Made it into the world’s top 50 in May 2019 on the very day they all qualified for The Open at Royal Portrush, having a month earlier captured his maiden PGA Tour title at the RBC Heritage, where he edged out Matt Kuchar by one stroke. The win also helped Pan earn a first Presidents Cup cap, which made him exempt for Royal St George’s.
He tied for second behind Brandt Snedeker at the 2018 Wyndham Championship and was also a runner-up at the 2017 Farmers Insurance Open.
At the University of Washington he picked up eight titles and for eight weeks in 2013 he topped the amateur world rankings before losing top spot to Matthew Fitzpatrick when the latter became U.S. Amateur champion. Pan also claimed individual and team honours at the 2014 Asian Games before turning professional the following season.
He triumphed on the PGA Tour Canada on only his fourth start in the paid ranks and earned a place on the main circuit through the Web.com Tour.
Pan made his major debut as a 19-year-old amateur at the 2011 U.S. Open.