2023 U.S. Amateur qualifying roundup
Qualifying for the 123rd U.S. Amateur is underway at 89 sites across the U.S., plus Canada and Mexico. 312 players will tee it up at Cherry Hills Country Club in Colorado.
Cherry Hills C.C., Cherry Hills Village, Colo.; Colorado Golf Club, Parker, Colo.
Cherry Hills Country Club will be hosting its third U.S. Amateur and 10th USGA championship. Designed by William Flynn, Cherry Hills has hosted three U.S. Opens. In 1960, Arnold Palmer produced one of the most indelible performances in Open history, erasing a seven-stroke deficit with a final-round 65, while two-time champions Ralph Guldahl (1938) and Andy North (1978) also won there. Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, Colorado Golf Club will serve as the stroke-play co-host course.
, Sam Bennett
, the No. 3 amateur in the world from Texas A&M, recorded five wins against players at No. 27 or better in the world rankings, including three top-10 players, to hoist the Havemeyer Trophy after defeating Ben Carr
, 1 up at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, NJ.
The U.S. Amateur starting field of 312 players will play 18 holes of stroke play on Aug. 14 and 15, one round on each of the two courses, after which the field will be cut to the low 64 scores. Six rounds of match play begin on Aug. 16 and the championship concludes with a 36-hole championship match on Aug. 21. The winner and runner-up are exempt into the following year’s U.S. Open Championship.
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ABOUT THE U.S. Amateur Qualifying
36-hole qualifying at various courses
across the United States. Some qualifiers are held on
one day, some two. Handicap limit of 2.4.
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