Laird ties for second in U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship stroke play, moves on to match play

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Last weekend, a tropical storm named Florence wreaked havoc on the Carolinas, leaving behind a path of destruction that many residents, especially on the coast, are still trying to recover from.

This weekend, a golfer from Florence unleashed a different kind of assault on the region. Stephen Behr, a South Carolina native and former Clemson University All-American, was the only competitor among the 264 in the field at the 38th U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship to produce a pair of sub-70 rounds at Charlotte Country Club and stroke-play co-host Carolina Golf Club, an achievement that earned him medalist honors and the top seed for match play, which begins on Monday at Charlotte C.C.

On Sunday, Behr, who became eligible for this championship when he turned 25 in April, carded a 3-under 68 at Carolina Golf Club for a 36-hole total of 5-under. He was two strokes clear of 2017 medalist Bradford Tilley, 35, of Easton, Conn., 2008 U.S. Mid-Amateur runner-up Todd Mitchell, 40, of Bloomington, Ill., and former University of Tulsa golfer and Cedar Ridge Country Club member Rob Laird, 31, who closed with a pair of birdies at Carolina Golf Club.

Laird won the Oklahoma Golf Association Mid-Amatuer Championship in 2017 at Cedar Ridge.

WHAT’S NEXT

The 16-for-12 playoff for the final match-play spots will take place at 7:30 a.m. EDT at Charlotte Country Club’s 10th hole. If necessary, the playoff will continue on Nos. 16, 17 and 18. The Round of 64 begins at 9 a.m, from the first tee. Match play continues through Thursday’s 36-hole championship match.

FS1 will broadcast the semifinals and afternoon 18 of the championship match on Wednesday and Thursday from 4-6 p.m.

Admission is free.

NOTABLE

  • The cut for match play came at 5-over 147.
  • Defending champion Matt Parziale, of Brockton, Mass., recovered from his first-round 76 at Carolina Golf Club with a 3-under 68 at Charlotte C.C. to qualify for match play. He is one of three USGA champions to qualify, joining reigning U.S. Senior Amateur champion Jeff Wilson, of Fairfield, Calif., and Stewart Hagestad.
  • Benjamin Day, of New Haven, Conn., carded a 74 at Charlotte Country Club on Sunday, the same course where his father, Edward, competed in the U.S. Amateur 46 years ago. Edward missed the 36-hole cut in the final year the championship was conducted at 72 holes of stroke play. Day also failed to qualify by one stroke.
  • Danny Evelyn, of Charlotte, N.C., matched the low round of the championship with a 4-under 67 at Charlotte C.C. to easily qualify for match play at 1-under 141 His brother, Matt, however, failed to advance with a 36-hole total of 154. The Evelyn brothers both attended Cardinal Newman High in West Palm Beach, Fla., the same school that produced two-time U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka. Danny played junior golf against Brooks in south Florida.
  • Steve Wilson, competing in the final year of his 10-year exemption for winning the 2008 title, was disqualified (Rule 6-3a) for failing to show up for his 8:47 a.m. starting time at Carolina Golf Club. He opened with an 82 at Charlotte C.C.
  • Four-time champion Nathan Smith headlined the group of past USGA champions to miss the cut. He joined Scott Harvey, Michael McCoy, Sammy Schmitz, Dave Ryan, Randal Lewis and Sean Knapp to miss the cut.
  • Last year’s runner-up Josh Nichols, of Apex, N.C., also failed to qualify along with 2014 runner-up Brad Nurski.

Quotable:

Rob Laird, of Tulsa, Okla. (68-71—139) on returning to Charlotte Country Club for match play:

“I feel good about my game. Charlotte Country Club fits my eye better. I am excited to get back there. But it is a different mindset. It’s a little overwhelming when you have 263 guys out there as opposed to just one you are playing against. The rest of the evening will be spent switching gears. The game doesn’t change at all, but the mindset has to adapt. Match play is more fun for me.”

2016 champion Stewart Hagestad, of Newport Beach, Calif. (67-74—141) on his second-round performance:

“My goal going into today was to try and win medalist [honors], so in my eyes, I wasn’t good enough. I think there’s some things to go work on and improve upon. Besides the [3-over par] start, I didn’t play that badly.”

Danny Evelyn, of Charlotte, N.C. (74-67—141) on growing up with two-time U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka (both attended Cardinal Newman High in West Palm Beach, Fla.):

“We played junior golf together. I’ve known him since he was probably 9 or 10. No [text messages] this week. I’m sure he’s got bigger things on his mind. He’s playing in the Tour Championship and heading over to the other side of the pond [for next week’s Ryder Cup in France] will be a major thing for him. Maybe if I win, I’ll give him a text.”

U.S. Navy pilot Benjamin Hayes, of Jacksonville, Fla. (70-71—141) on qualifying for match play:

“Awesome. That was the goal coming in here. I felt going in to this that I had the game to do it. Obviously, I haven’t competed much in the last few years, but I know if I play my game I can hang with the best of them. It’s a cool feeling.”

Brett Boner, of Charlotte, N.C. (71-69—140) on playing his final round of stroke play at his home club (Carolina G.C.):

“Not trying to be dramatic, but probably the hardest round of golf I’ve ever played. Just because it’s my home course and I put a lot of pressure to play well in front of all my friends and family. But once I got out here, I got comfortable. This golf course isn’t set up like I normally see it as a member. A lot of the pins are tucked, and the greens are as firm and fast as they can ever be, so you are not used to that. But it was a blast and I’m very thankful to shoot a good number.”

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Results from Sunday’s second round of stroke play at the 2018 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, played at 7,382-yard, par-71 Charlotte Country Club and 6,937-yard, par-71 Carolina Golf Club.

CCC – Charlotte Country Club, CGC – Carolina Golf Club

 

*Sixteen players are tied at 5-over 147 and will be involved in a 16-for-12 playoff to determine the final match-play bracket spots, beginning at 7:30 a.m. EDT on Monday

 

Stephen Behr, Florence, S.C. 69 CCC-68 CGC–137

Rob Laird, Tulsa, Okla. 68 CCC-71 CGC–139

Bradford Tilley, Easton, Conn. 67 CCC-72 CGC–139

Todd Mitchell, Bloomington, Ill. 70 CCC-69 CGC–139

Brett Boner, Charlotte, N.C. 71 CCC-69 CGC–140

Scott Anderson, Columbus, Ohio 70 CGC-70 CCC–140

Jeff Koprivetz, San Diego, Calif. 71 CCC-70 CGC–141

Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif. 67 CCC-74 CGC–141

Daniel Wittlinger, Truckee, Calif. 70 CCC-71 CGC–141

Kevin O’Connell, Cary, N.C. 71 CGC-70 CCC–141

Derek Busby, Ruston, La. 72 CGC-69 CCC–141

Danny Evelyn, Charlotte, N.C. 74 CGC-67 CCC–141

Benjamin Hayes, Jacksonville, Fla. 70 CGC-71 CCC–141

Ryan Eibner, Dallas, Texas 72 CCC-70 CGC–142

Marc Dull, Winter Haven, Fla. 69 CCC-73 CGC–142

Darin Goldstein, New York, N.Y. 70 CCC-72 CGC–142

Kyle Davies, Iowa City, Iowa 69 CGC-73 CCC–142

Clark Brown, Navarre, Fla. 72 CGC-70 CCC–142

Marc France, Plantation, Fla. 72 CCC-71 CGC–143

Stephen Woodard, Charlotte, N.C. 71 CCC-72 CGC–143

Kory Bowman, Springfield, Mo. 70 CCC-73 CGC–143

Danny Simmerman, San Antonio, Texas 72 CCC-71 CGC–143

Broc Haymon, Pearland, Texas 74 CCC-69 CGC–143

Daniel Macdonald, Ridgewood, N.J. 72 CGC-71 CCC–143

Josh Clay, North Canton, Ohio 73 CGC-70 CCC–143

Jake Erickson, Springfield, Ill. 74 CCC-70 CGC–144

Kyler Sauer, Valencia, Calif. 71 CCC-73 CGC–144

Claudio Consul, Germany 71 CCC-73 CGC–144

Jordan Sease, Lexington, S.C. 71 CCC-73 CGC–144

Harold Baldwin, Loganville, Ga. 74 CCC-70 CGC–144

Andres Schonbaum, Argentina 75 CGC-69 CCC–144

Ian Bangor, Moon Township, Pa. 71 CGC-73 CCC–144

Samuel Echikson, Belgium 72 CGC-72 CCC–144

Matt Parziale, Brockton, Mass. 76 CGC-68 CCC–144

Brett Tomfohrde, Chicago, Ill. 71 CCC-74 CGC–145

Kyle Downey, Rochester, N.Y. 71 CCC-74 CGC–145

Brett Viboch, Moraga, Calif. 72 CCC-73 CGC–145

Joseph Benedetti, Playa Vista, Calif. 74 CCC-71 CGC–145

Michael Martin, Scottsdale, Ariz. 73 CGC-72 CCC–145

Jeff Wilson, Fairfield, Calif. 71 CGC-74 CCC–145

Matt Sughrue, Arlington, Va. 74 CGC-71 CCC–145

Thomas Todd III, Laurens, S.C. 73 CCC-73 CGC–146

Kenneth Hudson, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 74 CCC-72 CGC–146

Chris Schultz, Laporte, Ind. 72 CCC-74 CGC–146

Jeff Champine, Rochester Hills, Mich. 75 CCC-71 CGC–146

Miles McConnell, Tampa, Fla. 69 CCC-77 CGC–146

Scott Loving, Conroe, Texas 75 CCC-71 CGC–146

Jacob Koppenberg, Bellingham, Wash. 68 CCC-78 CGC–146

Rusty Mosley, Vidalia, Ga. 74 CGC-72 CCC–146

Grant Schroeder, Montgomery, Texas 71 CGC-75 CCC–146

Edward Fryatt, England 75 CGC-71 CCC–146

Paul McNamara III, Dallas, Texas 71 CGC-75 CCC–146

 

(16-for-12 playoff)

Matthew Mattare, Jersey City, N.J. 73 CCC-74 CGC–147

Frank Alafoginis, Arlington, Va. 72 CCC-75 CGC–147

Nick Reardon, Columbus, Ohio 73 CCC-74 CGC–147

Sam O’Dell, Hurricane, W.Va. 78 CCC-69 CGC–147

Chad Wilfong, Charlotte, N.C. 73 CCC-74 CGC–147

David Jennings, Layton, Utah 72 CCC-75 CGC–147

Christopher Thayer, Golden, Colo. 73 CGC-74 CCC–147

Jeffrey Osberg, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 72 CGC-75 CCC–147

Scott Abbott, Dallas, Texas 76 CGC-71 CCC–147

David Bolen, Lubbock, Texas 74 CGC-73 CCC–147

Matt Cohn, San Francisco, Calif. 75 CGC-72 CCC–147

Ben Warnquist, Olney, Md. 76 CGC-71 CCC–147

Kenneth Cook, Noblesville, Ind. 76 CGC-71 CCC–147

James Scorse, Churchville, N.Y. 72 CGC-75 CCC–147

Dan Sullivan, Pasadena, Calif. 73 CGC-74 CCC–147

Bradley Wohlers, Vadnais Heights, Minn. 74 CGC-73 CCC–147

 

(Failed to Qualify)

Kyle Bearden, Barnwell, S.C. 77 CCC-71 CGC–148

Scott Strickland, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 71 CCC-77 CGC–148

Nathan Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa. 74 CCC-74 CGC–148

Bryan Hoops, Chandler, Ariz. 76 CCC-72 CGC–148

Adam Walicki, Phoenix, Ariz. 75 CGC-73 CCC–148

Reid Hatley, Hayden Lake, Idaho 80 CGC-68 CCC–148

Daniel Hurley, Washington, D.C. 77 CGC-71 CCC–148

Chuck Nettles, McMurray, Pa. 76 CGC-72 CCC–148

Benjamin Day, North Haven, Conn. 74 CGC-74 CCC–148

Sean O’Donnell, Glendale, Ariz. 75 CGC-73 CCC–148

Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo. 78 CCC-71 CGC–149

Kenny Ebalo, Las Vegas, Nev. 75 CCC-74 CGC–149

Grant Milling, Bloomington, Ill. 74 CCC-75 CGC–149

Patrick Hawkins, Suffolk, Va. 73 CCC-76 CGC–149

David Denham, Athens, Ga. 74 CCC-75 CGC–149

Daniel Debra, Lutz, Fla. 75 CCC-74 CGC–149

Joshua Rhodes, Paducah, Ky. 76 CGC-73 CCC–149

Rob Garland, Nashville, Tenn. 72 CGC-77 CCC–149

Finley Ewing IV, Dallas, Texas 73 CGC-76 CCC–149

Nicholas Loar, Rockwall, Texas 80 CGC-69 CCC–149

Philip Arouca, Lake Forest , Ill. 72 CGC-77 CCC–149

Brad Beeson, Dallas, Texas 75 CGC-74 CCC–149

Justin Young, Salem, Va. 74 CGC-75 CCC–149

Douglas Dupont, Monroe, La. 76 CGC-73 CCC–149

Daniel Young, Miami, Fla. 72 CGC-77 CCC–149

Chris Kamin, Phoenix, Ariz. 75 CCC-75 CGC–150

Jim Lemon, Madison, Wis. 76 CCC-74 CGC–150

J.R. Warthen, Pismo Beach, Calif. 76 CCC-74 CGC–150

Travis Milleman, Portland, Ore. 76 CCC-74 CGC–150

Chris Polski, Eugene, Ore. 73 CGC-77 CCC–150

Warren Smith, Lakeway, Texas 75 CGC-75 CCC–150

Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C. 76 CGC-74 CCC–150

Benjamin Shields, Towson, Md. 73 CGC-77 CCC–150

Michael Harrington, Colorado Springs, Colo. 74 CGC-76 CCC–150

Chris Lange Jr., Bryn Mawr, Pa. 74 CGC-76 CCC–150

Sam Bernstein, New York, N.Y. 78 CGC-72 CCC–150

Joshua Irving, Dallas, Texas 77 CGC-73 CCC–150

Brian Jones, Chico, Calif. 78 CGC-72 CCC–150

Michael McCoy, Des Moines, Iowa 76 CCC-75 CGC–151

Jamie Miller, Silver Creek, N.Y. 75 CCC-76 CGC–151

Jay Reynolds, Austin, Texas 76 CCC-75 CGC–151

Andrew Sajevic, Omaha, Neb. 75 CCC-76 CGC–151

Jerry Richardson Jr., Cary, N.C. 73 CCC-78 CGC–151

Steven Zychowski, Mendham, N.J. 76 CCC-75 CGC–151

Ryan Sloane, Campbell, Calif. 75 CCC-76 CGC–151

Zac Lewis, Fuquay Varina, N.C. 76 CCC-75 CGC–151

Harvin Groft, Dover, N.H. 76 CCC-75 CGC–151

Jim Gifford, Clifton Park, N.Y. 76 CCC-75 CGC–151

Sherrill Britt, West End, N.C. 76 CGC-75 CCC–151

David Noll Jr., Dalton, Ga. 78 CGC-73 CCC–151

Dave Ryan, Taylorville, Ill. 76 CGC-75 CCC–151

Cole Isban, Charlotte, N.C. 75 CGC-76 CCC–151

Mark Harrell, Chattanooga, Tenn. 73 CGC-78 CCC–151

Timothy Hamm, Austin, Texas 73 CGC-78 CCC–151

Tyler Crawford, Indio, Calif. 77 CGC-74 CCC–151

Mark Knecht, Paducah, Ky. 72 CGC-79 CCC–151

Joe Alfieri, Lutz, Fla. 82 CGC-69 CCC–151

Brett Young, Bethel Park, Pa. 75 CCC-77 CGC–152

Alex Zeoli, Royal Oak, Mich. 74 CCC-78 CGC–152

Sammy Schmitz, Farmington, Minn. 78 CCC-74 CGC–152

Spencer Christian, Wichita, Kan. 77 CCC-75 CGC–152

Robbie Wight, West Palm Beach, Fla. 73 CCC-79 CGC–152

Derek Meinhart, Mattoon, Ill. 77 CCC-75 CGC–152

Gene Elliott, West Des Moines, Iowa 81 CCC-71 CGC–152

Aaron Friedman, Scottsdale, Ariz. 80 CCC-72 CGC–152

Ian Dahl, Carmel, Calif. 76 CCC-76 CGC–152

Herbie Aikens, Kingston, Mass. 76 CCC-76 CGC–152

Joseph Ryon, Carlsbad, Calif. 75 CCC-77 CGC–152

Steven Carter, St. Augustine, Fla. 77 CCC-75 CGC–152

Charles Winegardner, Annapolis, Md. 77 CGC-75 CCC–152

Christopher Henderson, Jacksonville, Fla. 78 CGC-74 CCC–152

Mark Cusic, Leonardtown, Md. 77 CGC-75 CCC–152

George Boudria, New York, N.Y. 75 CGC-77 CCC–152

Bryan Conway, Frankfort, Ky. 78 CGC-74 CCC–152

Mike Hearne, Wales 75 CGC-77 CCC–152

Carl Santos-Ocampo, Naples, Fla. 77 CGC-75 CCC–152

Tyler Fields, Lexington, Ky. 77 CGC-75 CCC–152

Devaughn Robinson, Bahamas 77 CGC-75 CCC–152

Keith Guest, Athens, Ga. 78 CCC-75 CGC–153

Michael Pearson, Atlanta, Ga. 74 CCC-79 CGC–153

Garrett Jones, Madison, Wis. 77 CCC-76 CGC–153

Ryan Kohler, Chesterfield, N.H. 75 CGC-78 CCC–153

Andy Kampen, Lakeway, Texas 73 CGC-80 CCC–153

Jerred Barley, Tecumseh, Mich. 80 CGC-73 CCC–153

Stefan Brewer, Charlotte, N.C. 74 CGC-79 CCC–153

Nick Biesecker, Staunton, Va. 77 CGC-76 CCC–153

Sam Migdal, Ballwin, Mo. 80 CGC-73 CCC–153

Don Carpenter, Athens, Ga. 74 CGC-79 CCC–153

Tony Albano Jr., Park Ridge, Ill. 75 CGC-78 CCC–153

Ryan Brimley, Sandy, Utah 77 CGC-76 CCC–153

Damon Postal, Charlotte, N.C. 77 CGC-76 CCC–153

Michael Johansen, Vancouver, Wash. 78 CCC-76 CGC–154

Ryan Abbate, Weston, Fla. 76 CCC-78 CGC–154

David Lebowitz, Santa Monica, Calif. 74 CCC-80 CGC–154

Eric Peel, Omaha, Neb. 79 CCC-75 CGC–154

Brian Bassett, Charlottesville, Va. 76 CGC-78 CCC–154

Scott Shingler, Haymarket, Va. 78 CGC-76 CCC–154

Scotland Schmidt, San Diego, Calif. 77 CGC-77 CCC–154

Chris Watters, San Diego, Calif. 74 CGC-80 CCC–154

Kevin Moore, Athens, Ga. 79 CGC-75 CCC–154

Shane Sigsbee, Las Vegas, Nev. 81 CGC-73 CCC–154

J.D. Anderson, Johnston, Iowa 76 CGC-78 CCC–154

Chris Stutts, Palm Beach, Fla. 74 CGC-80 CCC–154

Matthew Broome, Jupiter, Fla. 81 CGC-73 CCC–154

Matt Evelyn, Denver, Colo. 75 CGC-79 CCC–154

Tad Tomblin, Hamlin, W.Va. 74 CCC-81 CGC–155

Keith Earle, El Centro, Calif. 80 CCC-75 CGC–155

Sean Rowen, Greenwood, Ind. 77 CCC-78 CGC–155

Matthew Fields, New York, N.Y. 78 CCC-77 CGC–155

Casey Nelson, Minneapolis, Minn. 77 CCC-78 CGC–155

Kyle Hopkins, Santa Rosa, Calif. 77 CCC-78 CGC–155

John Jennison, San Francisco, Calif. 83 CCC-72 CGC–155

Matthew Ritchie, Mobile, Ala. 74 CCC-81 CGC–155

Glen Boggini, Tolland, Conn. 77 CCC-78 CGC–155

Stuart Wallace, Houston, Texas 76 CGC-79 CCC–155

Lewis Simon, Torrance, Calif. 77 CGC-78 CCC–155

Jon Veneziano, Mount Dora, Fla. 79 CGC-76 CCC–155

Nick Cassini, Roswell, Ga. 81 CGC-74 CCC–155

Buck Brittain, Tazewell, Va. 77 CGC-78 CCC–155

Sean Knapp, Oakmont, Pa. 78 CGC-77 CCC–155

Danny Amundson, Sioux Falls, S.D. 79 CGC-76 CCC–155

Curtis Skinner, Lake Bluff, Ill. 76 CGC-79 CCC–155

Tevis Upton, Acworth, Ga. 76 CCC-80 CGC–156

David Spitz, Weymouth, Mass. 75 CCC-81 CGC–156

Denny Job, Murray, Utah 77 CCC-79 CGC–156

Cates Culpepper, Columbus, Ga. 78 CCC-78 CGC–156

Steve Johnson, Chattanooga, Tenn. 78 CCC-78 CGC–156

Jason Zubatkin, New Rochelle, N.Y. 77 CCC-79 CGC–156

Patrick Griffin, Unionville, Conn. 76 CCC-80 CGC–156

Gregg Angelillo, Basking Ridge, N.J. 81 CGC-75 CCC–156

Patrick Christovich, New Orleans, La. 79 CGC-77 CCC–156

Chris Rendler, Costa Mesa, Calif. 77 CGC-79 CCC–156

Keith Blythe, Decatur, Ind. 78 CGC-78 CCC–156

Damon Krause, Los Angeles, Calif. 77 CGC-79 CCC–156

Brian Van De Motter, Chicago, Ill. 79 CCC-78 CGC–157

Jordan Burke, Needham, Mass. 77 CCC-80 CGC–157

Aaron Siekmann, Powell, Ohio 74 CCC-83 CGC–157

Clinton Shepard, Maurice, La. 78 CCC-79 CGC–157

David Watts, Cleveland, Tenn. 81 CCC-76 CGC–157

Joel Myrick, Hattiesburg, Miss. 78 CGC-79 CCC–157

Buddy Allen, Pevely, Mo. 77 CGC-80 CCC–157

Mark Strickland, Everett, Wash. 80 CGC-77 CCC–157

Andrew Pranger, St. Louis, Mo. 80 CCC-78 CGC–158

Chip Brooke, Altamonte Springs, Fla. 79 CCC-79 CGC–158

Ian Albrecht, Sonoma, Calif. 78 CCC-80 CGC–158

Joe Palmer, West Des Moines, Iowa 78 CCC-80 CGC–158

Vance Embry, Dalton, Ga. 79 CCC-79 CGC–158

Luke Waggoner, Chicago, Ill. 80 CCC-78 CGC–158

Gerod Black, Edmond, Okla. 75 CGC-83 CCC–158

Nicholas Morreale, Buffalo, N.Y. 76 CGC-82 CCC–158

Randal Lewis, Alma, Mich. 85 CGC-73 CCC–158

Andrew Lord, Mount Kisco, N.Y. 80 CGC-78 CCC–158

Jed Rammell, Idaho Falls, Idaho 79 CGC-79 CCC–158

Tim Moore, Manhattan Beach, Calif. 81 CCC-78 CGC–159

Tyler McDannold, Canada 82 CCC-77 CGC–159

Tony Hejna, Cleveland, Ohio 74 CCC-85 CGC–159

Corby Segal, Santa Clarita, Calif. 77 CCC-82 CGC–159

Peter Ianello, Scottsdale, Ariz. 79 CCC-80 CGC–159

Daniel Walker, University Park, Md. 80 CCC-79 CGC–159

Nate Dunn, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 81 CGC-78 CCC–159

Chris Okeson, Lyndhurst, Ohio 77 CGC-82 CCC–159

Fred Gahl, Raleigh, N.C. 81 CGC-78 CCC–159

Chad Frye, Davidson, N.C. 83 CGC-76 CCC–159

Peter Farner, Commerce Twp, Mich. 76 CGC-83 CCC–159

Craig Steinberg, Agoura Hills, Calif. 80 CGC-79 CCC–159

John Estes, Abilene, Texas 81 CCC-79 CGC–160

Clay Holland, Greensboro, N.C. 79 CCC-81 CGC–160

Wil Clowdus, Montgomery, Ala. 77 CCC-83 CGC–160

Vincent Stong, Potrero, Calif. 80 CCC-80 CGC–160

Robert Davidge, Columbus, Ohio 83 CCC-77 CGC–160

Brian Dorfman, Denver, Colo. 84 CGC-76 CCC–160

Michael Kennedy, Milford, Conn. 81 CGC-79 CCC–160

Shankar Natarajan, Phoenix, Ariz. 81 CGC-79 CCC–160

Bryce Hanstad, St. Louis Park, Minn. 84 CGC-76 CCC–160

Ben Finley, Plantation, Fla. 83 CGC-77 CCC–160

Nick Lumsden, Escondido, Calif. 82 CCC-79 CGC–161

Michael Piccillo, Buffalo, N.Y. 76 CCC-85 CGC–161

Anthony Conn, Raleigh, N.C. 79 CGC-82 CCC–161

Eric Crone, Dover, Ohio 81 CGC-80 CCC–161

Patrick Knott, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 84 CCC-78 CGC–162

Kevin Quinn, Needham, Mass. 80 CCC-82 CGC–162

Jacob Rohde, Everett, Wash. 82 CCC-80 CGC–162

Taylor Klopp, Portland, Ore. 84 CCC-78 CGC–162

Josh Nichols, Apex, N.C. 82 CGC-80 CCC–162

Aaron Crewse, Akron, Ohio 80 CCC-83 CGC–163

Kevin Bodlovich, San Pedro, Calif. 82 CGC-81 CCC–163

Matthew Avril, Vero Beach, Fla. 84 CCC-80 CGC–164

Barry Dyche, Charlotte, N.C. 88 CGC-76 CCC–164

Jake Colley, Raleigh, N.C. 84 CCC-81 CGC–165

Tanner Higham, Riverton, Utah 85 CGC-80 CCC–165

Eric Pattenaude, Canada 83 CCC-84 CGC–167

Anthony Fowler, Chicago, Ill. 87 CCC-81 CGC–168

Mathew Murray, Bolivar, Mo. 88 CGC-82 CCC–170

Joseph Alvarez, North Berwick, Maine 84 CCC-WD

Thomas Lee, Alpine, N.J. 79 CGC-WD

Steve Wilson, Ocean Springs, Miss. 82 CCC-DQ

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Pairings for Monday’s first round of match play at the 2018 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, played at 7,382-yard, par-71 Charlotte Country Club.

 

Round of 64

(Upper Bracket)

11:30 a.m. – Stephen Behr, Florence, S.C. (137) vs. To Be Determined (147)

9 a.m. – Ian Bangor, Moon Township, Pa. (144) vs. Samuel Echikson, Belgium (144)

9:10 a.m. – Darin Goldstein, New York, N.Y. (142) vs. Rusty Mosley, Vidalia, Ga. (146)

9:20 a.m. – Kyle Davies, Iowa City, Iowa (142) vs. Jacob Koppenberg, Bellingham, Wash. (146)

11 a.m. – Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif. (141) vs. To Be Determined (147)

9:30 a.m. – Josh Clay, North Canton, Ohio (143) vs. Jeff Wilson, Fairfield, Calif. (145)

10:50 a.m. – Daniel Wittlinger, Truckee, Calif. (141) vs. To Be Determined (147)

9:40 a.m. – Daniel Macdonald, Ridgewood, N.J. (143) vs. Matt Sughrue, Arlington, Va. (145)

11:20 a.m. – Todd Mitchell, Bloomington, Ill. (139) vs. To Be Determined (147)

9:50 a.m. – Jordan Sease, Lexington, S.C. (144) vs. Kyle Downey, Rochester, N.Y. (145)

10 a.m. – Benjamin Hayes, Jacksonville, Fla. (141) vs. Paul McNamara III, Dallas, Texas (146)

10:10 a.m. – Stephen Woodard, Charlotte, N.C. (143) vs. Jeff Champine, Rochester Hills, Mich. (146)

11:10 a.m. – Brett Boner, Charlotte, N.C. (140) vs. To Be Determined (147)

10:20 a.m. – Claudio Consul, Germany (144) vs. Brett Viboch, Moraga, Calif. (145)

10:40 a.m. – Danny Evelyn, Charlotte, N.C. (141) vs. To Be Determined (147)

10:30 a.m. – Kory Bowman, Springfield, Mo. (143) vs. Chris Schultz, Laporte, Ind. (146)

 

(Lower Bracket)

11:40 a.m. – Rob Laird, Tulsa, Okla. (139) vs. To Be Determined (147)

11:50 a.m. – Andres Schonbaum, Argentina (144) vs. Matt Parziale, Brockton, Mass. (144)

Noon – Marc Dull, Winter Haven, Fla. (142) vs. Grant Schroeder, Montgomery, Texas (146)

12:10 p.m. – Clark Brown, Navarre, Fla. (142) vs. Scott Loving, Conroe, Texas (146)

12:20 p.m. – Jeff Koprivetz, San Diego, Calif. (141) vs. To Be Determined (147)

12:30 p.m. – Jake Erickson, Springfield, Ill. (144) vs. Michael Martin, Scottsdale, Ariz. (145)

12:40 p.m. – Kevin O’Connell, Cary, N.C. (141) vs. To Be Determined (147)

12:50 p.m. – Broc Haymon, Pearland, Texas (143) vs. Thomas Todd III, Laurens, S.C. (146)

1 p.m. – Bradford Tilley, Easton, Conn. (139) vs. To Be Determined (147)

1:10 p.m. – Harold Baldwin, Loganville, Ga. (144) vs. Brett Tomfohrde, Chicago, Ill. (145)

1:20 p.m. – Ryan Eibner, Dallas, Texas (142) vs. Edward Fryatt, England (146)

1:30 p.m. – Marc France, Plantation, Fla. (143) vs. Miles McConnell, Tampa, Fla. (146)

1:40 p.m. – Scott Anderson, Columbus, Ohio (140) vs. To Be Determined (147)

1:50 p.m. – Kyler Sauer, Valencia, Calif. (144) vs. Joseph Benedetti, Playa Vista, Calif. (145)

2 p.m. – Derek Busby, Ruston, La. (141) vs. To Be Determined (147)

2:10 p.m. – Danny Simmerman, San Antonio, Texas (143) vs. Kenneth Hudson, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. (146)


 

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