Gordon (r) in the 2016 El Gouna Open.

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Team USA’s Chris Gordon leads the Segnatek Engineering Texas Open, a $10, 000 U.S. Pro Series event, as the top seed next week at the Downtown Club at the Met in Houston, Texas.

The world No. 58 from New York City is the only American in the sixteen-player main draw, and is predicted to meet England’s two seed Eddie Charlton in the final.

Trinity graduates Vikram Malhotra and Chris Binnie enter the main draw as the four and seven seeds respectively.

Upcoming Americans Faraz Khan, world No. 151, and David Cromwell, world No. 343, enter the sixteen-player qualifying draw.

Follow live scores from Tuesday, September 6, on U.S. Pro Series Live.

The Texas Open is the first U.S. Pro Series event of the 2016-2017. View the full draw on the tournament page.