LOGIN  |  JOIN  |  INFO
U.S. Amateur 2013 qualifying results

The 113th U.S. Amateur Championship will be held August 12-18 at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. The qualifying process began in early July and ends July 30. All told, there will be 98 qualifying locations with all being 36 holes of stroke play.

As results are made available, we'll be updating with news and notable additions to the field. (If you see a name underlined, click on the link to view that player's Golfweek/amateurgolf.c o m Player Rankings profile.)



Richy Werenski
BREWSTER, MASS. - CAPE COD NATIONAL GC

Georgia Tech's Richy Werenski and Evan Russell, who recently won the New England Amateur, both shot 70-67 (5-under) to share medalist honors at the Cape Cod National qualifier. It will be Werenski's third appearance in the U.S. Amateur. Chris Houston of Penn State took the final position, finishing seven back of the leaders.

Richy Werenski - SOUTH HADLEY, MASS. 137
Evan Russell - GRANTHAM, N.H. 137
Chris Houston - GILFORD, N.H. 144

Denny McCarthy
CINCINANTI, OH - THE CAMARGO CLUB

Will Seger - JASPER, IND. 135
Matt Emery - FRANKLIN, TENN. 138
Michael Kelley - WESTERVILLE, OHIO 140

LOUDON, TENN. - TENNESSEE NATIONAL GOLF CLUB

Payne Denman - RIVERWATCH, TENN. 142
Michael Hines - WOODSTOCK, GA. 143
Lee Maxwell - COOKEVILLE, TENN. 143

ROCKVILLE, MD. - LAKEWOOD COUNTRY CLUB

University of Virginia star Denny McCarthy cruised to medalist honors at the Rockville qualifier. Winner of the Maryland Open, McCarthy won by six shots. Texas A&M's Andrew Lister took the second qualifying position.

Denny McCarthy - ROCKVILLE, MD. 131
Andrew Lister - KATY, TEXAS 138
Pete Detemple - CALLAWAY, MD. 140
Tyler Wingo - FAIRFAX, VA. 142

WINTER GARDEN, FLA. - ORANGE COUNTY NATIONAL

Paul Simpkins - OVIEDO, FLA. 137
Christopher Colli - WINTER PARK, FLA. 139
Kyle Martin - PLANT CITY, FLA. 139

AMELIA ISLAND, FLA. - AMELIA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB

Ryan Benton - DOTHAN, ALA. 137
Michael Smith - PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA. 139

ATHENS, GA. - ATHENS COUNTRY CLUB

Greyson Sigg - AUGUSTA, GA. 135
Sam Straka - VALDOSTA, GA. 137
Zach Estep - LAWRENCEVILLE, GA. 138
Chase Parker - AUGUSTA, GA. 138

Rufie Fessler
BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. - BAKERSFIELD COUNTRY CLUB

Fresno State's Rufie Fessler of Bakersfield was edged by Takeshi Eno of Japan by one shot at Bakersfield Country Club.

Takeshi Eno - JAPAN 140
Rufie Fessler - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. 141
Neil Bautista - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. 142




Andrew Dorn
CINCINNATI #1, OHIO - COLDSTREAM COUNTRY CLUB

Christopher Burger - CINCINNATI, OHIO 140
Andrew Dorn - WEST CHESTER, OHIO 140

Fresh off his win at the North & South, Andrew Dorn shot 140 at Coldstream Country Club to share medalist honors with Chris Burger, a former Xavier golfer.




LA GRANGE, ILL. - LA GRANGE COUNTRY CLUB

Tee-K Kelly - WHEATON, ILL. 138
Raymond Knoll - NAPERVILLE, ILL. 138
William Zalatoris - PLANO, TEXAS 140

Ohio State freshman and recent Illinois State Amateur winner Tee-K Kelly took co-medalist along with Raymond Knoll at La Grange Country Club. William Zalatoris, just 16, took the third and final qualifying berth. Zalatoris made a run as a 14-year-old at the 2011 U.S. Junior.

Gavin Hall
HAMILTON, N.Y. - SEVEN OAKS GC AT COLGATE U

Fresh off a second-place finish at nearby Niagara Falls Country Club in the Porter Cup, Texas A&M star Tyler Dunlap continued his hot play, taking medalist by an impressive six shots. Andrew Lane of Notre Dame took third place in the Seven Oaks Golf Course qualifier on the campus of Colgate University. The Oak Hill member joined fellow New Yorker Gavin Hall in qualifying. Hall, however, was exempt from qualifying on account of medaling at his sectional qualifier to gain entry into June’s U.S. Open.



Tyler Dunlap - WESTLAKE, TEXAS 134
Brett Patterson - MCMINNVILLE, TENN. 140
Andrew Lane - FAIRPORT, N.Y. 141

Jeremy Sanders
SATICOY, CALIF. - SATICOY COUNTRY CLUB

Drew Miller shot rounds of 72-71 to take co- medalist alongside Mark Anguiano at the Saticoy Country Club qualifier. Miller is a sophomore at Santa Clara while Anguiano is a Cal State Fullerton golfer and amateurgolf.com regular.

Drew Miller - THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. 143
Mark Angiuano - WHITTIER, CALIF. 143
Jeremy Sanders - CHATSWORTH, CALIF. 144

VALENCIA, CALIF. - TPC VALENCIA

Former Chico State golfer Matt Williams shared medalist honors with high schooler Blake Meek of Pasadena. The pair shot 2-under 142 during qualifying. Aaron Wise took the final qualifying spot at 1-under.


Stephen Powers
IVANHOE, ILL. - IVANHOE CLUB

University of Kentucky golfer Stephen Powers led all qualifiers at the Ivanhoe Club sectional. Powers shot 70-72--142 to take medalist by a shot over Nick Hardy. Kansas University golfer Andrew Price snagged the third and final position.

Stephen Powers - PLAINFIELD, ILL. 142
Nick Hardy - NORTHBROOK, ILL 143
Andrew Price- LAKE BLUFF, ILL 143


Talor Gooch
MAUMELLE, ARK. - MAUMELLE COUNTRY CLUB

Texas A&M's Jade Scott took medalist honors by three shots at Maumelle Country Club. He topped Oklahoma State's Talor Gooch, who took the second and final qualifying positions.

Jade Scott - DAINGERFIELD, TEXAS 138
Talor Gooch - MIDWEST CITY, OKLA. 141



Grant Houser
ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. - BENVENUE COUNTRY CLUB

Victor Wiggins - GASTONIA, N.C. 136
Grant Houser - HOLLY SPRINGS, N.C. 138
Andrew Decker - GREENVILLE, N.C. 139






Luke Vivolo
SANTA CRUZ, CALIF. - PASATIEMPO GOLF CLUB

Luke Vivolo - CARMEL, CALIF. 139
Mac McClung - FREMONT, CALIF. 140
Bobby Schaeffer - LA QUINTA, CALIF. 140

Amateurgolf.com Tour regular Luke Vivolo took medalist honors at Pasatiempo. The UC Davis golfer edged Mac McClung by a shot.



Brandon Baumgarten
SANTA ROSA, CALIF. - SANTA ROSA COUNTRY CLUB

Brandon Baumgarten - GRANITE BAY, CALIF. 139
Miguel Delgado - NOVATO, CALIF. 140
Andrew Wood - ALAMEDA, CALIF. 140







Theo Humphrey
STAMFORD, CONN. - ROCKRIMMON COUNTRY CLUB

Vanderbilt signee Theo Humphrey rolled to the top position at the Rockrimmon qualifier. Humphrey won by six shots over Iona's Dylan Newman and MET Junior runner-up Jeremy Wall.

Theo Humphrey - GREENWICH, CONN. 138
Dylan Newman - NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. 144
Jeremy Wall - BRIELLE, N.J. 144


Gerrit Chambers
WOODBURN, ORE. - OGA GOLF COURSE

Justin Kadin - CORVALLIS, ORE. 134

Washington Huskies senior Gerrit Chambers was one of three qualifiers earning a berth at the Oregon Golf Association Golf Course. Chambers tied with Brian Jung while Justin Kadin of the University of Idaho took medalist.





Justin Shin
ONTARIO (NY), N.Y. - BROOKWOODS COUNTRY CLUB

Canada was well-represented at the Ontario, NY qualifier. Fresh off strong play at the Porter Cup, Justin Shin took medalist honors. He topped fellow Canadians Chris Hemmerich and Brennan Smith. Rising Cal Bears golfer Shotaro Ban missed out on the final qualifying position and will be first alternate from this location.

Justin Shin - CANADA 140
Chris Hemmerich - CANADA 141
Brennan Smith - CANADA 141

Gerrit Chambers - BRUSH PRAIRIE, WASH. 136
Brian Jung - CANADA 136

TULSA, OKLA. - TULSA COUNTRY CLUB

Jake Istnick - DALLAS, TEXAS 137
Sam Hudson - FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. 142

Stewart Jolly
MADISON, MISS. - REUNION GOLF CLUB

It may have been a Mississippi qualifier, but that didn’t stop the boys from Louisiana State from having their share of fun. LSU golfers Stewart Jolly and Landon Lyons took the top two positions at Reunion. Jolly was the medalist thanks to a final-round 67 while Lyons shot 68- 71. Alabama’s Tom Lovelady and Smylie Kaufman, another LSU golfer, were on the outside looking in, finishing one back of Lyons.



Stewart Jolly - BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 137
Landon Lyons - BATON ROUGE, LA. 139

HIGHLAND, UTAH - ALPINE COUNTRY CLUB

BYU teammates Joe Parkinson and Zac Blair took the two spots available at Alpine Country Club. Parkinson led the way, going 13-under throughout the morning and afternoon rounds. Blair, who garnered early Walker Cup attention, was two shots back of his teammate.

Joe Parkinson - ALPINE, UTAH 131
Zachary Blair - OGDEN, UTAH 133

Zachary Olsen

LOUISVILLE, KY. - SENECA GOLF COURSE

Fresh off a huge victory at the Southern Amateur in Houston, Zachary Olsen paces qualifiers at Louisville's Seneca Golf Course with a blistering 36-hole score of 133.

Do you think OSU is happy with their incoming freshman? In June Olsen won the Tennessee state match play title. Chad Ramey, who finished 5th at the Southern, also qualified.

Zachary Olsen - CORDOVA, TENN. 133
Chad Ramey - FULTON, MISS. 135


MEDFORD, ORE. - CENTENNIAL GOLF CLUB

Tyler Falk - SPRINGFIELD, ORE. 135

NORMAL, ILL. - WEIBRING GOLF CLUB AT ISU

Andrew Novara - MURPHYSBORO, ILL. 140
Alex Burge - BLOOMINGTON, ILL. 142
Eric Meier - NORMAL, ILL. 142 A - Jordan Fahel - PEORIA, ILL. 142

SUMMIT, N.J. - CANOE BROOK COUNTRY CLUB (SOUTH COURSE)

University of the Pacific golfer Alex Edfort has been a consistent performer in summer events - he paced qualifiers at New Jersey's Canoe Brook, well under an hour from his hometown of Somerset. Two Pennsylvania players, 2013 Palmetto Amateur champ Nicholas Reach and Scott Jaster, also made it to The U.S. Amateur.

Alex Edfort - SOMERSET, N.J. 134
Nicholas Reach - MOSCOW, PA. 137
Scott Jaster - BRYN MAWR, PA. 138

BAY CITY, MICH. - BAY CITY COUNTRY CLUB

Oakland University sophomore Evan Bowser was medalist with a 138 at Bay City Country Club, fending off two Canadians, who also qualified. Bowser made the cut at this year's Michigan Open and in 2012, became the first freshman at Oakland to win a golf tournament.

Evan Bowser - DEARBORN, MICH. 138
Doug Hoppe - CANADA 140
Brendan Leonard - CANADA 142

EVERETT, PA. - DOWN RIVER GOLF COURSE

Artie Fink, Jr. - ALTOONA, PA. 138

ODESSA, TEXAS - ODESSA COUNTRY CLUB (OLD COURSE)

Recent College of Charleston graduate John Duke Hudson took home medalist honors at Odessa Country Club with a two- round total of 136. In his senior year, he won the Charleston Shootout collegiate event.

John Duke Hudson - SAN ANGELO, TEXAS 136
Andrew Wyatt - MIDLAND, TEXAS 139

WHISPERING PINES, N.C. - CC OF WHISPERING PINES (EAST)

Georgia Bulldog junior Michael Cromie was co- medalist at the Whispering Pines qualifier alongside Trevor Cone of Virginia Tech. Winthrop's Taylor Dickson prevailed in a playoff for the third and final U.S. Amateur berth over Josh Nichols of Appalachian State.

Trevor Cone - CONCORD, N.C. 138
Michael Cromie - CARY, N.C. 138
Taylor Dickson - GASTONIA, N.C. 139

WOODSTOCK, GA - CAPITAL CITY CLUB (CRABAPPLE)

It was home cooking for Georgia Tech stars Anders Albertson, Seth Reeves and Oliver Schniederjans, who took 1-2-3 at qualifying at their home course. Georgia's Scott Strohmeyer and Georgia Southern's Scott Wolfes snagged the final two positions.

Anders Albertson - WOODSTOCK, GA. 133
Seth Reeves - DULUTH, GA. 135
Oliver Schniederjans - POWDER SPRINGS, GA. 138
Scott Strohmeyer - TUSCALOOSA, ALA. 138

LANSING, MICH. - FOREST AKERS GOLF COURSE (WEST COURSE)

14-year-old Andrew Walker became the second youngest player to ever qualify for the U.S. Amateur, posting rounds of 71-69--140 at Forest Akers West at Michigan State University. At 14 years, 8 months and 29 days, he is seven months older than Ryota Ito was when qualifying in 2004.

Michael Makris - SOUTH BEND, IND. 137
Mitchell Rutledge - CREVE COEUR, MO. 140
Andrew Walker - BATTLE CREEK, MICH. 140

TARPON SPRINGS, FLA. - CYPRESS RUN GOLF CLUB

Austin Padova, a member of the University of North Florida golf team, took medalist honors at Cypress Run. Padova is a four-time junior winner and was named Golfweek's Player of the Week as a prep star.

Austin Padova - HUDSON, FLA. 141
Anthony Maccaglia - TAMPA, FLA. 143

THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS - THE WOODLANDS COUNTRY CLUB (PALMER COURSE)

Walker Cup mid-amateur hopeful Patrick Christovich is one step closer to further improving his resume by taking the second of four qualifying spots at The Woodlands' Palmer Course. Christovich, from New Orleans, shot 138 to finish one back of medalist Matthew Van Zandt.

Matthew Van Zandt - HOUSTON, TEXAS 137
Patrick Christovich - NEW ORLEANS, LA. 138
Vaughan McCall - NEW ZEALAND 138
Wilson McDonald - MOBILE, ALA. 139

AVON, OHIO - AVON OAKS COUNTRY CLUB

Andrew Bailey, a senior at Cleveland State University, took medalist honors at Avon Oaks Country Club with an impressive 36- hole total of 134. Bailey made it to the quarterfinals in this year's North and South Amateur.

Andrew Bailey - ROCKY RIVER, OHIO 134
Parker Hewit - WESTFIELD CENTER, OHIO 139
Tyler Klava - PACE, FLA. 140

BRYN MAWR/VILLANOVA, PA. - OVERBROOK GOLF CLUB/RADNOR VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB

Temple University sophomore Brandon Matthews was one of five qualifiers out of the Bryn Mawr/Villanova, PA sectional, shooting 136. Matthews also qualified for the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion.

Brandon Matthews - DUPONT, PA. 136
Sean Fahey - VILLANOVA, PA. 139
Christopher Crawford - BENSALEM, PA. 140
Stephen Seiden - DREXEL HILL, PA. 140
Brandon Dalinka - NEWTOWN, PA. 141

E. NORWALK, CONN. - SHOREHAVEN GOLF CLUB

Max Adler - NORWALK, CONN. 136
Kevin Josephson - NEW BRITAIN, CONN. 137
Peter Ballo - STAMFORD, CONN. 138

E. PROVIDENCE, R.I. - METACOMET COUNTRY CLUB

University of Rhode Island senior Branden Chicorka fired 134 to advance to the U.S. Amateur with medalist honors.

Branden Chicorka - ENFIELD, CONN. 134
Ryan Riley - NORTH EASTON, MASS. 136
Jamison Randall - CUMBERLAND, R.I. 138

FT. COLLINS, COLO. - FORT COLLINS COUNTRY CLUB

Colorado State University junior Cameron Harrell qualified for his second straight USGA- sanctioned event with a 36-hole total 135 at Fort Collins Country Club. Harrell qualified for the 2013 U.S. Public Links and placed third at the Southwestern Amateur in 2012.

Cameron Harrell - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. 135
Kyle Danford - FORT COLLINS, COLO. 140
Alex Kephart - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. 140

BRIDGEPORT (WV), W.VA. - PETE DYE GOLF CLUB

Andrew Lawson - DALLAS, TEXAS 141
A - Logan Harrell - HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. 144
A - John Beringer - LOVELAND, OHIO 146

GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS - GREATER SOUTHWEST GOLF CLUB

Redshirt-junior Greg Yates of Texas A&M University took medalist honors in Texas at the Greater Southwest Golf Club, shooting 138.

Gregory Yates - MANSFIELD, TEXAS 138
Sean Walsh - KELLER, TEXAS 140
Nathan Anderson - BURLESON, TEXAS 141

MIDLOTHIAN, VA. - SALISBURY COUNTRY CLUB

Evan Beck - VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 132
Bo Andrews - RALEIGH, N.C. 133

MISSION VIEJO, CALIF. - MISSION VIEJO COUNTRY CLUB

Rico Hoey - RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF. 133
Gordon Neale - DOVE CANYON, CALIF. 138
Stewart Hagestad - NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. 139

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - BAKKER CROSSING GOLF COURSE

University of Oklahoma senior-to-be Michael Schoolcraft was the only qualifier to come out of the Sioux Falls, S.D. sectional, shooting 137 to win by three.

Michael Schoolcraft - DENVER, COLO. 137

TRUCKEE, CALIF. - SCHAFFER'S MILL CLUB

SMU sophomore and Clovis, Calif. native Bryson DeChambeau continued his unbelievable play this summer by blowing away the field in Truckee, shooting 67-65 to win qualifying at Schaffer's Mill by six. DeChambeau won the 2013 Trans-Mississippi and finished second at the California Amateur and Sahalee Players.

Bryson DeChambeau - CLOVIS, CALIF. 132
William Flitcroft - AUSTRALIA 138
John Sawin - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 138

TYNGSBORO, MASS. - VESPER COUNTRY CLUB

Chelso Barrett - SURRY, N.H. 139
Peter French - BELLINGHAM, MASS. 140
Austen Truslow - NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FLA. 140

WEST DES MOINES, IOWA - GLEN OAKS COUNTRY CLUB

Five-time Iowa State Amateur champion Mike McCoy was medalist at Glen Oaks Country Club by three shots after shooting 141. McCoy is a perennial amateur player, winning the George C. Thomas Invitaitonal (Calif.) and the Coleman Invitational (Florida) in 2013 along with appearing in numerous U.S. Amateur and U.S. Mid-Amateurs. He also qualified for the 2013 U.S. Senior Open.

Michael McCoy - WEST DES MOINES, IOWA 141
Jordan Zunic - AUSTRALIA 144

ST. LOUIS, MO. - NORWOOD HILLS COUNTRY CLUB

Arkansas State senior Chance Holden will compete in the U.S. Amateur in August after his two-round total of 141 was good enough to be tied for medalist at Norwood Hills Country Club in St. Louis. Akron sophomore Carr Vernon also shot 141.

Chance Holden - DEXTER, MO. 141
Carr Vernon - POPLAR BLUFF, MO. 141

LAGRANGEVILLE, N.Y. - THE LINKS AT UNION VALE

University of Connecticut sophomore Corey Birch took medalist honors in LaGrangeville after his two-round total of 139 edged the field by one.

Corey Birch - RIDGEFIELD, CONN. 139
Yaroslav Merkulov - PENFIELD, N.Y. 140

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. - HARBOR LINK GOLF COURSE

St. John's University junior Dylan Crowley shot 140 to take medalist honors at Harbor Links by one stroke. The Los Angeles, Calif. native also qualified for the U.S. Amateur and U.S. Public Links his freshman year.

Dylan Crowley - LOS ANGELES, Calif. 140
Toni Hakula - FINLAND 141

WICHITA, KAN. - WICHITA COUNTRY CLUB

Former Witchita State golfer Rafael Becker of Brazil continued his hot play this summer with an impressive medalist effort in Wichita. Becker, who held the lead at the prestigious Northeast Amateur, shot 130 to lead the qualifier by four shots.

Rafael Becker - BRAZIL 130
Taylor Moore - EDMOND, OKLA. 134

BLYTHEWOOD, S.C. - COLUMBIA COUNTRY CLUB

Without taking anything away from the four qualifiers, it may be the first one out that makes the biggest headlines from Blythewood. U.S. Walker Cup mid-am hopeful Todd White will be first alternate after missing out for the fourth and final qualifying spot. Carson Young took medalist honors while highly-ranked Matthew NeSmith came in two shots back.

Carson Young - PENDLETON, S.C. 135
Will Starke - CHAPIN, S.C. 136
Matthew NeSmith - NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. - 137
Lee Knox - AUGUSTA, GA 139

DENVER, NC - VERDICT RIDGE GOLF & CC

In South Carolina, a potential mid-am pick for the Walker Cup may have fallen a few pegs. In North Carolina, a longshot for one of the USGA's two mid- am spots boosted his chances. Scott Harvey took medalist honors to improve his chances.

Scott Harvey - GREENSBORO, N.C. 138
JT Poston - HICKORY, N.C. 139
Joshua Martin - PINEHURST, N.C. 141

LITCHFIELD PARK, ARIZ. - WIGWAM GOLF RESORT

Air Force pilot Andy Aduddell has won almost all there is to win in Arizona. Now, he's aiming at a national victory. He took medalist at Wigwam.

Andy Aduddell - AVONDALE, ARIZ. 135
David Snyder - MCALLEN, TEX. 136
Christopher Felix - PHOENIX, ARIZ. 137

GAINESVILLE, FLA. - UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GC

Former Duke regional All-America Julian Suri led all players at the Gainesville, Fla. qualifier. Suri outlasted a quality field to take the lone qualifying position. A.J. Crouch of the Florida Gators was eight shots back of Suri and will be the first alternate.

Julian Suri - ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 132

HARMONY, FLA. - HARMONY GOLF PRESERVE

NCAA All-American and the No. 21-ranked player in the Golfweek/amateurgolf.com U.S. Player Rankings Curtis Thompson will serve as the first alternate out of the Harmony, Fla. qualifier. Joey Petronio of U of North Florida and Rice Owls signee Kevin Reilly took the event's two qualifying spots.

Joey Petronio - ORLANDO, FLA. 135
Kevin Reilly - OVIEDOO, FLA. 136

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA. - PGA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB

England native and Nova Southeastern golfer Benjamin Taylor took medalist honors, clearing Big East champion Chase Koepka of South Florida by four shots.

Benja min Taylor - ENGLAND 136
Chase Koepka - LAKE WORTH, FLA 140

MODESTO, CALIF. -DEL RIO CC

The future of college golf was well- represented in the Del Rio Country Club qualifier. Cal red- shirt freshman and Alameda Commuters winner Pace Johnson led all scorers Monday, firing 68- 66=135 to take medalist honors at 8-under. He'll be joined by UNLV signee Shintaro Ban, who shot 4-under during the 36-hole qualifer. Ban, of course, is the brother of Shotaro Ban, another top-ranked amateur and fellow Cal red- shirt. Jimmy Castles of Cupertino, Calif. took the third and final qualifying spot, tying Ban at 4-under. Notable players who failed to qualify include: Patrick Burda, Hunter Rappleye, Tyler Raber and Ben Geyer.

Pace Johnson - FRESNO, CALIF. 134
Shintaro Ban - SAN JOSE, CALIF. 138
Jimmy Castles - CUPERTINO, CALIF. 138

PLEASANTON, CALIF. - CASTLEWOOD

Amateurgolf.com member and tour regular Mat Miller took one of three qualifying spots. The former AGC Tour Championship winner fired rounds of 71-66 to finish 7-under. 2013 AGC Diablo Valley Amateur winner and Cal red shirt Keelan Kilpatrick missed qualifying by eight shots.

Matt Pinizzotto - SALINAS, CALIF. 135
Matthew Miller - PLEASANTON, CALIF. 137
Jason Anthony - FAIRFIELD, CALIF. 137

RANCH SANTA FE, CALIF. - FAIRBANKS RANCH

Xander Schauffele shared medalist honors with Jack Perry, advancing to the 2013 U.S. Amateur after rounds of 66-73--139.

Jack Perry - SANTA BARBARA, Calif. 139
Xander Schauffele - SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 139
Sean Yu - BEAUMONT, CALIF. 140

WILTON, CONN. - ROLLING HILLS CC

Blake Morris, a rising sophomore at Ole Miss, led all players at Rolling Hills. He made only three bogeys all day and shot 5-under 66 in the morning round.

Blake Morris - WATERBURY, CONN. 135
Sam Bernstein- NEW YORK, NY 138
Cameron Young - SCARBOROUGH, NY 141

SAMMAMISH, WASH. - ALDARRA GOLF CLUB

What a week for Charlie Hughes. First, the Washington Husky won the British Columbia Amateur and Monday, he earned medalist honors at the Sammamish, Wash. qualifier. Hughest shot 71-70--141. Washington State's Blake Snyder took the other berth up for grabs, firing a 3-under 67 in the afternoon to rally after a first-round 75.

Charlie Hughes - SEATTLE, WASH. 141
Blake Snyder - SEATTLE, WASH. 142

KELLER, TEXAS - SKY CREEK RANCH

Carlos Ortiz - MEXICO 135
Ian Davis - EDMOND, OKLA. 136
Thomas Birdsey - TROPHY CLUB, TEXAS 137

IRVING, TEXAS - LAS COLINAS COUNTRY CLUB

Brian Campbell - IRVINE, CALIF. 140
Santiago Gavino - AUSTIN, TEX. 140
Benjamin Baxter - FLOWER MOUND, TEX. 141

WESTON, MASS. - WESTON GOLF CLUB

John Gratton, WELLESLEY, MASS. - 146
Will McLaughlin, BEDFORD, N.H. - 148
Ben Balter, WELLESLEY, MASS. - 150

View results for U.S. Amateur Qualifying

Comments
Latest in 

Amateurgolf.com, Inc.
6965 El Camino Real 105-631
Carlsbad, CA 92011