Has lived off the fifth hole at TPC The Woodlands since age 2.
Web.com Tour Victories (3)
2002 Bank of America Monterey Peninsula Classic
2007 Peek'n Peak Classic, Cox Classic Presented by Chevrolet
2012: Failed to qualify for the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the third consecutive season. Finished No. 168 in the FedExCup standings
Finished T4 at the Travelers Championship after holding a share of the third-round lead. Missed his previous two cuts at the Travelers Championship, in 2009 and 2010. Had a chance to force a playoff with a birdie on the last hole, but a bogey-5 dropped him two shots off Marc Leishman's winning total. 2011: Finished just outside the top 125 on the money list at No.1. Made 10 of 22 cuts, but had a career-best six top-25 finishes. Entered the final event of the year, the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic at No. 120 on the money list, but missed the cut and dropped out of the top 125
Carded four rounds in the 60s, including a second-round, 5-under 65, to open the season with a T7 at the Sony Open in Hawaii
Notched his second top 10 of the year, a T5 at the Transitions Championship, carding rounds of 68-67-69-70 to finish 10-under-par, five behind champion Gary Woodland. 2010: Made charge at the final official event of the season, the Children's Miracle Network Classic, to sneak into the top 125 on the money list and retain TOUR card. Entered the Children's Miracle Network Classic at No. 179 on the money list in need of a solo second-place finish to get inside the top 125. Finished solo second at Disney to place 122nd on the money list. Held a four-shot lead after both the second and third-round leads, before a final-round 72 dropped him three shots behind the winner. Was tied for second with Spencer Levin on the final hole of the tournament. Levin bogeyed the final hole dropping him to T3. 2009: Finished inside the top 125 for the first time in his career with a pair of top-10 finishes
Missed the cut in his first event of the year, the Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun, but rebounded a month later in April in his second start of the year at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans when four sub-par rounds earned a T9 and a trip to the Quail Hollow Championship the following week. The finish was his best since finishing T9 at the 2008 Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun
Shot bogey-free 64 in the final round of the Buick Open to T2 and earn $380,800, enabling him to play the rest of the season on a Major Medical Extension. Had 13 starts to earn $407,540 and did it comfortably in his 10th start of the season at the Buick Open. Led the field in birdies (24) and made the biggest move of the week in the FedExCup standings, jumping 66 spots to No. 108. 2008: Made the cut in seven of 15 events on the PGA TOUR before a right wrist injury sidelined him after late May and earned a Major Medical Extension in 2009
Set the El Camaleon GC at Mayakoba course record with a 9-under-par 61 in the third round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic en route to a T9 finish. The previous course record was 62 set by Fred Funk (first round, 2007) and later matched by Brent Geiberger (second round, 2007). Made the cut on the number and jumped from T64 to the top-10 with rounds of 61-68 on the weekend. Missed the cut in four of his next six starts before finishing T7 at the HP Byron Nelson Championship to round out his top-10 finishes for the year. Regained his TOUR card for 2008 by virtue of his second-place finish on the 2007 Web.com Tour money list. 2007: Led the money list until the final event of the year, the Web.com Tour Championship, as Richard Johnson passed him. Made the cut in 16 of 28 starts, with a career-high 15 top-25 finishes. His $415,124 doubled his career money in three previous seasons on Tour. One of the most consistent performers on the Web.com Tour with six top-10 finishes. Earned his second career Web.com Tour win at the Peek'n Peak Classic with a tournament-record, 15-under 273 final score and a three-stroke victory over Paul Claxton. Took over the top spot on the money list with second victory of 2007 at the Cox Classic, collecting $117,000. Finished a Tour-best 24-under 260 in Omaha, clipping Jason Day by one stroke. Set up his victory with a 64-63 start, the lowest first-36 hole score in 2007 and added a 68 in the third round to equal the low 54-hole total for the year. 2006: Member of the Web.com Tour and made the cut in 17 of 29 starts. Needed a late surge at the PalmettoPride Classic (T4) to lock up his playing status for 2007. 2005: Made the cut in 12 of 26 starts on the PGA TOUR with his only top-10 finish a T8 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Earned 2005 card via T9 finish at PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament. 2004: Finished 177th on PGA TOUR money list in rookie season. Recorded his first top-10 in his 17th career start, a T5 at the 2004 Reno-Tahoe Open and collected a career-best payday of $109,500. Missed a 7-foot birdie try on the last hole of regulation that would have put him in a playoff. 2003: Earned first PGA TOUR card by finishing T28 at the Qualifying Tournament. Finished in the top 30 on the Web.com Tour in 2002-03, including 29th in 2003. Established a Kooyonga GC course record with a 6-under-par 65 in the opening round of the Jacob's Creek Open in Australia. Season's top finish was a T2 at the Price Cutter Charity Championship. 2002: Enjoyed standout rookie season on the Web.com Tour, including his first victory at the Bank of America Monterey Peninsula Classic. Missed six straight cuts before a course-record 6-under 66 in the opening round of that tournament gave him a one-shot lead. Led by one after 36 holes and by five after 54 holes. Final-round 74 good enough to hold off Aaron Baddeley by two shots. 2001: Finished T47 at the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament at Bear Lakes CC. Entered the final hole of PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament needing a par to earn his TOUR card, but his approach hit a cart path and bounced on the top of the Bear Lakes clubhouse. He dropped into an unplayable lie and finished with a triple-bogey 7, missing his TOUR card by three strokes. Still shot final-round 69. 2000: Played the Golden Bear Tour in 2000-01. Amateur: 2000 Southeastern Conference champion. Earned first-team All-SEC honors and second-team All-American honors. 1998 and 2000 Scholastic All-American. Named four consecutive years (1997-2000) to the Scholastic All-SEC team.