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Youngest rookie on PGA Tour in 2007 after earning card via T13 finish at 2006 PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament at PGA West, where the California native grew up playing the game. Played through all three stages, one of eight players to do so. Turned professional in August 2006 after three years at the University of Oklahoma. Received sponsor exemption into the Valero Texas Open and finished T2 in his PGA Tour debut. The Top-10 finish earned a spot in the Southern Farm Bureau Classic where he finished T16. In just two starts, earned $338,067. Also competed in two Nationwide Tour events. Three-time All-American (2004-2006) and NCAA Freshman of the Year (2004) at Oklahoma. One of three finalists for 2006 Ben Hogan Award. Two victories as a junior and finished the season as the seventh-rank collegiate golfer by Golfweek. Member of the victorious 2005 United States Walker Cup team along with J.B. Holmes, Nicholas Thompson and Jeff Overton, all rookies on the PGA Tour in 2006. Lists winning Walker Cup as biggest thrill in golf. Four-time American Junior Golf Association All-American.
2 - 2008 Wachovia Championship, AT&T National
Youngest rookie on the PGA Tour had four Top-10, including a T3 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
2007 PGA Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 26; rounds played - 93; in money - 20; Top-10 Finishes - 4; money - $1,545,195 (ranked 60th); best finish - T3rd at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans
scoring average - 70.13 / (28th); driving distance - 302.4 / (12th); driving accuracy - 60.7% / (134th); GIR - 65.3% / (73rd); putting - 1.777 / (60th); birdie average - 3.71 per rd / (13th) / total birdies - 345; sand saves - 56.1% / (24th); all-around rank - 482 / (15th)