The Moles Golfing Society received an invitation to travel to the U.S. Amateur at The Country Club, and members were rewarded by Matt Fitzpatrick's victory that ended a long drought for England at the championship.
Nearly a year since his breakout win at the British Boys Championship, Matthew Fitzpatrick put a stamp on American golf with a 4-and-3 victory in the U.S. Amateur championship to set up tickets to the Masters, U.S. Open and Open Championship.
Calm, cool and collective. Oliver Goss can be seen as any one of these descriptions on the golf course. On Saturday, Goss defeated good mate and Australian National Team teammate Brady Watt, 2-up, in the second semifinal match of the U.S. Amateur at The Country Club.
Three matches, three crucial birdies at 17 for Scottie Scheffler as he has advanced through the U.S. Amateur at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. – something to share, perhaps, with fellow Texan Justin Leonard.
On a day where five of the eight quarterfinalists were foreign-born players at the U.S. Amateur at The Country Club, we leave Friday for the first time with an all foreign-born semifinal on Saturday. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Friday’s four matches.
Corey Conners, a semifinalist at the U.S. Amateur, and Garrett Rank, his caddie for the week after failing to advance to match play, are keeping it light on the course during these high pressure situations.
The stage is set at the U.S. Amateur, with a decidedly international flavor as the quarterfinalists take to The Country Club on Friday. We take a closer look at the match-ups, including who will be moving onto Saturday's semifinals.
The first round of match play is in the books at the U.S. Amateur at The Country Club. On a sunny, but windy day just outside of Boston, 32 players moved on to Thursday's play. Here are 5 Things you need to know from the U.S. Amateur.
Jason Anthony had already taken his wallet, watch and money out of his bag, thinking he was eliminated in a 17-for-15 playoff at the U.S. Amateur after a triple-bogey 7. But the golf gods had other plans for the 30-year-old.
While 17 players will play for 15 spots at 7 a.m. on Wednesday morning at the U.S. Amateur, Georgia Tech coach Bruce Heppler can take solace in the fact that he has three players already having advanced to the Round of 64 -- including a man he left off the 2013 postseason roster, Richy Werenski.
Englishman Neil Raymond and Australian Brady Watt will share medalist honors at the U.S. Amateur, with both players going 6 under during stroke play. Meanwhile, four of five U.S. Walker Cuppers miss the cut.