New Mexico State University GC (Las Cruces, New Mexico)
Web.com Tour: Exempt - Top-75 Money Winner from 2016 Web.com Tour Regular Season
Mackenzie Tour - Canada: Exempt
Attended Rio Rancho (New Mexico) High School, in suburban Albuquerque
Has one brother. His father finished third in the U.S. Open Karate Championships
Twitter account is @nmtimothy
Earliest golf memories include winning several father-son tournaments with his dad
Says if he weren't a professional golfer he would devote his time to helping underprivileged and disabled children
Biggest thrill in golf was winning his professional debut at the 2011 New Mexico Open. Biggest thrill away from golf was getting engaged (May 2, 2015)
Favorite course he's played is Pasatiempo GC in Santa Cruz, Calif., and would like to play Augusta National
Favorite college teams are New Mexico State and Alabama and pro teams include the San Francisco 49ers and Oklahoma City Thunder
Likes to visit Montreal and says his favorite sporting event he attended was the 2014 RBC Canadian Open in Montreal, his first career start in a PGA TOUR event
Enjoys ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, watching "Sons of Anarchy" and eating at P.F. Chang's
Likes to go to the gym to workout
Has been dealing with the speech disorder of stuttering since he was a child and enjoys helping children with similar issues.
Dream foursome would include his dad, his grandpa and Jesus Christ
Favorite food is green chili
Lists getting engaged as his biggest thrill outside golf
Biggest thrill in golf was winning in professional debut at 2011 New Mexico Open
Favorite course he's played is Eugene CC in Oregon. Is a big fan of the San Francisco 49ers.
Weightlifting, soccer, basketball
Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada Victories (1)
Mackenzie Tour - Canada (1)
2011 New Mexico Open.
2015: Finished the Web.com Tour season with 22 starts, one runner-up, five top-25s and eight cuts made. Was 70th on the combined final money list
Opened the Brasil Champions with rounds of 66-70. Reeled off five consecutive birdies on Saturday to begin his third round, followed by seven consecutive pars. Added two more birdies on the back nine (Nos. 13-14) before finishing with four pars to complete a bogey-free 64. Birdied four of his first five holes on Sunday en route to a 5-under 66 to finish T2 with six others
Would make his next three cuts, with latter two resulting in T12 and T16 finishes in Mexico and the BMW Charity Pro-Am, respectively, to get to No. 18 on the money list
Struggled the rest of the Regular Season making just two cuts over his final 11 starts, with a T16 at the Stonebrae Classic in July his top performance
Shot 64 in the first of the Air Capital Classic in June, only to be DQ'd the following day when it was determined he had signed an incorrect first-round scorecard (should have signed for a 65)
August ended with four missed cuts, dropping him to 55th in earnings on the Regular Season money list
Missed the cut in all four Web.com Tour Finals' events.