Wisconsin Match Play: Upsets rule 1st day of matches
ALTOONA, Wisc. (June 17, 2014) -- Top seed Andrew Cobb is on to the quarterfinals at the 2014 Wisconsin State Match Play Championship.

Cobb was a 4 and 2 winner over No. 64 Trevor Thomas and beat No. 32 Ben Skogen 5 and 4 to remain alive into the third day of action at Eau Claire Golf & Country Club.

No. 2 seed Chapin Orr was upset in the first round of play, falling to Danie Hughes, the No. 63 seed. Hughes went on to win his second-round match and will head to the quarterfinals.

Upsets were the story in the first two rounds of match play. After the top seed Cobb, No. 9 Josh Udelhofen is the lowest seed remaining.

We'll have continuing coverage from the Wisconsin State Match Play throughout the remainder of the week.

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ABOUT THE Wisconsin Match Play

Entries are open to all male amateur golfers with a MAXIMUM WSGA/USGA HANDICAP INDEX OF 9.4, are residents of Wisconsin and/or are affiliated with a WSGA member club,. Non- resident members must agree not to participate in any other state's major amateur championships. An 18- hole stroke play qualifier is required for those who do not meet the exemption criteria. Format for the championship is 18-holes of stroke play followed by a round of 64 match play.

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