59th USGA SENIOR AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP ® - Round of 64 Pairings
Updated 7:44 p.m. EDT
Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
12:45 pm1James LehmanMinnetonka, Minn.
Paul SchlachterPittsburgh, Pa.
12:53 pm1Robert ValerioHawthorne, Calif.
Neil VanleeuwenTarpon Springs, Fla.
1:01 pm1Hill AdamsKaty, Texas
James GallagherYorktown, Va.
1:09 pm1Brady ExberLas Vegas, Nev.
Vinny GilesRichmond, Va.
1:17 pm1George Marucci Jr.Villanova, Pa.
John LongCentreville, Va.
1:25 pm1Randal LewisAlma, Mich.
Ray ThompsonDrexel Hill, Pa.
1:33 pm1Bev HargravesHelena, Ark.
Michael MercierJuno Beach, Fla.
1:41 pm1David HolmesSutton, Mass.
Don Erickson IIIDubois, Pa.
1:49 pm1Bill LeonardDallas, Ga.
Rusty BrownPhoenix, Ariz.
1:57 pm1Mike BookerThe Woodlands, Texas
Mark MacejkoVass, N.C.
2:05 pm1Mickey JonesOdessa, Texas
Peter WegmannSea Ranch Lakes, Fla.
2:13 pm1Douglas HanzelSavannah, Ga.
David PohlmannLouisville, Ky.
2:21 pm1Mike PoeAthens, Tenn.
Mike GreerBirmingham, Ala.
2:29 pm1Daniel ArvanitisManchester, N.H.
Andrew CongdonGreat Barrington, Mass.
2:37 pm1Rick CloningerFort Mill, S.C.
Jon TingleyFlemington, N.J.
2:45 pm1Chip LutzReading, Pa.
Mike PeckIrving, Texas
2:53 pm1Jack HallSea Island, Ga.
Thomas DicintiVoorhees, N.J.
3:01 pm1Larry DanielsSeattle, Wash.
Robert ParmarFairhope, Ala.
3:09 pm1Ken PalladinoDunedin, Fla.
Curt KnorrDunwoody, Ga.
3:17 pm1Patrick TallentVienna, Va.
Ted SmithWilkinson, Ind.
3:25 pm1Buzz FlyMemphis, Tenn.
Stephen SharpeGreensboro, N.C.
3:33 pm1Patrick DuncanRancho Santa Fe, Calif.
Casey BoynsMonterey, Calif.
3:41 pm1Peach ReynoldsAustin, Texas
Allan SmallFlorham Park, N.J.
3:49 pm1Edward SteiberCincinnati, Ohio
Mark BurdenAtlanta, Ga.
3:57 pm1Paul SimsonRaleigh, N.C.
Tom SchultzTrinidad, Colo.
4:05 pm1Pat O'DonnellHappy Valley, Ore.
Mike RaymondJackson, Mich.
4:13 pm1Craig CalkinsManhattan Beach, Calif.
Michael TurnerSherman Oaks, Calif.
4:21 pm1David NelsonReno, Nev.
Harry RamirezSan Antonio, Texas
4:29 pm1David SzewczulFarmington, Conn.
David SchultzCanada
4:37 pm1Neil SpitalnyChattanooga, Tenn.
Jim RollefsonFranklin, Wis.
4:45 pm1Michael HughettOwasso, Okla.
Don DonatoniMalvern, Pa.
4:53 pm1Tom NortonMuscatine, Iowa
George ZahringerNew York, N.Y.


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