Current Year: Rebounded from a disappointing 2015 season to finish 24th on the Order of Merit. Earned ￥178,284 on the strength of two early season top-10s. After a solid showing in his season-opening event, the Henan Open, struggled with the rest of the field on day one of the United Investment Real Estate Wuhan Open. In windy and rainy conditions, posted a 5-over 77 in the first round. Came back with a 72 in the second round and a 5-under 67 in the third. Finished with a 71 for the T6—his career-best outing bettering the T8 he enjoyed at the 2014 Tour Championship presented by CTS Tycoon...Had a strong tournament in June in Chengdu, at the Cadillac Championship. Joined winner Alex Kang, Shih Chang Chan and Junghwan Lee as the only players in the field with four sub-70 rounds. Shot scores of 67-69-69-66 to T9 with six others.
2015: Played in all 12 PGA TOUR China events, making eight cuts—including the final five in a row. Best finish was a T20 at the Chongqing Jiangnan NewTown KingRun Open.
2014: Made his PGA TOUR China Series’ debut, at the Mission Hills Haikou Open. Finished T65 at the Sandbelt Trails Course…Shot a final-round 68 at the Buick Open in Guangzhou to T35 in his second PGA TOUR China Series appearance…Missed the cut at the European Tour’s Volvo China Open.…In his next start, at the United Investment Real Estate Wuhan Open, began with a 1-under 71 and finished with an even-par 72 to T29…Picked up his first top-20 finish of the campaign when he enjoyed three rounds of par or better at the Lanhai Open outside Shanghai to T15…Missed the cut at the Earls Beijing Open in June…A week after a WD at the Chateau Junding Penglai Open, started the Cadillac Championship with a pair of 69s. Was 1-under on the weekend at Qinghe Bay GC to earn his first top-10 of the season, a T9…Captured a top-25 at the Nanshan China Masters in mid-October, finishing T24 at the OneAsia Tour event. Shot rounds of 70-73-73-74 to finish eight shots behind winner Hao Tong Li at Nanshan International GC…Playing in the European Tour’s BMW Masters in Shanghai in late-October, had a strong start, shooting rounds of 70-69-68 at Lake Malaren GC and was tied for 20th with a round to play. Didn’t play well in the final round, shooting a 3-over 75 Sunday to drop into a T28…In his next PGA TOUR China start, following his T9 at the Cadillac Championship, added another T9 at the Hainan Open in sanya. Finished with an even-par 72 at Luhuitou GC to tie with Todd Baek, amateur Cheng Jin and Quincy Quek.
2013: Top finish was a T27 at the China Masters on the OneAsia Tour. Opened with a 3-over 75 then shot three consecutive rounds of 72…Added a T55 at the European Challenge Tour’s Foshan Open, including second- and final-round 71s…Shot an opening-round 67 at the Japan Golf Tour’s Thailand Open but had to withdraw due to injury…Was also 66th at the European Tour’s BMW Masters.
2012: Finished 70th on the European Tour’s BMW Masters…Was T62 at the OneAsia Tour’s SK Telecom Open in South Korea.
2011: Finished 75th at the European Tour’s weather-shortened Barclays Singapore Open. Enjoyed a second-round 67…Was also 62nd at the Volvo China Open. Shot a second-round, 4-under 68.
2010: Missed the cut at the Barclays Singapore Open.
2009: Shot a 66 in the 18-hole Vancouver Golf Tour Green Room Open at Squamish Valley G&CC. Shot a 6-under 66 to earn the U.S. $1,100 first-place check, edging John Shin by a shot…Finished third at the Vancouver Golf Tour Spring Championship in late-May. In the 18-hole event, finished two strokes behind winner Phil Jonas and runner-up Dan Swanson…Missed the cut at the Volvo China Open.
Amateur: Won the 2007 Lessing’s AJGA Classic’s boys’ division at the Woodmere, N.Y., event. Shot a front-nine 32 that included three birdies and an eagle that led to his one-shot win over Michael Kania.