Gupta, Welch advance in Amateur, Cummins, Johnson ousted in playoff for final spots

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Wilson Furr was so focused on hitting quality golf shots that he didn’t realize just how well he was playing Tuesday in the 120th U.S. Amateur Championship. By the time he signed his scorecard at stroke-play co-host Bandon Trails, the 22-year-old from Jackson, Miss., had produced a round for the ages.

Furr, a rising senior at the University of Alabama, carded a 9-under-par 62 in breezy conditions to earn medalist honors by two strokes over James Piot.

The 62 matched the second-lowest 18-hole score in U.S. Amateur history – Jeff Wilson also shot 62 in 2011 at The Home Course in Dupont, Wash. It also eclipsed by two shots the Bandon Trails competitive course mark that had been set 24 hours earlier by Aman Gupta, and matched earlier on Tuesday by Charles “Ollie” Osborne.

Billy Horschel owns the U.S. Amateur and USGA 18-hole scoring record of 60, which he produced in Round 1 of the 2006 championship at the Chaska (Minn.) Town Course.

One Sooner and one Cowboy safely advanced to match play. Oklahoma State’s Gupta tied for fifth after shooting a 73 at Bandon Trails. OU’s Patrick Welch tied for 36th at even par. Two other Sooners, Quade Cummins and Thomas Johnson, did not advance through a sudden death playoff today in which 18 golfers played for the final three spots in the match play field.

Austin Eckroat of Edmond and OSU bogeyed three of his final four holes Tuesday to miss the playoff by a shot. OSU coach Alan Bratton, who served as his caddie, said Eckroat had a buried lie in a bunker on 15 and three-putted the 18th hole in the disappointing finish. Other OSU players missing the cut were Rasmus Neergaard-Petersen, Bo Jin, Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra, Jonas Baumgartner and Leo Oyo. Other Sooners not advancing were Johnathan Brightwell, Logan McAllister and Riley Casey. Mason Overstreet of Kingfisher and the University of Arkansas also did not advance.

What’s Next

Match play begins with the Round of 64 on Wednesday. The first match will start at 9:15 a.m. PDT. NBC’s new free streaming service, Peacock, will carry the first hour of the live broadcast from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. EDT, with Golf Channel picking up the final two hours. Match play continues the rest of the week through Sunday’s 36-hole championship match. Live scoring for match play is at www.usga.org.

Notable

  • The cut for match play came at 2-over-par 145, with an 18-for-3 playoff for the final spots in the draw scheduled for 7:15 a.m. PDT Wednesday at Bandon Dunes. The playoff is scheduled to start on the par-4 10th hole and continue, if necessary, to the par-4 11th and then to the par-3 12th.
  • The average qualifying score in the U.S. Amateur over the last 15 years is 145.2.
  • Notables to qualify for match play include 2019 U.S. Amateur runner-up John Augenstein, 2016 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Stewart Hagestad, 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Scott Harvey, 2018 U.S. Junior Amateur champion Michael Thorbjornsen and 2017 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Kevin O’Connell. Hagestad’s 6-under 66 at Bandon Dunes matched the second-lowest score of the day on the course.
  • Andy Ogletree became the first defending champion to miss the cut since Stephen Fox in 2013 at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. The 2020 Georgia Tech graduate shot 3-over 146.
  • Three other reigning USGA champions also failed to qualify. U.S. Junior Amateur champion Preston Summerhays had a disastrous triple-bogey 8 on the 18th at Bandon Dunes to miss by two. U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Lukas Michel came up three strokes short, and U.S. Senior Amateur champion Bob Royak posted 157.
  • It also was a disappointing week for several top players in the World Amateur Golf Ranking® and notable champions. Cole Hammer, the 2019 McCormack Medal winner who was on the victorious 2019 USA Walker Cup Team, failed to advance along with fellow 2019 Walker Cup Team member John Pak, 2020 Western Amateur champion Pierceson Coody, two-time Asia-Pacific Amateur champion Yuxin Lin, and 2019 Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup Team member Alex Fitzpatrick, the younger brother of 2013 U.S. Amateur champion Matthew Fitzpatrick.
  • Scott Harvey, of Kernersville, N.C., certainly has an affinity for Bandon Dunes. The 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion won last year’s U.S. Amateur Four-Ball title at the resort with partner Todd Mitchell (albeit on different courses) and then shot a 5-under 67 on Tuesday at Bandon Dunes to qualify for match play. This is Harvey’s first competitive event since last year’s U.S. Mid-Amateur at Colorado Golf Club in September.
  • Harvey was one of five mid-amateurs (25 and older) to qualify for match play. He was joined by Hagestad, O’Connell, 2019 U.S. Mid-Amateur quarterfinalist Andres Schonbaum and Derek Busby.
  • Charles “Ollie” Osborne, of Reno, Nev., had quite the turnaround, carding a 7-under 64 at Bandon Trails after an opening-round 77 at Bandon Dunes. The 64 included six consecutive birdies from No. 5 and 10 birdies in all. The Southern Methodist University rising junior advanced to match play at 2-under 141.
  • Osborne was one of 14 players to improve his second-round score by 10 or more strokes. Cameron Sisk (79-66) got into the playoff, but the other 12 failed to advance. Thomas Hutchison, of San Jose, Calif., had the day’s biggest improvement at 14 shots (82-68).
  • Four players who got into the field as alternates advanced: Gupta, Hugo Townsend, Carson Lundell and Jonathan Yaun.

 

BANDON, Ore. – Results from Tuesday’s second round of stroke play at the 2020 U.S. Amateur Championship, played at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort’s 7,214-yard, par-72 Bandon Dunes course and 6,850-yard, par-71 Bandon Trails course.

BD – Bandon Dunes, BT – Bandon Trails

Wilson Furr, Jackson, Miss.- 70 BD-62 BT–132

James Piot, Canton, Mich.- 69 BT-65 BD–134

Ben Shipp, Duluth, Ga.- 68 BT-67 BD–135

Travis McInroe, McKinney, Texas- 65 BD-71 BT–136

Aman Gupta, Concord, N.C.- 64 BT-73 BD–137

David Ford, Peachtree Corners, Ga.- 68 BT-69 BD–137

Julian Perico, Peru- 67 BT-71 BD–138

Scott Harvey, Kernersville, N.C.- 71 BT-67 BD–138

McClure Meissner, San Antonio, Texas- 64 BD-74 BT–138

John Augenstein, Owensboro, Ky.- 70 BD-68 BT–138

Hugo Townsend, Sweden- 69 BT-70 BD–139

Michael Brennan, Leesburg, Va.- 70 BT-69 BD–139

Clay Feagler, Laguna Niguel, Calif.- 69 BD-70 BT–139

Hunter Wolcott, Dickson, Tenn.- 67 BD-72 BT–139

Joey Vrzich, La Jolla, Calif.- 68 BT-71 BD–139

Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif.- 73 BT-66 BD–139

Frankie Capan, North Oaks, Minn.- 72 BT-67 BD–139

Carson Lundell, Alpine, Utah- 69 BT-71 BD–140

Andy Lopez, Dallas, Texas- 69 BT-71 BD–140

Turk Pettit, Sugar Grove, N.C.- 69 BT-71 BD–140

Trey Winstead, Baton Rouge, La.- 73 BT-67 BD–140

Michael Thorbjornsen, Wellesley, Mass.- 68 BT-72 BD–140

John Gough, England- 70 BD-71 BT–141

David Perkins, East Peoria, Ill.- 68 BT-73 BD–141

Kelly Chinn, Great Falls, Va.- 72 BD-69 BT–141

Davis Thompson, St. Simons Island, Ga.- 69 BT-72 BD–141

Charles Osborne, Reno, Nev.- 77 BD-64 BT–141

Andrew Kozan, West Palm Beach, Fla.- 73 BD-68 BT–141

Brayden Garrison, Knoxville, Tenn.- 69 BD-72 BT–141

Jack Trent, Australia- 69 BD-73 BT–142

Ford Clegg, Mountain Brook, Ala.- 71 BD-71 BT–142

William Mouw, Chino, Calif.- 71 BD-71 BT–142

Harrison Ott, Brookfield, Wis.- 73 BD-69 BT–142

Jordan Batchelor, Jacksonville, Fla.- 73 BD-69 BT–142

Jackson Suber, Tampa, Fla.- 73 BT-69 BD–142

Segundo Oliva Pinto, Argentina- 68 BT-75 BD–143

Mateo Fernandez de Oliveir, Argentina- 72 BD-71 BT–143

Jonathan Yaun, Minneola, Fla.- 68 BD-75 BT–143

Sandy Scott, Scotland- 73 BT-70 BD–143

Puwit Anupansuebsai, Thailand- 73 BT-70 BD–143

Philip Barbaree, Shreveport, La.- 68 BT-75 BD–143

Kevin O’Connell, Cary, N.C.- 73 BT-70 BD–143

Tyler Strafaci, Davie, Fla.- 71 BT-72 BD–143

Sam Bennett, Madisonville, Texas- 73 BT-70 BD–143

Trent Phillips, Boiling Springs, S.C.- 71 BT-72 BD–143

William Walker III, Tuscaloosa, Ala.- 71 BD-72 BT–143

Patrick Welch, Providence, R.I.- 71 BD-72 BT–143

Andres Schonbaum, Argentina- 76 BD-68 BT–144

Abel Gallegos, Argentina- 74 BD-70 BT–144

Angus Flanagan, England- 71 BD-73 BT–144

Elis Svard, Sweden- 75 BD-69 BT–144

Noah Norton, Chico, Calif.- 73 BT-71 BD–144

Davis Chatfield, Attleboro, Mass.- 75 BD-69 BT–144

Van Holmgren, Plymouth, Minn.- 72 BT-72 BD–144

Michael Feagles, Scottsdale, Ariz.- 72 BD-72 BT–144

Sam Harned, Rocklin, Calif.- 76 BT-68 BD–144

Spencer Tibbits, Vancouver, Wash.- 70 BD-74 BT–144

Derek Busby, Ruston, La.- 74 BD-70 BT–144

Davis Lamb, Potomac, Md.- 70 BD-74 BT–144

Matthew Sharpstene, Asheville, N.C.- 69 BT-75 BD–144

Eddy Lai, San Jose, Calif.- 73 BD-71 BT–144

(Involved in 18-for-3 playoff to determine final match-play bracket spots, begins at 7:30 a.m. PDT on Wednesday)

Carl Didrik Meen Fosaas, Norway- 71 BD-74 BT–145

Andi Xu, People’s Republic of China- 73 BT-72 BD–145

Aaron Du, People’s Republic of China- 76 BD-69 BT–145

Daniel Rodrigues, Portugal- 70 BD-75 BT–145

Ryan Gerard, Raleigh, N.C.- 75 BT-70 BD–145

Jansen Smith, San Angelo, Texas- 71 BT-74 BD–145

Cameron Sisk, San Diego, Calif.- 79 BT-66 BD–145

David Laskin, Elk Grove, Calif.- 74 BT-71 BD–145

Jack Rhea, Jonesborough, Tenn.- 74 BT-71 BD–145

Jacob Bridgeman, Inman, S.C.- 76 BD-69 BT–145

Alex Schaake, Omaha, Neb.- 69 BD-76 BT–145

Isaiah Jackson, Golden, Miss.- 74 BT-71 BD–145

Quade Cummins, Weatherford, Okla.- 76 BD-69 BT–145

Garrett Johnson, Starkville, Miss.- 74 BT-71 BD–145

Garrett Barber, Stuart, Fla.- 75 BT-70 BD–145

Evan Katz, Washington, D.C.- 73 BT-72 BD–145

Thomas Johnson, Norman, Okla.- 74 BD-71 BT–145

Ryan Hall, Knoxville, Tenn.- 70 BD-75 BT–145

(Failed to Qualify)

Connor McKinney, Australia- 76 BD-70 BT–146

Adrien Dumont de Chassart, Belgium- 71 BT-75 BD–146

Garrett Rank, Canada- 72 BD-74 BT–146

Matthew Anderson, Canada- 72 BD-74 BT–146

Bryce Lewis, Hendersonville, Tenn.- 74 BD-72 BT–146

Jerry Ji, Netherlands- 76 BT-70 BD–146

Tim Widing, Sweden- 76 BT-70 BD–146

Garrett Martin, San Antonio, Texas- 77 BT-69 BD–146

Gordon Sargent, Birmingham, Ala.- 75 BD-71 BT–146

Trevor Werbylo, Tucson, Ariz.- 74 BT-72 BD–146

Luke Long, Fayetteville, Ark.- 72 BT-74 BD–146

Austin Eckroat, Edmond, Okla.- 71 BD-75 BT–146

Tripp Kinney, Des Moines, Iowa- 72 BT-74 BD–146

George Duangmanee, Fairfax, Va.- 78 BD-68 BT–146

Cole Hammer, Houston, Texas- 74 BT-72 BD–146

AJ Ott, Fort Collins, Colo.- 72 BT-74 BD–146

Blake Wagoner, Cornelius, N.C.- 76 BT-70 BD–146

Travis Vick, Hunters Creek Village, Texas- 70 BD-76 BT–146

Christian Cavaliere, Katonah, N.Y.- 76 BT-70 BD–146

Andy Ogletree, Little Rock, Miss.- 74 BT-72 BD–146

David Snyder, McAllen, Texas- 73 BT-73 BD–146

Ryan Burnett, Lafayette, Calif.- 79 BT-67 BD–146

Lachlan Barker, Australia- 76 BD-71 BT–147

Giovanni Tadiotto, Belgium- 74 BD-73 BT–147

Tomas Gana, Chile- 75 BD-72 BT–147

Joseph Pagdin, England- 72 BT-75 BD–147

Alex Fitzpatrick, England- 74 BD-73 BT–147

Alexander Herrmann, Germany- 77 BT-70 BD–147

Preston Summerhays, Scottsdale, Ariz.- 71 BT-76 BD–147

Alex Vogelsong, Palm City, Fla.- 72 BT-75 BD–147

Spencer Ralston, Gainesville, Ga.- 79 BD-68 BT–147

Hunter Ostrom, Meridian, Idaho- 73 BD-74 BT–147

Jonathan Brightwell, Charlotte, N.C.- 74 BD-73 BT–147

Jacob Eklund, Carterville, Ill.- 78 BT-69 BD–147

Luke Kluver, Norfolk, Neb.- 73 BT-74 BD–147

Blake Taylor, Atkinson, N.C.- 75 BD-72 BT–147

Lukas Michel, Australia- 75 BT-73 BD–148

Noah Steele, Canada- 76 BD-72 BT–148

Jose Vega, Colombia- 72 BD-76 BT–148

Kaito Onishi, Japan- 71 BD-77 BT–148

Emilio Gonzalez Ramirez, Mexico- 74 BD-74 BT–148

Markus Braadlie, Norway- 74 BT-74 BD–148

Luke Schniederjans, Alpharetta, Ga.- 78 BD-70 BT–148

Parker Gillam, Winston Salem, N.C.- 76 BT-72 BD–148

Graysen Huff, Eagle, Idaho- 72 BT-76 BD–148

John Pak, Scotch Plains, N.J.- 75 BD-73 BT–148

Jason Schultz, Allen, Texas- 77 BD-71 BT–148

Brent Ito, Ardsley, N.Y.- 73 BD-75 BT–148

Joseph Deraney, Tupelo, Miss.- 75 BD-73 BT–148

Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo.- 77 BT-71 BD–148

Jacob Koppenberg, Bellingham, Wash.- 76 BD-72 BT–148

William Holcomb V, Crockett, Texas- 76 BD-72 BT–148

Tyler Wilkes, Tampa, Fla.- 76 BD-72 BT–148

Maxwell Moldovan, Uniontown, Ohio- 73 BT-75 BD–148

Ryggs Johnston, Libby, Mont.- 76 BD-72 BT–148

Rasmus Neergaard-Petersen, Denmark- 73 BD-76 BT–149

Maximilian Herrmann, Germany- 75 BT-74 BD–149

Evan Davis, Lexington, Ky.- 79 BT-70 BD–149

Kengo Aoshima, Japan- 75 BT-74 BD–149

Bo Jin, People’s Republic of China- 79 BT-70 BD–149

Brett Roberts, Coral Springs, Fla.- 76 BD-73 BT–149

Scott Shingler, Haymarket, Va.- 75 BD-74 BT–149

Blake Hathcoat, Fresno, Calif.- 76 BT-73 BD–149

Marcus Byrd, Temple Hills, Md.- 81 BT-68 BD–149

John Keefer, San Antonio, Texas- 76 BD-73 BT–149

Alexander Yang, Carlsbad, Calif.- 75 BD-74 BT–149

Benjamin James, Milford, Conn.- 74 BD-75 BT–149

Colin Kober, Southlake, Texas- 76 BD-73 BT–149

Parker Coody, Plano, Texas- 73 BD-76 BT–149

Drew Mathers, Mobile, Ala.- 80 BT-69 BD–149

Ben Reichert, Buffalo, N.Y.- 75 BT-74 BD–149

Noah Goodwin, Corinth, Texas- 78 BT-71 BD–149

Walker Lee, Houston, Texas- 74 BT-75 BD–149

Carlos Bustos, Chile- 76 BD-74 BT–150

Dan Bradbury, England- 74 BT-76 BD–150

Ervin Chang, Malaysia- 78 BT-72 BD–150

Yuxin Lin, People’s Republic of China- 77 BT-73 BD–150

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra, Spain- 74 BD-76 BT–150

Yaroslav Merkulov, Rochester, N.Y.- 74 BD-76 BT–150

Logan Sowell, Charleston, S.C.- 79 BD-71 BT–150

Logan Lockwood, Van, Texas- 72 BD-78 BT–150

Nolan Ray, Brentwood, Tenn.- 76 BD-74 BT–150

Gene Elliott, West Des Moines, Iowa- 78 BD-72 BT–150

Cooper Dossey, Austin, Texas- 72 BT-78 BD–150

Thomas Hutchison, San Jose, Calif.- 82 BT-68 BD–150

Connor Creasy, Abingdon, Va.- 79 BT-71 BD–150

Alexander George Frances, Denmark- 81 BT-70 BD–151

Daniel O’Loughlin, England- 77 BT-74 BD–151

Quentin Debove, France- 81 BT-70 BD–151

William Buhl, Norway- 75 BD-76 BT–151

Marco Steyn, South Africa- 75 BD-76 BT–151

Thomas Ponder, Dothan, Ala.- 76 BT-75 BD–151

Deven Ramachandran, Tiburon, Calif.- 78 BT-73 BD–151

William Paysse, Temple, Texas- 79 BT-72 BD–151

Matthew McCarty, Scottsdale, Ariz.- 73 BT-78 BD–151

Pierceson Coody, Plano, Texas- 73 BT-78 BD–151

Justin Tereshko, Lexington, Ky.- 79 BD-72 BT–151

Christian Banke, Danville, Calif.- 81 BD-70 BT–151

Dawson Ovard, Frisco, Texas- 79 BT-72 BD–151

Spencer Cross, Sevierville, Tenn.- 76 BD-75 BT–151

Cecil Wegener, Ridgeland, Miss.- 77 BD-74 BT–151

Michael Mattiace, Jacksonville, Fla.- 74 BT-77 BD–151

Johnny Travale, Canada- 77 BT-75 BD–152

Rhys Nevin, England- 80 BD-72 BT–152

Archie Davies, Wales- 75 BD-77 BT–152

Kieran Vincent, Zimbabwe- 81 BT-71 BD–152

Ryan Smith, Carlsbad, Calif.- 77 BT-75 BD–152

RJ Manke, Lakewood, Wash.- 80 BD-72 BT–152

Joshua McCarthy, Danville, Calif.- 80 BT-72 BD–152

Chris Gotterup, Little Silver, N.J.- 79 BT-73 BD–152

Joe Highsmith, Seattle, Wash.- 70 BD-82 BT–152

Austin Greaser, Vandalia, Ohio- 78 BD-74 BT–152

Harrison Kingsley, Murrieta, Calif.- 83 BD-69 BT–152

Devon Bling, Ridgecrest, Calif.- 78 BD-74 BT–152

William Moll, Houston, Texas- 76 BD-76 BT–152

Luke Potter, Encinitas, Calif.- 74 BD-78 BT–152

Eric Bae, Pinehurst, N.C.- 78 BD-74 BT–152

Dawson Jones, Howell, N.J.- 80 BT-72 BD–152

Ryan Grider, Lewisville, Texas- 80 BD-72 BT–152

Agustin Errazuriz, Chile- 79 BD-74 BT–153

Anders Emil Ejlersen, Denmark- 72 BT-81 BD–153

Jovan Rebula, South Africa- 78 BT-75 BD–153

Brandon Mancheno, Jacksonville, Fla.- 75 BT-78 BD–153

Luke Gifford, Boca Raton, Fla.- 76 BT-77 BD–153

Wells Padgett, Wichita, Kan.- 80 BT-73 BD–153

Jack Wall, Brielle, N.J.- 80 BT-73 BD–153

Ian Siebers, Bellevue, Wash.- 78 BD-75 BT–153

Austin Hitt, Longwood, Fla.- 76 BD-77 BT–153

Adrien Pendaries, France- 79 BD-75 BT–154

Jonas Baumgartner, Germany- 78 BT-76 BD–154

Shiso Go, Japan- 79 BT-75 BD–154

Shiryu (Leo) Oyo, Japan- 76 BD-78 BT–154

Quim Vidal Mora, Spain- 81 BD-73 BT–154

Hunter Eichhorn, Carney, Mich.- 80 BD-74 BT–154

Peter Knade, Easton, Md.- 79 BT-75 BD–154

Dylan Menante, Carlsbad, Calif.- 80 BD-74 BT–154

Daniel Schmieding, Germany- 78 BT-77 BD–155

Kaiwen Liu, People’s Republic of China- 78 BT-77 BD–155

Carson Barry, Eagle, Idaho- 75 BT-80 BD–155

Connor Burgess, Lynchburg, Va.- 75 BD-80 BT–155

Sean Knapp, Oakmont, Pa.- 82 BD-73 BT–155

Doug Hanzel, Savannah, Ga.- 78 BD-77 BT–155

Davis Bryant, Aurora, Colo.- 81 BD-74 BT–155

Mason Overstreet, Kingfisher, Okla.- 81 BT-74 BD–155

Palmer Jackson, Murrysville, Pa.- 81 BD-75 BT–156

Evan Brown, Kennett Square, Pa.- 75 BD-81 BT–156

Benjamin Rebne, Ringgold, Ga.- 81 BT-75 BD–156

Pietro Bovari, Italy- 80 BD-77 BT–157

Colby Patton, Fountain Inn, S.C.- 79 BD-78 BT–157

Bob Royak, Alpharetta, Ga.- 81 BT-76 BD–157

Canon Claycomb, Bowling Green, Ky.- 81 BD-76 BT–157

Henry Shimp, Charlotte, N.C.- 78 BT-79 BD–157

Matt Parziale, Brockton, Mass.- 80 BD-77 BT–157

Maxwell Ford, Peachtree Corners, Ga.- 84 BT-73 BD–157

Guillaume Fanonnel, Monroe, La.- 84 BT-73 BD–157

Ben Sigel, Deephaven, Minn.- 80 BT-77 BD–157

Sean Yu, Chinese Taipei- 77 BT-81 BD–158

Jeff Wilson, Fairfield, Calif.- 80 BT-78 BD–158

Logan McAllister, Oklahoma City, Okla.- 85 BD-73 BT–158

Nick Lyerly, Salisbury, N.C.- 86 BD-72 BT–158

Steve Harwell, Mooresville, N.C.- 79 BT-79 BD–158

Alexandre Fuchs, France- 81 BD-78 BT–159

Won Jun Lee, Republic of Korea- 83 BD-76 BT–159

Brett Boner, Charlotte, N.C.- 76 BD-83 BT–159

Noah Woolsey, Pleasanton, Calif.- 84 BT-75 BD–159

Roger Newsom, Virginia Beach, Va.- 80 BT-79 BD–159

Riley Casey, Abilene, Texas- 83 BT-76 BD–159

Paul Swindell, Franklin, Tenn.- 80 BD-79 BT–159

Jamie Li, England- 85 BT-75 BD–160

James Leow, Singapore- 82 BT-78 BD–160

Zan Luka Stirn, Slovenia- 85 BD-75 BT–160

Nick Geyer, San Diego, Calif.- 84 BT-76 BD–160

Chad Sewell, Conroe, Texas- 82 BT-78 BD–160

Zack Taylor, Pittsburgh, Pa.- 82 BT-78 BD–160

Reid Hatley, Hayden Lake, Idaho- 83 BD-77 BT–160

Trevor Phillips, Boiling Springs, S.C.- 81 BD-80 BT–161

Jackson Van Paris, Pinehurst, N.C.- 86 BD-76 BT–162

Jamie Wilson, Mount Pleasant, S.C.- 84 BD-79 BT–163

Tanner Owens, Milton, Tenn.- 88 BT-75 BD–163

Benjamin Saiz-Wenz, Chile- 76 BD-88 BT–164

Jorge Benedetti, Colombia- 85 BD-79 BT–164

Kyle Hogan, Lubbock, Texas- 82 BD-82 BT–164

Morgan Egloff, Chevy Chase, Md.- 86 BT-78 BD–164

Dave Ryan, Taylorville, Ill.- 81 BD-87 BT–168

Mason Andersen, Mesa, Ariz.- 80 BT-WD
BANDON, Ore. – Pairings and tee times for Wednesday’s first round of match play at the 2020 U.S. Amateur Championship, played at 7,214-yard, par-72 Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (Bandon Dunes course).

All Times PDT

Round of 64

(Upper Bracket)

2:25 p.m. – Wilson Furr, Jackson, Miss. (132) vs. To Be Determined (145)

9:15 a.m. – Harrison Ott, Brookfield, Wis. (142) vs. Ford Clegg, Mountain Brook, Ala. (142)

9:25 a.m. – Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif. (139) vs. Abel Gallegos, Argentina (144)

9:35 a.m. – Michael Brennan, Leesburg, Va. (139) vs. Spencer Tibbits, Vancouver, Wash. (144)

9:45 a.m. – McClure Meissner, San Antonio, Texas (138) vs. Angus Flanagan, England (144)

9:55 a.m. – John Gough, England (141) vs. Segundo Oliva Pinto, Argentina (143)

10:05 a.m. – Julian Perico, Peru  (138) vs. Andres Schonbaum, Argentina (144)

10:15 a.m. – Kelly Chinn, Great Falls, Va. (141) vs. Tyler Strafaci, Davie, Fla. (143)

10:25 a.m. – Travis McInroe, McKinney, Texas (136) vs. Sam Harned, Rocklin, Calif. (144)

10:35 a.m. – David Perkins, East Peoria, Ill. (141) vs. Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira, Argentina (143)

10:45 a.m. – Hugo Townsend, Sweden (139) vs. Michael Feagles, Scottsdale, Ariz. (144)

10:55 a.m. – Michael Thorbjornsen, Wellesley, Mass. (140) vs. Trent Phillips, Boiling Springs, S.C. (143)

11:05 a.m. – Aman Gupta, Concord, N.C. (137) vs. Van Holmgren, Plymouth, Minn. (144)

11:15 a.m. – Davis Thompson, St. Simons Island, Ga. (141) vs. Jonathan Yaun, Minneola, Fla. (143)

11:25 a.m. – Clay Feagler, Laguna Niguel, Calif. (139) vs. Eddy Lai, San Jose, Calif. (144)

11:35 a.m. – Andy Lopez, Dallas, Texas (140) vs. Sam Bennett, Madisonville, Texas (143)

(Lower Bracket)

2:15 p.m. – James Piot, Canton, Mich. (134) vs. To Be Determined (145)

11:45 a.m. – Jordan Batchelor, Jacksonville, Fla. (142) vs. William Mouw, Chino, Calif. (142)

11:55 a.m. – Frankie Capan, North Oaks, Minn. (139) vs. Derek Busby, Ruston, La. (144)

12:05 p.m. – Turk Pettit, Sugar Grove, N.C. (140) vs. Philip Barbaree, Shreveport, La. (143)

12:15 p.m. – John Augenstein, Owensboro, Ky. (138) vs. Matthew Sharpstene, Asheville, N.C. (144)

12:25 p.m. – Andrew Kozan, West Palm Beach, Fla. (141) vs. Patrick Welch, Providence, R.I. (143)

12:35 p.m. – Scott Harvey, Kernersville, N.C. (138) vs. Davis Chatfield, Attleboro, Mass. (144)

12:45 p.m. – Brayden Garrison, Knoxville, Tenn. (141) vs. Sandy Scott, Scotland (143)

2:05 p.m. – Ben Shipp, Duluth, Ga. (135) vs. To Be Determined (145)

12:55 p.m. – Jack Trent, Australia (142) vs. Jackson Suber, Tampa, Fla. (142)

1:05 p.m. – Joey Vrzich, La Jolla, Calif. (139) vs. Davis Lamb, Potomac, Md. (144)

1:15 p.m. – Trey Winstead, Baton Rouge, La. (140) vs. Kevin O’Connell, Cary, N.C. (143)

1:25 p.m. – David Ford, Peachtree Corners, Ga. (137) vs. Noah Norton, Chico, Calif. (144)

1:35 p.m. – Charles Osborne, Reno, Nev. (141) vs. William Walker III, Tuscaloosa, Ala. (143)

1:45 p.m. – Hunter Wolcott, Dickson, Tenn. (139) vs. Elis Svard, Sweden (144)

1:55 p.m. – Carson Lundell, Alpine, Utah (140) vs. Puwit Anupansuebsai, Thailand (143)

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