Current Year: Finished 10th on the Order of Merit, earning ￥352,934. Had three top-10s, including two runner-up outings...Matched his career-best finish in late-May at the United Investment Real Estate Wuhan Open when he finished second, five shots behind winner Zecheng Dou. Two weeks after missing the cut at the season-opening Henan Open, he parlayed four par-or-better rounds of 72-69-70-72 into the runner-up performance, matching the T2 he established in 2015 at the Ping An Bank Open. Moved to third on the Order of Merit and improved from No. 920 in the Official World Golf Ranking to 684th, a career-high position...Picked up his second top-10 of the campaign with an eighth-place effort at the Lanhai Open in June. Opened with a 73 then played his final 36 holes in 7-under at the weather-shortened event...Earned his third career runner-up finish when he was T2 with Mathew Perry and Shun Yat Hak at the Chongqing Jiangnan NewTown KingRun Open, six strokes behind winner Gunn Charoenkul. Shot a final-round, 5-under 67 at KingRun Nanshan Golf Club for his third top-10 of the year…Put together rounds of 70-67-69-68 at the European Challenge Tour’s Foshan Open in China in late-October to T6 with six others.
2015: Finished 21st on the final Order of Merit, appearing in all 12 events. Made 10 of 12 cuts and had two top-fives...Earned a career-best finish when he T2 at the Ping An Bank Open in mid-September in Beijing. Used four under-par rounds (71-69-70-67) to tie with Rak Hyun Cho, five shots behind winner Eugene Wong. The ￥105,600 was also the largest payday of his career and moved him to No. 11 on the Order of Merit…Kept his momentum going in his next start, also in Beijing. At the Cadillac Championship, rounds of 70-69-67 left him T4 tied for fourth, four shots behind leader Bryden Macpherson with a round to play. After opening birdie-birdie to start the final round, could only make one birdie over his final 16 holes and settled for a T3 with Junghwan Lee. The T3 marked his second consecutive top-three outing.
2014: Played in 10 Series’ events, making nine cuts and recording one top-10 finish. At the Cadillac Championship in Beijing, used a 70-64 At the Cadillac Championship in Beijing, used a 70-64 start to take the 36-hole lead. Was 1-over the rest of the way (72-73) to fall into a T5 with Yi Keun Chang and Brett Drewitt, seven shots behind winner David McKenzie…Only other top-20 was a T15 at the season-ending event, the CTS Tycoon Championship.