Top-seeded Hurst ousted as final four are set at Florida State Match Play
NAPLES, Fla. (August 2, 2014) — Sixteen players remained at the Florida State Match Play heading into Saturday's rounds, including the top-four seeds.

Now just four are left — and the top-three seeds are gone.

Top-seeded Tommy Hurst lost to 17-year-old Philip Knowles 4-and-3 in the quarterfinals, two-seed Sam Uhland was handed a one-down loss at the hands of Daniel Debra, and three-seed Rohan Ranmath lost to T.J. Shuart, also on the 18th hole.

Four-seeded Danny Walker, a native of Bradenton, Fla. who will play collegiately for the University of Virginia in 2014, is the highest seed remaining in the final four.

Walker will face Knowles while Debra will face Edward Figueroa on Sunday.

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ABOUT THE Florida Amateur Match Play

All players are guaranteed an 18-hole seeding round and at least one round of match play. After the 18-hole seeding round, the field of 96 will be divided into a Championship flight of 32 players and four additional flights of 16 players. Ultimately, there will be a Match Play Champion (from the flight of 32) and four separate flight winners. Must be a member of the FSGA.

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