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Web.com Tour Victories (1)
After missing the cut in each of his first seven starts on the PGA TOUR the 2016-17 season, finished T10 at the Shell Houston Open for his first top-10 since the 2016 Wells Fargo Championship (T4).
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career, but a missed cut at The Barclays ended his season at No. 113 in the standings. Season included career-best numbers with 11 made cuts, four top-10s and six top-25s.
Made the cut in five of 15 PGA TOUR starts, with lone top-10 of the season (T6) coming at the Barbasol Championship in Alabama on the RTJ Golf Trail. Went on to finish the season No. 198 in the FedExCup standings. Opened the Web.com Tour Finals with T22 and T53 finishes in Fort Wayne and Charlotte. Then earned his first career Tour win at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship, the penultimate event in the Web.com Tour Finals. Played five Web.com Tour Regular Season events, making three cuts which resulted in finishes of T14, T22 and T23. Opened with an even-par 71 and was four back after the first round. Maintained pace with the leaders after a second-round 70. Fired 68 on Saturday, birdieing the final two holes to pull within three of Roberto Castro. On Sunday, made three birdies and three bogeys going out. Took the outright lead with a birdie at No. 14. Finished the tournament at 5-under 279, good for a two-stroke victory. His 279 was the highest score of the year (both aggregate and relative to par). Moved up to No. 3 in the Finals' standings with one event to go after collecting a $180,000 first-place check. A T35 at the Web.com Tour Championship placed him eighth in the final priority-ranking order.
Rookie season defined by 10 made cuts in 22 starts, three of which resulted in top-25 finishes. Closed the season ranked 137th in the FedExCup standings.
Finished the season making 13 cuts in 25 starts, highlighted by two top-10s, which included a dramatic run in the season's finale. Led the Tour in Total Eagles, with 17.
Made the cut in two of four Web.com Tour starts and had a T13 finish at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open, where he was a Monday qualifier. Qualified for the WNB Golf Classic and the Neediest Kids Championship.
Missed the cut in his first career start on the PGA TOUR, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans where he was a Monday qualifier. Made two cuts in three starts on the Web.com Tour and had a pair of top-25 finishes.