Survived a 3-for-2 in the Tequesta, Fla., sectional to earn one of the last two berths. Carded a second-round 67 (3 under par) at Jupiter Hills Club to get into the playoff. Making his second U.S. Open start. When he qualified in 2009, he joined his father, 1986 U.S. Amateur champion Buddy Alexander, and grandfather, Skip Alexander, as U.S. Open competitors. The Alexanders joined the Herrons (Tim, Carson and Carson) as the only families with three generations of U.S. Open competitors. Tyson played for his father at the University of Florida. Turned pro in 2010 and has registered a pair of victories on the NGA Tour. Currently has conditional status on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica, and has made four of five cuts in 2017.
|2009||Bethpage State Park (Black Course)||73-75||+8||MC|