Web.com Tour: Conditionally Exempt: 198th on 2012 PGA TOUR Money List
Biggest thrill in golf is advancing to the final stage of Q-School. Biggest thrill outside of golf is earning a college degree
Favorite golf course played is The Meadow Club
Would most like to play Augusta National
Favorite professional team is the New England Patriots
Favorite TV show is "Family Guy" and movie is "Back to School."
Enjoys watching Conan O'Brien
Favorite book is 1776, and favorite food is sushi
Other favorites include LeBron James, Stockholm, Sweden, and anywhere in Hawaii
Would round out his dream foursome with Charles Barkley, John McEnroe and John Daly
Charities involved with include Guide Dogs for the Blind in San Rafael, Calif.
Cycling, reading, chess
2012: Made four cuts in 12 PGA TOUR starts, with a T11 at the Frys.com Open his best finish
In just two made cut of 14 starts on the Web.com Tour , finished T50 at the Rex Hospital Open for his best result. 2011: As a rookie, claimed three top-25 finishes, with one top-10. Missed the cut in his only Web.com Tour start, at the Albertsons Boise open
Earned his first career, top-10 finish in the fourth start of the season, at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, an event where he missed the cut in 2009 in his only prior TOUR start. Three sub-par rounds helped elevate him to T9 honors with Phil Mickelson and Jimmy Walker. 2010: Web.com Tour Rookie finished No. 56 on the official money list
Finished T10 in his first start at the Pacific Rubiales Bogota Open. In the third round, he birdied the final hole to match the course record, a 6-under 65. Heading into the weekend he was T3, just three strokes back of Steve Pate. A final-round 73 kept him from contention in his third Web.com Tour start
Only other top-10 was a T3 at the Fort Smith Classic, where he hovered near the lead all week. Was one off the 36-hole lead and two back after 54 holes. 2009: Missed the cut at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in his only PGA TOUR career start
Finished T63 at the Cox Classic. 2007: Missed the cut at the Mark Christopher Charity Classic in his first career Web.com Tour start
Two-time winner on the Gateway Tour, where he played from 2007-09. Also played on the Korean Tour in 2008. Amateur: Winner of three collegiate events
Earned third-team All-American honors in 2007. Was a 2007 first-team All-Pac-10 selection. Team captain of the 2007 NCAA Championship team and earned distinction as Stanford's Senior Athlete of the Year in 2007
Was an AJGA Polo Junior All-American in high school.