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Tournament Central: U.S. Amateur

2018 U.S. Amateur Championship - Pebble Beach

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Complete Scoring, 118th U.S. Amateur

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VIDEO COVERAGE

Viktor Hovland, 2018 U.S. Amateur Champion


Devon Bling, 2018 U.S. Amateur Runner-up


Viktor Hovland, 2018 U.S. Amateur Finalist


Devon Bling, 2018 U.S. Amateur Finalist


Cole Hammer is on to the Semifinals


Isaiah Salinda is in the Final Four


Austin Squires is a U.S. Amateur Quarterfinalist


Devon Bling takes down Shintaro Ban


Stewart Hagestad, winner 1 up


Isaiah Salinda, winner 6&5


U.S. Amateur Day 3 Preview


24-for-1 Playoff for the Final Match Play Spot


Stroke Play Co-Medalist Cole Hammer (-6)


Match Play Qualifier Shintaro Ban (-2)


Match Play Qualifier Will Gordon (-4)


Sunnehanna, Pacific Coast, & Western Am champs


Three Top 10 Ams Together at Pebble Beach

See Also:

Noah Goodwin, 2017 U.S. Junior Champion
David Gossett, 1999 U.S. Amateur Champion
U.S. Amateur Comes to Pebble Beach Golf Links
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ABOUT THE U.S. AMATEUR

The U.S. Amateur, the oldest USGA championship, was first played in 1895 at Newport Golf Club in Rhode Island. The event, which has no age restriction, is open to those with a Handicap Index of 2.4 or lower. It is one of 13 national championships conducted annually by the USGA, 10 of which are strictly for amateurs. It is the pre-eminent amateur competition in the world. Applications are typically placed online, starting the third week in April at www.usga.org.

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