Born in Saskatchewan and raised in Moose Jaw, attended Boise State University in Idaho, where he won 10 collegiate titles and subsequently took up permanent residence. Turned professional in 2007 and in his first Canadian Tour season was named Rookie of the Year. Won three times on his home Tour and jetted between Canada and the Sunshine Tour in South Africa for a spell, winning the BMG Classic in 2009. Suffered a back injury in 2011 and played in 2012 on a medical exemption. Represented Canada twice in the World Cup and played for the International Team in the Presidents Cup in 2013. Came close to making a breakthrough on the US PGA Tour on a number of occasions but is still awaiting his first victory.