Member of Nationwide Tour 1996-98 and 2000-01 and PGA TOUR in 1999 and 2002. 2002: Posted first top-10 of TOUR career with a T6 at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Recorded first double eagle of the 2002 season on the 501-yard, par-5 18th hole at Indian Wells Country Club. Held a share of the lead after third round at the Hope at 19-under-par 197. Finish of 67-70 was worth $116,857
Career-best runner-up finish at rain-shortened Southern Farm Bureau Classic, posting rounds of 66-68-68, one shot behind champion Luke Donald. Trailed leader Brad Elder by one stroke after 18 holes and two through 36 holes. Career-best paycheck of $280,800 increased season earnings to $494,404, moving from No. 170 to No. 129 on 2002 TOUR money list. 2001: Returns to PGA TOUR for second time after finishing fifth on the 2001 Nationwide money list. Along with brother Brenden, became first brother combination to earn PGA TOUR card by graduating from Nationwide Tour via the Top 15. Had eight top-10s, including his second career victory and two runner-up finishes. Won Nationwide Tour Monterrey Open in Mexico. Finished second to Chad Campbell at Nationwide Tour Monterey Peninsula Classic, when Campbell broke tie with birdie on 72nd hole. Won the 2001 South African PGA Championship in February. 2000: First Nationwide Tour victory came at Nationwide Tour Greater Cleveland Open. 1999: Rookie on the PGA TOUR after finishing T2 at the 1998 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament in Palm Springs, CA. Amateur: Three-time All-America selection at the University of Arkansas, where he was a teammate of John Daly.