Enjoyed his second successful Qualifying School campaign in 2014 when he progressed through the field at PGA Catalunya Resort to earn his European Tour card, a performance that put a difficult 2014 season behind him, after a run of 22 missed cuts in a row. Just two years prior he had gone even better at Final Stage, winning by four shots thanks to a 19 under par total. An intermittent 2013 season followed, where he posted three top ten finishes en route to finishing 77th in The Race to Dubai. Managed to retain his playing privileges in 2010, when right on the cusp of the top 115 heading towards the tail end of the season, by claiming a maiden victory at the Vivendi Cup in Paris. Two weeks after his win he led at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and finished third en route to ending the campaign a career-best 51st in The Race to Dubai. Stepped up to The European Tour after finishing 14th in the 2009 Challenge Tour Rankings, helped by victory in the ALLIANZ Golf Open Grand Toulouse, where he shot a nine under par 63 on the final day to win by two from José-Filipe Lima. Joined three of his 2007 Walker Cup team as European Tour winners – Welshman Rhys Davies, Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy and Englishman David Horsey. Amateur highlights included receiving the 2004 Peter McEvoy Trophy, winning the Spanish and Welsh Amateur titles in 2007, and the Danish Amateur and Under 21 Faldo Junior Series in 2005. His first professional title came at the 2008 Ladbrokes Masters on the EuroPro Tour.