The 2014-15 PGA-Tour season came to a conclusion yesterday when Jordan Spieth holed out on the last hole to win both TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola and the FedEx Cup. For David, the season was highlighted with his first PGA-Tour win at the Memorial Tournament in early June. After the thrilling playoff at Muirfield Village David continued to played some great golf during the summer. Highlights includes the third place at the Quicken Loans National and tied-sixth finishes at the Greenbrier Classic and the Bridgestone Invitational. Eventually, David finished in 37th place in the FedEx Cup standings and is currently in 41st place on the Official World Golf Ranking.
David is in Scotland this week to start the 2015-16 season with the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on the European Tour. The tournament is a Pro-Am and will therefore be played at three different courses: Old course at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns. David will play with Amatuer John Tyson, Chairman at Tyson Foods and owner of the practice facility for the Arkansas Razorbacks golf teams.