Web.com Tour: Conditional - Finished T123 at 2015 Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament
Enjoys playing ping-pong and pool while not on the golf course
Favorite golf memory is watching his dad break 70 for the first time
Cites flying a fighter jet as his biggest thrill outside golf.
Biggest thrill in golf was playing Augusta National
Would most like to play St. Andrews
First car was a Dodge Shadow
Favorite college team is the Georgia Bulldogs
Favorite professional team is the Montreal Canadiens
Favorite TV show is "Seinfeld"
Favorite movie is "The Dark Knight."
Favorite food is pizza
Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant
Favorite city to visit is Banff, Alberta, Canada
Favorite vacation spot is Hawaii
Would round out his dream foursome with his dad, Fred Couples and David Feherty.
PGA TOUR (1)
2005 Telus Edmonton Open [Can].
2015: Played in two events on the Mackenzie Tour but missed the cut in both starts.2012: In the PGA TOUR Season, made two cuts in 10 starts
Finished T64 at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open in his only made cut in four starts on the Web.com Tour during the PGA TOUR Season. 2011: Successful rookie year on TOUR, with three top-10 finishes. Missed 10 consecutive cuts between January and June before netting two top-six finishes in his ensuing five starts
First top-10 of his career came thanks to first- and fourth-round, 7-under 64s at the John Deere Classic, where he finished T3. Highlight of his week was chipping in from 45 feet for an eagle-3 at the par-5 second hole in the first round
Posted second top-10 of the season at the Reno-Tahoe Open, a T6, on the strength of a final round, 6-under 66
Third top-10 finish came with an eight-way T7 at the Frys.com Open in the Fall Series. Closed with five birdies over the final seven holes Sunday to net the top-10 showing. 2005: Finished T24 at the Alberta Classic, his only made cut in three starts that year on the Web.com Tour. Winner of the Telus Edmonton Open on the Canadian Tour. Has also played on the eGolf Tour and the Hooters Tour. Amateur: Played for two years at Oklahoma State and one year at the University of Georgia. Ranked as the No. 1 junior in Canada in 1999. Won the 1999 Ontario Junior. Winner of the 1999 AJGA Tucker Anthony.