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TOURNAMENT CENTRAL: U.S. Amateur coverage from Pinehurst
The U.S. Amateur is playing out at Pinehurst (N.C.) Resort this week. It’s the week that’s highlighted, circled and starred on the calendars of all the world's top amateurs.

Keep an eye on AmateurGolf.com's coverage as the tournament advances. We’ll be on site providing player profiles, interviews, commentary and more.

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TOURNAMENT COVERAGE

Here's why you should know the name Cohen Trolio
The 17-year-old Mississippi native is the latest in a long line of talented players from the Magnolia state.

Funnyman Holcomb steals the show at U.S. Am field cut to four
William Holcomb V had the place in stitches as he discussed his theories on golf, life and competition.

Quarterfinal breakdown: Three teens among collegians
There's plenty of good golf on tap for the quarterfinals of the U.S. Amateur at Pinehurst No. 2. Consider this your refresher.

Ralston reaches U.S. Amateur quarterfinals with quiet confidence
Spencer Ralston may be one of the most soft-spoken men left at Pinehurst, but the place fits his eye and the vibes are good.

In round of 32, Hathcoat comes back from the dead against Dossey
St. Mary's senior Blake Hathcoat clawed his way back from 4 down to advance to the third round at Pinehurst.

Upset at sunset: Squires defeats Wu to end long day at Pinehurst
Austin Squires just keeps surviving at the U.S. Amateur. His most recent feat? Taking out the medalist.

Notes: Moldovan shines in U.S. Am debut, defeats Hagestad
Maxwell Moldovan leaned on a sharp short game around Pinehurst No. 2 to take down a Walker Cupper in the first round.


Wu has the advantage as U.S. Amateur turns into a waiting game
Weather delays at Pinehurst caused stroke play to bleed into a third day. Some players face uncertainty until the bracket is set.

'You definitely have to think': Pinehurst No. 2 is a tall test
From tee to green, Pinehurst No. 2 demands respect. The remaining 64 players in the U.S. Am field will now go head-to-head there.


From Pan Am gold to U.S. Am lead, it's all in a day for Brandon Wu
When you’re playing good golf – like career good golf – why take a break?

PREVIEW COVERAGE

Players to watch at the U.S. Amateur
The world's biggest amateur championship has never been more wide open; here are the key players to watch at Pinehurst.

U.S. Amateur: TV times and how to watch
The U.S. Amateur is the pinnacle of the summer amateur season. Make sure you know when to tune in.

Clanton, 15, is all business in U.S. Am debut at Pinehurst
Said the Florida native, "I want to make a statement that I’m there to play."

Notebook: Brett Boner continues dream year at Pinehurst
Brett Boner's year took a wild turn after a runner-up at the U.S. Mid-Amateur. Denny Job is looking for a similar breakthrough.

U.S. Amateur at Pinehurst: Tee times and pairings to watch
We scanned the tee sheet for the first two rounds of stroke play and offer 10 groupings to watch at Pinehurst.

USGA exemption change benefits U.S. Am, U.S. Women's Am winners
The winners of the nation's biggest amateur events no longer have to remain amateur to reap their Open exemptions.

New-look final: USGA shakes it up at Pinehurst-hosted U.S. Am
For the first time in the U.S. Amateur's history, two courses will be used for the 36-hole championship match.

BACK OF THE RANGE PODCAST #ROADTOHOYLAKE SERIES

Stewart Hagestad and William Mouw

Chandler Phillips and Alex Smalley

Austin Eckroat and Steven Fisk

Austin Eckroat and Quade Cummins

Pierceson Coody and Isaiah Salinda

Ricky Castillo and Akshay Bhatia

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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