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Exempt Status: .

Height: 1.90 m / 6-3.

Weight: 81 Kg / 179 lb..

Born 18.Jul.1981.

Turned PRO in 2004.

His birthplace is Coos Bay, Oregon, USA.

Currently residing in Seattle, Washington, USA.

Key Facts

PGA TOUR CANADA VICTORIES (2): 2010 Times Colonist Open. 2014 ATB Financial Classic.

PGA TOUR Latinoamérica member in 2014

2014: Finished T2 at the Bayview Place Island Savings Open at Uplands GC, site of his lone 2010 PGA TOUR Canada win. Held the 18- and 36-hole leads after opening 63-66. Posted rounds of 71-69 over the weekend to finish T2 with Timothy Madigan, one stroke behind champion Josh Persons…Collected second career PGA TOUR Canada victory at the ATB Financial Classic, finishing 27-under par with rounds of 65-63-67-66--261 to win by four over Joel Dahmen and Steve Carney. Posted 30 birdies and only three bogeys for the week and recorded the second-lowest total in PGA TOUR Canada history…Two starts later, posted rounds of 71-65 on the weekend to finish T5 for his third top-10 of 2014. Moved to third on the season-long Order of Merit…One week later, earned fourth top-10 finish of the season, a T7 at the Wildfire Invitational, to remain third in the Order of Merit. Made two Tour appearances, with his lone made cut coming in Wichita, at the Air Capital Classic. Opened with a 65 at Crestview CC before finishing T68. It was his first Tour start since 2011…Finished the season on PGA TOUR Canada with four top-10 finishes and his win in Calgary, putting him fourth on the final Order of Merit and securing status on the Tour for 2015.

2013: Made eight cuts in nine starts, posting five top-25s and a season-best T6 result at the Syncrude Boreal Open.

2012: Made two cuts in three starts on PGA TOUR Canada, with a T17 at the Syncrude Boreal Open his best finish.

2011: Had non-exempt status on the Tour. Had 11 starts but only made three cuts, with his top performance a T51 at the Midwest Classic outside Kansas City...Scored a T5 finish at the Times Colonist Island Savings Open.

2010: Finished T5 at the Players Cup and T6 at the Riviera Nayarit Classic...Received an exemption into the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic on the Tour and the RBC Canadian Open on the PGA TOUR...Finished T37 at the RBC Canadian Open...Earned an exemption into the second stage of the PGA TOUR Qualifying School as a result of his second place position on the Order of Merit after the Tour Championship.

2009: Finished in the top-10 four times: The Times Colonist Open (T4), the Riviera Maya Open (T5), the Riviera Nayarit Classic (T9), and the Desjardins Montreal Open (T10)...Shot rounds of 69-74-69-75--287 to gain an exempt card at the California Winter Qualifying School.

2008: Played full time on the Tour, making 21 starts. Played on the weekend in five tournaments, with a best finish of T27 at the Chattanooga Classic, thanks to an opening 66.

2007: Graduated to the Tour, where he made 14 of 27 cuts to earn $118,247 to finish 53rd on the money list, just missing a berth in the Tour Championship...Finished third at the Peek'n Peak Classic, shooting a final-round 65...Was T9 at the Legend Financial Group Classic.

2006: Solid season on PGA TOUR Canada, with three top-10s...Lost to Wes Heffernan in a playoff at the Casino de Montreal Players Championship...The following week, finished second to Stephen Gangluff at the Fallsview Casino Resort Pro Am Classic...By finishing seventh on the Order of Merit, missed a berth in the Bell Canadian Open by one spot...Picked up six Tour starts, making the cut in three. Best finish was a T12 at the Scholarship America Showdown at Somerby in Minnesota. Had four under-par rounds at Somerby GC, including a 4-under 68 on the final day.

2005: Played in seven events in his rookie season, with a T4 in Edmonton his best showing. Earned a non-exempt card at the California Winter Qualifying School...Made one Tour start, at the Scholarship America Showdown at Somerby, where he T60.

2004: Turned in a T59 at the Cox Classic in his lone Tour start...Made three additional PGA TOUR starts to go with his amateur appearance at the U.S. Open. Lone made cut came at the B.C. Open, where he parlayed four under-par rounds at En-Joie GC into a T48.

AMATEUR CAREER: Most-decorated player in University of Washington history, earning first-team (2003) and second-team (2002) All-American honors during his four-year career. Was a Hogan Award finalist in both 2002 and 2003. Tied an NCAA record by shooting 12-under-par 60 at the Eugene CC as a junior. Collegiate victories came at the 2001 Prestige, 2002 Cleveland Golf Classic, 2003 Duck Invitational and the 2003 Husky Invitational…Won the 2002 Pacific Coast Amateur…Former first-team All-American and member of the 2003 U.S. Walker Cup team. Went 3-0 to contribute to the U.S.'s winning margin…Played in the 2004 U.S. Open at Shinnecock (missed cut).

PERSONAL: Full name is Brock Alan Mackenzie… Single… Graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in economics in 2004… Interests include music, TV, red wine… Affiliated to the Members Club of Aldarra in Fall City, Washington… Both he and his sister, Paige, were the top-ranked players at the same time on their respective teams at the University of Washington…The similarities don't end there, however, as both played soccer and point guard for their high school basketball teams. Got his start in golf at age 2 from his parents, who he lists as his heroes. Both parents are avid golfers and both work as pharmacists…Lists playing in the 2003 Walker Cup and playing in the 2004 U.S. Open (missed cut) at Shinnecock Hills as his biggest thrills in golf.

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