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Web.com Tour Victories (2)
Made a career-high 22 made cuts in 28 starts, equaling his career-best total for top-25 finishes (9), led by a T3 finish at The Greenbrier Classic. Finished the season No. 57 in the FedExCup standings.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career, finishing No. 49 in the final standings. Season highlighted by a career-best five top-10 finishes. Also recorded 19 made cuts and nine top-25 finishes.
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 22 starts, two runners-up, seven top-10s, 13 top-25s and 18 cuts made. Led the Tour in Par-5 Performance (141-under) and Par-5 Scoring Performance (4.50). Was seventh in the final priority-ranking order. Finished the Regular Season playing the weekend in nine of his last 10 starts and 12th on the money list, which ensured his return to the PGA TOUR for 2015-16. Was T9 and four off the lead entering the final round of the second Finals event near Charlotte. A 67 on Sunday jumped him into a T2 finish at the Small Business Connection Championship at River Run, one back of winner Chez Reavie. Took the third Finals event off (Columbus) to rest his back and closed out the season with a T35 at the Web.com Tour Championship.
Made the cut in 13 of 20 PGA TOUR events, more than double his previous season-high of six (2012). Finished the season No. 172 in the FedExCup, with a T12 at the RBC Canadian Open his lone top-25 outing. Was in fourth place after three rounds having carded 69-65-67. Shot 71 Sunday. Played in five summer events on Web.com Tour, including the four Web.com Tour Finals tournaments in which he posted a T25, a T27, missed the cut and a T14. Finished 59th in the priority ranking, nine spots behind the 50th and final card issued.
Finished the season with 21 starts, making 11 cuts and claiming one victory and three more tops-10s. After missing seven of his first 12 cuts, caught his stride in July. Finished the Regular Season 12th in earnings to secure his 2013-14 PGA TOUR card.
Split time between the Web.com Tour and PGA TOUR. Following back surgery after just nine events in his rookie season of 2011, was competing on a Major Medical Extension. Coupled with 2011 earnings ($34,693), had 16 events to make $633,473, equaling No. 125 from the 2011 money list to extend his Extension through the remainder of the season. The John Deere Classic was that 16th start of the season. Through 15 events, had earned $97,111, meaning he needed to pick up at least $536,362 at TPC Deere Run. Only a John Deere Classic victory ($828,000) would have satisfied that requirement. Finished T45 at the John Deere Classic to lose his card. Returned to the Web.com Tour for the remainder of the year and made eight cuts in 12 starts, with four top-25 finishes.
Continued his rookie season again in 2012. Coupled with 2011 ($34,693) earnings, had 16 events to make $633,473, equaling No. 125 from the 2011 money list to extend his Major Medical Extension for the 2012 season. The 2010 Web.com Tour Player of the Year made only four cuts in his first TOUR season without a top-25. His final event was the Shell Houston Open, where he withdrew after an opening-round 80.
Made 22 starts in his rookie season and at age 22 became the youngest player in Web.com Tour history to win the money title. Won his first title, finished runner-up three times and was third twice en route to earning $452,951, the fourth-highest single-season money total in Tour history. Led the money list for a total of 11 weeks, including the final seven. Three starts later finished T2 at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational, his second runner-up finish of the year. Headed into the weekend T32 before firing weekend rounds of 68-66 to record his sixth top-10 finish of the year. Finished T19 the next week at the Cox Classic and his third runner-up finish of the year at the Price Cutter Charity Championship two weeks later. Fired a final-round 65 to jump from eighth to T2 and notch his seventh top-10 of the year. Added another top-10 with a T7 at the Albertsons Boise Open, where his 7-under 64 on Sunday matched the best round of the day. Earned enough money to retake the No. 1 spot on the money from Chris Kirk which he would retain the rest of the year. Became the 11th player in Tour history to top the $400,000 mark in a single season.
Turned professional in the summer of 2009 and made five starts on the PGA TOUR.