Following a successful amateur career which also saw him attend the University of Georgia, Bryden turned Professional in 2012. Having won the 2011 Amateur Championship he had earned starts in the 2011 Open Championship, 2012 Masters and 2012 U.S. Open however did not play the last due to having already turned Pro. Competing in just three tournaments on the PGA Tour of Australasia in 2013, Bryden earned enough money to finish 19th on the Order of Merit and gain full status on the Tour for 2014. Macpherson also competes on the OneAsia and PGA TOUR China. In 2015, Brydon had two wins on the China Tour at the Cadillac Championship and the Lushan Open. In the same 2 month period Brydon recorded 4 top 10 finishes on the same tour.
Brydon now plays on the Web.Com Tour.
- 2009 Southereastern Conference Freshman of the Year.
- Forfeited his invitation to the 2012 U.S. Open as he turned Professional before the tournament.
- Earned a place in the 2014 Open Championship by finishing 4th at the 2013 Australian Open.
- Two time winner on the China Tour