2019 U.S. Junior Amateur Fast FactsInverness Club, Toledo, Ohio

Noah Goodwin, in 2017, became the first U.S. Junior Amateur champion to earn an exemption into the U.S. Open. (USGA/Jeff Haynes)
   
Championship Venue Inverness Club, Toledo, Ohio
Dates of Championship July 15-20
Opened 1903
Architect Donald Ross (restorations done by Arthur Hills in 1999 and Andrew Green in 2018)
Yardage/Par 7,408 yards/Par 71 (Subject to change)
Hole by Hole (All yardages/par subject to change)
Hole 1:
395 yards (par 4)
Hole 2: 485 yards (par 4)
Hole 3: 240 yards (par 3)
Hole 4: 433 yards (par 4)
Hole 5: 170 yards (par 3)
Hole 6: 467 yards (par 4)
Hole 7: 480 yards (par 4)
Hole 8: 605 yards (par 5)
Hole 9: 462 yards (par 4)
OUT: 3,737 yards (par 35)
Hole 10
: 380 yards (par 4)
Hole 11: 377 yards (par 4)
Hole 12: 198 yards (par 3)
Hole 13: 516 yards (par 5)
Hole 14: 485 yards (par 4)
Hole 15: 470 yards (par 4)
Hole 16: 405 yards (par 4)
Hole 17: 482 yards (par 4)
Hole 18: 358 yards (par 4)
IN: 3,671 yards (par 36)
TOTAL: 7,408 yards (par 71)
Field 156 competitors
Entries Open April 3
Entries Close June 5 at 5 p.m. EDT
Eligibility Open to any male amateur golf who has not reached his 19th birthday by July 21 and whose Handicap Index does not exceed 4.4.
2018 Championship Michael Thorbjornsen, 16, of Wellesley, Mass., rallied to defeat left-hander Akshay Bhatia, of Wake Forest, N.C., 1 up, in the 36-hole final match on the Upper Course at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J. To read more, click here.
Quotable “It feels amazing. Personally for myself I feel like this is probably the biggest junior event you can win and I somehow managed to win it. It just feels amazing because I haven't won a tournament in around just over a year now, so this is the perfect tournament for me to win.” -- Michael Thorbjornsen
Notable Past Events at Inverness 1920 U.S. Open (Ted Ray)
1931 U.S. Open (Billy Burke)
1944 NCAA Championship (Team: Notre Dame; individual: Louis Lick, University of Minnesota)
1957 U.S. Open (Dick Mayer)
1979 U.S. Open (Hale Irwin)
1986 PGA Championship (Bob Tway)
1993 PGA Championship (Paul Azinger)
2003 U.S. Senior Open (Bruce Lietzke)
2009 NCAA Men's Championship (Team: Texas A&M; individual: Matt Hill, North Carolina State)
2011 U.S. Senior Open (Olin Browne)
U.S. Junior Amateurs in Ohio ((2) 1977: Ohio State University Golf Club, Columbus (Willie Wood)
1986: Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin (Brian Montgomery)
Notable U.S. Junior Amateur Fact This will be the final U.S. Junior Amateur to be staged with 156 players. Starting in 2020, the field will expand to 264 players and use two venues for stroke play.
Notable U.S. Junior Amateur Champions Johnny Miller (1964); Gary Koch (1970); Willie Wood (1977); Charlie Rymer (1985); David Duval (1989); Tiger Woods (1991-93); Hunter Mahan (1999); Brian Harman (2003); Kevin Tway (2005); Jordan Spieth (2009, 2011)
Notable U.S. Junior Amateur Runners-Up Ken Venturi (1948); Jay Sigel (1961); Andy North (1967); Scott Simpson (1972): Mark Wilson (1992); Charles Howell III (1996); Trevor Immelman (1997); Aaron Baddeley (1998); Camilo Villegas (1999); Ryan Moore (2000); Justin Thomas (2010)
Schedule of Play Monday, July 15 (Stroke Play, Round 1, 18 holes)
Tuesday, July 16 (Stroke Play, Round 2, 18 holes)
Wednesday, July 17 (Round of 64, match play)
Thursday, July 18 (Round of 32/Round of 16, match play)
Friday, July 19 (Quarterfinals/Semifinals, match play)
Saturday, July 20, Championship Match, 36 holes)
Match-Play Cut The low 64 scorers from stroke play will advance to match play. If necessary, a playoff will be conducted to trim the field to exactly 64 golfers.
Future Sites 2020: Hazeltine National Golf Club, Chaska, Minn./July 20-25 (Note: Beginning in 2020, field will expand from 156 to 264 players)
2021: The Country Club of North Carolina, Village of Pinehurst, N.C./July 19-24