2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur Spectator Information

August 20, 2014

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, conducted by the United States Golf Association, will be hosted by Saucon Valley Country Club

from Sept. 6-11 on its Old and Weyhill Courses.

The U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship will be the seventh USGA championship hosted by Saucon Valley Country Club, which has previously hosted the 1992 and 2000 U.S. Senior Opens, 2009 U.S. Women’s Open, 1951 U.S. Amateur, 1987 U.S. Senior Amateur and 1983 U.S. Junior Amateur.

Saucon Valley Country Club: Spectator Map

The championship is open to the public with no cost for admission and will provide a wonderful opportunity for golf enthusiasts throughout the Lehigh Valley and Northeast region to see elite amateurs up close. As there will be few roped off areas around the courses, spectators will have tremendous access for viewing the competition, much more so than when attending most professional events or open championships.

The U.S. Mid-Amateur schedule for stroke-play and match-play competition is as follows:

Saturday, Sept. 6 First Round of Stroke Play Old & Weyhill Courses
Sunday, Sept. 7 Second Round of Stroke Play Old & Weyhill Courses
Monday, Sept. 8 First Round of Match Play Old Course
Tuesday, Sept. 9 Second & Third Rounds of Match Play Old Course
Wednesday, Sept. 10 Quarterfinal & Semifinal Rounds of Match Play Old Course
Thursday, Sept. 11 Championship Match (36 holes) Old Course

Gates will open to spectators each day at 6:30 a.m. for stroke-play rounds. Available spectator amenities will include food, beverages and championship merchandise concessions at locations on the Old and Weyhill Courses. Both breakfast and lunch items will be available, beginning at 7:00 a.m. each day. Shuttle service will be available from parking areas to both courses.

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