TRUCKEE, Calif. – Two players were added to the 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship at Martis Camp Club, while another player withdr" />
Two Players Added, One Withdrawal At Junior Amateur

July 20, 2013

TRUCKEE, Calif. – Two players were added to the 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship at Martis Camp Club, while another player withdrew on Saturday.

Brian Mogg and Graysen Huff got into the 156-player field as first alternates when an eligible junior player did not advance to the U.S. Amateur Public Links championship match this week at Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton, Va.

Mogg, 17, of Sammamish, Wash., was the first alternate from the Spokane, Wash., sectional at Manito Golf and Country Club, where he carded a 36-hole total of 137. Mogg will play with Andy Zhang and Tyler Collier for both rounds of stroke-play qualifying. That group will start from the 10 th tee on Monday at 2:05 p.m. PDT. Last year, Zhang became the youngest-ever qualifier for the U.S. Open at 14.

Huff, 16, of Eagle, Idaho, was the first alternate from the Meridian, Idaho, sectional qualifier at The Club at Spur Wing, shooting a 36-hole total of 137. He will play both stroke-play qualifying rounds with Cole Madey and Jacob Joiner. They will begin from the 10 th tee on Monday at 2:15 p.m.

Jaece Stokes, of West Haven, Utah, the medalist at the Park City, Utah, sectional qualifier held at Wasatch Mountain State Park and Park City Golf Club, withdrew from the championship and was replaced by Mitchell Schow, of Ogden, Utah, the first alternate from that sectional. Schow posted a 36-hole total of 144. He will play with Zachary Bauchou and J.D. Huges during stroke-play qualifying. That group goes off the 10 th tee on Monday at 12:15 p.m.


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