Final Qualifying: Shot 67-64 at Canoe Brook Country Club (North & South Courses) in Summit, N.J., on June 3

The Short Hills, N.J., native will make his second start in the U.S. Open after narrowly missing the cut in 2017 at Erin Hills as a newly minted professional. The PGA Tour rookie earned his playing privileges by finishing ninth on the Korn Ferry Tour points list in 2023 with two runner-up finishes. This year, he has two top-10s: the Zurich Classic (share of fourth with partner Nicholas Echavarria) and the Texas Children's Houston Open (T-7). He qualified at Canoe Brook Country Club, where he posted an 8-under 28 on the back nine of the North Course en route to a second-round 64. He earlier had posted a 3-under 67 on the South Course. Comes from a golf family. His younger brother, Dean, plays at Stanford, and another brother, Reed, is set to enroll at Princeton University. His parents, Alex and Elaine, both emigrated from the Soviet Union (what is now Ukraine) as teenagers and met at Rutgers University, where he was a math major and she played on the tennis team. He later became a math professor at Columbia University as well as a portfolio manager in the financial world. Elaine, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, competed in the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open in 2022 at Pinehurst No. 6 in the Neurological Impairment category. 

U.S. Open Results

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2017
Erin Hills
70-73
+5
MC

YEAR

2017

SITE

Erin Hills

SCORES

70-73

TO PAR

+5

FINISH

MC

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