Qualified for his third U.S. Open via a 9-for-3 playoff in the Memphis, Tenn., sectional held at Ridgeway Country Club and Colonial Country Club. Made a birdie on the first extra hole to earn one of the 11 available berths. Chipped in from 42 yards out on the first playoff hole to win his lone PGA Tour event, the 2014 Shell Houston, over 1997 U.S. Amateur champion Matt Kuchar. His other professional win came in the 2015 Emirates Australian Open on the PGA Tour of Australasia, edging major champions Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth by a stroke. Attended Arizona State where he was a first-team All-American and turned professional in 2001.

U.S. Open Record
2018 Shinnecock Hills Golf Club 76-74 +10 MC
2014 Pinehurst Resort & C.C. (Course No. 2) 74-72 +6 MC
2009 Bethpage State Park (Black Course) 78-WD +8 WD

Road To Shinnecock Hills