U.S. Junior: Horsfield, Crocker tie for medalist as match play begins
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THE WOODLANDS, Tex. (July 22, 2014) -- Sean Crocker and Sam Horsfield both
finished tied atop the leaderboard after two rounds of stroke-play qualifying at the
2014 U.S. Junior Amateur and share medalist honors.
The two talented juniors will be the top two seeds when match play begins
Wednesday on the Nicklaus Course at The Club at Carlton Woods.
Horsfield carded two rounds in the 60s, shooting 68-69, while Crocker, from
Zimbabwe, shot 71-66 to tie for top honors.
Horsfield is hoping to make another run this year. Last year, the University of
Florida commit, went all the way to the quarterfinals and has since been on a major
streak of success.
First-round leader Riley Davis of Mississippi tied for third place alongside U.S. Open
participant Will Grimmer and Germany's Dominic Foos.
AmateurGolf.com will have full coverage of match play as play progresses. For a full
look at the stroke-play qualifying leaderboard, please follow the results link below.
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ABOUT THE U.S. Junior Amateur
While it is not the
competition, the U.S. Junior Amateur is
considered the premier junior competition,
having been around since 1948. The event
open to male golfers who have not
their 18th birthday prior to the close of
competition and whose USGA Handicap
does not exceed 6.4. The U.S. Junior is
13 national championship conducted
by the USGA, 10 of which are strictly for
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