Chase secured full status on the DP World Tour for 2022 by finishing 13th on the Challenge Tour's Road to Mallorca rankings in 2021.
He showed real form on the DP World Tour with second place at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in March 2022.
Highlights of the American's impressive 2021 included eight top-10 finishes with second at the Open de Bretagne and a share of third at the Dimension Data Pro-Am his strongest Challenge Tour performances.
The Kansas-born player also appeared on the European Tour in 2021, with a share of sixth place at the Cazoo Open and the Hero Open.
Chase had a strong colleagiate career at the University of Kansas and was the 2017 Big 12 Conference individual champion and an Academic All-Big 12 first-team selection in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
After turning professional, he played on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica in 2018 and the KornFerry Tour in 2019 before securing a Challenge Tour card for 2020 at European Tour Qualifying School.