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Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 24 starts, two runner-ups and 19 cuts made. Was ninth in the final priority-ranking order. Secured his PGA TOUR card for the 2017-18 season with a fourth-place finish on the 2017 Web.com Tour Finals money list (excluding the 25).
It took 15 starts in his rookie season on the PGA TOUR to collect his first top-10, posting rounds of 69-71-69-68 at the Quicken Loans National to finish T10 alongside fellow rookie Smylie Kaufman. It was the first time in his career he posted three rounds in the 60s in the same tournament, and his final-round 68 was his first sub-par closing score. Went on to finish No. 158 in the FedExCup standings.
Finished the Web.com Tour season having played in all 25 tournaments, recording one win, six top-25s and 18 cuts made. Was 50th on the final priority-ranking order Prior to the start of the season, another vehicle struck and totaled his car in Orlando, Fla., the accident causing him a bruised shoulder and no golf for a week After missing his first two cuts, made the cut in his next 10 tournaments In the Web.com Tour Finals, finishes of T74, T25 and T47 in the first three events placed him at No. 50 on the Finals' money list. At the Web.com Tour Championship, made the cut by two shots then reeled off two very timely rounds of 67 on the weekend to claim a T12 finish at TPC Sawgrass. But the computer projections had him 28th on the Finals' money list when he departed the scoring trailer. Dejected and thinking he had not played quite well enough, hopped in his car before play ended and started to make the two-hour drive to his Orlando home. It was 30 minutes later when he got the call that a Lucas Glover bogey on the 72nd hole had turned projections in his favor and that he had snared the final card and 50th position in the final priority-ranking order. When he walked in toward the end of the Class of 2015 group photo, his fellow grads gave the popular player a rousing ovation as his six-year journey to get to the PGA TOUR had finally become reality. The margin between him and No. 26 Eric Axley, who ironically earned the 50th card last year, was $101.
Entered 14 Web.com Tour events, posting one top-10 and four top-25s. Slumped beginning in June, missing seven cuts in a row to drop from 55th to 89th with two Regular Season events remaining. A T11 in Knoxville and a T21 in Portland got him to 79th in earnings, but four shy of making the Web.com Tour Finals and full exempt 2015 Tour status.
In 20 Web.com Tour starts, made five cuts, with his best finish a T11 at the Air Capital Classic, where he closed with his low round of the year, a 65.
Made the cut in 14 of 26 starts and had seven top-25 finishes and ended the year No. 2 in Putting Average.
First top-10 of the season was a T5 at the South Georgia Classic, which matched his career best on Tour. Finished the week No. 3 in Putting.
Made 15 of 28 cuts, with 11 top-25 performances to finish No. 43 on the money list. Posted his first top-10 finish in his 21st event of the year, the Utah Championship. Fired back-to-back 67s in the first two rounds to be two strokes back, T3, heading into the weekend. Rounds of 75-65 led to a T10 finish.
Won the Massachusetts Open and the New Hampshire Open.
Made two PGA TOUR starts, missing the cut at the Deutsche Bank Championship and T41 at the Bell Canadian Open. Made two Web.com Tour starts, missing the cut in both. Won twice on the Canadian Tour. Held off Jim Rutledge, Craig Kanada and Omar Uresti in a playoff at the Barton Creek Classic. Followed that with another playoff win, defeating Stephen Gangluff at the Corona Mazatlan Classic. Second-place finish on the Order of Merit earned him an exemption into the Canadian Open.
New England Tour Player of the Year.