Watt, Raymond Share Medalist Honors


Brady Watt (left) and Neil Raymond are congratulated by USGA Executive Committee member Mark P. Reinemann for being co-medalists in the 2013 U.S. Amateur. (USGA/John Mummert)
By Pete Kowalski, USGA
August 13, 2013

BROOKLINE, Mass. – A pair of first-time USGA competitors, Neil Raymond, 27, of England, and Brady Watt, 22, of Australia posted 36-hole totals of 6-under-par 134 Tuesday to share medalist honors by three strokes at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Championship.

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Raymond’s round of 3-under-par 67 at 6,547-yard, par-70 Charles River Country Club included four birdies and a bogey. He employed Tommy White, a caddie who he had met just 90 minutes before his second round. Raymond had carried his own golf bag in recording a 67 at The Country Club on Monday, which was that day’s low round at TCC.

"When I left the club yesterday, someone asked me if I would like a caddie today,” Raymond said. “It was a very nice offer. Then when I heard the forecast for today and all the stuff I would have to take in the bag, I decided to use a caddie. Today, the caddie made a big difference. He was brilliant.”

White resides in Brookline and is currently a caddie at The Country Club, though he was a caddie at Charles River from 1995-2012.

“It’s very good,” said Raymond of sharing the medalist honor. “I know Brady pretty well. People are going to be gunning for us because our names are at the top.

"I didn't have a score in mind when I got here today,” Raymond said. “I came out, took some good swings and said, let's see what happens. I am delighted it all came together.”

The 2013 U.S. 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 Sunday at 9 a.m.

The stroke-play cut came at 4-over 144, with 66 players inside that cut line. The playoff to determine the final places in the match-play field will include 17 players for 15 spots, and will begin at 7 a.m. Wednesday on hole No. 14 at The Country Club (7,310 yards, par 70).

Also playing at Charles River, Watt, who lists his occupation as a professional cleaner, posted a 4-under-par 66. He has been in the U.S. since June 28 and the U.S. Amateur is his sixth competition since then.

"I think it's cool I am the co-medalist,” said Watt, who is No. 9 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. “It is quite an accolade. But the tournament is just half over.”

His 66 included seven birdies and three bogeys. "I didn't have a score in mind when I got out here today,” Watt said. “I was just glad to get under par yesterday. The first round always sets the tone for the tournament.”

Finishing three strokes behind the leaders at 137 were Justin Shin, 21, of Canada, Matthew Fitzpatrick, 18, of England and Oliver Goss, 19, of Australia.

On Tuesday, Shin, a senior at New Mexico State, shot a 4-under-par 66 at Charles River. Fitzpatrick, the low amateur at the 2013 British Open Championship, posted an even-par 70 at The Country Club, while Goss, a quarterfinalist at the 2012 U.S. Amateur and a sophomore at the University of Tennessee, shot 3-under-67 at Charles River.

Nick Hardy, 17, of Northbrook, Ill., who held the lead after the first day with a 5-under-par 65 at Charles River, shot 3-over 73 at The Country Club for 138.

Bo Andrews, 23, of Raleigh, N.C., shot a 7-under-par 63 at Charles River on Tuesday morning, the low round of the championship. One of six players in the field from Georgia Tech, Andrews, a rising senior, logged six birdies and an eagle against one bogey to finish at 139 through 36 holes.

The 63 broke the competitive course record at Charles River, surpassing the 64 shot in the 2003 USGA Men’s State Team Championship by Ricky Jones of Maine.

Defending champion Steven Fox, 22, of Hendersonville, Tenn., missed the cut for match play at 6-over-par 146.

Pete Kowalski is the director of championship communications for the USGA. E-mail him at pkowalski@usga.org.

BROOKLINE, Mass. – Results from Tuesday’s second round of stroke play at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Championship, played at 7,310-yard, par-70 The Country Club (T) and 6,547-yard, par-70 Charles River Country Club (CR). *=In 17-for-15 playoff for final match-play spots.

Neil Raymond, England 67-67--134 CR
Brady Watt, Australia 68-66--134 CR
Oliver Goss, Australia 70-67--137 CR
Justin Shin, Canada 71-66--137 CR
Matt Fitzpatrick, England 67-70--137 T
Michael Miller, Brewster, N.Y. 69-69--138 CR
Nick Hardy, Northbrook, Ill. 65-73--138 T
Bryson Dechambeau, Clovis, Calif. 67-71--138 T
Sean Dale, Jacksonville, Fla. 70-69--139 CR
Stewart Jolly, Birmingham, Ala. 74-65--139 CR
Wyndham Clark, Greenwood Village, Colo. 71-68--139 CR
Bo Andrews, Raleigh, N.C. 76-63--139 CR
Max Orrin, England 69-70--139 T
Scott Wolfes, St. Simons Island, Ga. 72-67--139 T
Charlie Hughes, Canada 71-68--139 T
Richy Werenski, South Hadley, Mass. 66-73--139 T
Nathan Holman, Australia 72-68--140 CR
Sebastian Cappelen, Denmark 73-67--140 CR
Xander Schauffele, San Diego, Calif. 69-71--140 T
Adam Ball, Richmond, Va. 72-69--141 CR
Rico Hoey, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. 73-68--141 CR
Brandon Matthews, Dupont, Pa. 69-72--141 T
Ricardo Gouveia, Portugal 68-73--141 T
Greg Eason, England 70-71--141 T
Rodolfo Cazaubon, Mexico 71-70--141 T
Matthias Schwab, Austria 71-70--141 T
Eli Cole, Beverly Hills, Calif. 76-66--142 CR
Blake Morris, Waterbury, Conn. 73-69--142 CR
Jim Liu, Smithtown, N.Y. 72-70--142 CR
Carr Vernon, Poplar Bluff, Mo. 75-67--142 CR
Seth Reeves, Duluth, Ga. 75-67--142 CR
Julian Suri, St. Augustine, Fla. 71-71--142 CR
 Zachary Olsen, Cordova, Tenn. 75-67--142 CR
Jordan Niebrugge, Mequon, Wis. 69-73--142 T
Matt Emery, Franklin, Tenn. 71-71--142 T
Chelso Barrett, Surry, N.H. 72-70--142 T
Cory McElyea, Santa Cruz, Calif. 73-69--142 T
Charlie Danielson, Osceola, Wis. 72-71--143 CR
Adam Schenk, Vincennes, Ind. 74-69--143 CR
Corey Conners, Canada 70-73--143 CR
Michael Weaver, Fresno, Calif. 74-69--143 CR
Brandon Hagy, Westlake Village, Calif. 72-71--143 CR
Matt Pinizzotto, Salinas, Calif. 73-70--143 CR
Bobby Wyatt, Mobile, Ala. 71-72--143 T
Joey Petronio, Orlando, Fla. 70-73--143 T
Richard Hearden III, Green Bay, Wis. 68-75--143 T
Steven Zychowski, Mendham, N.J. 70-73--143 T
Andrew Price, Lake Bluff, Ill. 71-72--143 T
Blair Hamilton, Canada 70-73--143 T
*Sean Yu, Chinese Taipei 75-69--144 CR (5)
*Chase Koepka, Lake Worth, Fla. 76-68--144 CR (5)
*Gerrit Chambers, Brush Prairie, Wash. 76-68--144 CR (5)
*Gavin Hall, Pittsford, N.Y. 73-71--144 CR (5)
*Jason Anthony, Fairfeld, Calif. 72-72--144 CR (7,4)
*Rhys Pugh, Wales 70-74--144 CR (5)
*Ian Davis, Edmond, Okla. 76-68--144 CR (4)
*Scottie Scheffler, Dallas, Texas 74-70--144 CR (5)
*Patrick Rodgers, Avon, Ind. 73-71--144 CR (5)
*Sean Walsh, Keller, Texas 71-73--144 T (6)
*Zac Blair, Ogden, Utah 69-75--144 T (5)
*Tyler Klava, Pace, Fla. 67-77--144 T (5)
*Toni Hakula, Finland 70-74--144 T (5)
*Mario Clemens, Mexico 70-74--144 T (4)
*Gavin Green, Malaysia 73-71--144 T (5)

Failed to qualify

*Jade Scott, Daingerfield, Texas 74-70--144 T (7,5)
*Jordan Smith, England 72-72--144 CR (7,X)
Sam Bernstein, New York, N.Y. 74-71--145 CR
Ryan Benton, Dothan, Ala. 73-72--145 CR
Beau Hossler, Mission Viejo, Calif. 72-73--145 CR
Zach Hughes, Mobile, Ala. 74-71--145 CR
Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif. 74-71--145 CR
Greyson Sigg, Augusta, Ga. 72-73--145 CR
Brendan Leonard, Canada 75-70--145 CR
Chad Ramey, Fulton, Miss. 74-71--145 CR
 Anders Albertson, Woodstock, Ga. 72-73--145 CR
Oliver Schniederjans, Powder Springs, Ga. 72-73--145 CR
Peter Williamson, Hanover, N.H. 74-71--145 T
Nicholas Reach, Moscow, Pa. 73-72--145 T
Scott Fernandez, Spain 69-76--145 T
Turner Southey-Gordon, Canada 68-77--145 T
Robby Shelton, Wilmer, Ala. 72-73--145 T
Glen Scher, Agoura Hills, Calif. 72-73--145 T
Stephen Powers, St Charles, Ill. 73-72--145 T
Mark Anguiano, Whittier, Calif. 68-77--145 T
Ryan Tetrault, Orange, Calif. 72-73--145 T
Cameron Young, Scarborough, N.Y. 70-75--145 T
Thomas Birdsey, Trophy Club, Texas 76-69--145 T
Wilson McDonald, Mobile, Ala. 73-73--146 CR
Steven Fox, Hendersonville, Tenn. 72-74--146 CR
Austen Truslow, New Smyrna Beach, Fla. 77-69--146 CR
Taeksoo Kim, Republic of Korea 72-74--146 CR
Ryan Zech, Kearney, Mo. 74-72--146 CR
Denny McCarthy, Rockville, Md. 77-69--146 CR
Julien Brun, France 77-69--146 CR
Garrett Rank, Canada 76-70--146 CR
Benjamin Taylor, England 75-71--146 CR
Evan Russell, Grantham, N.H. 76-70--146 CR
Patrick Christovich, New Orleans, La. 74-72--146 CR
Jack Perry, Santa Barbara, Calif. 70-76--146 T
Anthony Maccaglia, Tampa, Fla. 70-76--146 T
Payne Denman, Riverwatch, Tenn. 73-73--146 T
Cory Whitsett, Houston, Texas 72-74--146 T
Grayson Murray, Raleigh, N.C. 75-71--146 T
Mac McClung, Fremont, Calif. 70-76--146 T
Justin Kadin, Bend, Ore. 71-75--146 T
John Sawin, San Francisco, Calif. 70-76--146 T
Talor Gooch, Midwest City, Okla. 74-72--146 T
Michael Kelley, Westerville, Ohio 76-71--147 CR
Pace Johnson, Fresno, Calif. 75-72--147 CR
Steven Ihm, Peosta, Iowa 76-71--147 CR
Jonathan Sanders, Chatsworth, Calif. 76-71--147 CR
Theo Humphrey, Greenwich, Conn. 78-69--147 CR
Cheng-Tsung Pan, Chinese Taipei 72-75--147 CR
 Andrew Lawson, Dallas, Texas 72-75--147 CR
Justin Thomas, Goshen, Ky. 75-72--147 CR
Joe Kastelic, Newton, N.C. 76-71--147 CR
Blake Snyder, Seattle, Wash. 80-67--147 CR
Greg Yates, Mansfield, Texas 76-71--147 CR
J.T. Poston, Hickory, N.C. 77-70--147 CR
Michael McCoy, West Des Moines, Iowa 71-76--147 T
James Erkenbeck, San Diego, Calif. 75-72--147 T
Matt Nesmith, North Augusta, S.C. 74-73--147 T
Casey O'Toole, Oneonta, Ala. 76-71--147 T
Chris Hemmerich, Canada 74-73--147 T
Jimmy Castles, Cupertino, Calif. 78-70--148 CR
Brian Campbell, Irvine, Calif. 76-72--148 CR
Evan Beck, Virginia Beach, Va. 77-71--148 CR
John Duke Hudson, San Angelo, Texas 76-72--148 CR
Rafael Becker, Brazil 74-74--148 CR
 Andrew Dorn, West Chester, Ohio 74-74--148 CR
Chase Parker, Augusta, Ga. 77-71--148 CR
Tyler Dunlap, Westlake, Texas 79-69--148 CR
Kevin Reilly, Oviedo, Fla. 75-73--148 CR
Michael Schoolcraft, Denver, Colo. 71-77--148 T
Cameron Harrell, Colorado Springs, Colo. 72-76--148 T
Harry Higgs, Overland Park, Kan. 71-77--148 T
Michael J. Smith, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 73-75--148 T
Carl Jonson, Bainbridge Island, Wash. 71-77--148 T
Dalan Refioglu, Foster City, Calif. 71-77--148 T
David Snyder, McAllen, Texas 74-74--148 T
Alex Edfort, Somerset, N.J. 71-77--148 T
Santiago Gavino, Mexico 76-72--148 T
Payne Gniewek, Austin, Texas 71-77--148 T
Carson Young, Pendleton, S.C. 73-75--148 T
Carlos Ortiz, Mexico 74-74--148 T
Brett Patterson, McMinnville, Tenn. 77-72--149 CR
Max Homa, Valencia, Calif. 78-71--149 CR
Nathan Kimsey, England 77-72--149 CR
Andrew McCain, Minneapolis, Minn. 78-71--149 CR
Kramer Hickok, Plano, Texas 75-74--149 CR
Taylor Macdonald, Australia 75-74--149 CR
Brandon Dalinka, Newtown, Pa. 74-75--149 CR
Rufie Fessler, Bakersfield, Calif. 73-76--149 T
Zach Estep, Lawrenceville, Ga. 74-75--149 T
Ryan Troyer, Sugarcreek, Ohio 73-76--149 T
Michael Muehr, Potomac Falls, Va. 70-79--149 T
Will Zalatoris, Plano, Texas 73-76--149 T
Thomas Elissalde, France 75-74--149 T
Brandon McIver, Billings, Mont. 71-78--149 T
Cameron Wilson, Rowayton, Conn. 70-79--149 T
Andrew Decker, Greenville, N.C. 75-74--149 T
Andy Aduddell, Avondale, Ariz. 77-73--150 CR
Soo-Min Lee, Republic of Korea 74-76--150 CR
Chang-Woo Lee, Republic of Korea 78-72--150 CR
Matt Van Zandt, Houston, Texas 74-76--150 CR
Brian Jung, Canada 74-76--150 CR
Devin Miertschin, El Paso, Texas 80-70--150 CR
Sam Straka, Valdosta, Ga. 78-72--150 CR
 Aaron Wise, Lake Elsinore, Calif. 77-73--150 CR
Trevor Cone, Concord, N.C. 78-72--150 CR
Jesse Bull, Minneapolis, Minn. 74-76--150 CR
Nathan Smith, Brookville, Pa. 75-75--150 CR
Ryan Riley, North Easton, Mass. 78-72--150 CR
Eddie Wajda, Brookfield, Wis. 78-72--150 T
Brandon Baumgarten, Granite Bay, Calif. 74-76--150 T
Trevor Simsby, Seattle, Wash. 77-73--150 T
Davis Riley, Hattiesburg, Miss. 72-78--150 T
Tee-K Kelly, Wheaton, Ill. 72-78--150 T
Raymond Knoll, Naperville, Ill. 74-76--150 T
Michael Cromie, Cary, N.C. 70-80--150 T
Colin Brennan, Andover, Mass. 76-74--150 T
Andrew Lister, Katy, Texas 77-74--151 CR
Garrick Porteous, England 79-72--151 CR
Yaroslav Merkulov, Penfield, N.Y. 73-78--151 CR
Chris Crawford, Bensalem, Pa. 80-71--151 CR
Beau Hanson, Frazee, Minn. 78-73--151 CR
Matt Williams, Chico, Calif. 75-76--151 CR
Scott Lamb, South Bend, Ind. 82-69--151 CR
Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C. 74-77--151 CR
Mitch Rutledge, St. Louis, Mo. 72-79--151 T
Vaughan McCall, New Zealand 75-76--151 T
Pete Ballo, Stamford, Conn. 76-75--151 T
Andrew Wyatt, Midland, Texas 74-77--151 T
Neil Bautista, Bakersfield, Calif. 78-73--151 T
Miguel Delgado, Novato, Calif. 76-75--151 T
Landon Lyons, Baton Rouge, La. 79-72--151 T
Will Starke, Chapin, S.C. 73-78--151 T
David Szewczul, Farmington, Conn. 75-76--151 T
Scott Strohmeyer, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 74-78--152 CR
Jamison Randall, Cumberland, R.I. 75-77--152 CR
Lee Knox, Augusta, Ga. 79-73--152 CR
Drew Miller, Thousand Oaks, Calif. 74-78--152 CR
Luke Vivolo, Carmel, Calif. 79-73--152 CR
Dylan Crowley, Los Angeles, Calif. 76-76--152 CR
Kevin Dehuff, Coto De Caza, Calif. 80-72--152 CR
Chance Holden, Dexter, Mo. 79-73--152 CR
Chris Thayer, Aurora, Colo. 79-73--152 CR
Nathan Anderson, Burleson, Texas 80-72--152 CR
Dennis Bull, Norwalk, Iowa 73-79--152 T
Brandt Garon, Baton Rouge, La. 78-74--152 T
Daniel Hoeve, Australia 75-77--152 T
Jake Tucker, Cullman, Ala. 77-75--152 T
Tyler McMorrow, St. Cloud, Minn. 73-79--152 T
Parker Hewit, Westfield Center, Ohio 72-80--152 T
Matt Oshrine, Baltimore, Md. 78-74--152 T
Trey Martin, Scottsdale, Ariz. 79-73--152 T
Eric Meier, Normal, Ill. 77-75--152 T
Joshua Martin, Pinehurst, N.C. 73-79--152 T
Will Seger, Jasper, Ind. 74-78--152 T
Brett Drewitt, Australia 75-77--152 T
Ben Baxter, Flower Mound, Texas 71-81--152 T
Branden Chicorka, Enfield, Conn. 77-75--152 T
Alex Kephart, Colorado Springs, Colo. 77-76--153 CR
Conner Godsey, Rogersville, Ala. 79-74--153 CR
Joseph Ovalle, Brea, Calif. 78-75--153 CR
Sam Hudson, Fayetteville, Ark. 81-72--153 CR
Steven Souchek, Columbia, Ill. 79-74--153 CR
Robert Geibel, Pembroke Pines, Fla. 75-78--153 T
Max Adler, Norwalk, Conn. 76-77--153 T
Tim Crouch, Mount Vernon, Ohio 73-80--153 T
Michael Hines, Woodstock, Ga. 73-80--153 T
Jake Istnick, Dallas, Texas 77-76--153 T
Doug Hoppe, Canada 74-79--153 T
Tyler Wingo, Fairfax, Va. 72-81--153 T
Myles Lewis, New Orleans, La. 74-79--153 T
Andrew Walker, Battle Creek, Mich. 76-77--153 T
Chris Houston, Gilford, N.H. 71-82--153 T
Victor Wiggins, Gastonia, N.C. 78-76--154 CR
Michael Kim, Del Mar, Calif. 81-73--154 CR
Takeshi Eno, Japan 78-76--154 CR
Casey Vangsness, Alexandria, Minn. 79-75--154 CR
Stephen Seiden, Drexel Hill, Pa. 82-72--154 CR
Bobby Schaeffer, La Quinta, Calif. 80-74--154 CR
Matt Buse, Loveland, Ohio 84-70--154 CR
Brad Dalke, Hobart, Okla. 79-75--154 CR
Mike Andre, Fort Myers, Fla. 74-80--154 T
Andrew Bailey, Rocky River, Ohio 74-80--154 T
Shintaro Ban, San Jose, Calif. 81-74--155 CR
Keegan Drugan, Holmen, Wis. 79-76--155 CR
Tyler Falk, Springfield, Ore. 75-80--155 CR
Kevin Josephson, New Britain, Conn. 83-72--155 CR
Hunter O'Mahony, Tequesta, Fla. 80-75--155 CR
T.J. Shuart, Coral Springs, Fla. 84-71--155 CR
Dylan Newman, New Rochelle, N.Y. 82-73--155 CR
Michael Makris, South Bend, Ind. 76-79--155 CR
Jordan Reinertson, Gibbon, Neb. 79-76--155 CR
Jake Coffey, Columbus, Ind. 75-80--155 T
Gus Lundquist, Parker, Colo. 78-77--155 T
Ben Balter, Wellesley, Mass. 74-81--155 T
Austin Amaya, Yorba Linda, Calif. 75-80--155 T
Jeremy Sanders, Chatsworth, Calif. 75-80--155 T
Andrew Novara, Murphysboro, Ill. 75-80--155 T
Andrew Lane, Fairport, N.Y. 78-78--156 CR
Curtis Skinner, Lake Bluff, Ill. 79-77--156 CR
Lee Maxwell, Cookeville, Tenn. 86-70--156 CR
Joe Parkinson, Alpine, Utah 78-78--156 T
Scott Jaster, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 79-77--156 T
Gordon Neale, Dove Canyon, Calif. 74-82--156 T
John Gratton, Wellesley, Mass. 80-77--157 CR
J.D. Dornes, Lancaster, Pa. 80-77--157 CR
Zach Herr, New Hope, Pa. 81-76--157 CR
Sean Fahey, Villanova, Pa. 83-74--157 CR
Mat Miller, Pleasanton, Calif. 72-85--157 T
Kyler Sauer, Thousand Oaks, Calif. 78-79--157 T
Alex Ellis, Austin, Texas 82-75--157 T
Paul Simpkins, Oviedo, Fla. 76-81--157 T
Taylor Moore, Edmond, Okla. 78-79--157 T
Artie Fink Jr., Altoona, Pa. 79-79--158 CR
Randy Lewis, Alma, Mich. 80-78--158 CR
Brennan Smith, Canada 82-76--158 CR
Julio Vegas, Venezuela 80-78--158 T
Ryan Celano, Naples, Fla. 73-85--158 T
Christopher Burger, Cincinnati, Ohio 79-79--158 T
Mark Cusic, California, Md. 78-80--158 T
Kyle Martin, Plant City, Fla. 84-75--159 CR
Will McLaughlin, Bedford, N.H. 83-76--159 T
Will Flitcroft, Australia 80-80--160 CR
Ben Warnquist, Rockville, Md. 81-79--160 CR
Andrew Wood, Alameda, Calif. 85-75--160 CR
Jeremy Wall, Brielle, N.J. 81-79--160 CR
Evan Bowser, Dearborn, Mich. 80-80--160 T
Austin Padova, Hudson, Fla. 76-84--160 T
Kyle Kochevar, Glen Ellyn, Ill. 82-79--161 T
Corey Birch, Ridgefield, Conn. 80-81--161 T
Christopher Colli, Winter Park, Fla. 80-82--162 T
Mark Manwaring, Long Beach, Calif. 78-84--162 T
Alex Higgs, Overland Park, Kan. 86-76--162 T
 Alex Burge, Bloomington, Ill. 79-83--162 T
Nate Pereira, Ludlow, Mass. 81-81--162 T
Brent Grant, Honolulu, Hawaii 74-89--163 T
Robbie Van Riper, Tallahassee, Fla. 77-87--164 T
Kyle Danford, Fort Collins, Colo. 92-73--165 CR
Brett Nichols, San Antonio, Texas 78-87--165 T
Christopher Felix, Phoenix, Ariz. 82-83--165 T
Taylor Dickson, Gastonia, N.C. 86-79--165 T
Grant Houser, Holly Springs, N.C. 77-88--165 T
Peter French, Bellingham, Mass. 87-79--166 CR
Pete DeTemple, Callaway, Md. 88-78--166 CR
Tanner Bulejski, St. Louis, Mo. 86-80--166 T
Blake Meek, Pasadena, Calif. 84-83--167 CR
Gates Muller, Traverse City, Mich. 82-85--167 T
Arthur Zelmati, France 79-89--168 T

 

BROOKLINE, Mass. – Pairings for Wednesday’s first round of match play at the 2013 U.S. Amateur at 7,310-yard, par-70 The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. (All times EDT):

Round of 64
Upper bracket

1:10 p.m. - Neil Raymond, England (134) vs. Jason Anthony, Fairfield, England
8 a.m. - Julian Suri, St. Augustine, Fla. (142) vs. Zachary Olsen, Cordova, Tenn. (142)
8:10 a.m. - Richy Werenski, South Hadley, Mass. (139) vs. Blair Hamilton, Canada (143)
8:20 a.m. - Nathan Holman, Australia (140) vs. Andrew Price, Lake Bluff, Ill. (143)
Noon - Bryson Dechambeau, Clovis, Calif. (138) vs. Sean Yu, Chinese Taipei (144)
8:30 a.m. - Rodolfo Cazaubon, Mexico (141) vs. Corey Conners, Canada (143)
11:50 a.m. - Sean Dale, Jacksonville, Fla. (139) vs. Patrick Rodgers, Avon, Ind. (144)
8:40 a.m. - Greg Eason, England (141) vs. Michael Weaver, Fresno, Calif. (143)
12:40 p.m. - Justin Shin, Canada (137) vs. Tyler Klava, Pace, Fla. (144)
8:50 a.m. - Jim Liu, Smithtown, N.Y. (142) vs. Chelso Barrett, Surry, N.H. (142)
11:10 a.m. - Max Orrin, England (139) vs. Rhys Pugh, Wales (144)
9 a.m. - Adam Ball, Richmond, Va. (141) vs. Joey Petronio, Orlando, Fla. (143
12:30 p.m. - Matt Fitzpatrick, England (137) vs. Gerrit Chambers, Brush Prairie, Wash. (144)
9:10 a.m. - Blake Morris, Waterbury, Conn. (142) vs. Cory McElyea, Santa Cruz, Calif. (142)
11:20 a.m. - Bo Andrews, Raleigh, N.C. (139) vs. Gavin Hall, Pittsford, N.Y. (144)
9:20 a.m. - Rico Hoey, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (141) vs. Bobby Wyatt, Mobile, Ala. (143)

Lower Bracket

1 p.m. - Brady Watt, Australia (134) vs. Sean Walsh, Keller, Texas (144)
9:30 a.m. - Seth Reeves, Duluth, Ga. (142) vs. Jordan Niebrugge, Mequon, Wis. (142)
10:50 a.m. - Charlie Hughes, Canada (139) vs. Ian Davis, Edmond, Okla. (144)
9:40 a.m. - Sebastian Cappelen, Denmark (140) vs. Steven Zychowski, Mendham, N.J. (143
12:10 p.m. - Nick Hardy, Northbrook, Ill. (138) vs. Zac Blair, Ogden, Utah (144)
9:50 a.m. - Matthias Schwab, Austria (141) vs. Adam Schenk, Vincennes, Ind. (143)
11:40 a.m. - Stewart Jolly, Birmingham, Ala. (139) vs. Scottie Scheffler, Dallas, Texas (144)
10 a.m. - Ricardo Gouveia, Portugal (141) vs. Brandon Hagy, Westlake Village, Calif. (143)
12:50 p.m. - Oliver Goss, Australia (137) vs. Toni Hakula, Finland (144)
10:10 a.m. - Carr Vernon, Poplar Bluff, Mo. (142) vs. Matt Emery, Franklin, Tenn. (142)
11 a.m. - Scott Wolfes, St. Simons Island, Ga. (139) vs. Mario Clemens, Mexico (144)
10:20 a.m. - Xander Schauffele, San Diego, Calif. (140) vs. Richard Hearden III, Green Bay, Wis. (143)
12:20 p.m. - Michael Miller, Brewster, N.Y. (138) vs. Chase Koepka, Lake Worth, Fla. (144)
10:30 a.m. - Eli Cole, Beverly Hills, Calif. (142) vs. Charlie Danielson, Osceola, Wis. (143)
11:30 a.m. - Wyndham Clark, Greenwood Village, Colo. (139) vs. Gavin Green, Malaysia (144)
10:40 a.m. - Brandon Matthews, Dupont, Pa. (141) vs. Matt Pinizzotto, Salinas, Calif. (143)

 

 

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Rolex has been a longtime supporter of the USGA and salutes the sportsmanship and great traditions unique to the game. This support includes the Rules of Golf where Rolex has partnered with the USGA to ensure golfers understand and appreciate the game.

As the official timekeeper of the USGA and its championships, they also provide clocks throughout host sites for spectator convenience.

For more information on Rolex and their celebration of the game, visit the Rolex and Golf homepage.



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IBM
   

IBM has partnered with the USGA to bring the same technology, expertise, and innovation it provides to businesses all over the world to the USGA and golf's national championship.

IBM provides the information technology to develop and host the U.S. Open’s official website, www.usopen.com, as well as the mobile apps and scoring systems for the three U.S. Open championships. These real-time technology solutions provide an enhanced experience for fans following the championship onsite and online.

For more information on IBM and the technology that powers the U.S. Open and businesses worldwide, visit http://www.usopen.com/IBM

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Lexus
   

Lexus is committed to partnering with the USGA to deliver a best-in-class experience for the world’s best golfers by providing a fleet of courtesy luxury vehicles for all USGA Championships.

At each U.S. Open, Women’s Open and Senior Open, Lexus provides spectators with access to unique experiences ranging from the opportunity to have a picture taken with both the U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open trophies to autograph signings with legendary Lexus Golf Ambassadors in the Lexus Performance Drive Pavilion.

For more information on Lexus, visit http://www.lexus.com/

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American Express
   

Together, American Express and the USGA have been providing world-class service to golf fans since 2006. By creating interactive U.S. Open experiences both onsite and online, American Express enhances the USGA’s effort to make the game more accessible and enjoyable for fans.

For more information on American Express visit www.americanexpress.com/entertainment


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