Syncrude Oil Country Championship presented by AECON: On a day when the field stroke average was 72.026 on the par-71 Edmonton Petroleum G&CC, he shot a second-round 64, a full eight strokes better than the field to take the lead at the halfway point. Stumbled to a 1-over 72 in the third round but recovered with a 6-under 65 on the last day to finish third, five shots back. Earned his fourth top-10 of the season and fourth in his last six starts.
RBC Canadian Open: In his PGA TOUR debut, qualified for the event at Glen Abbey GC and made the most of the opportunity that came via his top-three position on the Mackenzie Tour Order of Merit. Opened 67-70 to make the cut then closed 69-71 to T29 with seven others. His $37,742 was the largest of his short pro career.
Windsor Championship: Began his final round at Ambassador GC by jarring his approach shot on the par-4 first hole for eagle. His 67-67-65-64 performance was his third consecutive top-10. Was a combined 60-under at the three events—and his four scores in the 60s in Windsor improved his overall streak to 12 consecutive sub-par rounds.
Lethbridge Paradise Canyon Open: Despite a first-round 70, fought back with three closing rounds in the mid-60s to finish T9 a week after winning for the first time.
GolfBC Championship: With his father as his caddie, the newly minted professional played solid and sometimes dominant golf at Gallagher's Canyon G&CC in mid-June, celebrating Father's Day in style with a two-shot victory over P.J. Samiere and Zach Wright. After opening 69-67 and sitting at 6-under heading into the weekend, shot a tournament-best, 9-under 62 Saturday to grab a three-shot lead over six players with 18 holes left. A Sunday 66, with a birdie on his final hole to punctuate the week gave him the final margin of victory. Not only was it his first win on the Mackenzie Tour, it was also his first made cut—having missed the weekend in his previous two starts. Played the par-4s for the week in 12-under, a stroke average of 3.73 on those holes.
Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada Q-School-USA WEST 2: Qualified for the Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada, with a third-place finish at Wigwam GC in Phoenix. The top-five finish gave him status for the 2018 season.
Played for the University of Arizona from 2014-18. Best season came his senior year as he finished with the second-lowest season scoring average in program history, at 70.4 strokes per round. Won the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate in Albuquerque, N.M., and advanced to the NCAA Championships as an individual after shooting 9-under par at the NCAA Regionals. Finished the season with eight top-10 finishes and 28 rounds at par or better.
Was named the No. 2 overall recruit in his class by both Golfweek and the AJGA and was one of five worldwide recipients of the Byron Nelson International Junior Golf Award in 2014.