Tis the season of U.S. Open qualifying. Keep track of local qualifying here as tournaments are staged at 111 sites across the country.
The Golfweek New England Junior is quickly approaching. Keep track of the field here before play kicks off July 30 at Blue Hill Country Club in Canton, Mass.
David Kim runs out to a three-shot lead at the AJGA Under Armour/Gary Woodland Championship, while Lilia Vu is part of a three-way tie on the girls side after Round 1.
A total of 13 sectional qualifiers will take place Monday, with approximately 90 qualifying spots available for next week’s U.S. Open at Congressional. RESULTS
Starting times for the first two rounds of the U.S. Amateur, Aug. 23-24 at the par-71, 7,742-yard Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash., and the pa-72, 7,309-yard The Home Course in Dupont, Wash.
Donald Constable held off an eleventh-hour charge from Kelly Kraft on Saturday at Pinehurst No. 2 to win the North & South Amateur.
Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland became the first European winner of the U.S. Open since Tony Jacklin did it 40 years ago, shooting even par for the championship. The victory took McDowell to a career-best world No. 13 ranking, an improvement of 24 positions. Runner-up Gregory Havret of France, who finished a stroke behind, jumped from 391 to 104.
Top finishers from each local qualifier will advance to one of thirteen 36-hole sectional qualifiers, to be played May 24 in Surrey, England, and Saitama Pref, Japan, and June 7 across the U.S.
A Sandhills sampler and new Wolfpack track provide more fireworks than the South Carolina vs. N.C. State season opener. Martin Kaufmann explains.
Byeong-Hun An became the youngest U.S. Amateur champion Sunday with a 7-and-5 victory over Ben Martin at Southern Hills.
Ben Martin and Byeong-Hun An advanced to the final of the U.S. Amateur Saturday.
Charlie Holland, Ben Martin, Bhavik Patel and Byeong-Hun An advanced to the semifinals at the U.S. Amateur.
Steve Ziegler beat Dan Woltman in 22 holes Thursday in a dramatic match at the U.S. Amateur that had Walker Cup implications.
Charlie Holland was home in Dallas just before last Christmas when he and swing coach Cameron Doan began working on some swing changes. “It was mostly lower body stuff,” said Holland, a senior at Texas. “I was kind of jumping at the ball at impact. We worked on that and a few other little things.”
Eight players were selected to the U.S. Walker Cup team before the start to this week’s U.S. Amateur. Only one remains after Round 1.