Son of legendary All Black fly-half Grant Fox, who played in their 1987 World Cup win and was selector for their 2011 and 2015 triumphs, he was born in Auckland and turned professional in 2012.
His breakthrough Challenge Tour season came in 2016, when he won the Tayto Northern Ireland Open en route to a fourth-place finish in the Rankings. Represented New Zealand at the Olympic Games in Rio later that year.
Had come close to a Rolex Series victory at the 2018 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open where he lost out in a play-off to Russell Knox, who holed successive 30-foot putts - in regulation play and in the first extra hole - for an unlikely win.
In his third season on the European Tour, the popular New Zealander claimed his maiden title at the 2019 ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth, beating Adrian Otaegui in the final of the innovative event.
Bridged a three-year gap between victories as he won his second title at the 2022 Ras Al Khaimah Classic, cruising to a five-stroke victory at Al Hamra Golf Club. Continued his excellent form that season as he finished runner-up three times before securing his third DP World Tour victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.