2008 and T13 and 2011)
Finished T8 at the AT&T National for his second top-10 finish of the season, equaling his career-high top-10 total from the 2011 and 2012 campaigns. Entered the final round with a share of the lead but struggled to a 3-over 74 to finish T8
Entered the FedExCup Playoffs No. 93 in the standings, but a missed cut at The Barclays dropped him to No. 103 and denied him his first trip to the Deutsche Bank Championship near his hometown of Boston.2012: At No. 119, failed to crack the top 100 in the FedExCup standings for the fifth consecutive season
First top-10 finish since a fifth-place showing at the 2011 Travelers Championship came with a T8 at the Shell Houston Open. It was his sixth start in the event. His second-round 66 was his lowest score of the season
Finished T9 at the Wells Fargo Championship on the strength of weekend 69s. It was his first top-10 at Quail Hollow Club in six career starts.2011: Made 24 PGA TOUR starts, with two top-10 finishes, and an even more important top-15 finish at year's end
At the Puerto Rico Open, flirted with a first-round 59 (11-under-par through 14 holes), ultimately posting a 63 to tie the Trump International GC record for a two-stroke lead. Also held a share of the second-round lead, but rounds of 74-76 on the weekend dropped him to a T42
Finished T8 at the HP Byron Nelson Championship for his first top 10 since finishing T9 at the 2010 Valero Texas Open. Closed at Las Colinas with the best round of the day Sunday, with a 4-under 66 compared to the final-round scoring average of 73.162
Finished fifth at the Travelers Championship, with rounds of 69-64-64-67. It became his first top 10 in Hartford in six careers starts
Came to the season-ending Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic ranked 125th on the money list. His eagle-birdie-birdie start in round one helped push him to an eventual T12, moving him to No. 114 on the final money list, safely inside the top 125. Became ill Saturday night before the final round, but managed six birdies Sunday en route to a 4-under 68. 2010: The 2009 Valero Texas Open runner-up returned to San Antonio where he finished T9 with Ryan Palmer, Tom Gillis and Spencer Levin. That performance represented his only top-10 finish of the season. 2009: Finished 104th on money list with his only top-10 finish coming in a playoff loss at the Valero Texas Open
Lost on the first playoff hole at the Valero Texas Open when Zach Johnson made a 10-foot birdie putt. Turned in four straight rounds in the 60s for the first time in one event, concluding with a 62 that brought him from eight strokes back to tie Johnson. It was his first appearance in the Valero Texas Open. 2008: Recorded 15 of 28 made cuts with seven top-25 finishes
Posted his second career top-10 (80 events) with a T5 finish at the AT&T Classic, thanks to a closing 5-under 67 at TPC Sugarloaf. It was his first top-10 finish since he lost in a playoff to Tim Petrovic at the 2005 Zurich Classic of New Orleans
Recorded a hole-in-one on the 204-yard second hole with a 5-iron at Annadale GC in the final round of the Viking Classic.2007: Made the cut in 13 of 24 events on the Web.com Tour, with eight top-25 finishes. Finished No. 24 on the money list to earn return trip to the PGA TOUR. Among his four top-10 finishes were runner-up showings at the Melwood Prince George's County Open and the Xerox Classic. Finished just one shot behind Paul Claxton at Melwood and one stroke behind Nick Flanagan in Rochester. Ended the year strong with a T8 finish at the Web.com Tour Championship at Barona Creek to help secure his card for 2008. 2006: Made 11 cuts in 29 starts but failed to crack the top 25. 2005: Played his rookie season on TOUR and was one of only three 2004 Web.com Tour graduates to retain his card for 2006, finishing No. 100 in earnings
Lost in a sudden-death playoff to Tim Petrovic at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. After opening 68-71, fired 6-under-par 66 and played with 54-hole leader Chris DiMarco in final group Sunday. Missed a 4-foot birdie putt for win on 72nd hole, shooting a final-round 70 for a 13-under-par 275 total. Petrovic took title with a par 5 on first extra hole after Driscoll three-putted
Missed two months (August-September) due to torn ligament in left thumb, suffered in a pickup basketball game. 2004: Member of the Web.com Tour. Made the cut in 18 of 24 tournament appearances and finished seventh on the money list to earn maiden PGA TOUR card
Notched his first Tour victory with a 15-under-par 273 at the Virginia Beach Open. Finished four strokes ahead of his nearest challengers, including Web.com Tour money leader Jimmy Walker. His 16-under 128 equaled the low final 36-hole score of the season. 2003: Made the cut in six of nine events during his rookie Web.com Tour season. 2002: Received a sponsor exemption into the 2002 Greater Richmond Open, where he finished T6 in his first career event on the Web.com Tour
A member of the Canadian Tour. Amateur: Three-time All-American at Virginia. Recorded 23 career top-10 finishes for the Cavaliers. Winner of the 1998 Golf Digest Invitational. Runner-up to Jeff Quinney at the U.S. Amateur in 2000. Runner-up finish got him into the field of the 2001 Masters, where rounds of 68-78 led to a missed cut by one shot. His opening-round, 4-under-par 68 included just 23 putts and was the best first-round amateur score since 1983. Member of the United States Walker Cup team in 2001. Won a number of men's amateur events throughout the country, including the New England Amateur and the North and South Amateur before turning pro in 2001
American Junior Golf Association first-team All-America selection.