33rd U.S. MID-AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP ® - Round of 64 Pairings
Updated 1:36 p.m. CDT
Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
8:00 am1Ryan SloaneCampbell, Calif.
Bradley BastionClinton Township, Mich.
8:10 am1Jeff WilsonFairfield, Calif.
Erik HansonKirkland, Wash.
8:20 am1Randal LewisAlma, Mich.
Dan SullivanPasadena, Calif.
8:30 am1Zach AtkinsonHurst, Texas
Jim ChangSan Marino, Calif.
8:40 am1Michael McCoyWest Des Moines, Iowa
Bobby LeopoldCoventry, R.I.
8:50 am1Scott RoweHinsdale, Ill.
Joe JaspersHuntersville, N.C.
9:00 am1Scott ShinglerHaymarket, Va.
Nathan SmithBrookville, Pa.
9:10 am1Corby SegalSanta Clarita, Calif.
Patrick ChristovichNew Orleans, La.
9:20 am1Keith UnikelPotomac, Md.
Jeff KnoxAugusta, Ga.
9:30 am1Keith HumerickhouseEagle, Colo.
Grant SkyllasWyomissing, Pa.
9:40 am1Scott HarveyGreensboro, N.C.
Mitch MercerPittsburgh, Pa.
9:50 am1Benjamin DayNorth Haven, Conn.
Ken TanigawaPhoenix, Ariz.
10:00 am1Todd WhiteSpartanburg, S.C.
Mark CusicCalifornia, Md.
10:10 am1Tim JacksonGermantown, Tenn.
Michael GreeneOverland Park, Kan.
10:20 am1Kevin MarshHenderson, Nev.
Matthew RosenTucson, Ariz.
10:30 am1Matthew MattareJersey City, N.J.
Davis BolandLouisville, Ky.
10:40 am1Kenny CookNoblesville, Ind.
Benjamin CampbellCleveland, Va.
10:50 am1Brad ValoisWarwick, R.I.
Haymes SnedekerFairhope, Ala.
11:00 am1Kenneth McCreadySan Diego, Calif.
Garrett RankCanada
11:10 am1Joseph BenedettiNewport Beach, Calif.
Stan Gann Jr.Bonaire, Ga.
11:20 am1Jon VenezianoMount Dora, Fla.
Doug ClappWalpole, Mass.
11:30 am1Bryan HaaseJupiter, Fla.
Todd MitchellBloomington, Ill.
11:40 am1J. J. JakovacLas Vegas, Nev.
Brian HigginsBellingham, Mass.
11:50 am1Aaron HickmanTyler, Texas
John EnglerAugusta, Ga.
12:00 pm1Bill WilliamsonCincinnati, Ohio
John RudolphSan Diego, Calif.
12:10 pm1Bryan NortonMission Hills, Kan.
Tim HogarthNorthridge, Calif.
12:20 pm1Joseph SaladinoHuntington, N.Y.
T.J. ShuartCoral Springs, Fla.
12:30 pm1Joseph Alfieri IILutz, Fla.
Michael McDermottBryn Mawr, Pa.
12:40 pm1Paul SimsonRaleigh, N.C.
Bobby DelagrangeWestfield, Ind.
12:50 pm1Craig SmithSpringfield, Tenn.
Michael WaltonIndian Wells, Calif.
1:00 pm1Brad GibsonFrisco, Texas
Arnold CutrellGreensburg, Pa.
1:10 pm1Jonathan JacksonChapel Hill, N.C.
Matt SchneiderGrand Rapids, Minn.

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