My Journey

Professional golf never was in my plans. Growing up, I assumed that I’d follow my father’s lead and enter the business world. At Stanford, I was a management science and engineering major, and joined the golf team as a freshman.

COLLEGIATE/AMATEUR YEARS

My breakout sophomore season and ascent to the top of the amateur rankgins surprised everyone – mostly me! The hard workd paid off, and by late 2016 I was rated the number one golfer in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.

WEB.COM / KORN FERRY TOUR

Long story short, after a long and nerve wracking run on the Web.com / Korn Ferry tour, making 343 birdies, and raising $385.498 for education, I birdied my last two holes in Portland to make the cut on the number, which I found out walking off the 18th green officially secured a spot in “The 25” to graduate to the PGA Tour the next season!

1st SEASON ON THE PGA TOUR

I am very excited to be playing my first season in the PGA! Sign up, pledge, follow, and help me as I make birdies for education.

Upcoming Tournaments

Fundraising Tracker

I make an average of over 12 birdies per tournament, and plan to make over 400 birdies this PGA season. Join me as I put my efforts to work through this season's Birdies for Education campaign.

Amount Raised - GOAL: $1,000,000 for Education!

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Number of Birdies - GOAL: 400

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Bringing quality education to every child

It's our mission!

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I want to let you know about Curriki.org, the education non-profit that I will be supporting this 2019 PGA Tour season. Curriki, in a nutshell, is on online community for educators to share and use free, open-source K-12 educational materials. But with your help we’re creating a completely free, customizable, self-paced, build-your-own curriculum where kids can learn any where, at any time

WHY YOUR CONTRIBUTION MATTERS

420Million Children

The estimated number of children worldwide who would be lifted out of poverty if provided with a proper secondary education

69Million Teachers

The estimated number of teachers needed to provide every child in the world a primary and secondary education.

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The estimated number of young people on track to gain basic secondary-level skills