2016-17: Played in 15 total rounds over 5 tournaments … rounded out his campaign with a 72.07 stroke average … captured three top-20 finishes … best finish was a T-18 result at the season-opening Rod Myers Invitational … posted a low round of 67 (-5) at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate.
2015-16: Named to the All-ACC Academic Team … posted a career-best 73.20 stroke average in 30 rounds over 11 events … had two top-five finishes and a pair of top-10 showings on the year … fired 13 rounds at par or better and led the team in par-five scoring (4.70) … produced seven rounds in the 60s to tie for 10th on Duke’s single-season chart … best finish was a tie for second at the Princeton Invitational, where he shot 68-67=135 (-7) in close proximity to his hometown … placed fifth at the Cape Fear National Intercollegiate with a two-under 214 (68-74-72) … tied for eighth at the Prestige at PGA WEST with a two-under 211 (69-70-72) … shot 72-69=141 (-3) at the Kiawah Classic by Aramark to share ninth place … tied for 11th at the Nike Golf Collegiate Invitational with a total of 207 (68-65-74, -8), tying the Duke 36-hole record by going 10-under over his first two rounds … his seven-under (65) second round tied for the fourth-best 18-hole performance in Duke history … member of the Duke contingent at both the ACC Championship and the NCAA Stillwater Regional.
SUMMER 2015: Won the NJSGA Amateur Championship with a three-under 277 (69-74-70-64) ... overcame a six-shot deficit in the final round.
2014-15: Recorded a 75.3 stroke average over 23 rounds played ... low round was a third-round 69 at the NCAA Lubbock Regional ... best finish was a 21st-place tie at the Yale Spring Invitational, where he shot 71-75-71=217 (+7).
SUMMER 2014: Fired a six-under 207 to claim medalist honors at the 94th New Jersey State Golf Association Open Championship … recorded rounds of 71-68-68 to post a three-shot victory at Essex County Country Club in West Orange, N.J.
2013-14: Posted a 74.9 stroke average with five under-par rounds ... shared the team lead with 11 tournaments and 31 rounds played ... also had a pair of even-par efforts ... recorded two top 20 finishes, including a tie for fourth at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate in his first collegiate event ... posted a counting team score in 24 of 28 rounds as a member of the Duke lineup ... fired a 71-71-72=214 (-2) to tie for fourth at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate ... finished 20th at the Irish Creek Collegiate with a 218 (75-71-72) while playing as an individual ... carded a season-low 70 in the second round of the Rod Myers Invitational ... also had under-par rounds in the final round of the Schenkel Invitational and the ACC Championship ... recorded a hole-in-one on the par 3 seventh hole at Bulls Bay CC in the second round of the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate.
PREP: Played varsity golf at Pine Crest School as a seventh grader ... lettered in golf five times ... attended Peddie School and led team to three state championships ... two-time Coaches Award winner ... team captain as a senior ... won the N.J. State Prep championship with a state record team score ... led team to MAPL and Mercer County championships ... team finished undefeated for dual meet season ... guided Peddie to state championship and undefeated dual meet season as a junior ... made a six-foot putt in a playoff to clinch the state championship as a freshman.
JUNIOR GOLF: Rated 14th nationally in Polo Rankings ... won the 2013 N.J. Junior Championship ... finalist at 2013 St. Andrews Boys Open ... member of the 2013 Wyndham Cup East Team ... semifinalist at the 2013 North/South Amateur ... 2012 Rolex second team All-America selection ... shot 68-69-67 to win the 2012 Golf Pride Junior Classic ... reached the round of 32 at the 2012 British Boys Amateur ... recorded top 10 finishes at the Lessings AJGA Classic, The PING Invitational, Puerto Rico Junior Open and N.J. Amateur in 2012 ... placed 11th at the 2012 Junior PGA Championship ... finished fourth at the 2011 Rome Classic ... was sixth at the 2010 Junior All-Star Penn State.
PERSONAL: Born Max Alexander Greyserman on May 31, 1995 in Short Hills, N.J. ... son of Alex and Elaine Greyserman ... father, Alex, is a hedge fund manager and a math professor at Columbia ... mother, Elaine, played tennis at Rutgers ... has an older sister, Jacquie, and two younger brothers, Dean and Reed ... academic honor roll student ... hobbies include basketball, tennis and ping pong ... favorite athlete is Tiger Woods.