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Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Latinoamérica Victories (3)
Made the cut in eight of 17 starts before a knee injury sidelined him for the rest of his rookie season following a T37 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Best of his two top-25 finishes was a T15 effort at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Entered the 2018-19 season playing out of the Minor Medical Extension category with eight available starts to earn 209 FedExCup points. Earned 168 points during the 2017-18 season (No. 125 Seamus Power collected 377).
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 24 starts, one win, four additional top-10s and 19 cuts made. Was 22nd in the final priority-ranking order. Secured his PGA TOUR card for the 2017-18 season with an 11th-place finish on the 2017 Web.com Tour Regular Season money list.
Claimed PGA TOUR Latinoamérica Player of the Year honors and full exempt status on the Web.com Tour following a strong season of three victories, one runner-up finish and four other top-fives in 12 starts. As the only multiple winner of the season, earned $140,897 in prize money to set a new single season earning record. Had the lowest scoring average at 69.34 strokes per round. Secured the Order of Merit title and the Roberto De Vicenzo Award with an impressive 10-shot win at the season-ending Shell Championship in Miami in December. Win set a Tour record for the largest margin of victory ever recorded. Started the second half of the season with two wins in consecutive weeks at the San Luis Championship, an event he won on the second hole of a four-man playoff in San Luis Potosi, Mexico and at the Copa Diners Club International, where he won by two strokes in Quito, Ecuador in September. Made the cut in 8 of 12 starts on the Web.com Tour. His best finish and only top-10 was T9 at the LECOM Health Challenge in July. Had two other top-25s on his way to finishing 105th on the money list.
Had a strong debut on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica, collecting three top-fives in his first four starts. Finished solo-third at the season opening 68th Avianca Colombia Open, where he posted a 7-under 65 in round three. After missing the cut at the Mazatlán Open, he finished solo-fourth at the 84th Abierto OSDE del Centro playing in Sunday's last group for the second time in three starts. His other top-five was a T4 at the Lexus Panama Classic.
Won the Waterloo Open, the largest and longest-running professional tournament in Iowa, in back-to-back years in 2010-11.