Grant Fairbairn
Grant Fairbairn
Year: Junior
Hometown: Orinda, Calif.
High School: The College Preparatory School
Major: Psychology
House Affiliation: Cabot

Sophomore (2018-19): 
All-Ivy League second team … Competed in seven tournaments, averaged 73.44 strokes per 18 holes … Placed sixth at the Quechee Club Collegiate Challenge (Sept. 22-23) turning in a two-day aggregate score of one-under, 70-73 ... Fired a 76 and 74 on the second and third day at The Macdonald Cup (Sept. 29-30) … Placed 17th overall at the Michigan Desert Mountain Intercollegiate, posting two career-low rounds of 70 …  Turned in rounds of 75, 75 and 74 at the Princeton Invitational (April 6-7) … Took eighth place at the Yale Spring Invite (April 13), shooting a one-over 141 (70-71) … Finished in seventh place to lead the Crimson at the Ivy League Championship (April 19-21), with rounds of 74, 74 and 72.

Freshman (2017-18):
Second Team All-Ivy honors...2018 Biff Jeeks Award Winner...Top Harvard finisher at Ivy League Championships...Carded rounds of 77-71-76 to finish tied for eighth at the Ivy League Tournment...Turned in a career low round of 69 in the second round at the Princeton Invitational (finished tied for fifth overall)...Shot a career low round of 72 in round one of the Macdonald Cup at Yale.

Before Harvard:
Awarded league MVP in 2017 … Named team MVP in 2016 and 2017 … Awarded ALL-FCWT first team 2016-17 with a victory and three top-5 FCWT finishes … Ranked as high as top-5 in the country for the class of 2017 according to AJGA Polo Golf … Reigning champion of 2017 North Coast Section Division I and CIF North Coast Section Division II championships … Captained the College Preparatory School from 2015-17 … USGA-AJGA Presidential Leadership award winner in 2017 … Named Athlete of the Year at College Preparatory School as a senior … Earned AJGA Leadership Links top fund raiser recognition in 2016 … Volunteer at Judge Baker Children’s Center for autistic students … Sister, Nina ’17, graduated from Harvard and played for the Crimson women’s golf team … Father, Malcolm ’94, graduated from the Harvard Business School.