Jarrod’s professional golfing career started in 2004, after he represented Australia in the World Amateur team championships for the second time. In 2004 Jarrod played in four Australian events, including a top 4 finish in his first professional event, the NSW Open. Through these tournaments he gained membership to the Australasian tour.
After two wins on the Nationwide Tour in 2008, he finished 4th on the money list and earned his 2009 PGA Tour card, where he made 11 of 21 cuts.
In 2005 he earned his playing rights in Asia and secured his 2006 playing rights with a 2nd place finish in Macau and Brunei. 2006 started well with a tied 4th finish and then a 2nd in consecutive weeks, which got him special membership to the Web.com Tour (then the Nationwide tour). Jarrod finished the season 18th on the Web.com money list which secured his playing rights on the PGA Tour for the first time. He made only three top-25 finishes on the PGA Tour in 2007 and finished 164th on the money list and lost his Tour card. Back on the Nationwide Tour in 2008, he won twice, at the Mexican Open and the Knoxville Open. He finished 4th on the money list and earned his 2009 PGA Tour card.
Jarrod has played four years on the PGA Tour - 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011 - and competed at Q School at the end of 2007, 2010 and 2011.
2012 saw Jarrod start the year with his best ever PGA Tour finish – a tied 4th at the Northern Trust Open in Los Angeles. In March of that year he returned to Australia for the birth of his first child, and was diagnosed with a relapse of leukaemia. After going into remission in 2013, Jarrod made his comeback to professional golf at the 2013 Talisker Masters held at Royal Melbourne.
- Two time winner on the Nationwide Tour in 2008