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Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Began the season with two top-10s in his first four starts and followed with five additional top-25 finishes before being forced to end his season at the Memorial Tournament in June after just 17 starts. Following a missed cut at the Memorial Tournament, was a passenger in a Friday night car accident which left him hospitalized with multiple injuries. After the accident, sat No. 84 in the FedExCup, but fell to No. 122 at the close of the Regular Season, advancing to the FedExCup Playoffs for the second consecutive season. Did not recover in time and was unable to compete at THE NORTHERN TRUST, the first of four Playoffs events, closing the season at No. 124.
Made the cut in 18 of 28 starts during the 2016-17 season, with five top-10 finishes and a season-best T3 at the CareerBuilder Challenge.
Began the season needing to earn 458 FedExCup points or $742,470 to satisfy the requirements of the Major Medical Extension. Finished inside the top 125 on the money list at the conclusion of the Wyndham Championship, but did not qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs. With the finish at the Wyndham Championship, jumped from No. 137 to No. 119 to claim exempt status for 2016-17. Will have three events remaining in medical extension to earn 49 FedExCup points that would qualify him for invitationals such as THE PLAYERS Championship.
After shoulder surgery in September 2014, did not make a start during the PGA TOUR season. Will have 17 events during the 2015-16 campaign to earn 458 FedExCup points or $742,470 to satisfy the requirements of the Major Medical Extension.
Made nine cuts in 19 starts. Finished 143rd in the FedExCup standings, making him eligible to try and regain his exempt status for the 2014-15 PGA TOUR Season via the Web.com Tour Finals. Prior to the Finals, had made just one start (Wyndham Championship, missed cut) after suffering a dislocated shoulder at the John Deere Classic in July.
Made the cut in 10 of 24 PGA TOUR starts. Finished 131st in FedExCup points.
First rookie of the season to record top-10 finishes in successive weeks. Concluded the FedExCup season No. 38 in the standings.
Turned professional prior to the U.S. Open (T63) in June after a stellar amateur and college career at the University of Alabama. Earned PGA TOUR card for the 2012 season off of the PGA TOUR non-member money list in just eight starts. Joined a short list of players who earned their PGA TOUR card straight from college without having to go to the Qualifying School: Gary Hallberg, Scott Verplank, Phil Mickelson, Justin Leonard, Tiger Woods and Ryan Moore.