CAREER: Three-time PING All-East Region and All-ACC Academic team selection ... ranks third at Duke with a 72.61 career stroke average ... has played 99 total rounds with 44 rounds of even-par or better golf ... ranks in the top 10 of the Duke record books in rounds in the 60s (17, t-fourth), under-par rounds (35, sixth), top 5 finishes (8, t-sixth), top 10 finishes (13, seventh) and top 20 finishes (20, t-seventh).
2011-12: Golfweek honorable mention All-America .... All-ACC and PING All-East Region selection ... member of the All-ACC Academic team ... ACC Player of the Month for Feb/March ... named Golfweek Player of the Week in Feb. ... set a Duke single season record with a 71.3 stroke average despite playing the final two events of the season with a stress fracture in his wrist ... had two tournament wins, five top 5, six top 10 and eight top 20 finishes on the year ... closed the season ranked 31st in the Golfweek / Sagarin Rankings ... led Duke in under-par rounds (16), rounds in the 60s (nine), rounds counted (32 of 33), sub-par strokes per round (3.85), greens in regulation (.682), par 4 scoring (4.03) and par 5 scoring (4.71) ... won the Rod Myers Invitational with a five-under 211 (70-73-68) and the John A. Burns Intercollegiate with an 11-under 205 (65-70-70) ... finished second at the Irish Creek Collegiate with an 11-under 202 (66-71-65) ... his two 11-under tournaments are tied for the fourth-best 54-hole scores in school history ... fired a seven-under 65 in the opening round at the John Burns Intercollegiate, tied for the fourth-best round in Duke history ... went 3-1 at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play while helping Duke to a runner-up finish.
Summer, 2011: Shot 69-71=140 (-4) to finish second in a U.S. Public Links Qualifier at St. John’s Golf & CC ... tied for 10th in stroke play at the U.S. Public Links with a 72-73=145 (+4) at Bandon Dunes ... shot 72-71=143 to narrowly miss the cut at the U.S. Amateur ... also played in the Southern Amateur and Western Amateur.
2010-11: PING All-East Region selection ... member of the All-ACC Academic team ... finished third on the team with a 72.8 stroke average ... played 27 rounds over nine tournaments ... led the Blue Devils with 10 under-par rounds ... also led the team in sub-par strokes per round (3.44), putts per round (29.46) and par 3 scoring (3.07) ... shared the team lead in top 10 finishes (4) and par 5 scoring (4.80) ... tied for second with six rounds in the 60s ... posted a counting team score in 21 of 24 rounds played ... shot 22 rounds at 75 or lower ... finished in the top-20 five times and top-5 twice ... tied for third in the ACC Championships with a 71-69-68=209 (-7) ... placed fifth at the NCAA East Regional with a 76-70-68=214 (-2) ... finished in the top 10 of three of the last four tournaments of the season ... went 6-0-1 in match play as Duke won the Callaway Collegiate Match Play and reached the semifinals of the NCAA Championship ... won all four matches at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play.
2009-10: PING All-East Region selection ... named to the All-ACC Academic team ... led the team in tournaments (13) and rounds (39) played, putts per round (29.47) and top 20 finishes (7) ...finished in the top 20 in the first five tournaments of his college career ... nine under-par rounds is tied for second-most by a freshman in Duke history ... 39 rounds played is the third-most by a Duke freshman ... second on the team in pars per round (11.03), par 3 scoring (3.13), top 10 finishes (3) ... also fired four even-par rounds ... shot 71 in seven out of eight rounds midway through the spring season ... finished eighth at the Gifford Collegiate with a five-under 211 ... Aced the 190-yard, par 3 seventh hole in the first round of the Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle ... shot a season-low 68 in the second round at the Gifford Collegiate ... best finish was a tie for second at the N.C. State Wolfpack Intercollegiate ... placed sixth at the SunTrust Gator Invitational with a 71-70-72=213 (+3).
Summer, 2009: Shot 74-70=144 (E) in the U.S. Amateur Public Links stroke play ... posted a 3 and 1 win in the opening round before losing in 20 holes in the second round of the U.S. Am Pub Links match play ... shot 69-69=138 to grab medalist honors at U.S. Amateur Public Links qualifier at St. John’s Golf Club ... tied for fifth at the Florida State Amateur with a 72-72-72-74=290 ... shot 68-74=142 and was first alternate in U.S. Amateur qualifying at Juliette Falls Country Club.
Prep: Two-time Florida 2A individual state champion (2007, 2008) … two-time all-state selection … four-time all-conference and all-city pick ... three-time all-region and all-district honoree … posted a 35.5 stroke average as a senior … broke school record for most wins in a career ... led his team to a state championship in 2008, winning in a playoff.
Junior Golf: 2008 Rolex second team All-American ... posted five top 10 finishes in 2008 ... placed second at The Verizon Junior Heritage ... shot 74-72=146 to tie for third at the Polo Golf Junior Classic ... advanced to the semifinals of the Polo Golf Junior Classic match-play ... fired a 279 (72-70-69-68) to tie for seventh at the Western Junior ... finished eighth at The Junior PLAYERS Championship with a 69-73-78 ... tied for eighth at the HP Junior Championship with a 76-71-69-73=289 ... advanced to the second round of the 2008 U.S. Junior Amateur match play ... recorded two top 10 finishes in 2007 ... shot 74-71-69=214 to place sixth at the Golf Pride Junior Classic ... tied for seventh at The Verizon Junior Heritage with a 73-75=148 ... won 2006 Medicus Preseason Junior at Black Bear with a two-round total of 143 ... advanced to the match play portion at the U.S. Junior Amateur in 2006.
Personal: Born on April 6, 1991 in New York ... son of Jagan and Lorena Suri … father, Jagan, works in the business development of golf courses … mother, Lorena, works as a graphic designer … has a younger brother, Devin … father played tennis at McNeese State … graduated Magna Cum Laude with 4.2 GPA … lettered in academics in high school … favorite athletes are Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant … hopes to play on the PGA tour after graduation.