AUGUSTA, Ga. (April 13, 2014) -- Oliver Goss closed out his experience at the 2014 Masters with a 3-over 75, finishing in 49th position.
Goss, who gained entry into the Masters by way of his runner-up finish at the 2013 U.S. Amateur at the Country Club in Brookline, Mass., shot a 1-under 71 on Friday to slip under the cutline as the only amateur and closed with weekend rounds of 76-75.
Regardless of his weekend rounds, Goss, who plays his college golf at the University of Tennessee, won the Silver Cup for low amateur honors.
Matt Fitzpatrick, who beat Goss in the final match of the U.S. Amateur to gain entry into The Masters, shot 76-73 and missed the cut at 5-over.
Asian-Amateur champ Chang-woo Lee shot 80-73 to finish at 9-over and on the wrong side of the cut line.
Jordan Niebrugge of Oklahoma State shot a second-round 74 but his first-round 81 put him well off the pace. Niebrugge, of course, won the 2013 U.S. Amateur Public Links and the Western Amateur last summer.
British Amateur champion Garrick Porteous shot 76-80 while reigning U.S. Mid-Amateur winner Mike McCoy of Iowa shot 78-83.
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