U.S. Mid-Amateur Champions

1981: Jim Holtgrieve d. Bob Lewis Jr., 2 up; Bellerive C.C., St. Louis, Mo.; Medalists — 145, Jay Sigel, Jay Rustman; Entries: 1,638

1982: William Hoffer d. Jeffrey Ellis, 3 and 2; Knollwood Club, Lake Forest, Ill.; Medalist — 137, Jay Sigel; Entries: 1,779

1983: Jay Sigel d. Randy Sonnier, 1 up; Cherry Hills C.C., Englewood, Colo.; Medalists — 139, Lawrence Stubblefield, Randy Sonnier; Entries: 2,186

1984: Michael Podolak d. Bob Lewis Jr., 5 and 4; Atlanta Athletic Club (Highlands Course), Duluth, Ga.; Medalists — 146, Bob Lewis Jr., Danny Yates; Entries: 2,243

1985: Jay Sigel d. O. Gordon Brewer Jr., 3 and 2; The Vintage Club (Mountain Course), Indian Wells, Calif.; Medalist — 137, Dennis Saunders; Entries: 2,577

1986: Bill Loeffler d. Charles Pinkard, 4 and 3; Annandale G.C., Madison, Miss.; Medalist — 140, Larry Clark; Entries: 2,511

1987: Jay Sigel d. David Lind, 20 holes; Brook Hollow G.C., Dallas, Texas; Medalist — 139, Randy Sonnier; Entries: 2,630

1988: David Eger d. Scott Mayne, 2 and 1; Prairie Dunes C.C., Hutchinson, Kan.; Medalists — 140, Jay Sigel, Randy Sonnier, John Harris; Entries: 2,492

1989: James Taylor d. Bill Hadden, 4 and 3; Crooked Stick G.C., Carmel, Ind.; Medalist — 135, Sean Knapp; Entries: 3,007

1990: Jim Stuart d. Mark Sollenberger, 1 up; Troon G. & C.C., Scottsdale, Ariz.; Medalist — 141, Mitch Voges; Entries: 3,397

1991: Jim Stuart d. Bert Atkinson, 1 up; Long Cove Club, Hilton Head Island, S.C.; Medalist — 138, William Hadden; Entries: 3,684

1992: Danny Yates d. David Lind, 1 up; Detroit (Mich.) G.C. (North Course); Medalist — 138, John Grace; Entries: 3,692

1993: Jeff Thomas d. Joey Ferrari, 1 up; Eugene (Ore.) C.C.; Medalist — 139, Jay Coatta; Entries: 3,600

1994: Tim Jackson d. Tommy Brennan, 1 up; Hazeltine National G.C., Chaska, Minn.; Medalist — 136, Tom Kroll; Entries: 3,720

1995: Jerry Courville Jr. d. Warren Sye, 1 up; Caves Valley G.C., Owings Mills, Md.; Medalist — 139, John Harris; Entries: 3,885

1996: John “Spider” Miller d. Randy Lewis, 3 and 2; Hartford G.C., West Hartford, Conn.; Medalist — 139, Jerry Courville Jr.; Entries: 4,102

1997: Ken Bakst d. Rick Stimmel, 1 up; Dallas Athletic Club (Blue Course), Mesquite, Texas; Medalist — •132, Bert Atkinson; Entries: §5,271

1998: John “Spider” Miller d. Chip Holcombe, 1 up; NCR C.C. (South Course), Dayton, Ohio; Medalist — 136, Steve Sheehan; Entries: 4,095

1999: Danny Green d. Jerry Courville Jr., 2 and 1; Old Warson C.C., St. Louis, Mo.; Medalist — 139, Ed Brooks; Entries: 4,267

2000: Greg Puga d. Wayne Raath, 3 and 1; The Homestead (Cascades Course), Hot Springs, Va.; Medalists — 138, Jim Wilson, Jeff Wilson, Darryl Donovan, Dale Fuller; Entries: 4,326

2001: Tim Jackson d. George Zahringer, 1 up; San Joaquin C.C., Fresno, Calif.; Medalist — •132, Jeff Wilson; Entries: 4,667

2002: George Zahringer d. Jerry Courville Jr., 3 and 2; The Stanwich Club, Greenwich, Conn.; Medalists — 142, George Zahringer, Pat Carter, Bill Sharpe; Entries: 4,549

2003: Nathan Smith d. Bryan Norton, match conceded due to injury; Wilmington (Del.) C.C. (South Course); Medalist — 137, Tripp Davis; Entries: 4,469

2004: Austin Eaton III d. Josh Dennis, 1 up; Sea Island G.C. (Seaside Course), St. Simons Island, Ga.; Medalists — 137, Paul Simson, Jeff Wilson; Entries: 4,371

2005: Kevin Marsh d. Carlton Forrester, 10 and 9; The Honors Course, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Medalist — 138, Darin Newhouse; Entries: 4,130

2006: Dave Womack d. Ryan Hybl, 1 up; Forest Highlands G.C. (Canyon Course), Flagstaff, Ariz.; Medalists — 139, Carlton Forrester, Ryan Hybl, Trip Kuehne; Entries: 4,052

2007: Trip Kuehne d. Dan Whitaker, 9 and 7, Bandon Dunes (Ore.) Resort (Bandon Dunes Course); Medalists — 144, Richard Berkmeyer, Tim Hogarth, Stephen Sear, George Zahringer, Trip Kuehne, Austin Eaton; Entries: 4,426

2008: Steve Wilson d. Todd Mitchell, 5 and 4; Milwaukee C.C., River Hills, Wis.; Medalist — 138, Skip Berkmeyer; Entries: 3,839

2009: Nathan Smith d. Tim Spitz, 7 and 6; The Kiawah Island (S.C.) Club (Cassique); Medalists — 140, Mike McCoy, Nathan Smith; Entries: 4,188

2010: Nathan Smith d. Tim Hogarth, 7 and 5; Atlantic Golf Club, Bridgehampton, N.Y.; Medalists – 144, Nathan Smith, Tim Hogarth, Scott Harvey; Entries: 3,860

2011: Randal Lewis d. Kenny Cook, 3 and 2; Shadow Hawk Golf Club, Richmond, Texas; Entries: 3,743

2012: Nathan Smith d. Garrett Rank, 1 up; Conway Farms Golf Club, Lake Forest, Ill.; Medalist – 141, Brad Valois; Entries: 3,810

2013: Michael McCoy d. Bill Williamson, 8 and 6; Country Club of Birmingham (West Course), Birmingham, Ala.; Medalist – 136, Matthew Mattare; Entries: 4,238    

Record qualifying score (1997, 2001)

§ Record entry (1997)

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