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Jonathan Lowrey signals his tee shot right at No. 18. Lowrey Lowrey missed the cut.
Shugo Imahira watches his tee shot at No. 8. Imahira was T14 for stroke play and moves on to match play.
C.J. Espino of Castaic, Calif., tees off at No. 1 during Tuesday stroke play.
Jordan Spieth of Dallas, TX, tests the wind at No. 9 before hitting his approach shot.
J. D. Tomlinson of Gainesville, Fla., watches his approach at No. 17. Tomlinson finished T11 and moves on to match play.
Andrew Fogg of Greenwood, Ind., reacts to his putt at No. 8. Fogg will have to play in a play off to secure a spot for match play.
Charlie Saxon of Tulsa, Okla., tries to get out of the deep rough at No. 17.
Curtis Thompson of Coral Springs, Fla., hits his tee shot at No. 2.
A crowd gathers at No. 1 to watch defending champion Jordan Spieth tee off.
Justin Thomas of Goshen, Ky., shot a 68 during Tuesday stroke play.
Curtis Thompson of Coral Springs, Fla., posted a 66 to take medalist honors from Gavin Hall and Jordan Spieth at the 63rd U.S. Junior Amateur.
Anthony Paolucci of Del Mar, Calif., chips up to No. 7 during Tuesday stroke play. Paolucci shot a second round 71.
Jordan Spieth of Dallas, TX. shot a 68 to post a stroke play total of 135.
Gavin Hall (left), Curtis Thompson (center) and Jordan Spieth all went low on a rain-soaked Egypt Valley Country Club on Tuesday.
Hours after Gavin Hall (right) lit up Egypt Valley CC for a U.S. Junior-record 62, Jordan Spieth (left) answered back with a 5-under 31 on his second nine to share medalist honors with Hall.
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Gavin Hall of Pittsford, N.Y., walks with Egypt Valley head pro, Jim Amiot after shooting a record 62 during Tuesday stroke play.
Gavin Hall of Pittsford, N.Y., is all smiles after posting a record 62 during Tuesday stroke play.
Gavin Hall is all smiles after posting a U.S. Junior Amateur-record 62 during Tuesday stroke play.
R&A chief Peter Dawson with the Claret Jug.
Justin Thomas tied the U.S. Junior Amateur nine-hole scoring record with a 6-under 30 on Egypt Valley’s back nine.
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