2011 Kazakhstan Open [EurChall], Formby Hall Classic [PGA EuroPro].
2013 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles [Eur].
2017 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship [Eur].
PGA TOUR (1)
2013 Farmfoods British Par-3 Championship.
Opened the European Tour season with an impressive T3 at the UBS Hong Kong Open, finishing two strokes behind champion Sam Brazel
Making his second start of the season, celebrated his 26th birthday with an opening-round 5-under 67, adding rounds of 67-70-67 to win the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship by one stroke over Dustin Johnson and Pablo Larrazabal. It marked his first win on Tour since the 2013 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. Entered the final round trailing 54-hole leader Tyrrell Hatton by one stroke, closing with a 67 (including a 31 on his final nine holes) at a windy Abu Dhabi Golf Club for the come-from-behind win. Final round was highlighted by a chip-in for eagle on the 10th hole. The victory was a continuation of his fine form of late, including 10 top-20 finishes in his last 14 starts and 42 of his last 43 rounds at par or better
Posted a final-round 5-under 66, including a final-hole birdie, to snatch solo-second at 13-under 271 at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship, his 13th start on the PGA TOUR. His 9-under total over the back nine for the week included just one bogey, coming at the par-3 13th hole in the opening round. Earned largest check ever ($1,045,000) and 315 non-member FedExCup points leaving him four points short of seeking Special Temporary Membership of the PGA TOUR
Comprehensively secured the required four FedExCup points in his next start, at the Arnold Palmer Invitational with a T10 finish. After opening with a 6-over 78 in the first round, posted rounds of 66-70-68 to be eligible for Special Temporary Membership on the PGA TOUR, going from 315 to 388 points. Accepted Special Temporary Membership making him eligible for unlimited sponsor exemptions for the remainder of the 2016-17 season as he attempts to earn a PGA TOUR card for the 2017-18 season through the Non-member FedExCup Points List.
2015-16: Finished the European Tour season No. 41 in the Race to Dubai standings, with five top-10 finishes
Managed just one top-10 finish in his first 18 starts of the season (T7 at the Qatar Masters), but closed with four top 10s in his final nine starts of the season (including eight of nine top-25 finishes)
Finished a season-best T4 at the British Masters
Closed the campaign with a T9 effort at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai
Made just two starts on the PGA TOUR, finishing T30 at the WGC-HSBC Champions and missing the cut at the Open Championship.2014-15: Had a nice showing in December 2014 at the Thailand Golf Championship. Shot a final-round 70 at Amata Spring CC to finish fourth, three shots behind winner Lee Westwood
In mid-April, at the European Tour's inaugural Shenzhen International, opened with a 2-under 70 then reeled off three consecutive 69s at Genzon GC to finish solo third, a stroke out of the Kiradech Aphibarnrat-Hao Tong Li playoff. Had a chance to join the playoff with a birdie on No. 18 Sunday, but his putt missed
In his first appearance at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play, finished T5 at TPC Harding Park. Lost in the quarterfinals to fellow Englishman, Danny Willett (3 and 2), after a winning perfomance in the round of 16 against Branden Grace (2 and 1)
Enjoyed a top-10 in late-May at the BMW PGA Championship, thanks to a third-round 65 that led to a T6 with Shane Lowery
Finished T10 at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open with six others at Gullane GC in July. Failed to record another top 10 in his final 13 starts of the season, finishing No. 24 in the final European Tour standings.2013-14: Made both his PGA TOUR and World Golf Championships debut when he T18 at the HSBC Champions in Shanghai in November 2013. It was his only made cut in three TOUR appearances
Concluded the European Tour season ranked 19th in the final Race to Dubai standings. Was poised to win the Volvo Golf Champions in mid-January on the European Tour. Opened with rounds of 70-67-69 at Durban CC in Durban, South Africa. Could only match par with a 72 on his final round, eventually settling for a T3 with Joost Luiten, two shots behind winner Louis Oosthuizen
Had a nice showing in late-August at the Czech Masters. Shot a second-round, 7-under 65, the low round of the day and parlayed that into a T5 with Eddie Pepperell, six shots behind winner Jamie Donaldson at Albatross Golf Resort in Prague
In early September, opened with a 6-under 64 at the Omega European Masters. Followed that with three more under-70 rounds, including a third-round, 7-under 63, that led to a T5 finish at Crans-sur-Sierre GC
Continued his solid play, at the ISPS Handa Wales Open. Opened with three consecutive 68s at Celtic Manor and was five shots behind 54-hole leader Joost Luiten. Shot a final-round, 4-under 67 but came up a stroke short of Luiten
Made a strong run at victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in October. Jumped into contention with a third-round 62 at St. Andrews' Old Course. Played bogey-free and had a run of six consecutive birdies from Nos. 5 to 10. Trailed Oliver Wilson by three shots with 18 holes to play. Shot a second consecutive bogey-free round, again at St. Andrews, a 4-under 68 only to fall a stroke short of Wilson. Finished T2 with Richie Ramsay and Rory McIlroy. Played his final 39 holes bogey-free, his last bogey coming at No. 15 at Kingsbarns on Friday.2013: In the middled of the summer, was ranked as low as No. 272 in the Official World Golf Ranking after a 65th place showing at the European Tour's Russian Open. In his next start, a month later, broke through for his first title, at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. Finished regulation tied with Ricardo Gonzalez and Stephen Gallacher. In the overtime session, he made a par-4 to Gonzalez and Gallacher's bogeys to secure the championship at The Gleneagles Hotel in Pertshire, Scotland. Moved up 110 positions in the OWGR
Added another top-10 at the Omega European Masters, when he finished T9 after opening with a 6-under 65
Final top-10 of the year came at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Four rounds in the 660s in Scotland, at St. Andrews' Old COurse, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns, led to a T5, two shots behind winner David Howell, who edged Peter Uihlein in a playoff
Only other top-10s came early in the season when he T10 at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic and T9 at the Avantha Masters in India
In lone Japan Golf Tour start, was T36 at the Dunlop Phoenix
On the Sunshine Tour, was T14 at the Joburg Open.2012: Top European Tour finish came in th final event of the year, at the South African Open. Shot a final-round 69 at Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate to T6 with Darren Fichardt and Magnus Carlsson
Best finish prior to that was a T17 at the KLM Open in the Netherlands
In one start on the Australasian Tour, was T28 at the Handa Perth International
His T18 at the Africa Open was his top effort in three Sunshine Tour starts.2011: Split his time between the European Challenge Tour and the European Tour. Earned his first professional title when he captured the Kazkhstan Open on the Challenge Tour. Opened 68-69-66 to hold a two-shot lead over Simon Thornton with 18 holes to play. Fired a final-round 70 at Nurtau GC, which was enough to hold off Knut Borsheim by two shots
Two weeks earlier, just missed on earning his first title when he T2 at the Challenge Tour's Rolex Trophy in Geneva, Switzerland. Began the final round four shots behind after a third-round 74 came on the heels of his 66-65 start. Shot his second 65 of the week only to fall a stroke short of winner Benjamin Hebert
Second runner-up effort came at the Apulia San Domenico Grand Final, in Italy. Through 54 holes, was a stroke behind Andrea Pavan and finished in that same position when both players shot identical 71s on the last day. The victory secured his No. 1 position on that Tour's order of merit. 2010: Turned pro and made the cut in his first start, at the European Tour's Czech Open. A final-round 78 left him T67
Back on the European Challenge Tour, he flirted with victory again, finishing T2 at the Russian Challenge Cup. After a third-round 72 left him four shots behind leader Jamie McLeary, came back with a final-round 67 at Tseleevo Golf and Polo Club only to fall a stroke shy of winner Carlos Del Moral.Amateur: Came close to victory at the 2010 English Challenge in July in his European Challenge Tour debut. Shot rounds of 66-69-68-69 to T2 with Craig Lee, a stroke behind winner Daniel Gaunt. At the end of his amateur career, was ranked No. 1 in the Scratch Players World Amateur Rankings based on his victories at the English Amateur and the Boys Home Internationals, both in 2010.