Professional Bio

In 2019, David Collected one top-10 and nine made cuts in 18 starts to finish No. 174 in the FedExCup standings, but secured PGA TOUR membership for the 2019-20 season by finishing No. 13 in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals 25. Entered the 2019-20 season 27th in the final priority ranking. Best result on the PGA TOUR came at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans (T5 with partner Seamus Power).


In 2018, David’s PGA TOUR season included 11 made cuts in 21 starts, with two top-10 finishes. Wrapped up the season No. 138 in the FedExCup standings and failed to advance to the Playoffs. Finished the Korn Ferry Tour Finals with four starts, with one top-25 finish. Concluded the season 53rd in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals money list.


In 2017, David made the cut in 17 of 29 starts, with two top-10 finishes. Finished No. 128 in the FedExCup standings, snapping a streak of six consecutive trips to the FedExCup Playoffs.

For the 2016 season, David advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the sixth consecutive season, finishing No. 56 in the final standings. It marked the third time in last four seasons he has finished No. 55 (2014-15 season) or No. 56 (2013, 2015-16 season) in the final standings. Season included a career-high nine top-25 finishes.

Olympic Men’s Golf Competition: Represented Canada when golf returned to the Olympics for the first time since 1904 in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Finished T30 in 60-player field.
The RSM Classic: Carded a first-round 6-under 66 on the Seaside Course to sit one stroke behind eventual-champion Kevin Kisner at The RSM Classic. Later added scores of 72-67-79 to finish T9 for his first top-10 since a third-place showing at the RBC Canadian Open in late July. It marked his first top-10 in four starts at The RSM Classic, with a T40 in 2013 his previous-best showing.


David Hearn has had a great start to the 2015 season, capturing four Top 25 finishes so far, including a T7 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.


In 2014, Hearn made six Top 25 finishes, including three Top 10 results – T6 at the Honda Classic, T8 at the Valspar Championship, and T6 at THE PLAYERS Championship. Hearn also made it into the elite field at the British Open and finished with a score of -3 and T32.


In November 2013, Hearn teamed up with Ottawa’s Brad Fritsch to represent Canada at the 57th ISPS Handa World Cup in Melbourne, Australia where they finished 5th overall in a star-studded field of world-class players. That same year, Hearn finished 2nd at the John Deere Classic in a playoff, T21 at the US Open and Memorial Tournament in addition to four other Top 25 finishes.


Rookie of the Year on PGA Tour Canada in 2002, Brantford’s David Hearn has had a long and successful career spanning several professional tours. After playing in Canada and Asia early in his career, Hearn broke through in 2004, winning on both PGA Tour Canada and the Tour (then the Canadian Tour and Nationwide Tour respectively).


Resilience and perseverance paid off as he made it through PGA Tour Qualifying School on his fourth try, playing on the PGA Tour in 2005. In 2006, Hearn returned to the Tour where he played until finishing No. 21 on the tour’s money list in 2010. His efforts and hard work were rewarded with a return to the PGA Tour in 2011, where he’s had four solid seasons, and has become known for a sharp short game and consistent play.


David welcomed daughter, Ella, with his wife in January of 2013 and son, Evan in November of 2014.