Max McGreevy

Max McGreevy

Height: 5'11" (1.8 m)
Weight: 155 (70 kg)
Age: 27 (May 03, 1995)
Birthplace: Edmond, Oklahoma
Residence: Dallas, Texas
Family: Engaged

Education: University of Oklahoma (2017, Administrative Leadership)
Special Interests: Ping-pong
Turned Professional: 2017
City plays from: Edmond, OK, United States


Exempt Status


PGA TOURTop 125 in 2021-22 FedExCup Playoffs and Eligibility Points List (thru 2022-23)

Career Victories


Korn Ferry Tour Victories (1):
2020 (1) Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper.
PGA Tour China Series Victories (1):
2019 (1) Guangzhou Open.

Player Statistics


Career Low Round:

63 - 2022 Barbasol Championship (Round 2)

Career High FedExCup Rank:

#63 : 2022 Puerto Rico Open

Career High Official World Golf Rank:

#198 : 2021 RBC Heritage

Career Largest Paycheck:

$403,300 : 2022 Puerto Rico Open (Finished 2)

2021-22 Season Highlights


Qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs in his rookie season, finishing No. 120 in the Official FedExCup standings. Recorded two top-10s, highlighted by a runner-up at the Puerto Rico Open, and made nine cuts in 28 starts.

PGA TOUR
Puerto Rico Open - Finished solo-second at the Puerto Rico Open, his first career top-10 on the PGA TOUR. Led the field in Par-4 Scoring Average (3.80). Wyndham Championship - Entered the Wyndham Championship at No. 126 in the FedExCup standings and earned his second career top-10, finishing T5 and qualifying for the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career at No. 105.

Career Records


PGA TOUR (Playoff Record: 0 - 0)
Season Events Rounds 1st 2nd 3rd Top 10 Top 25 Cuts Made Cuts Missed WD FedExCup Rank Earnings
Total: 29 74 1 2 5 9 20 $999,625
2023 1 2 1
2022 28 72 1 2 5 9 19 120 $999,625
(A) - Amateur
FedExCup Playoffs
FedEx St. Jude Championship Dell Technologies Championship BMW Championship TOUR Championship
2022 CUT

Personal


  • Father, Brian, won 1998 Oklahoma State Amateur.
  • Would like to design clothing, and enjoys listening to music before playing a round.
  • Previously used a 1966 U.S. quarter to mark his ball.
  • Says most people don't know he's a great ping-pong player.