Broke through to the European Tour after claiming the 21st card at the 2013 Qualifying School Final Stage. A rookie on the Challenge Tour in 2012, he had a whirlwind finish to the season to finish 34th in the Rankings, thanks in part to a second place finish in the National Bank of Oman Golf Classic. A tie for 18th the following week at the Dubai Festival City Challenge Tour Grand Final sent him to the Qualifying School Final in good form, and he subsequently joined Danish compatriot Andreas Hartø in earning a spot on The 2014 Race to Dubai on a tense final day at PGA Catalunya Resort. Professional highlights of his career so far include winning the Nordic League in 2012 and in the same season picking up the ECCO Tour Player of the Year trophy. As an outstanding amateur with a handicap of plus five he won the European Amateur Championships in 2010 and competed at national level for his country.