2014: Began his year on the Web.com Tour, finishing 21st at the Brasil Champions in his homeland. Shot four rounds in the 60s at Sao Paulo GC and earned an invite by virtue of his top-25 performance to the next event, the Panama Claro Championship…In Panama, missed the cut…Turned in a strong finish at the Buick Open on the PGA TOUR China Series, shooting a final-round, 5-under 67 at Dragon Lake GC’s Asian Games Course, to place fourth, seven shots behind winner Sam Chien. His 6-under 66 in the second round was the low round of the day...Opened the Earls Beijing Open with rounds of 69-65-67 that put him in second place through 54 holes, two shots behind leader Mathew Perry. Took the lead midway through the final round until back-to-back bogeys on Nos. 10 and 11 and closing bogeys at the 16th and 18th holes dropped him into a T3 with Seongki Lee. The finish bettered his previous career-best fourth-place performance at the Buick Open in Guangzhou in early May.…Opened with a 7-under 65 at the Yulongwan Yunnan Open then was 2-under the rest of the way for a T22 in early August…Was in contention all week at the Fiji International on the PGA Tour of Australasia in mid-August. Was only four shots off the lead as he stepped to the ninth tee during the final round after making back-to-back birdies on Nos. 7 and 8. His hope at victory ended with a double bogey-bogey-quadruple bogey (7-over) stretch over his next three holes. Shot a Sunday 77 to T21 with three others…Returned to the U.S. and played in the Web.com Tour’s WinCo Foods Portland Open in August. Had a nice start to his tournament—70-69-69 and was tied for 35th with 18 holes to play—then shot a final-round, 4-over 75 to drop into a T54…Picked up his second consecutive Series’ top-10 when he finished in eighth place at the Chateau Junding Penglai Open. Shot three rounds of 70 along with a 1-under 71 in the third round…Added a T9 in late-September, at the Jianye Tianzhu Henan Open. Up-and-down tournament saw him open with a 73, shoot a second-round 68 then finish 76-71 at St. Andrews Zhengzhou GC…Finished T28 at the OneAsia Tour’s Nanshan China Masters in mid-October…Had a disappointing finish to the Nine Dragons Open. Held a two-shot lead through 15 holes but played the final three holes at Nine Dragons GC in 3-over to fall into a third-place finish, two shots behind winner, amateur Cheng Jin. The finish did allow him to move into the eighth position on the order of merit with two tournaments to play.
2013: Made nine PGA TOUR Canada starts, with five made cuts. Top finish came at The Syncrude Boreal Open at Fort McMurray GC in July. Shot rounds of 70-70-67-69 but finished a stroke behind winner Riley Wheeldon...Next top-10 came at the ATB Financial Classic a month later. Four under-par rounds left him T7...Final top-10 was a T10 at the Tour Championship. Recovered from an opening-round 73 with rounds of 66-68-71 over his final 54 holes...Finished 26th on the OneAsia Tour order of merit. Had a nice showing at the Thailand Open in mid-March. Opened with a 65 and was tied for second through 18 holes. Remained tied for second a stroke behind 36-hole leader Scott Strange then took the 54-hole lead when he shot his second 65 of the tournament. Led Mu Hu and Chris Wood by a stroke. Faltered with a Sunday 73 to T12…Shot a final-round 66 at the Emirates Australian Open after a third-round 79 to finish T51 in early December…Added a T23 at the Nanshan China Masters and a T26 at the GS Caltex Maekyung Open in South Korea on the OneAsia Tour…Played one Web.com Tour event, the Brasil Classic in his home country. Despite a second-round 68, missed the cut.
2012: Made the cut in all six Canadian Tour events he played. Finished T2 at the Times Colonist Island Savings Open, shooting a final-round 65 but watching as Andrew Roque fired a 61 to win by three shots…Best finishes on the Asian Tour were a T10 at the High1 Resort Open and a T15 at the GS Caltex Maekyung Open.
2011: Took medalist honors at the Asian Tour Qualifying School…Represented South Korea at the Mission Hills World Cup, teaming with Adilson da Silva for a T20 in China…Top performance in his five Asian Tour starts was a T22 at the Philppine Open…Missed the cut at the Maybank Malaysian Open on the European Tour…On the Canadian Tour, made five cuts in five attempts, a pair of T17s his best efforts—at the Dakota Dunes Casino Open in July and at the Canadian Tour Championship in August, thanks to rounds of 69-66-70-68.
2010: Opened his year with a top-10 on the Asian Tour, a T9 at the Asian Tour International…Two months later, just missed a top-10 at the Myanmar Open, finishing T12 on the strength of a second-round 66…Picked up a T13 late in the year, at the Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open…On the Canadian Tour, nearly won at the Riviera Nayarit Classic. Shot rounds of 66-67-65-69 but dropped a one-stroke decision to winner Nathan Grube…Again qualified for the RBC Canadian Open, missing the cut after rounds of 70-77 at St. George’s G&CC outside Toronto...Came in second, one stroke behind Rob Grube at the Riviera Nayarit Classic.
2009: In his first year on the Canadian Tour, he finished T2 at the Players Cup...Lost in a playoff to James Love at the Tour Championship after finishing regulation tied, thanks to a 65-66-68-70 showing…Had another near-miss earlier in the season, at the Canadian Tour Players Cup. Shot middles rounds of 69-64 and was poised to win, taking a one-shot lead over Byron Smith into the final round. Shot a Sunday 73 and watched as Graham DeLaet won…Made his PGA TOUR debut when he qualified for the RBC Canadian Open. Shot a 3-under 141 through 36 holes but missed the cut by a stroke…Played in his first two Web.com Tour events. In his inaugural tournament, shot rounds of 70-69-64-74 to T17 at the Albertsons Boise Open in Idaho. Was tied for sixth with 18 holes to play. The top-25 effort earned him an invite to the next tournament, the WNB Golf Classic in Texas, where he missed the cut.
2008: Shot rounds of 71-68-75-74 at the Florida Winter Qualifying School to earn non-exempt Canadian Tour status for 2009…Finished T33 at the Sport Frances Open and T17 at the Costa Rica Classic on the Canadian Tour.
Amateur: Was the 2007 Western Amateur stroke-play medalist...Also won the 2007 Southern Highlands Collegiate...Earned third-team All-American honors in 2007 at UCLA...Won the 2008 Augusta Collegiate while playing for the Bruins.