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Sights from the final match between Margaret Shirley and Julia Potter at the 2014 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur, held at Harbour Trees Golf Club in Noblesville, Ind.
Sights from the quarterfinal and semifinal matches at the 2014 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur, held at Harbour Trees Golf Club in Noblesville, Ind.
Sights from the Round of 32 and Round of 16 at the 2014 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur, held at Harbour Trees Golf Club in Noblesville, Ind.
Stroke-play medalist Margaret Shirley was taken to the 18th hole in her Round of 64 match, but ultimately prevailed against Rachel Smith. Check out the Round of 64 action from Harbour Trees Golf Club.
Mallory Hetzel (pictured) carded another five-over 77 on Sunday. Check out the action from round two of stroke-play qualifying at Harbour Trees Golf Club. (USGA/Fred Vuich)
Scenes and highlights from the 36-hole championship match of the 2014 U.S. Amateur at Atlanta Athletic Club.
Highlights from the Round of 16 of the 2014 U.S. Amateur at Atlanta Athletic Club.
Sights from the first sectional qualifier for the inaugural U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship, held at Hackensack Golf Club in Oradell, N.J.
Sights from the Round of 32 at the 2014 U.S. Amateur at Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, Ga.
The USGA and Chevron have committed to using the game of golf to encourage students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines.
This commitment has led to the creation of extensive golf-focused STEM teaching tools, and has resulted in charitable contributions to support golf-related
programs through Eagles for Education
At U.S. Open Championships the Chevron STEM ZONE™ is an interactive experience highlighting the science and math behind the game of golf through a variety of hands-on exhibits and experiments.
The partnership has also produced educational materials such as the Science of Golf video series and a nationally-distributed newspaper insert which are provided to teachers as tools to enhance existing curriculum in schools. These lessons teach the science behind the USGA’s equipment testing, handicapping, and agronomy efforts.
For more interactive experiences featuring golf-focused STEM lessons, visit the partnership homepage.
Rolex has been a longtime supporter of the USGA and salutes the sportsmanship and great traditions unique to the game. This support includes the Rules of Golf where Rolex has partnered with the USGA to ensure golfers understand and appreciate the game.
As the official timekeeper of the USGA and its championships, they also provide clocks throughout host sites for spectator convenience.
For more information on Rolex and their celebration of the game, visit the Rolex and Golf homepage.
IBM has partnered with the USGA to bring the same technology, expertise, and innovation it provides to businesses all over the world to the USGA and golf's national championship.
IBM provides the information technology to develop and host the U.S. Open’s official website, www.usopen.com, as well as the mobile apps and scoring systems for the three U.S. Open championships. These real-time technology solutions provide an enhanced experience for fans following the championship onsite and online.
For more information on IBM and the technology that powers the U.S. Open and businesses worldwide, visit http://www.usopen.com/IBM
Lexus is committed to partnering with the USGA to deliver a best-in-class experience for the world’s best golfers by providing a fleet of courtesy luxury vehicles for all USGA Championships.
At each U.S. Open, Women’s Open and Senior Open, Lexus provides spectators with access to unique experiences ranging from the opportunity to have a picture taken with both the U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open trophies to autograph signings with legendary Lexus Golf Ambassadors in the Lexus Performance Drive Pavilion.
For more information on Lexus, visit http://www.lexus.com/
Together, American Express and the USGA have been providing world-class service to golf fans since 2006. By creating interactive U.S. Open experiences both onsite and online, American Express enhances the USGA’s effort to make the game more accessible and enjoyable for fans.
For more information on American Express visit www.americanexpress.com/entertainment