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Height: 5'8
Weight: 150
Birthdate: April, 1981
Resides: Carseland, Alberta, Canada
University: Western New Mexico University


Played in the 2011 RBC Canadian Open, made the cut and finished 73rd... A two-time winner of the ATB Financial Classic (2008 and 2010)... His appearance in Edmonton was the only tournament he played on the Canadian Tour in 2010... Won the 2008 tournament in a playoff over George Bradford in his hometown of Calgary, also shot a 62 in the 2nd round of that tournament... Went 6 for 16 on the Nationwide Tour in 2010 with his best finish a T-3 at the Rex Hospital Open... In his 2009 rookie season on the Nationwide Tour, he made 18 out of 26 cuts finishing in the Top 10 three times... Set a new course record that year at the TPC San Francisco Bay with a 9-under 62 in the third round of the 2009 Stonebrae Classic... Advanced to the Nationwide Tour in 2009 after getting through first two stages of Qualifying School... Had 5 other Top 10 results in 2008: T-2 at the Players Cup, T-4 at the Stockton Sports Commission Classic, T-8 at Tour Championship, and T-10 at the Saskatchewan Open... Broke through in 2007 by capturing the TELUS Edmonton Open where he set a course record of 63 in the second round en route to a one-shot victory over Alan McLean... Finished T-3 at the Free Press Manitoba Classic... T-7 at the Desjardins Montreal Open... Ended the 2006 season by placing 29th on the Order of Merit and made 9 of 12 cuts with a pair of Top-10s... Retained non-exempt status for 2006 with a 93rd place finish on the 2005 Order of Merit... Won both the Canadian Junior and Juvenile Championships in 1997... Alberta Junior champion in 1998 and 1999… Website is

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