Korn Ferry Tour: Finishers 76-100 on Regular Season points list and additional Qualifying Tournament finishers (thru 2020)
Korn Ferry Tour: 2020
2016 Palmer Cup
Grew up playing Ice hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL. He had to stop playing due to injuries and was too small at age 14 which led to a career in golf.
Charity focus in breast cancer.
Love all sports and will go to nearby games if he can.
Was named CCAA (California College Athletic Association) Golfer of the Year and CCAA Athlete of the Year in 2016. He was a member of the Palmer Cup team in 2016 as well.
2016 Palmer Cup team USA
He always uses a special ball marker that his assistant coach got for his team before nationals during his senior year of college.
Earliest golf memory was attending the U.S. Senior Open at Sahalee with his dad. The first tee shot he saw was a 30-yard 3-wood that hit a tree. He remembers thinking to himself, 'wow pros hit bad shots?'
Syncrude Oil Country Championship presented by AECON: Endured 10 wasp stings during Thursday's first round on the seventh hole at Edmonton Petroleum G&CC. Continued playing, shooting a 6-over 77 despite severe pain on his face, right arm and back. Came back with a 1-under 70 in the second round but still missed the cut.
Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada Q-School-USA WEST 1: Qualified as a conditional Mackenzie Tour - PGA TOUR Canada member with his sixth-place finish at the tournament in Santee, Calif. Used rounds of 66-76-70-71 to earn status.
Played college golf at Chico State University in California, where he was a Div. II NCAA All-American. His team made it to the quarterfinals, semifinals and were the national runners-up his senior year. Was the 2015 California Collegiate Athletic Associat
Named to the U.S. Arnold Palmer Cup team in 2016 at the event in Formby, England. Teammates included current Mackenzie Tour players Zach Wright and Derek Bard, as well as Mackenzie Tour alum Rico Hoey and PGA TOUR Latinoamerica's Nahum Mendoza III. Finish
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