2014: Shot identical rounds of 76-74 at both the Mission Hills Haikou Open and the Buick Open to miss the cut…Missed the cut in his next start, at the Lanhai Open…Made his first cut of the season when he strung together consistent rounds of 71-73-72-72 at the Earls Beijing Open to T56.
2013: Missed the cut at the Nanshan Masters (78-78) and the Foshan Open (81-72).
2012: Had a memorable tournament in his hometown of Zhongshan. Made his first career double eagle and a hole-in-one at an event in Zhongshan. In the first round, his second shot from 220 yards on No. 11, using a 5-wood, landed in the hole for the albatross. Three days later, on the sixth hole, his 6-iron shot on the par-3 hole hit the pin and dropped in the hole. Although he couldn’t see the ball go in the hole, he heard a female spectator begin screaming. In the event, he shot rounds of 72-72-68-68 to finish at 8-under and T10…In Hong Kong, at the 36-hole Le Coq Sportif Golf Championship at Discovery Bay GC, shot rounds of 76-68 to T6 and finish at even par, nine shots behind winner Scott Barr.
2011: In five starts split between the Asian Tour, European Tour and OneAsia Tour, missed the cut in all five.
2010: Made his first start of the OneAsia campaign with a T59 at the Midea China Classic in mid-October…In the final tournament of the OneAsia Tour year, opened with a 69 and went on to T66 at the Australian PGA Championship.
2009: Missed the cut in the inaugural OneAsia Tour event, the Volvo China Open (17-over).
2008: Lone made cut on the Asian Tour was a T65 effort at the Midea China Classic. Opened 70-71 then added a 72-71 finish...Best showing on the China Tour was a T21 at the Sofitel Golf Championship, thanks to a second-round, low-round-of-the-day 65. Shot 77-77 on the weekend to fall back.
2007: At the Sofitel Golf Championship, finished solo-ninth at the China Tour’s season-opening tournament.
2006: On the China Tour, completed the season 18th on the order of merit. Finished eighth at the Shandong event…Added a 17th-place performance at the Sai Hainan tournament.
2004: Missed the cut by one stroke at the Asian Tour’s Crowne Plaza Open in Beijing.