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Jim Liu held a 3-up lead over Justin Thomas after the rain-soaked first half of the U.S. Junior finals. Liu went on to win 4 and 2 over Justin Thomas.
Jim Liu won the 2010 U.S. Junior Amateur at Egypt Valley Country Club in Ada, Mich., knocking off Tiger Woods as the youngest to win the championship.
Published on July 24, 2010
Justin Thomas at No. 8 during the finals of the U.S. Junior Amateur.
Justin Thomas hits his tee shot at No. 5.
Jim Liu with his caddie Branden Miklosovic at No. 9.
Jim Liu hits his tee shot at No. 5 during the first 18 holes of the final match.
Justin Thomas hits his tee shot at No. 6.
Jim Liu hits his tee shot at No. 6 in the rain.
Justin Thomas uses his body language to coax his chip at No. 9 during the first 18 hole match.
Justin Thomas reacts to his tee shot at No. 17 while Jim Liu walks toward the fairway during the first 18-hole match of the finals. Liu took a 3-up lead after 18.
Jim Liu hits his tee shot at No. 17 during the first 18 of the finals.
Justin Thomas grimaces after his tee shot at No. 8, the 26th hole, during the finals.
The crowds watch from behind at No. 13 as Jim Liu hits his second shot.
Justin Thomas hits his second shot at No. 14, his 32nd hole of the day during the second 18 of the finals.
Jim Liu gets a hug from his dad, Yiming Liu, after he defeated Justin Thomas, 4 and 2, in the finals of the U.S. Junior Amateur.
A large crowd gathers around at No. 14 to watch Justin Thomas and Jim Liu battle for the U.S. Junior Amateur title.
Jim Liu talks with Asher Wildman of Golfweek.com after winning the U.S. Junior Amateur at Egypt Valley Country Club in Ada, Mich.