Earned a rookie season on The European Tour at Qualifying School Final Stage in 2014, despite a nightmare start to his Q-School journey at Second Stage. Opened with a four over par 76 and lay in a share of 62nd place out of 70 players before three successive 65s earned him a spot at PGA Catalunya Resort, where he claimed the 13th card on offer. Took an entirely different route to the top of European golf, having only turned professional at the age of 27 before spending four years on the satellite tours. Topped the EuroPro Tour Rankings in 2012 to claim a Challenge Tour card and two steady seasons there were followed by a step up to the top tier. Was still a three handicap player at the age of 22 after finishing a degree in Maths and Computing. Decided to take a gap year and ended up in southern Spain, where he spent a year playing golf before eventually going for his first coaching sessions and deciding to pursue a career in the game.