The Floridian has won four pro wins at the top level after turning pro in 2011 following his college career at the University of Georgia. He broke into the world’s top 100 in 2017 and spent more than 80 weeks there, reaching a career-best 61st in January 2022. Won an event that year just six weeks after the death of his father, who he calls the greatest influence on golfing career. Competed in inaugural LIV Golf Invitational season in 2022. Sidelined by hip surgery in 2023.
QUICK FACTS ...
Greatest influence on golfing career? My dad
Number of holes-in-one? 7
If you could play any course in the world, it would be … Augusta National
Golf achievement you’re most proud of? My first win on the PGA Tour
Round of golf you’ve enjoyed the most? Playing Augusta with my dad, caddie and Jeff Knox
Your perfect golf shot? A flat 5-yard fade
If you could acquire one trait from another golfer, what would it be? Cam Smith’s short game
Shot that gives you the most difficulty? Drive with wind hard off the left and in
Most interesting thing about being a professional golfer? How many days you spend away from home