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  • Finished 7th overall in the 2005 BellSouth Panama Championship
  • Placed 10th at the 2005 Jacob's Creek Open
  • 2004 finished 96th at the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament
  • Placed 6th at the First Tee Arkansas Classic in 2004
  • 2004 finished 8th at the Chattanooga Classic Presented by Cummings Cove and RealtyCenter GMAC
  • Finished 2nd at the 2004 Scholarship America Showdown
  • 2004 Albertsons Boise Open tied for 7th
  • Finished tied for 4th at the Mark Christopher Charity Classic
  • Permian Basin Charity Golf Classic tied for 6th
  • Finished 4thMiccosukee Championship
  • Finished 2nd at the First Tee Arkansas Classic in 2003
  • 10th at the 2003 Northeast Pennsylvania Classic
  • Placed 7th at the 2003 Knoxville Open
  • Finished 8th at the 2003 Nationwide Tour Championship
  • Placed 5th at the 2002 SAS Carolina Classic and 4th at the Omaha Classic
  • 36th at the 2000 Touchstone Energy Tucson Open
  • Tied for 21st at the 2000 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament
  • Tied for 9th at the 1996 NIKE Louisiana Open
  • His best finish on the Nationwide Tour in 2005 is T7th at the BellSouth Panama Championship.
  • He ranks T10th in Total Birdies on the Nationwide Tour.
  • Exempt Status:
    Height:6-0
    Weight:165
    Birth Date:September 28, 1972
    Birth Place:Torrance, CA
    Special Interests:Reading, playing with his kids
    Turned Pro:1995
    Joined Tour:
    2004 Earnings:$0.00
    Active Player:yes
    Official Website:n/a

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