Has played in 10 career events ... averages an 83.9 through 24 rounds ... tied for sixth at the Service Academy Golf Tournament for his best career finish ... placed in the top 20 on two occasions ... career-best round of 73. SPRING 2012: Competed in three events ... finished 18th in the dual match with Florida Atlantic after a 92 at Polo Club of Boca Raton, Fla. ... tied for 61st at the Triumph at Pauma Valley ... rounds of 84-83-83 at the Pauma Valley Country Club ... shot 81-93-84 at the National Invitational Tournament at Omni Tucson National to finish 73rd. FALL 2011: Competed in three tournaments and the dual match against Navy ... teamed with Matt Philie to win a four-ball match 3&2 opposite Navy ... dropped his singles match 4&2 ... placed 17th at the Service Academy Classic ... shot 87-86-84 at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J. ... tied for 38th at the Bucknell Fall Invitational ... improved each round with 77-75-73 for the championship ... finished 80th at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate ... shot 74-90-99 at The Blackhorn Club. SPRING 2011: Played in two events ... secured half a point in the dual match win at Stetson ... lost in four-ball competition paired with Matt Philie 1-up ... tied for 88th at the Fireline Invitational ... rounds of 89-85-86--260. FALL 2010: Competed in two events ... career-best tie for sixth at the one-day Service Academy Golf Tournament ... fired a three-over-par 75 at the Courses at Andrews Air Force Base ... tied for 60th at the Classic at Shelter Harbor ... shot 77-82--159 for the championship.
SPRING 2010: Did not compete in a varsity event.
FALL 2009: Competed in one event ... made his collegiate debut at the Mulekicker Classic ... consecutive rounds of 88 ... finished 56th at West Point Golf Course.
MISC: Born in Atlanta, Ga. ... now resides in Orlando, Fla. ... played baseball and golf at Olympia High ... named school MVP as a senior ... first team Metro Conference and All-Central Florida second team as a golfer ... helped team to two state championship runner-up finishes ... golf team also placed third ... played baseball for six years ... first baseman, third baseman and pitcher ... member of the National Honor Society and Science National Honor Society ... graduated 25th out of a class of 800 ... enjoys baseball and hanging out with friends ... played the violin and piano in middle school and high school ... son of Dale and Janice Marx ... one younger brother ... majoring in Systems Engineering ... served as a Squad Leader during Cadet Basic Training between his freshman and sophomore years.
Getting To Know David Marx Why did you choose West Point? I was recruited to play golf and knew I'd regret it forever if I didn't come here Best part about Army golf? The family atmosphere on the team and the great courses we get to play. I follow ? number of people on Twitter? -0 Favorite club in my bag? Sand wedge Favorite hole at West Point Golf Course? 11 Favorite roadtrip? To Camilla, Ga., to go hunting Favorite class? Fundamentals of engineering mechanics and design If I weren't playing golf, I would be? Watching the Yankees Pregame rituals? Staying relaxed, Two words to describe Coach Watts? Loves his job Favorite golf movie? Caddyshack If I can play any other sport it would be? Baseball