Web.com Tour: Conditional - Additional Qualifying Tournament Finisher or Finished 76-100 on 2015 Web.com Tour Money List
Grew up hoping to become a professional rugby player and is still an avid fan of the Cronulla Sharks. Picked up his first golf club at age 12, getting his start in the game from his grandparents
Lists Greg Norman as his inspiration to take up the game and still his hero. Favorite American sport is baseball and is a big fan of the Jacksonville Jaguars
Enjoys Thai food
Lists winning his first professional event as his biggest thrill in golf
Favorite golf course played is Pebble Beach GL. Would most like to play Augusta National
Never travels without his computer
His first car was a 1983 Mistubishi Sigma
His favorite TV show is "Entourage," and his favorite movie is "The Shawshank Redemption."
Favorite entertainer is Billy Joel. Favorite athlete to watch is Roger Federer
Lists the Greek Islands as his favorite vacation spot
Lucky charm is a handkerchief he keeps in his left pocket at all times. Bucket list items include flying in a fighter jet.
Fitness, watching movies
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
2008 Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship at Wente Vineyards
2010: Posted three top-10 finishes in 22 starts in sophomore season on TOUR
Earned second career top-10, at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans with a T10 at TPC Louisiana (first was T6 at 2009 Mayakoba Golf Classic) after getting into the event as an alternate. The top-10 performance earned him a spot at the following week's Quail Hollow Championship, where he finished T17
Three rounds of 5-under 65, along with a 1-over 71 in the second round, led to a T9 finish at inaugural Greenbrier Classic
Third top-10 finish also came in a first-year event, posting four rounds in the 60s to finish T9 at The McGladrey Classic
Made three cuts in three starts on the Nationwide Tour with a T16 at the Knoxville News Sentinel Open his best finish. 2009: In his rookie season on the PGA TOUR, made the cut in 20 of 27 events, with top-25 finishes at the Mayakoba Golf Classic (T6) and the St. Jude Classic (T14). Finished the season No. 144 on the money list. 2008: Placed 18th on the Nationwide Tour money list, with $249,144
Earned his first career title with a playoff victory at the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship. Final-round 72 helped him overcome a four-stroke deficit and force a playoff with rookie J.J. Killeen. Price collected the $108,000 first-place check when Killeen missed a short par putt on the second extra hole. Victory jumped him from No. 48 to No. 4 on the money list. He joined Jarrod Lyle, Ewan Porter and Gavin Coles as Australians to win on Tour in the first six events of 2008
First-round co-leader with fellow Australian Greg Chalmers at the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic and eventually finished T5. Played in the team competition with hockey Hall of Famer Mark Messier, where they finished T6 with Ricky Barnes and tournament host Wayne Gretzky. Scored a ride home with Messier after the tournament on Messier's private jet
Shot a final-round 65, including a front-nine 29, at Nationwide Tour Championship to finish T16 and secure his spot in "The 25." 2007: Made the cut in 17 of 26 starts on the Nationwide Tour, with eight top-25 finishes. Finished the season No. 42 on the money list, with $144,208
Recorded a runner-up finish for the second year in a row, this time at the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship. 2006: Made the cut in seven of 11 starts during his rookie season on the Nationwide Tour, including three top-10s. Finished the season No. 52 on the money list, with $117,858. 2005: Winner of two Gateway Tour Beach Series events. Amateur: One of three finalist's for the 2005 Ben Hogan Award, given annually to the nation's top golfer. Winner of seven collegiate tournaments during his career at Georgia Southern, including four during his senior season. Named first-team All-American in 2005 to go along with third-team honors in 2004. Winner of two prestigious amateur titles—the 2004 Rice Planters Amateur Championship and the 2004 Players Amateur Championship. Won back-to-back medalist honors in the stroke-play competition at the Western Amateur (2003-04). That same year, he lost, 1-down, to eventual winner Ryan Moore at the U.S. Amateur in the round of 16.