56th USGA Senior Amateur Championship ® - Round of 64 Pairings
Updated 2:14 p.m. EDT
Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
9:30 am1David SzewczulFarmington, Conn.
Arthur KaniaHaverford, Pa.
9:38 am1Robin McCoolBethlehem, Pa.
Marvin GilesRichmond, Va.
9:46 am1Bev HargravesHelena, Ark.
Pete WilloughbyHouston, Texas
9:54 am1Frank Ford IIICharleston, S.C.
Mike BookerThe Woodlands, Texas
10:02 am1Glenn MullianRichmond, Va.
Dave RyanTaylorville, Ill.
10:10 am1Jim KnollSunnyvale, Calif.
Dick SatterfieldCincinnati, Ohio
10:18 am1David WilliamsonLadoga, Ind.
Rick LuzarPinehurst, N.C.
10:26 am1Bill ZylstraPlymouth, Mich.
Ted PecoraGlencoe, Ill.
10:34 am1Raymond ThompsonDrexel Hill, Pa.
George J. Zahringer IIINew York, N.Y.
10:42 am1Douglas PoolLas Vegas, Nev.
Richard PfeilNaples, Fla.
10:50 am1Stewart AlexanderGainesville, Fla.
Larry ClarkKingston, Ga.
10:58 am1Bruce ScamehornWinter Haven, Fla.
John LindholmGrand Blanc, Mich.
11:06 am1Rick WoulfeFt Lauderdale, Fla.
Christopher VeitchNewport Beach, Calif.
11:14 am1Chip LutzPhiladelphia, Pa.
Thomas NesbittNashville, Tenn.
11:22 am1Don ThamesRancho Murieta, Calif.
William T. DoughtieAmarillo, Texas
11:30 am1Pat TallentVienna, Va.
Dave BatesNewburgh, Ind.
11:38 am1Paul SimsonRaleigh, N.C.
Curt KnorrAtlanta, Ga.
11:46 am1Kim MansfieldHigh Point, N.C.
Logan JacksonWinston Salem, N.C.
11:54 am1Terry WernerDyer, Ind.
James LyonsShreveport, La.
12:02 pm1Gary PalmerTaunton, Mass.
David AnthonyJacksonville, Fla.
12:10 pm1Stanford LeeHeber Springs, Ark.
Bill CavenessDallas, Texas
12:18 pm1Dan BieberAlamo, Calif.
Jim HendersonHattiesburg, Miss.
12:26 pm1Michael KellyOdenton, Md.
Steven WhittakerBecker, Minn.
12:34 pm1Tim MillerKokomo, Ind.
Duke DelcherBluffton, S.C.
12:42 pm1Randy NicholsBrookville, Ind.
Jon GrovemanLarchmont, N.Y.
12:50 pm1Chuck PalmerDallas, Texas
Don Erickson IIIDubois, Pa.
12:58 pm1David PocknallKaty, Texas
Greg ReynoldsGrand Blanc, Mich.
1:06 pm1Steve SmyersLakeland, Fla.
George Marucci JrVillanova, Pa.
1:14 pm1Tom KnappTequesta, Fla.
Charles JonesCollegeville, Pa.
1:22 pm1Corliss J. NelsonDallas, Texas
Sam FarlowBirmingham, Ala.
1:30 pm1Robert AllshouseGreensburg, Pa.
Skip RunnelsRichmond, Ind.
1:38 pm1Jeff BurdaModesto, Calif.
Brad LarsenOceanside, Calif.


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