110th U.S. Amateur Championship ® - Match Play Tree
Updated 3:14 p.m. PDT
Winner
1Jeff Wilson, Fairfield, Calif.
64Amory Davis, Chadds Ford, Pa.
3 & 1
6 & 5
3 & 2
4 & 3
2 & 1
6 & 4
1 up
1 up
1 up
4 & 3
4 & 2
32Brad Benjamin, Rockford, Ill.
33Tommy McDonagh, Norwalk, Conn.
16David Chung, Fayetteville, N.C.
49Mike McCoy, West Des Moines, Iowa
3 & 2
2 up
17Conrad Shindler, Westlake, Texas
48Skip Berkmeyer, St Louis, Mo.
8Ryan McCarthy, Australia
57Daniel Bowden, Easley, S.C.
5 & 4
19 holes
3 & 2
19 holes
25Drew Kittleson, Scottsdale, Ariz.
40Brent Martin, LaPlata, Md.
9Tim Jackson, Germantown, Tenn.
56Scott Langley, St Louis, Mo.
19 holes
2 & 1
24Patrick Reed, Augusta, Ga.
41Daniel Zuluaga, Colombia
4Andres Echavarria, Colombia
61Carter Newman, Augusta, Ga.
2 & 1
2 & 1
7 & 6
2 & 1
4 & 3
3 & 2
29Max Homa, Valencia, Calif.
36T. J. Bordeaux, Tacoma, Wash.
13Eugene Wong, Canada
52Joe Saladino, Huntington, N.Y.
19 holes
2 & 1
20Harris English, Athens, Ga.
45Jarred Bossio, Olympia, Wash.
5Justin Thomas, Goshen, Ky.
60Robert Leopold, England
6 & 5
2 & 1
19 holes
4 & 3
28Cameron Peck, Olympia, Wash.
37Scott Strohmeyer, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
12Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C.
53Alex Shi Yup Kim, Fullerton, Calif.
1 up
3 & 2
21David Dannelly, Clemson, S.C.
44Byeong-Hun An, Korea
2Patrick Cantlay, Los Alamitos, Calif.
63Brad Shaw, Los Angeles, Calif.
2 & 1
1 up
3 & 2
6 & 5
1 up
19 holes
20 holes
1 up
31Kevin Tway, Edmond, Okla.
34Blayne Barber, Lake City, Fla.
15Connor Arendell, Cape Coral, Fla.
50Eric Steger, Noblesville, Ind.
2 up
4 & 2
18Nick Taylor, Canada
47Chan Kim, Gilbert, Ariz.
7Joseph Bramlett, Saratoga, Calif.
58Mike Miller, Brewster, N.Y.
4 & 3
4 & 2
1 up
2 & 1
26Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C.
39Tyler Sheppard, Midland, Texas
10Hudson Swafford, Tallahassee, Fla.
55Harry Rudolph III, La Jolla, Calif.
19 holes
6 & 5
23Michael Morrison, Atlanta, Ga.
42Jed Dirksen, Hampton, Iowa
3Patrick Rodgers, Avon, Ind.
62Ricky Stout, New Bern, N.C.
3 & 2
2 & 1
3 & 1
6 & 4
4 & 2
19 holes
30Denny McCarthy, Burtonsville, Md.
35Alex Ching, Honolulu, Hawaii
14Morgan Hoffmann, Wyckoff, N.J.
51Albin Choi, Canada
2 up
2 & 1
19Gunner Wiebe, Denver, Colo.
46Richard Werenski, South Hadley, Mass.
6Eric Chun, Korea
59Emiliano Grillo, Argentina
4 & 2
2 & 1
2 up
5 & 4
27Cheng Tsung Pan, Chinese Taipei
38Peter Uihlein, Orlando, Fla.
11Arnond Vongvanij, Gainesville, Fla.
54Nick MacDonald, Lebanon, N.H.
19 holes
2 & 1
22John Hahn, Las Vegas, Nev.
43Andrea Pavan, Italy
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