Phillips, Majors advance to match play in U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship

Photo: Oklahoma City’s Benjamin Blundell, watching his tee shot at the 15th hole, failed to make the cut.

ATLANTA, Ga. – Bradford Tilley, 34, of Easton, Conn., fired a 3-under-par 67 Monday to earn medalist honors in the weather-delayed 2017 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship. Tilley posted a two-round total of 5-under 136 to edge defending champion Stewart Hagestad, 26, of Newport Beach, Calif., Scott Anderson, 35, of Columbus, Ohio, and Thomas Todd III, 30, of Laurens, S.C., by one stroke. All three players turned in 36-hole scores of 4-under 137.

The second round of stroke play was postponed from Sunday due to the impact of Tropical Depression Nate. It was the first time the U.S. Mid-Amateur lost a full day of play due to weather since 2009 at Kiawah Island (S.C.) Club.

“It is one of the ultimate honors,” said Tilley about becoming medalist and the top seed in the match-play bracket. “It ranks very high, at the top or near the top, on my list of golf achievements.”

Tilley, who competed on professional tours for eight years before regaining his amateur status in August of 2016, birdied his first hole at the par-70, 7,207-yard Capital City Club’s Crabapple Course by hitting a 173-yard, 7-iron close to the flagstick. He made a 35-footer on the 316-yard par-4 fifth after attempting to drive the green and finding a far left bunker. He two-putted the par-5 12th for his third birdie and set up his final birdie on No. 15 when he struck a 3-iron to within 18 feet on the 215-yard par 3..

“Driving has been great, I have not missed many fairways,” said Tilley, who fashioned a 2-under 69 on the par-71, 6,784-yard Atlanta National Golf Club, the stroke play co-host venue, in the first round. “The irons, which are usually a strength of mine, have been on point. My putting inside six feet, where you need to be solid in USGA events, has been great.”

Two Oklahomans advanced to match play. Luke Phillips of Edmond shot 71-74 for a 145 finish and faces Josh Nichols of Kernersville, N.C., at 2:10 p.m. today. Draegen Majors of Tulsa was in a 25-player playoff this morning for the final 16 spots at 146 and survived. His first-round opponent was to be determined.

The U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship consists of 36 holes of stroke play followed by six rounds of match play, with the championship scheduled to conclude with a 36-hole final on Friday, Oct. 13, starting at 8 a.m. EDT.

 

ATLANTA, Ga. – Results from Monday’s second round of stroke play at the 2017 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, played at 7,207-yard, par-70 Capital City Club (Crabapple Course) and 6,784-yard, par-71 Atlanta National Golf Club.

Bradford Tilley, Easton, Conn.- 69 AN-67 CC–136

Thomas Todd III, Laurens, S.C.- 71 AN-66 CC–137

Scott Anderson, Columbus, Ohio- 70 AN-67 CC–137

Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif.- 73 AN-64 CC–137

Corby Segal, Santa Clarita, Calif.- 69 CC-69 AN–138

Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo.- 71 CC-67 AN–138

Michael Muehr, Potomac Falls, Va.- 69 CC-69 AN–138

Justin Kaplan, Houston, Texas- 69 AN-69 CC–138

Matt Parziale, Brockton, Mass.- 71 AN-68 CC–139

Chad Wilfong, Charlotte, N.C.- 67 CC-73 AN–140

Derek Meinhart, Mattoon, Ill.- 70 AN-71 CC–141

Derek Busby, Ruston, La.- 71 CC-71 AN–142

Chase Baldwin, Jacksonville, Fla.- 71 CC-71 AN–142

Trent Peterson, St. Paul, Minn.- 72 CC-70 AN–142

Jeronimo Esteve, Puerto Rico- 74 AN-68 CC–142

Brad Wilder, Fort Wright, Ky.- 70 CC-73 AN–143

Devaughn Robinson, Bahamas- 72 CC-71 AN–143

Charles Waddell, Chicago, Ill.- 75 AN-68 CC–143

Kenny Coakley, Phoenix, Ariz.- 69 CC-75 AN–144

Michael Brown, Maple Shade, N.J.- 73 CC-71 AN–144

Philip Lee, White Bluff, Tenn.- 74 CC-70 AN–144

Josh Nichols, Kernersville, N.C.- 70 CC-74 AN–144

Andrew Rhodes, Westfield, Ind.- 72 CC-72 AN–144

Jon Peterson, Granite Bay, Calif.- 74 CC-70 AN–144

Sam O’Dell, Hurricane, W.Va.- 76 AN-68 CC–144

Daniel MacDonald, Ridgewood, N.J.- 70 AN-74 CC–144

Bill Williamson, Cincinnati, Ohio- 73 AN-71 CC–144

Finley Ewing IV, Dallas, Texas- 72 CC-73 AN–145

Dan Sullivan, Pasadena, Calif.- 70 CC-75 AN–145

Benjamin Peters, Redwood City, Calif.- 72 CC-73 AN–145

Tyler Crawford, Indio, Calif.- 70 CC-75 AN–145

Jason Anthony, Fairfield, Calif.- 73 CC-72 AN–145

Nathan Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa.- 72 CC-73 AN–145

Matthew Broome, Jupiter, Fla.- 70 CC-75 AN–145

Brenton Flynn, Vienna, Va.- 70 CC-75 AN–145

Clay Guerin, Hoover, Ala.- 72 CC-73 AN–145

Matt Robbins, Cumming, Ga.- 71 CC-74 AN–145

Philip Walker, England- 68 CC-77 AN–145

Gene Elliott, West Des Moines, Iowa- 72 CC-73 AN–145

Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C.- 75 AN-70 CC–145

Jerred Barley, Tipton, Mich.- 73 AN-72 CC–145

Mark Harrell, Lookout Mountain, Ga.- 72 AN-73 CC–145

Luke Phillips, Edmond, Okla.- 71 AN-74 CC–145

Gregor Orlando, Philadelphia, Pa.- 72 AN-73 CC–145

David Lang, Canada- 75 AN-70 CC–145

David Easley, Lincoln, Neb.- 74 AN-71 CC–145

Joe Alfieri, Lutz, Fla.- 70 AN-75 CC–145

Jon Lindstrom, Broomfield, Colo.- 77 AN-68 CC–145

Joel Myrick, Hattiesburg, Miss.- 73 CC-73 AN–146

Joseph Ida, Overland Park, Kan.- 73 CC-73 AN–146

Craig Erickson, Henderson, Nev.- 72 CC-74 AN–146

Scott Gibson, Long Beach, Calif.- 74 CC-72 AN–146

Sam Wempe, Topeka, Kan.- 72 CC-74 AN–146

Ryan Sloane, Campbell, Calif.- 74 CC-72 AN–146

Sherrill Britt, West End, N.C.- 73 CC-73 AN–146

Timothy Driver, Holly Springs, N.C.- 72 CC-74 AN–146

Sean Knapp, Oakmont, Pa.- 72 CC-74 AN–146

Justin Tereshko, Greensboro, N.C.- 73 CC-73 AN–146

Randal Lewis, Alma, Mich.- 74 CC-72 AN–146

Denver Haddix, Lexington, Ky.- 74 CC-72 AN–146

Patrick McCormick, North Bethesda, Md.- 72 CC-74 AN–146

David Bolen, Lubbock, Texas- 70 AN-76 CC–146

Draegen Majors, Tulsa, Okla.- 71 AN-75 CC–146

Grant Schroeder, Montgomery, Texas- 76 AN-70 CC–146

Matthew Sughrue, Arlington, Va.- 75 AN-71 CC–146

Mark Scheibach, La Quinta, Calif.- 74 AN-72 CC–146

Brian Edick, Shafter, Calif.- 76 AN-70 CC–146

John Hayes, Portland, Maine- 77 AN-69 CC–146

Andres Schonbaum, Argentina- 75 AN-71 CC–146

Dusty Drenth, Davenport, Iowa- 71 AN-75 CC–146

Matthew Swan, Atlanta, Ga.- 77 AN-69 CC–146

Joshua Irving, Dallas, Texas- 68 AN-78 CC–146

Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C.- 74 AN-72 CC–146

(Failed to qualify)

Conrad Von Borsig, Philadelphia, Pa.- 74 CC-73 AN–147

Jeff Frazier, Mechanicsburg, Pa.- 72 CC-75 AN–147

Adam Walicki, Phoenix, Ariz.- 72 CC-75 AN–147

Andrew Price, Lake Bluff, Ill.- 72 CC-75 AN–147

John Eades, Charlotte, N.C.- 74 CC-73 AN–147

Thomas McDonagh, Norwalk, Conn.- 74 CC-73 AN–147

Arnold Cutrell, Greensburg, Pa.- 72 CC-75 AN–147

Chandler Smith-Stetson, Albuquerque, N.M.- 76 CC-71 AN–147

Robert Gerwin II, Cincinnati, Ohio- 72 CC-75 AN–147

Joe O’Brien, Plymouth, Minn.- 75 AN-72 CC–147

Marc Dull, Winter Haven, Fla.- 75 AN-72 CC–147

Brian Noonan, Austin, Texas- 76 AN-71 CC–147

Derek Camps, Sanford, Fla.- 74 AN-73 CC–147

Scott Shingler, Haymarket, Va.- 73 AN-74 CC–147

Luke Miller, Des Moines, Iowa- 72 AN-75 CC–147

Jeffrey Long, Ashburn, Va.- 74 AN-73 CC–147

John Engler, Augusta, Ga.- 76 AN-71 CC–147

Brian Blanchard, Tempe, Ariz.- 73 AN-74 CC–147

Michael McDermott, Bryn Mawr, Pa.- 75 CC-73 AN–148

Matt Johnson, Dothan, Ala.- 74 CC-74 AN–148

Arthur Kim, Tigard, Ore.- 75 CC-73 AN–148

Andrew Pranger, St. Louis, Mo.- 75 CC-73 AN–148

Robert Sheats, Atlanta, Ga.- 76 CC-72 AN–148

Ross Frankenberg, Barrington, Ill.- 72 CC-76 AN–148

Brian Farrer, Mount Berry, Ga.- 74 CC-74 AN–148

Bo Burdette, Atlanta, Ga.- 75 CC-73 AN–148

Jonathan Alden, Austin, Texas- 73 CC-75 AN–148

Dave Ryan, Taylorville, Ill.- 77 AN-71 CC–148

Ben Hogenkamp, Minster, Ohio- 79 AN-69 CC–148

Mike O’Donnell, Chico, Calif.- 74 AN-74 CC–148

Brad Beeson, Dallas, Texas- 75 AN-73 CC–148

Ken Tanigawa, Paradise Valley, Ariz.- 77 AN-71 CC–148

Rob Garland, Nashville, Tenn.- 76 AN-72 CC–148

Joseph Deraney, Lexington, Ky.- 76 AN-72 CC–148

John Blackwell, Wilmington, N.C.- 75 AN-73 CC–148

Bart Worthing, Weston Lakes, Texas- 78 AN-70 CC–148

Tony Hejna, Cleveland, Ohio- 75 AN-73 CC–148

Erik Jarvey, Palmdale, Calif.- 73 CC-76 AN–149

Ryan Wilkins, San Diego, Calif.- 73 CC-76 AN–149

Joe Jaspers, Huntersville, N.C.- 71 CC-78 AN–149

Rick Stimmel, Pittsburgh, Pa.- 76 CC-73 AN–149

Justin Burleson, Apple Valley, Minn.- 71 CC-78 AN–149

Scott MacDonald, Santa Monica, Calif.- 70 CC-79 AN–149

Jeff Osberg, Bryn Mawr, Pa.- 76 CC-73 AN–149

Scott Hovis, Jefferson City, Mo.- 78 AN-71 CC–149

Mike Ignasiak, Saline, Mich.- 76 AN-73 CC–149

Keith Decker, Martinsville, Va.- 73 AN-76 CC–149

Tyler Gruca, Buffalo, N.Y.- 79 AN-70 CC–149

Ralph Baxley, Edina, Minn.- 76 AN-73 CC–149

Josh Holling, Horseheads, N.Y.- 75 AN-74 CC–149

Bryan Hoops, Chandler, Ariz.- 74 AN-75 CC–149

Walter Koelbel, Denver, Colo.- 78 AN-71 CC–149

James Scorse, Churchville, N.Y.- 77 AN-72 CC–149

C.J. Brock, Richardson, Texas- 75 AN-74 CC–149

Kevin Doskocil, Fort Worth, Texas- 74 CC-76 AN–150

Rob Butler, Camden, S.C.- 73 CC-77 AN–150

Brooks Snyder, West Lafayette, Ind.- 75 CC-75 AN–150

Raymond Wooten, Clemson, S.C.- 72 CC-78 AN–150

Jimmy Chestnut, Royal Oak, Mich.- 77 CC-73 AN–150

Sean Packer, Seattle, Wash.- 75 CC-75 AN–150

Ben Snow, Hattiesburg, Miss.- 74 CC-76 AN–150

Grant Milling, Bloomington, Ill.- 77 CC-73 AN–150

Larry Sterling Jr., Sterling Heights, Mich.- 73 CC-77 AN–150

Stephen Paterson, Austin, Texas- 74 CC-76 AN–150

Lance Lawson, Norfolk, Neb.- 72 CC-78 AN–150

Eric Fiskum, Salem, Ore.- 74 CC-76 AN–150

Adam Condello, Fairport, N.Y.- 77 AN-73 CC–150

Daniel Young, Miami, Fla.- 75 AN-75 CC–150

Troy Johnson, Maple Grove, Minn.- 77 AN-73 CC–150

Daniel Neveu, Pinehurst, N.C.- 75 AN-75 CC–150

Tommy Caswell, Atlanta, Ga.- 77 AN-73 CC–150

Marc Engellenner, Rocklin, Calif.- 79 AN-71 CC–150

Scott Strickland, Birmingham, Mich.- 75 AN-75 CC–150

Tommy Parker, Boston, Mass.- 76 CC-75 AN–151

Claudio Consul, Germany- 77 CC-74 AN–151

David May, Auburn, N.Y.- 74 CC-77 AN–151

Ryan Dent, Brentwood, Tenn.- 78 CC-73 AN–151

Kirk Noyes, The Woodlands, Texas- 74 CC-77 AN–151

Ryan Pelletier, Mansfield, Mass.- 77 CC-74 AN–151

Austin Smith, Belmont, Mass.- 68 CC-83 AN–151

Curtis Harris, Eastland, Texas- 73 CC-78 AN–151

Kevin Silva, New Bedford, Mass.- 74 CC-77 AN–151

Will Glanville, Plano, Texas- 77 AN-74 CC–151

Raymond Floyd Jr., Old Greenwich, Conn.- 75 AN-76 CC–151

Ryan Gelrod, Ambler, Pa.- 79 AN-72 CC–151

Warren Smith, Lakeway, Texas- 72 AN-79 CC–151

Bryan Bohme, Clayton, Mo.- 74 AN-77 CC–151

Steve McDonald, Nashville, Tenn.- 77 CC-75 AN–152

Matthew Finger, Woolwich Township, N.J.- 74 CC-78 AN–152

John Sawin, San Francisco, Calif.- 76 CC-76 AN–152

Matt Jackson, Waynesboro, Ga.- 72 CC-80 AN–152

Shane Sigsbee, Las Vegas, Nev.- 76 CC-76 AN–152

Joe Scheffres, North Potomac, Md.- 70 CC-82 AN–152

Darin Goldstein, New York, N.Y.- 77 CC-75 AN–152

Blake Humbles, Alta Loma, Calif.- 76 AN-76 CC–152

Randy Haag, Orinda, Calif.- 73 AN-79 CC–152

Andrew Wyatt, Midland, Texas- 80 AN-72 CC–152

Cameron Knight, Lutz, Fla.- 77 AN-75 CC–152

Chadd Slutzky, Deer Park, Ill.- 76 AN-76 CC–152

Jim Lemon, Madison, Wis.- 78 AN-74 CC–152

Jeff Mallette, North Canton, Ohio- 76 AN-76 CC–152

Brady Shivers, Seminole, Texas- 77 CC-76 AN–153

Ian Dahl, Longview, Wash.- 74 CC-79 AN–153

Bob Conrad, Seattle, Wash.- 75 CC-78 AN–153

Michael Stamberger, Brielle, N.J.- 76 CC-77 AN–153

Benjamin Blundell, Oklahoma City, Okla.- 79 AN-74 CC–153

Kevin Johnson, Naples, Fla.- 78 AN-75 CC–153

Nick Cohen, Johnson City, Tenn.- 77 AN-76 CC–153

Robert Funk, Canyon Lake, Calif.- 76 AN-77 CC–153

Andrew Passanante, Fargo, N.D.- 80 AN-73 CC–153

Richard Hayes, Wilton, Conn.- 82 AN-71 CC–153

Tyler Cooke, Warwick, R.I.- 74 CC-80 AN–154

Denver Brown, Rye Brook, N.Y.- 81 CC-73 AN–154

Daniel Harrington, Chandler, Ariz.- 76 CC-78 AN–154

Colby Amparan, Fort Worth, Texas- 74 CC-80 AN–154

Drew Downs, Dover, Fla.- 75 CC-79 AN–154

Kevin Leach, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.- 73 CC-81 AN–154

Ryan Howison, Jupiter, Fla.- 78 AN-76 CC–154

Eric Plisko, Sugar Notch, Pa.- 76 AN-78 CC–154

Geno Bonnalie, Lewiston, Idaho- 77 AN-77 CC–154

Bart Barnes, Troy, Ala.- 80 AN-74 CC–154

Steve Tarulli, Rockville Centre, N.Y.- 80 AN-74 CC–154

Jonathan Marsico, Englewood, Colo.- 81 AN-73 CC–154

Troy Logan, Chicago, Ill.- 80 AN-74 CC–154

Brendan Williams, Atlanta, Ga.- 76 CC-79 AN–155

Pete Mangold, Denver, Colo.- 74 CC-81 AN–155

Isaac Jaffurs, Haleiwa, Hawaii- 74 CC-81 AN–155

Michael McCoy, Des Moines, Iowa- 78 CC-77 AN–155

Brett Gallinger, Omaha, Neb.- 80 AN-75 CC–155

Hector Diaz-Ceballos, San Diego, Calif.- 78 AN-77 CC–155

Chris Thompson, Rowlett, Texas- 82 AN-73 CC–155

Sean Etow, Aptos, Calif.- 80 CC-76 AN–156

Joseph Stimac, Lansing, Mich.- 75 CC-81 AN–156

Jayson Judy, Orange Park, Fla.- 81 CC-75 AN–156

Jordan Scott, Santa Barbara, Calif.- 79 CC-77 AN–156

Jeff Champine, Rochester Hills, Mich.- 75 CC-81 AN–156

Jacob Rohde, Everett, Wash.- 79 AN-77 CC–156

Scott Hailes, Peoria, Ariz.- 76 AN-80 CC–156

Samuel Weber, Hartland, Wis.- 79 CC-78 AN–157

Andrew Lee, Fleming Island, Fla.- 79 AN-78 CC–157

Jason Hendry, Commercial Point, Ohio- 82 AN-75 CC–157

Jordan Kaplan, Plainview, N.Y.- 80 AN-77 CC–157

Matthew Minerva, Elmsford, N.Y.- 78 CC-80 AN–158

Garrett Kachellek, Charlotte, N.C.- 77 CC-81 AN–158

Jonas Mikals, Truckee, Calif.- 78 CC-80 AN–158

Andres Rodriguez, Colombia- 80 AN-78 CC–158

J.D. McNeill, Raleigh, N.C.- 81 AN-77 CC–158

Ryan Axlund, Denver, Colo.- 80 AN-78 CC–158

Brian Simpson, Rockville, Md.- 87 AN-71 CC–158

David Watts, Cleveland, Tenn.- 79 AN-79 CC–158

Francisco Sojo, Argentina- 81 AN-77 CC–158

Aaron Crewse, Akron, Ohio- 82 AN-76 CC–158

David Perkins, Haughton, La.- 85 CC-74 AN–159

Anthony Dietz, Highland, Mich.- 81 AN-78 CC–159

Shane Heise, Spring, Texas- 77 AN-82 CC–159

Rob Pepi, Huntington, N.Y.- 80 AN-79 CC–159

Blake Gibson, Yukon, Okla.- 83 AN-76 CC–159

Brandon Johnson, Beavercreek, Ohio- 81 AN-78 CC–159

John Ervasti, Brooklyn, N.Y.- 82 AN-77 CC–159

Robert Stelben Jr., Darien, Conn.- 78 CC-82 AN–160

Michael Rogoff, Miami Beach, Fla.- 76 CC-84 AN–160

Dustin Ziegler, Washington, Ill.- 79 CC-81 AN–160

Bo Bradford, Savannah, Ga.- 78 CC-82 AN–160

Bryan Mitchell, Katy, Texas- 79 AN-81 CC–160

Parker Dudley, John’s Island, S.C.- 82 AN-78 CC–160

Adam Anderson, Portage, Mich.- 80 AN-80 CC–160

Brian Quackenbush, Aiken, S.C.- 81 AN-79 CC–160

Brandon Gama, Santa Barbara, Calif.- 87 AN-73 CC–160

Jay Gregory, Lineville, Iowa- 80 AN-80 CC–160

John Dimler, Camp Hill, Pa.- 80 CC-81 AN–161

Jason Coolik, Atlanta, Ga.- 78 AN-83 CC–161

Tommy Gibbons, San Francisco, Calif.- 88 AN-74 CC–162

Andrew Lord, Bedford Hills, N.Y.- 87 CC-77 AN–164

Byron Lay, Alpharetta, Ga.- 79 CC-85 AN–164

Joseph Kerrigan Jr., Ardmore, Pa.- 81 AN-86 CC–167

Brendan Jonland, Summit, N.J.- 87 AN-82 CC–169

Patrick Mullaney, Hinsdale, Ill.- 87 CC-94 AN–181

Dan Falls, Goshen, Md.- 80 CC-WD

David Marquardt, Bloomington, Ill.- 78 CC-WD

Patrick Bader, St. Louis, Mo.- 89 CC-WD

Joseph Nichols, Little Rock, Ark.- 81 CC-WD

Peter Barron III, Mays Landing, N.J.- 80 CC-WD

Bill Steen, Frisco, Texas- 81 CC-WD

Daniel Russo, Hagaman, N.Y.- 82 AN-WD

Brandon Hargett, Salt Lake City, Utah- 88 AN-WD

Geoff Park, Oceanside, Calif.- 81 AN-WD

Kyle George, Pasadena, Calif.- 78 AN-WD

Sammy Schmitz, Farmington, Minn.- 80 AN-WD

Doug Hanzel, Savannah, Ga.- 81 AN-WD

Steve Wilson, Ocean Springs, Miss.- 77 AN-DQ

Joe Zawaski, Glenview, Ill.- 82 CC-DQ

ATLANTA, Ga. – Pairings and tee times for Tuesday’s first round of match play at the 2017 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, played at 7,207-yard, par-70 Capital City Club (Crabapple Course).

Round of 64

(Upper Bracket)

11:30 a.m. – Bradford Tilley, Easton, Conn. (136) vs. To Be Determined

9 a.m. – Jason Anthony, Fairfield, Calif. (145) vs. Nathan Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa. (145)

10:20 a.m. – Brad Wilder, Fort Wright, Ky. (143) vs. To Be Determined

9:10 a.m. – Devaughn Robinson, Bahamas (143) vs. Jon Lindstrom, Broomfield, Colo. (145)

11 a.m. – Justin Kaplan, Houston, Texas (138) vs. To Be Determined

9:20 a.m. – Sam O’Dell, Hurricane, W.Va. (144) vs. Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C. (145)

10:50 a.m. – Matt Parziale, Brockton, Mass. (139) vs. To Be Determined

9:30 a.m. – Jon Peterson, Granite Bay, Calif. (144) vs. Jerred Barley, Tipton, Mich. (145)

11:20 a.m. – Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif. (137) vs. To Be Determined

9:40 a.m. – Dan Sullivan, Pasadena, Calif. (145) vs. Clay Guerin, Hoover, Ala. (145)

10:30 a.m. – Trent Peterson, St. Paul, Minn. (142) vs. To Be Determined

9:50 a.m. – Michael Brown, Maple Shade, N.J. (144) vs. David Lang, Canada (145)

11:10 a.m. – Corby Segal, Santa Clarita, Calif. (138) vs. To Be Determined

10 a.m. – Finley Ewing IV, Dallas, Texas (145) vs. Matt Robbins, Cumming, Ga. (145)

10:40 a.m. – Chase Baldwin, Jacksonville, Fla. (142) vs. To Be Determined

10:10 a.m. – Philip Lee, White Bluff, Tenn. (144) vs. Gregor Orlando, Philadelphia, Pa. (145)

(Lower Bracket)

11:40 a.m. – Thomas Todd III, Laurens, S.C. (137) vs. To Be Determined

11:50 a.m. – Tyler Crawford, Indio, Calif. (145) vs. Matthew Broome, Jupiter, Fla. (145)

Noon – Jeronimo Esteve, Puerto Rico (142) vs. To Be Determined

12:10 p.m. – Charles Waddell, Chicago, Ill. (143) vs. Joe Alfieri, Lutz, Fla. (145)

12:20 p.m. – Michael Muehr, Potomac Falls, Va. (138) vs. To Be Determined

12:30 p.m. – Daniel MacDonald, Ridgewood, N.J. (144) vs. Gene Elliott, West Des Moines, Iowa (145)

12:40 p.m. – Chad Wilfong, Charlotte, N.C. (140) vs. To Be Determined

12:50 p.m. – Andrew Rhodes, Westfield, Ind. (144) vs. Mark Harrell, Lookout Mountain, Ga. (145)

1 p.m. – Scott Anderson, Columbus, Ohio (137) vs. To Be Determined

1:10 p.m. – Benjamin Peters, Redwood City, Calif. (145) vs. Brenton Flynn, Vienna, Va.(145)

1:20 p.m. – Derek Busby, Ruston, La. (142) vs. To Be Determined

1:30 p.m. – Kenny Coakley, Phoenix, Ariz. (144) vs. David Easley, Lincoln, Neb. (145)

1:40 p.m. – Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo. (138) vs. To Be Determined

1:50 p.m. – Bill Williamson, Cincinnati, Ohio (144) vs. Philip Walker, England (145)

2 p.m. – Derek Meinhart, Mattoon, Ill. (141) vs. To Be Determined

2:10 p.m. – Josh Nichols, Kernersville, N.C. (144) vs. Luke Phillips, Edmond, Okla. (145)

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