113th U.S. AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP ® - Round of 64 Pairings
Updated 3:01 p.m. EDT
Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
8:00 am1Julian SuriSt. Augustine, Fla.
Zachary OlsenCordova, Tenn.
8:10 am1Richy WerenskiSouth Hadley, Mass.
Blair HamiltonCanada
8:20 am1Nathan HolmanAustralia
Andrew PriceLake Bluff, Ill.
8:30 am1Rodolfo CazaubonMexico
Corey ConnersCanada
8:40 am1Greg EasonEngland
Michael WeaverFresno, Calif.
8:50 am1Jim LiuSmithtown, N.Y.
Chelso BarrettSurry, N.H.
9:00 am1Adam BallRichmond, Va.
Joey PetronioOrlando, Fla.
9:10 am1Blake MorrisWaterbury, Conn.
Cory McElyeaSanta Cruz, Calif.
9:20 am1Rico HoeyRancho Cucamonga, Calif.
Bobby WyattMobile, Ala.
9:30 am1Seth ReevesDuluth, Ga.
Jordan NiebruggeMequon, Wis.
9:40 am1Sebastian CappelenDenmark
Steven ZychowskiMendham, N.J.
9:50 am1Matthias SchwabAustria
Adam SchenkVincennes, Ind.
10:00 am1Ricardo GouveiaPortugal
Brandon HagyWestlake Village, Calif.
10:10 am1Carr VernonPoplar Bluff, Mo.
Matt EmeryFranklin, Tenn.
10:20 am1Xander SchauffeleSan Diego, Calif.
Richard Hearden IIIGreen Bay, Wis.
10:30 am1Eli ColeBeverly Hills, Calif.
Charlie DanielsonOsceola, Wis.
10:40 am1Brandon MatthewsDupont, Pa.
Matt PinizzottoSalinas, Calif.
10:50 am1Charlie HughesCanada
Ian DavisEdmond, Okla.
11:00 am1Scott WolfesSt. Simons Island, Ga.
Mario ClemensMexico
11:10 am1Max OrrinEngland
Rhys PughWales
11:20 am1Bo AndrewsRaleigh, N.C.
Gavin HallPittsford, N.Y.
11:30 am1Wyndham ClarkGreenwood Village, Colo.
Gavin GreenMalaysia
11:40 am1Stewart JollyBirmingham, Ala.
Scottie SchefflerDallas, Texas
11:50 am1Sean DaleJacksonville, Fla.
Patrick RodgersAvon, Ind.
12:00 pm1Bryson DechambeauClovis, Calif.
Sean YuChinese Taipei
12:10 pm1Nick HardyNorthbrook, Ill.
Zac BlairOgden, Utah
12:20 pm1Michael MillerBrewster, N.Y.
Chase KoepkaLake Worth, Fla.
12:30 pm1Matt FitzpatrickEngland
Gerrit ChambersBrush Prairie, Wash.
12:40 pm1Justin ShinCanada
Tyler KlavaPace, Fla.
12:50 pm1Oliver GossAustralia
Toni HakulaFinland
1:00 pm1Brady WattAustralia
Sean WalshKeller, Texas
1:10 pm1Neil RaymondEngland
Jason AnthonyFairfeld, Calif.

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