The Canadian is set to make his fifth U.S. Open start, thanks to qualifying for the season-ending Tour Championship. Both of his PGA Tour victories have come at the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio, the first in 2019 after Monday qualifying for the event. He added a second title in April by a stroke over Sam Stevens. He was the runner-up to Gunn Yang in the 2014 U.S. Amateur at Atlanta Athletic Club after being a semifinalist a year earlier at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. At Kent State, he won the 2012 Mid-America Conference Championship and finished fourth in the NCAA Championships. He also claimed the 2014 Jones Cup and represented Canada in the 2014 World Amateur Team Championship. In the 2022 Masters, Conners posted his third consecutive top 10 (T-6). He also represented the International side in the 2022 Presidents Cup.