Dunne beats food poisoning to progress as Hurley and Sharvin face US Amateur KO

Dunne beats food poisoning to progress as Hurley and Sharvin face US Amateur KO

Paul Dunne gave the assembled press some laughs after his second round.

Greystones’ Paul Dunne battled food poisoning and exhaustion to qualify for today’s first matchplay round of the weather-delayed US Amateur Championship but Gary Hurley and Cormac Sharvin face an uphill task to keep their hopes alive.

The 22-year old, who was recognised and congratulated by many spectators and volunteers for his performance in last month’s Open Championship at St Andrews, birdied the par-five 18th on the South Course from around eight feet for a one under 69 and a level par aggregate of 140 that left him provisionally tied 16th.

Detailed scoreboard

That will be more than good enough to make the top 64 when the second strokeplay qualifying round is completed today after Tuesday’s delayed start prevented 54 players in the 312-strong field from completing 36 holes.

Dunne confessed that he slept poorly and had hardly eaten a thing for 24 hours after a Sunday night dinner with Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup captain Nigel Edwards and other players on Sunday night.

“It’s my fault for ordering the fish tacos and the fish cakes,” quipped a wan Dunne at the finish, pleased he was certain to make the leading 64 who go through the first round of matchplay combat today.

A 90-minute delay caused by torrential overnight rain on Monday did little to help Dunne, who was running low on energy when the hooter to suspend play due to darkness sounded just minutes after he’d finished.

“I wasn’t feeling the best at all but I just thought if I shot par or better today I would get through,” said Dunne, who birdied the first from two feet and get back to level for the championship after Monday’s one over 71 on the tougher North Course. 

Paul Dunne plays his approach to the 18th on the South Course at Olympia Fields

"I was just trying to get the ball on the club face the first couple of holes, which are long and demandiing, because I wasn’t feeling too great.

“The greens were very soft after the rain and I played really mixed because there was some really good golf and some terrible stuff as well.”

After a birdie at the par-five seventh and a good par save at the 10th, Dunne was cruising until tiredness set in and he made soft bogeys at the 15th and 17th. 

“For the first 14 holes, I managed to keep bogeys off my card, which was pleasing considering I hit a lot of bad shots,” he said. “But I scrambled well and my short game was good. 

“I made a couple of bogeys coming in but it was nice to make a birdie on the last to secure my place. I’m happy to get in without panicking too much." 

However, Irish team mates Hurley of Maynooth University and West Waterford and Ardglass and Stirling University’s Sharvin, still had two holes to play when play was called off until 0730 local time today (Wed, 1330 in Ireland).

With the cut for the top 64 projected to fall at three over, playoffs would almost certainly be needed to decide the Top 64 proper.

Hurley was two over for the day and four over for the championship as he stood on the 17th tee on the South Course with Sharvin on five over with the same holes remaining.

“Seventeen is a tough hole but 18 is a definite birdie hole,” said Hurley, who drew a plugged lie near the green at the second and made a double bogey six. 

“I started off poorly enough but  started to play better later 18 is definitely a chance. It would be nice to stick around.”

Sharvin bogeyd the fourth fiftth and eighth to go to five over but having pulled a shot back with a good birdie at the 11th, he missed chances on the four greens and then bogeyed the 16th, fluffing a chip after what he thought was a perfect approach sailed over the green.

At five over, Sharvin need to birdie his last two holes to give himself a chance of a likely playoff for the last few qualifying spots.

At the top of the leaderboard, 19-year old Australia’s Brett Coletta posted a 36-hole total of seven-under-par 133 to hold the clubhouse lead.

Rain delayed the start of the second round of stroke play by 90 minutes on Tuesday morning and 54 players did not complete 36 holes. Play was halted because of darkness at 7:13 p.m., and the second round of stroke play will resume at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Dunne pulled his own bag at Olympia Fields to the surprise of some local media.

Asked if he had been to visit his alma mater — the University of Birmingham, Alabama, he said: “No I haven’t. I am still on the amateur budget. I will definitely go if I turn pro and make some money and can afford flights. 

"I have quite a busy schedule coming up until just before Christmas so hopefully I will have time."

Hoping for a Walker Cup call up, Dunne plans to turn professional and head for the First Stage of the European Tour Q-School unless he makes the Top 15 in ther world next week and earns an exemption into stage two. He then hopes to secure a handful of European Tour invitations.

"It would be great to finish as high up the leaderbaord as you can, but it doesn't matter, everyone starts from scratch tomorrow and I am looikjig forward to matchplay now." 

Jordan Niebrugge, who won the Silver Medal at St Andrews, explained that the felt more pressure to do well in events after his performance at The Old Course, where he finished tied sixth, Dunne said: he felt the opposite.

"Being exposed to such a pressure-packed environment made the European Amateur and the US Amateur this week a little less nerve racking," he said. "Standing on the first tee in the first round I found myself a little less nervous the last two weeks that I have before.

"I found it more settling than anything else. I don't think of other people’s expectations of myself, I just try to stick to my own expectations and performance goals so that doesn’t impact on me":

As for his lack of a caddie, he said : "No. We are here as part of the Irish team and have a budget to keep so a caddie would fall outside the budget. It’s all right. These trollies are good."

Asked what he'd learnt from Louis Oosthuizen in the final group at The Open, he said: "I noticed how relaxed he was, coming down the last needing birdie to get in a playoff.

"It was almost like he was out for a Sunday stroll back in South Africa. Just to see how comfortable someone could be in that environment was something I learned I need to get better at."

As for his plans he said he'd turn pro after the Walker Cup team is selected.

"It would be great to play. It is something I have always wanted to do. Hopefully we can get a record number of Irish lads on it this year, which would be great. I look forward to the challenge but for now I am looking forward to the challenge this week."

OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill.  – Results from Tuesday’s second round of stroke play at the 2015 U.S. Amateur Championship, played on the 7,234-yard, par-70 North (NC) and the 7,045-yard, par-70 South (SC) Courses at Olympia Fields Country Club.

Detailed scoreboard

(Play was suspended due to darkness at 7:13 p.m. CDT with 54 players still on course)

Brett Coletta, Australia 67 SC-66 NC--133

David Oraee, Greeley, Colo. 67 NC-67 SC--134

Lee McCoy, Athens, Ga. 66 SC-70 NC--136

George Cunningham, Tucson, Ariz. 71 NC-66 SC--137

Robby Shelton, Wilmer, Ala. 68 NC-69 SC--137

Maverick Antcliff, Augusta, Ga. 72 NC-65 SC--137

Ryan Ruffels, Australia 66 NC-72 SC--138

Josh Munn, New Zealand 70 NC-68 SC--138

Matt NeSmith, North Augusta, S.C. 65 SC-73 NC--138

Adam Ball, Glen Allen, Va. 68 SC-70 NC--138

Jake Staiano, Cherry Hills Village, Colo. 71 SC-67 NC--138

Sepp Straka, Valdosta, Ga. 67 SC-71 NC--138

Jacob Hicks, Mebane, N.C. 72 NC-68 SC--140

Paul Dunne, Republic of Ireland 71 NC-69 SC--140

Austin James, Canada 73 NC-67 SC--140

Davis Riley, Hattiesburg, Miss. 71 NC-69 SC--140

Sean Crocker, Westlake Village, Calif. 69 SC-71 NC--140

Taylor Hancock, Clearwater, Fla. 71 SC-69 NC--140

Chase Koepka, West Palm Beach, Fla. 69 SC-71 NC--140

Austin Connelly, Canada 71 SC-69 NC--140

Bryson DeChambeau, Clovis, Calif. 70 SC-70 NC--140

Will Grimmer, Cincinnati, Ohio 71 NC-70 SC--141

Cameron Young, Scarborough, N.Y. 71 NC-70 SC--141

Will Zalatoris, Plano, Texas 70 NC-71 SC--141

Nathan Yankovich, Blacklick, Ohio 66 SC-75 NC--141

Hank Lebioda, Winter Springs, Fla. 68 SC-73 NC--141

Sam Stevens, Wichita, Kan. 70 SC-71 NC--141

Alex Burge, Bloomington, Ill. 70 SC-71 NC--141

David Cooke, Bolingbrook, Ill. 71 SC-70 NC--141

Chelso Barrett, Surry, N.H. 72 SC-69 NC--141

Zachary Olsen, Cordova, Tenn. 73 NC-69 SC--142

Gunn Yang, Republic of Korea 73 NC-69 SC--142

Robby Salomon, Monterey, Calif. 69 NC-73 SC--142

Romain Langasque, France 72 NC-70 SC--142

Derek Bard, New Hartford, N.Y. 72 NC-70 SC--142

Miller Capps, Denver, N.C. 70 NC-72 SC--142

Robbie Ziegler, Madison, Wis. 72 SC-70 NC--142

Matt Oshrine, Baltimore, Md. 72 SC-70 NC--142

Roman Robledo, Harlingen, Texas 71 SC-71 NC--142

Denny McCarthy, Rockville, Md. 72 SC-70 NC--142

Garrett Rank, Canada 68 SC-74 NC--142

Sam Horsfield, England 72 SC-70 NC--142

Reed Hrynewich, Muskegon, Mich. 68 SC-74 NC--142

Aaron Whalen, Ephrata, Wash. 75 NC-68 SC--143

Michael Johnson, Birmingham, Ala. 72 NC-71 SC--143

Jon Rahm, Spain 74 NC-69 SC--143

Johnny De Los Reyes, Antioch, Calif. 74 NC-69 SC--143

Billy Kennerly, Alpharetta, Ga. 71 NC-72 SC--143

Beau Hossler, Mission Viejo, Calif. 75 NC-68 SC--143

Rico Hoey, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. 76 NC-67 SC--143

Adrian Meronk, Poland 72 SC-71 NC--143

Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C. 68 SC-75 NC--143

Nicholas Ross, Canada 72 SC-71 NC--143

Sean Kelly, Staten Island, N.Y. 72 SC-71 NC--143

David Snyder, McAllen, Texas 69 SC-74 NC--143

Jonathan Garrick, Atherton, Calif. 72 SC-71 NC--143

Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo. 73 SC-70 NC--143

Jackson Juerling, Indianapolis, Ind. 74 SC-69 NC--143

Stuart Macdonald, Canada 68 SC-75 NC--143

Robin Sciot-Siegrist, France 74 NC-70 SC--144

Fred Wedel, The Woodlands, Texas 74 NC-70 SC--144

Lucas Herbert, Australia 74 NC-70 SC--144

Braden Thornberry, Olive Branch, Miss. 71 NC-73 SC--144

Blair Hamilton, Canada 72 NC-72 SC--144

Jack Maguire, St Petersburg, Fla. 76 NC-68 SC--144

Jake Koppenberg, Bellingham, Wash. 71 SC-73 NC--144

Zach Seabolt, Raleigh, N.C. 70 SC-74 NC--144

Hudson Carpenter, Stillwater, Minn. 69 SC-75 NC--144

Jordan Woolf, Fort Worth, Texas 74 SC-70 NC--144

Roman Aragon, Mission Viejo, Calif. 72 SC-72 NC--144

Gabriel Lench, Lake Mary, Fla. 72 SC-72 NC--144

Jared Bettcher, Auburn, Ala. 72 SC-72 NC--144

Dan Stringfellow, Roselle, Ill. 73 NC-72 SC--145

Grant Forrest, Scotland 74 NC-71 SC--145

Matthew Dunn, Houston, Texas 71 NC-74 SC--145

Chris Harris, Atlanta, Ga. 69 NC-76 SC--145

Luis Fernando Barco, Peru 71 NC-74 SC--145

Collin Morikawa, La Canada Flintridge, Calif. 70 NC-75 SC--145

John Oda, Honolulu, Hawaii 71 NC-74 SC--145

Doug Hanzel, Savannah, Ga. 72 NC-73 SC--145

Mike McCoy, Des Moines, Iowa 76 NC-69 SC--145

Stuart Smallwood, Paris, Texas 70 NC-75 SC--145

Ian Holt, Stow, Ohio 72 NC-73 SC--145

Claudio Correa, Chile 71 NC-74 SC--145

Dan Ellis, Lansing, Mich. 68 NC-77 SC--145

Pep Angles, Spain 78 SC-67 NC--145

Spencer Painton, Aurora, Colo. 71 SC-74 NC--145

William Rainey, Charlotte, N.C. 75 SC-70 NC--145

Nick Hardy, Northbrook, Ill. 68 SC-77 NC--145

Nathan Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa. 71 SC-74 NC--145

Stoney Crouch, Mount Juliet, Tenn. 70 SC-75 NC--145

Taylor McCullum, Hoover, Ala. 72 SC-73 NC--145

Andrew Kozan, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 72 SC-73 NC--145

Jonah Texeira, Porter Ranch, Calif. 71 SC-74 NC--145

Carson Young, Pendleton, S.C. 77 NC-69 SC--146

Kyle Cornett, Mill Creek, Wash. 74 NC-72 SC--146

Tom Vining, Sioux Falls, S.D. 73 NC-73 SC--146

Henry Smart, England 77 NC-69 SC--146

Victor Wiggins, Gastonia, N.C. 72 NC-74 SC--146

Chris Guglielmo, Cumming, Ga. 77 NC-69 SC--146

Ben Wolcott, Dickson, Tenn. 71 NC-75 SC--146

Stewart Hagestad, Newport Beach, Calif. 74 NC-72 SC--146

Shad Tuten, Augusta, Ga. 72 NC-74 SC--146

Tom Bayliss, England 75 NC-71 SC--146

Cody Blick, Danville, Calif. 69 NC-77 SC--146

Francesco Ruffino, Bloomfield Village, Mich. 73 NC-73 SC--146

Daniel Hudson, Western Springs, Ill. 76 NC-70 SC--146

Doug Ghim, Arlington Heights, Ill. 76 NC-70 SC--146

Sam Bernstein, New York, N.Y. 77 NC-69 SC--146

Jorge Garcia, Venezuela 73 SC-73 NC--146

Peter Jones, Owatonna, Minn. 74 SC-72 NC--146

Franklin Huang, Poway, Calif. 71 SC-75 NC--146

Michael Nagy, Manistique, Mich. 69 SC-77 NC--146

Keith Unikel, Potomac, Md. 74 SC-72 NC--146

Ryan Pelletier, Mansfield, Mass. 74 SC-72 NC--146

Jordan Niebrugge, Mequon, Wis. 73 SC-73 NC--146

Arthur Kim, Tigard, Ore. 73 SC-73 NC--146

Andy Ogletree, Little Rock, Miss. 72 SC-74 NC--146

Bryan Norton, Mission Hills, Kan. 73 SC-73 NC--146

Bryan Baumgarten, Granite Bay, Calif. 71 SC-75 NC--146

James Holley, Chatsworth, Calif. 76 SC-70 NC--146

Michael Muehr, Potomac Falls, Va. 71 NC-76 SC--147

Rigel Fernandes, Tampa, Fla. 78 NC-69 SC--147

Patrick Moriarty, Rockville, Md. 73 NC-74 SC--147

Michael VanDeventer, Columbus, Ind. 76 NC-71 SC--147

Marcus Kinhult, Sweden 75 NC-72 SC--147

Vince Whaley, Fayetteville, Ga. 75 NC-72 SC--147

Max Rottluff, Germany 75 NC-72 SC--147

Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C. 72 NC-75 SC--147

Lee Whitehead, Knoxville, Tenn. 75 NC-72 SC--147

Shotaro Ban, San Jose, Calif. 75 NC-72 SC--147

Alex Lee, Sacramento, Calif. 73 SC-74 NC--147

Charles Danielson, Osceola, Wis. 75 SC-72 NC--147

Kenneth Fadke, Hobbs, N.M. 76 SC-71 NC--147

Chris Babcock, Shoreline, Wash. 76 NC-72 SC--148

Alex Franklin, San Rafael, Calif. 76 NC-72 SC--148

Joseph Winslow, Overland Park, Kan. 74 NC-74 SC--148

Kyle Suppa, Honolulu, Hawaii 71 NC-77 SC--148

Andrew Price, Lake Bluff, Ill. 75 NC-73 SC--148

Eugene Hong, Sanford, Fla. 74 NC-74 SC--148

Brett Viboch, Moraga, Calif. 72 NC-76 SC--148

Braden Bailey, Groves, Texas 78 NC-70 SC--148

Mark Cusic, California, Md. 77 NC-71 SC--148

Edwin Yi, Beaumont, Calif. 72 SC-76 NC--148

Josh Irving, Fort Worth, Texas 75 SC-73 NC--148

Stephen Franken, Raleigh, N.C. 73 SC-75 NC--148

Dylan Wu, Medford, Ore. 75 SC-73 NC--148

Brett McIntosh, Canada 73 SC-75 NC--148

Ashton Van Horne, Georgetown, Ky. 78 SC-70 NC--148

Erick Alonso, Haworth, N.J. 74 SC-74 NC--148

Will Long, Gastonia, N.C. 76 SC-72 NC--148

Ricky Castillo, Yorba Linda, Calif. 73 SC-75 NC--148

Michael Hyland, Medford, N.J. 73 SC-75 NC--148

Jake Kneen, White Lake, Mich. 70 SC-78 NC--148

Austin Eckroat, Edmond, Okla. 75 SC-73 NC--148

Ben Griffin, Chapel Hill, N.C. 75 NC-74 SC--149

Jonny Hogan, Santa Barbara, Calif. 74 NC-75 SC--149

Connor Campbell, Orange, Calif. 77 NC-72 SC--149

Matthew Giovannelli, Ocala, Fla. 73 NC-76 SC--149

Jake Istnick, Dallas, Texas 74 NC-75 SC--149

Kyler Tate, Winter Garden, Fla. 76 NC-73 SC--149

Tanner Napier, Paris, Texas 75 NC-74 SC--149

Evan Russell, Grantham, N.H. 76 NC-73 SC--149

Rylee Iacolucci, Cle Elum, Wash. 76 NC-73 SC--149

Johnny Decker, Verona, Wis. 74 SC-75 NC--149

Bryce Geraghty, Cantonment, Fla. 74 SC-75 NC--149

Ewen Ferguson, Scotland 78 SC-71 NC--149

Jonathan Diianni, Kernersville, N.C. 74 SC-75 NC--149

Michael Bernard, Huber Heights, Ohio 79 SC-70 NC--149

Nicholas Cummings, Weston, Mass. 70 SC-79 NC--149

Kieran Purcell, Nutley, N.J. 75 SC-74 NC--149

Cameron Davis, Australia 77 SC-72 NC--149

Kyle Jones, Snowflake, Ariz. 74 SC-75 NC--149

Austin Smotherman, Loomis, Calif. 76 SC-73 NC--149

Cameron Willis, Eaton, Ohio 73 SC-76 NC--149

Jimmy Hervol, Hopkinton, Mass. 76 NC-74 SC--150

Turner Southey-Gordon, Canada 74 NC-76 SC--150

John Jackopsic, West Hartford, Conn. 73 NC-77 SC--150

McKinley Slade, Saunderstown, R.I. 79 NC-71 SC--150

Daniel Whelan, Coral Springs, Fla. 77 NC-73 SC--150

Billy Walthouse, Longmeadow, Mass. 73 NC-77 SC--150

Paul Pastore, Greenwich, Conn. 77 NC-73 SC--150

Travis Rose, Nicholasville, Ky. 75 NC-75 SC--150

Joe Parkinson, Alpine, Utah 73 SC-77 NC--150

Tyler Collier, Chico, Calif. 73 SC-77 NC--150

Sean Walsh, Keller, Texas 70 SC-80 NC--150

Jake Harpe, Griffin, Ga. 73 SC-77 NC--150

Harrison Shih, Saddle River, N.J. 75 SC-75 NC--150

Noah Woolsey, Pleasanton, Calif. 73 SC-77 NC--150

Zach Healy, Peachtree Corners, Ga. 74 SC-76 NC--150

Jimmy Jones, Tampa, Fla. 76 SC-74 NC--150

Keegan Vea, Evansville, Ind. 74 NC-77 SC--151

Jake Fendt, Suwanee, Ga. 75 NC-76 SC--151

Jake Yount, Danville, Calif. 73 SC-78 NC--151

Brandon Mancheno, Jacksonville, Fla. 76 SC-75 NC--151

John Clare, Camillus, N.Y. 75 SC-76 NC--151

Zach Gaugert, Waunakee, Wis. 78 SC-73 NC--151

Freddy Thomas, Lakeville, Minn. 76 SC-75 NC--151

Roberto Lebrija, Mexico 77 SC-74 NC--151

Joey Savoie, Canada 71 SC-80 NC--151

Antonio Murdaca, Australia 75 SC-76 NC--151

Tye Waller, Griffin, Ga. 75 SC-76 NC--151

Garrett Browning, Imperial, Pa. 75 SC-76 NC--151

Hayden Wood, Edmond, Okla. 78 NC-74 SC--152

Bryan Shin, Republic of Korea 77 NC-75 SC--152

Philip Barbaree, Shreveport, La. 75 NC-77 SC--152

Broc Everett, West Des Moines, Iowa 77 NC-75 SC--152

Cole Miller, New Tripoli, Pa. 79 NC-73 SC--152

Scottie Scheffler, Dallas, Texas 79 NC-73 SC--152

Bill Carlson, Fargo, N.D. 78 NC-74 SC--152

Andrew Orischak, Hilton Head Island, S.C. 76 SC-76 NC--152

Nick Marsh, England 80 SC-72 NC--152

Charles Wang, People's Republic of China 73 NC-80 SC--153

Doug Kleeschulte, Kingston, N.Y. 85 NC-68 SC--153

Cristobal Del Solar, Tallahassee, Fla. 79 NC-74 SC--153

David Kocher, Charlotte, N.C. 77 NC-76 SC--153

Sydney Chung, Jackson, Tenn. 76 SC-77 NC--153

Drew Lethem, Olathe, Kan. 78 SC-75 NC--153

Nick Eberhardt, Lake Wylie, S.C. 76 SC-77 NC--153

Sam Gillis, San Jacinto, Calif. 75 SC-78 NC--153

Richard Gilkey, Bakersfield, Calif. 74 SC-79 NC--153

Hagen Fell, Austin, Texas 76 SC-77 NC--153

Adam Wood, Zionsville, Ind. 79 SC-74 NC--153

Garett Reband, Fort Worth, Texas 74 SC-79 NC--153

Stanhope Johnson Jr., Greensboro, N.C. 78 NC-76 SC--154

David Weisfeld, New York, N.Y. 78 NC-76 SC--154

Andrew Levitt, Ladera Ranch, Calif. 76 NC-78 SC--154

Tyler Strafaci, Davie, Fla. 77 NC-77 SC--154

Ross Kronberg, Norwalk, Conn. 74 SC-80 NC--154

Josh Lorenzetti, Blythewood, S.C. 80 NC-75 SC--155

Mack Foster, Knoxville, Ill. 79 SC-76 NC--155

Christopher Kupniewski, Erie, Pa. 78 SC-77 NC--155

Dave Szewczul, Farmington, Conn. 79 SC-76 NC--155

Joshua Baskins, Reno, Nev. 77 SC-78 NC--155

Steve Irwin, Arvada, Colo. 76 NC-80 SC--156

Byron Meth, San Diego, Calif. 74 NC-82 SC--156

Alex Weiss, Pickerington, Ohio 82 NC-74 SC--156

Zac Dittmer, Kansas City, Mo. 77 NC-79 SC--156

Tyler Saunders, Canada 77 SC-79 NC--156

Michael Brown Jr., Maple Shade, N.J. 76 NC-81 SC--157

Hide Yoshihara, Japan 77 NC-80 SC--157

Nick Paxson, Cincinnati, Ohio 81 NC-76 SC--157

Jack Sparling, Dublin, Ohio 75 NC-83 SC--158

Sean McGuire, Twinsburg, Ohio 80 NC-78 SC--158

Micah Rodgers, Odessa, Texas 76 NC-82 SC--158

Jordan Gold, Orange, Calif. 71 SC-87 NC--158

Ryan Prokay, Grove City, Pa. 84 NC-75 SC--159

Alec Bone, Phoenix, Ariz. 80 NC-79 SC--159

Vinay Ramesh, Newtown, Pa. 80 SC-79 NC--159

Matthew Yun, Flushing, N.Y. 78 SC-81 NC--159

Patrick Tallent, Vienna, Va. 80 SC-80 NC--160

Marc Chandonnet, Lowell, Mass. 79 SC-81 NC--160

Will Echelmeier, Columbia, Mo. 83 NC-78 SC--161

Jordan Lewis, Marion, Ill. 80 SC-81 NC--161

Jack Wallace, Beverly, N.J. 81 SC-81 NC--162

Kyle Danford, Fort Collins, Colo. 81 SC-82 NC--163

Jordan Wetsch, St. Charles, Ill. 89 NC-77 SC--166

Kyler Dunkle, Larkspur, Colo. 86 NC-85 SC--171

(Did Not Finish)

Caleb Proveaux, Lexington, S.C. 73 NC

Kolton Crawford, Mansfield, Texas 75 NC

Broc Johnson, Auburn, Wash. 74 NC

Jacob Solomon, Dublin, Calif. 71 NC

Thomas Detry, Belgium 72 NC

Shane Barnes, Bloomington, Minn. 81 NC

Maverick McNealy, Portola Valley, Calif. 72 NC

Michael Balcar, Toledo, Ohio 72 NC

Conner Koberg, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 76 NC

Todd Mitchell, Bloomington, Ill. 74 NC

Seokwon Jeon, Draper, Utah 75 NC

Sam Burns, Shreveport, La. 72 NC

Kenta Konishi, Japan 66 NC

Matthew Perrine, Austin, Texas 70 NC

Max Greyserman, Short Hills, N.J. 74 NC

Michael Tolladay, Fresno, Calif. 78 NC

Alejandro Tosti, Argentina 77 NC

Ethan Farnam, Crystal Lake, Ill. 81 NC

Gary Hurley, Republic of Ireland 72 NC

Ryggs Johnston, Libby, Mont. 78 NC

Kyle De Silva, Orange, Calif. 73 NC

Cormac Sharvin, Northern Ireland 72 NC

Austin Bautista, Australia 73 NC

Daniel Wetterich, Cincinnati, Ohio 73 NC

Troy Johnson, Maple Grove, Minn. 73 NC

Josh Whalen, Canada 70 NC

Logan Lagodich, Canton, Ohio 76 NC

Corey Pereira, Cameron Park, Calif. 69 SC

Daniel De La Garza, Mexico 78 SC

John Michael O'Toole, Pinson, Ala. 74 SC

Cole Hammer, Houston, Texas 69 SC

Tyler Lewis, Grand Blanc, Mich. 79 SC

Eric Ricard, Shreveport, La. 76 SC

Jake Knapp, Costa Mesa, Calif. 70 SC

Philip Knowles, Bradenton, Fla. 73 SC

Kyle Mueller, Watkinsville, Ga. 73 SC

Conner Kumpula, Albany, Ore. 69 SC

Ryann Ree, Redondo Beach, Calif. 72 SC

Curtis Luck, Australia 69 SC

Evan Katz, Washington, D.C. 76 SC

Brian Scherer, Midland, Texas 78 SC

Corby Segal, Santa Clarita, Calif. 72 SC

Ryan Cole, Mount Airy, Md. 70 SC

Aaron Wise, Lake Elsinore, Calif. 75 SC

Troy Moses, Australia 75 SC

Hunter Stewart, Lexington, Ky. 71 SC

Chris Petefish, Danville, Calif. 73 SC

Eric Banks, Canada 76 SC

Cheng Jin, People's Republic of China 70 SC

Christopher Hickman, Centreville, Md. 70 SC

Carter Jenkins, Raleigh, N.C. 75 SC

Troy Evans, Barre, Vt. 80 SC

Noah Goodwin, Corinth, Texas 72 SC

Will Thomson, Pittsford, N.Y. 72 SC