Captured his third Challenge Tour title at the Kenya Open, the second event of the 2010 Challenge Tour season. A tie for second place at the dual ranking SAINT-OMER OPEN presented by Neuflize OBC all but secured a return to The European Tour at the first time of asking, and he eventually graduated in eighth place in the final Rankings. Was forced to return to the Challenge Tour after losing his card at the end of the 2009 season, when he finished 146th in The Race to Dubai. It was a setback for the Englishman, who had enjoyed an impressive rookie season on The European Tour in 2008 with five top tens helping him to 72nd on the money list. Boasted a formidable amateur record before turning professional at the end of 2006 upon graduating from the University of Tennessee State, playing in the 2005 Walker Cup and collecting the 2005 Scottish and Welsh Amateur Open Stroke Play Championships as well as the English edition in 2006. Secured his maiden professional win at the 2007 Scottish Challenge and waited just seven days to add a second title – the Rolex Trophy.