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International Victories (3)
Season limited to just 13 starts and a season-best T10 at the Puerto Rico Open. Did not play again after withdrawing with a shoulder injury following the first round of the PGA Championship. Will enter the 2017-18 season on a Minor Medical Extension, with three events available to earn 253 points (coupled with 112 earned during the 2016-17 season) to equal No. 125 J.J. Henry's 365-point total on the 2017 FedExCup points list. Should he do so, will retain eligibility through the end of the season.
Busy schedule included time on the European Tour, PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour, where he earned his TOUR card for the 2016-17 season via the Web.com Tour Finals. Made two cuts from three starts in the Finals, including one top-10 finish, to finish 21st in the final priority-ranking order. Additional top-10 finishes on the European Tour were turned in at the Omega European Masters (3), Commercial Bank Qatar Masters (T4) and the BMW PGA Championship (T7. In his other three PGA TOUR starts, finished T54 at the U.S. Open, T42 at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational and T60 at the PGA Championship.
His only two top-10 finishes came in bookend fashion, opening his season with a solo-third place finish at the Alfred Dunhill Championship and closing with a 10th-place effort at the Turkish Airlines Open. Finished a career-best 70th in the Race to Dubai standings.
Won twice on the Challenge Tour to earn his European Tour card for the 2015 season. Victories came at the Scottish Hydro Challenge (by three strokes) and Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge (by two strokes).
Posted three top-10 finishes on the Challenge Tour, including a season-best T5 at the Finnish Challenge. Low medalist at the Second Qualifying Stage, but 52nd-place finish at Final Stage led to another year on the Challenge Tour.
Rookie season on the European Tour led to a No. 163 finish in the Race to Dubai. Failed to record a top-25 finish, with a T33 at the South Africa Open Championship and T35 at the BMW Italian Open his best outings.
Enjoyed a breakthrough season, making his first-ever European Tour start at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa. Qualified for his first major championship, the Open Championship (missed cut), via local final qualifying at Royal Cinque Ports. Also played on the Challenge Tour, highlighted by a runner-up finish at the M2M Russian Challenge Cup. Qualified him for the Grand Final, where a T3 propelled him to 15th in the standings to secure a European Tour card for 2012.
Split time between the Jamega Tour, the PGA EuroPro Tour and some starts on the Challenge Tour.
Turned professional and claimed his first professional title on the Jamega Tour.