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2014 U.S. Amateur Qualifying Results
U.S. Amateur qualifying has begun at numerous sites across the United States.

Scheduled for Aug. 11-17 at Atlanta Athletic Club, the U.S. Amateur will bring together the finest field of any amateur event as the world's best rising stars hope to put their name next to the likes of Francis Ouimet, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and so many others on the Havemeyer Trophy.

As qualifying for the 2014 U.S. Amateur continues, we'll update the key players that earned entry into the field below. For a full look at qualifying across the country, follow the results link below.

TUESDAY, JULY 22

DUBOIS, PA. - TREASURE LAKE (SILVER COURSE)

Fresh off his win with brother David at the Baltusrol Invitational, Pennsylvania's Ronald Denunzio earned medalist honors at the Treasure Lake quaLifier. Denunzio beat Sean Knapp by two shots as the two were the lone players to move on to the U.S. Amateur.

M.J. Maguire
AMEILA ISLAND, FLA. - AMELIA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB

When you're hot, you're hot. And M.J. Maguire hopes that his play stays that way throughout championship proper.

Fresh off his win at the Southern Amateur, Maguire, tied for medalist honors and took one of three positions available at the Amelia Island qualifier.

The University of North Florida star joined Travis Williamson and Scott Wolfes as those advancing.

Jacob Joiner
ORLANDO, FLA. - RITZ-CARLTON GOLF CLUB - ORLANDO

Thad Hudgens, Jacob Joiner and Parker Jones all tied for medalist honors and will move on past the Orlando qualifier. The trio all totaled 139 for the 36-hole qualifier while Florida State's Hank Lebioda and Jacob Huizinga will serve as the first and second alternates, respectively.

TARPON SPRINGS, FLA. - CYPRESS RUN GOLF CLUB

University of Georgia star Lee McCoy continued his solid play by medaling at the Tarpon Springs qualifier. He topped Joaquin Lolas by four shots while Edward Figueroa and Daniel Debra claimed alternate positions.

MONDAY, JULY 21

Michael Gellerman
FT. COLLINS, COLO. - FORT COLLINS COUNTRY CLUB

Following his impressive run to the semifinal round at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, Michael Gellerman became one of three players to advance past the Fort Collins qualifier. Gellerman, who plays at Oklahoma, finished three shots off the pace set by medalist Victor Perez.

Wyndham Clark, who plays at Oklahoma State, took the third and final qualifying berth.

Rico Hoey
MISSION VIEJO, CALIF. - MISSION VIEJO COUNTRY CLUB

The summer of Rico Hoey continues. After a stellar freshman season at USC, Hoey went to the Palmer Cup. Most recently, he tied for medalist honors at the U.S. Public Links Championship and made a run to the quarterfinals.

On Monday, he was among three playes to move past the Mission Viejo qualifier. He tied for second place behind Anaheim's Travis Russell.

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. - BENVENUE COUNTRY CLUB

South Carolina's Caleb Sturgeon won by four shots at the Rocky Mount qualifier and earned his spot in the U.S. Amateur. Sturgeon totaled 131 in the 36-hole qualifier and finished ahead of Patrick Cover and five ahead of Clemson's Thomas Bradshaw.

SAN JOSE, CALIF. - ALMADEN COUNTRY CLUB

UC Davis golfer Luke Vivolo won medalist honors at the San Jose qualifier and did so with authority. He totaled 133 for the 36-hole qualifier and cleared the nearest competitor by an impressive seven shots. Matt Pinizzotto and Jonathan Garrick also moved onto the U.S. Amateur from the San Jose qualifier.

FRIDAY, JULY 18

BUIES CREEK, N.C. - KEITH HILLS COUNTRY CLUB

Josh Martin totaled 139 and took medalist honors at the Buies Creek qualifiers. Martin, a UNC commit who recently became the youngest player to win the North Carolina Amateur, topped Patrick Stephenson and Harrison Rhoades for honors as all three moved on to the U.S. Amateur next month.

Two hot players -- Andreas Halvorsen of Norway and Carter Jenkins, who recently won his second straight Carolinas Amateur -- took alternate positions out of the qualifier.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 16

ELVERSON, PA. - STONEWALL LINKS

University of Hartford's Will Betts and Stocker Cup champion John Sawin punched their U.S. Amateur tickets on Wednesday by tying for medalist honors at Stonewall. The players shot three-under 137 on the Old and North courses.

Christopher Crawford, Henry Shrimp, Isaiah Logue, and David Denlinger earned the other spots in the 136-man field. Denlinger took the last spot in the qualifier after winning a three- hole playoff over Oliver White.

ATLANTA, GA. - PIEDMONT DRIVING CLUB

Chris Waters went deep at Piedmont, posting scores of 65-67 for a 10-under 132 total for medalist honors. Joe Lewis, Zach Healy, Zack Jaworski, and David Kleckner all shot six-under or better to take the other four available spots. The Piedmont Driving Club qualifier is the closest of all qualifying sites to championship host course Atlanta Athletic Club.

PHOENIX, ARIZ. - MOON VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB

R.J. Wood, Zach Wright, and Michael Anderson filled out the three spots available at Moon Valley. Wood took medalist honors with a two round total of 135, while Wright was close behind at 137. Anderson had a more difficult road, going into a playoff at 140 and coming out on top.

NICEVILLE, FLA. - ROCKY BAYOU C.C.

Eli Hendricks and Tolver Dozier were co- medalists and took the only two qualifying spots available. Hendricks shot 71-66 while Dolzier fired 67-70.

HOLLYWOOD, FLA. - THE CLUB AT EMERALD HILLS

Donald Wolfe III and TJ Shuart earned the two openings for the Am at Emerald Hills. Wolfe medaled by two strokes with a 70-72=142 total, while Shuart won a playoff over Jordan Gumberg, the first alternate out of the site.

MANSFIELD (TX), TEXAS - WALNUT CREEK COUNTRY CLUB

Corbin Kasten, Benjamin Baxter, and Brandon Smith make up the three qualifiers out of Walnut Creek. Texas Tech’s Kasten, was medalist with a 68-70=138 total. He made nine birdies on the day. Incoming SMU freshman Baxter, shot one-under 139 for his spot, while high schooler Brandon Smith earned the final spot with an an even-par total for the day. The young Smith showed serious guts by beating out Luke Neely and Greg Yates in a playoff for the final spot.

MADISON (MS), MISS. - ANNANDALE GOLF CLUB

Grant Motter and Kevin Brady survived a grinder of a day at Annandale. Motter won medalist by two strokes with a two-round 138, while Brady made it into the national championship by a stroke with a two-round 140.

TUESDAY, JULY 15

NORMAN, OKLA. - JIMMIE AUSTIN OU GOLF CLUB

Using his vast course knowledge gained as a member of the Oklahoma golf team, Max McGreevy shot a 132 36-hole score to take medalist honors at the OU Course.

The Sooners' total was three shot better than Tulsa's Logan McCracken, who was the other golfer to advance out of the qualifier.

OCALA, FLA. - OCALA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB

Taylor Funk, the son of PGA Tour champion Fred Funk, tied for the top spot at the Ocala National qualifier and took one of just two available spots. He'll move on along with Matthew Mullarkey while longtime Florida mid- am Joe Alfieri was on the outside looking in after tying the two qualifiers after the 36- holes of play.

LINCOLN (RI), R.I. - KIRKBRAE COUNTRY CLUB

Bobby Leopold continued his run after winning the Rhode Island state amateur by taking the second qualifying position at the Kirkbrae Country Club qualifier.

Leopold, who made headlines by shocking his way deep into match play at the 2011 U.S. Amateur, finished a shot behind medalist Kyle Hoffman.

YORK (ME), MAINE - THE LEDGES GOLF CLUB

Rising University of Virginia commit Austen Truslow won medalist honors at the Ledges Golf Club in York, Maine. He shot 137 throughout the event's two rounds to top Massachusetts' Patrick Frodigh.

ALEXANDRIA, LA. - LINKS ON THE BAYOU

LSU commit Sam Burns tied for top honors and was one of just two players to move on to the U.S. Amateur at the Alexandria, La. qualifier along with Texas' Brax McCarthy. McCarthy recently wrapped up his junior season for the Longhorns.

MONDAY, JULY 14

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH. - OAKLAND HILLS COUNTRY CLUB (NORTH COURSE)

Will Zalatoris is on a roll. After winning the Texas Amateur, he turned around and won on a national level at the Trans-Miss Amateur. Now, he's off to the U.S. Amateur after qualifying at Oakland Hills CC.

Zalatoris took the third and final qualifying berth at the competitive qualifier after tying Patrick Colburn of Michigan State. Both players were a shot back of Joseph Kremer, who took medalist honors with a 36-hole score of 140.

BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. - TRUMP NATIONAL GOLF CLUB - WESTCHESTER

A who's who of the top players from the northeast took aim at the Briarcliff Manor qualifier and former SMU golfer Max Buckley, Greg Reilly of Div. II Eckerd and Hartford's Evan Russell all earned berths.

Russell will soon hope to defend his New England Amateur title and recently won a second straight Vermont State Amateur championship.

DECATUR, ALA. - BURNINGTREE COUNTRY CLUB

Stewart Whitt and Patrick Christovich tied for medalist honors at the Burningtree qualifier and took two of the site's three U.S. Amateur berths Monday. Whitt carded a second-round 67 to follow a morning 74 and notch a tie for the top qualifying position along with Christovich, who shot 69-72 to move on. Christovich, of course, is a long time force on the national mid-amateur stage and member of AmateurGolf.com. He won the Coleman Invitational earlier this season before helping the U.S. win the inaugural Concession Cup. Ben Wolcott shot 70-72 to finish a shot behind the co-medalists and secure teh third and final qualifying berth.

NEW CASTLE, PENN. - NEW CASTLE COUNTRY CLUB

Elliot Whitley of Canada joined Luke Miller and Alex Andrews as those advancing past the New Castle CC qualifier. Whitley secured medalist honors with rounds of 69-68 while Miller (72-68) and Andrews (74-66) beat out first alternate Erik Bertrand by a shot.

THURSDAY, JUNE 10

CEDAR SPRINGS, MICH. - CEDAR CHASE GOLF CLUB

Recent Rice Planters champion Rigel Fernandes of the University of South Florida earned medalist honors at Cedar Chase. His 36-hole total of 137 was good enough for a two-shot victory over Andrew Chapman.

The two players were the only two to move on to Championship Proper from qualifier.

WINTER GARDEN, FLA. - ORANGE COUNTY NATIONAL GOLF CENTER & LODGE (PANTHER LAKE COURSE)

Rising University of Florida commit Sam Horsfield took medalist at the Orange County National qualifier, topping Joey Petronio by a shot.

Horsfield was one of three to move on at the qualifier, joining Petronio and Drogosch, and hopes to build on his impressive resume next month with a strong showing at the U.S. Amateur.

TUESDAY, JULY 8

BLYTHEWOOD, S.C. - COLUMBIA COUNTRY CLUB

Many of the top golfers in the state of South Carolina were on hand Tuesday for the Columbia Country Club qualifier and the cream sure did rise to the top as five berths to the U.S. Amateur were awarded.

Rising University of South Carolina golfer Matthew Nessmith shot 66- 64 to win medalist honors by three shots over teammate Will Murphy.

Murphy, who has won two prestigious amateur events this year at the Azalea Invitational and Sunnehanna Amateur, shot 68-65 to take the second qualifying position for Atlanta Athletic Club.

Louisville's J.D. Lehman, Trevor Philips and Vanderbilt's Ben Fogler tied for the final three qualifying spots.

BERNARDSTON, MASS. - CRUMPIN-FOX CLUB

Ryan Riley and Chris Houston tied for medalist honors at the rugged Crumpin-Fox Club to take two of three qualifying berths available.

Riley went 77-70 while Houston turned in rounds of 73-74 to share top honors. Peter French shot 76-72 to take the final berth out of the qualifier.

HYDE PARK, MASS. - GEORGE WRIGHT GOLF COURSE

Alex Jeffers, Ryan Harris and Zachary Munroe all moved past the qualifier at historic Donald Ross-designed George Wright Golf Course. Jeffers (72-67) and Harris (70-69) both tied for medalist honors while Munroe, who plays at the College of Charleston, carded rounds of 67-73 to take the final qualifying spot.

MONDAY, JULY 7

CHICO, CALIF. - BUTTE CREEK COUNTRY CLUB

New Mexico golfer Andrej Bevins secured one of two spots available in Chico with a five-shot victory over the field and second place finisher Tyler Collier.

A highly-touted freshman for the Lobos this past season, Bevins played in 11 tournaments and was part of the roster that won New Mexico the MW Championship in Tucson.

Collier, who took the second and final qualifying berth, will begin his collegiate career at Oregon State in September.

GLEN ALLEN, VA. - THE FEDERAL CLUB

Talented mid-amateur Garrett Rank of Canada tied for medalist honors at the Federal Club, earning a berth into the U.S. Amateur. Rank was the runner up at the 2012 U.S. Mid-Amateur and has played well of late, contending at the Monroe Invitational last month.

Zach Seabolt of Winthrop and Davis Womble of Wake Forest clinched the other two berths available at the Glen Allen, Virg. qualifier.

HAMILTON, N.Y. - SEVEN OAKS GOLF COURSE

Derek Bard, a rising University of Virginia golfer, edged Maryland's Victor Fox to take medalist honors at the Hamilton, N.Y. qualifier. Bard totaled 141 for the 36-hole qualifier but Fox snuck into championship proper edging alternates John Clare and Danny Yustin.

KELLER, TEXAS - SKY CREEK RANCH GOLF CLUB

Derek Oland of McKinney, Texas edged rising TCU star Eli Cole for the top spot at Sky Creek's qualifier Monday. Oland, who plays at Midwestern State, carded a 136 36-hole total. It was one shot better than Cole's.

Andrew Hans secured the third and final qualifying berth, edging out alternates Michael Lohner and Bradley Phelps.

MORAVIA, IOWA - THE PRESERVE ON RATHBUN LAKE

Butler Melnyk, a former University of Georgia golfer, bested the field at the Moravia, Iowa qualifier Monday. He finished tied atop the leaderboard with Aaron Wilkin of Australia before winning the site's lone berth in a playoff.

Melnyk's father Steve is a legendary amateur golfer and won the 1969 U.S. Amateur before pursuing a professional career.

SEAL BEACH, CALIF. - OLD RANCH COUNTRY CLUB

UNLV commit and highly-ranked junior Derek Castillo earned medalist honors at the Old Ranch Country Club qualifier on Monday. The Yorba Linda, Calif. resident bested Tyler Torano (Marymount) and Nick Swanson but all three earned qualifying berths.

Lyon Lazare, the 2014 World Amateur Gross Champion, is the first alternate after missing the final qualifying berth by a shot.

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