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On break from camp, Dickson enjoying U.S. Junior

Will Dickson hasn't played much golf lately because of a caddie camp he is attending in Massachusetts. But that didn't stop him from advancing to the Round of 32 at the 2014 U.S. Junior Amateur.

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A closer look: U.S. Junior, Round of 32

While Wednesday's opening round of match play at the U.S. Junior Amateur will be a tough act to follow, the Round of 32 sets up to be a good one, as well. Here are five matches to watch, as well as the complete schedule and predictions.

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5 Things: Crocker survives; Dalke, other notables fall

As usual, the Round of 64 was an exciting one at the U.S. Junior Amateur. Top seed Sean Crocker survived a scare while notables like Brad Dalke and Austin Connelly weren't so lucky. There was a disqualification, two chip-in match winners and much more Wednesday in The Woodlands, Texas.

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With higher expectations, Augenstein advances

John Augenstein, who made a surprise run to the semifinals a year ago at the U.S. Junior, is expecting more out of himself this time around. So far, so good, too, for the 16-year-old from Kentucky, who advanced to the Round of 32 on Wednesday in The Woodlands, Texas.

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Foos inspired by Germany's athletic success

Dominic Foos is feeling inspired this week at the U.S. Junior Amateur. The 16-year-old German, who plans to turn pro at the end of the year, has witnessed two big victories by fellow countryman Martin Kaymer and a World Cup victory by the German national soccer team.

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A closer look: U.S. Junior, Round of 64

The Round of 64 for the U.S. Junior Amateur begins Wednesday at The Club at Carlton Woods’ Nicklaus Course. Here are five matches to keep an eye on, as well as the complete schedule for Wednesday’s first round of matches.

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5 Things: Horsfield, Crocker share stroke-play medal

After two days of stroke play in the Texas summer heat, the match-play field is set at the U.S. Junior Amateur. Sam Horsfield and Sean Crocker shared medalist honors while Davis Riley, Will Grimmer and Dominic Foos shared third to also advance Tuesday.

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Jeansonne doesn't let diabetes get in the way

Nathan Jeansonne was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when he was 2 years old. Now 17, Jeansonne is one of the top junior golfers in the country, is committed to play college golf at LSU and after shooting 68 Tuesday, has a spot in the Round of 64 at the U.S. Junior Amateur.

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Zalatoris embraces playing U.S. Junior in Texas

After five years, Will Zalatoris is finally getting to play in a U.S. Junior Amateur in his home state of Texas – and the Plano native is ready to take things one step at a time as he attempts to bring home the title this week in the Texas summer heat.

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Davis Riley off to hot start at U.S. Junior Amateur

Davis Riley, last year's U.S. Junior Amateur runner-up, fired a 5-under 67 to take the first-round lead on a hot day in The Woodlands, Texas. But he wasn't the only player to go low after playing well a year ago, as Sam Horsfield and Brad Dalke also find themselves in the top 5.

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U.S. Junior: Stroke-play tee times, pairings

Here are the tee times and pairings for the stroke-play qualifying rounds of the 2014 U.S. Junior Amateur July 21-22 at The Club at Carlton Woods' Nicklaus Course in The Woodlands, Texas.

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Poulter will play British Open with sore wrist

Ian Poulter, who injured his right wrist during last week's Scottish Open, said that an MRI on the wrist revealed no serious damage. However, the Englishman has a ganglion cyst and will play in the Open Championship.

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Augenstein (No. 6, 2016) commits to Vanderbilt

John Augenstein, ranked sixth in the Golfweek/Sagarin Junior Rankings for the Class of 2016, has committed to Vanderbilt.

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Seong cards record 64, medals at WAPL

Eun Jeong Seong enjoyed a record-setting day Tuesday en route to winning stroke-play medalist honors at the Women's Amateur Public Links.

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On heels of World Cup, Kaymer aims for back-to-back

Martin Kaymer has a chance this week to become the first back-to-back major champion since 2008, when Padraig Harrington won the Open Championship and PGA Championship.

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Tiger featured in new Derek Jeter Nike commercial

One of golf's greatest honoring one of baseball's greatest? In the new Nike commercial that shows several celebrities from sports, entertainment and politics, including the 14-time major champion, tipping their caps to the retiring New York Yankees shortstop, that's just what we get.

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Z. Johnson moves to 9th in Ryder Cup points

Zach Johnson's runner-up finish to Brian Harman at the John Deere Classic moved him into the top 9 of the latest U.S. Ryder Cup standings.

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OWGR: Justin Rose rises to 3rd after Scottish victory

Justin Rose will enter this week's Open Championship at Royal Liverpool as the No. 3-ranked golfer in the world after his victory Sunday at the Scottish Open.

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A closer look: Tiger Woods' British Open results

Tiger Woods will make his 18th Open Championship appearance when he tees it up this week at Royal Liverpool. Here's a look at Woods' British Open performances by year.

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Beale ousts Madey in 38 holes to win Pacific NW Am

James Beale needed 38 holes to defeat Cole Madey and win the Pacific Northwest Amateur Friday at Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman, Wash.

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IMG to title sponsor Junior World Championships

IMG Academy announced Friday that it will replace Callaway Golf as the title sponsor of the Junior World Golf Championships beginning in 2015.

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Beale to face Madey in Pacific NW Amateur final

Former Mercer teammates James Beale and Hans Reimers each qualified for Thursday morning's quarterfinals of the Pacific Northwest Amateur, but it was Beale who advanced to face Cole Madey in Friday's final at Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman, Wash.

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Wake signee Zalatoris wins shortened Trans-Miss

Inclement weather shortened the Trans-Mississippi Championship from 72 to 36 holes, and it was Will Zalatoris taking home the title despite not playing a hole Thursday at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.

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Connelly helps West tie East, retain Wyndham Cup

Austin Connelly defeated Davis Riley, 1 up, to earn the final point and help the West retain the Wyndham Cup on Thursday at Old Sandwich Golf Club in Plymouth, Mass.

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O'Meara (elbow) WDs from British Open; Fisher in

Mark O'Meara withdrew Thursday from next week's Open Championship, citing an elbow injury.

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Thomson, 13, becomes youngest U.S. Am qualifier

Will Thomson, a 13-year-old from Pittsford, N.Y., became the youngest qualifier in U.S. Amateur history Monday.

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Dufner honors former Auburn football player

Jason Dufner will honor former Auburn football player Philip Lutzenkirchen, who died last month, with an orange-and-blue No. 43 patch on his bag.

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East opens up 1-point lead at Wyndham Cup

Qi Wen Wong and Rinko Mitsunaga went undefeated to help the East open up an 8-7 lead Tuesday at the Wyndham Cup.

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Stricker WDs from British Open; Ishikawa in

Steve Stricker withdrew Tuesday from next week's Open Championship and will be replaced by Ryo Ishikawa in the field for the July 17-20 major championship at Royal Liverpool.

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Brandt-Richards wins stroke-play medal at Pacific NW

Dale Brandt-Richards claimed stroke-play medalist honors Monday at the Pacific Northwest Amateur.

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25 years of Wyndham Cup: All-time teams

This year marks the 25th year of the Wyndham Cup -- so to celebrate the occasion, here are Golfweek's all-time teams in the AJGA event.

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McDowell moves closer to European Ryder Cup spot

Graeme McDowell's victory at the French Open moved him closer to a Ryder Cup spot as the Northern Irishman moved to 10th in European Points and 12th in World Points – he was previously 22nd and 16th, respectively.

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OWGR: Cabrera cracks top 60; Woods falls to 7th

Angel Cabrera's first PGA Tour victory, at the Greenbrier Classic, moved him inside of the top 60 in the Official World Golf Ranking while Tiger Woods dropped two spots.

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Seven players earn British Open invites Sunday

Seven more players punched their Open Championship tickets Sunday with George McNeill, Chris Stroud, Cameron Tringale, Billy Hurley III, Robert Karlsson, Michael Hoey and Victor Riu all earning invites via the Open Qualifying Series.

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5 Things: Blixt opens Greenbrier defense with 64

Jonas Blixt began his title defense at the Greenbrier Classic with an opening-round 6-under 64 Thursday at The Old White TPC in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.

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Hoey earns match-play top seed at North and South

The Round of 16 is set at the North and South Amateur with Rico Hoey, a rising sophomore at USC, earning the top seed at Pinehurst No. 8.

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Hole-out eagle highlights Rodgers' 65 at Greenbrier

Patrick Rodgers moved a little closer to fulfilling his dream of earning his PGA Tour card with a strong opening round Thursday at the Greenbrier Classic.

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Stadler leads French Open in 1st Euro start since '06

Playing in his first European Tour event since 2006, Kevin Stadler carded a 7-under 64 to grab the first-round lead Thursday at the Alstom French Open in Paris.

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Hoey, Dornes share lead at North and South Amateur

Rico Hoey followed his first-round 3-under 68 with a second-round 68 and shares the lead with J.D. Dornes entering Thursday's final round of stroke play at the North and South Amateur.

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Baltusrol Golf Club to host 2018 U.S. Junior Am

Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield Township, N.J., will host the 2018 U.S. Junior Amateur, the U.S. Golf Association announced Wednesday.

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Rickie Fowler, friend 'OK' after car accident

Rickie Fowler is "OK" after he and a friend were involved in a car accident Tuesday evening in Jupiter, Fla.

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Lee duo highlights 2014 Wyndham Cup selections

Californians Andrea Lee and Amy Lee will represent the West for the third straight year at next week's Wyndham Cup as the West looks to defend July 7-10 at Old Sandwich Golf Club in Plymouth, Mass.

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Ko to 2nd, Wie to 6th in Rolex Rankings

While World No. 1 Stacy Lewis won the LPGA's Walmart NW Arkansas Championship on Sunday, it also was a good week for Lydia Ko as she finished T-2 and moved to No. 2 in the Rolex Rankings.

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OWGR: Rose rises to 8th after National victory

Justin Rose won a PGA Tour event for the fifth straight season, capturing the Quicken Loans National and moving to eighth in the Official World Golf Ranking.

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Compton, 9 others added to British Open field

Ten players, including Erik Compton and Brooks Koepka, were officially added to the Open Championship field on Wednesday.

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Greg Owen wins United Leasing Championship

Greg Owen recorded his first career Web.com Tour victory, winning the United Leasing Championship Sunday at Victoria National Golf Club in Newburgh, Ind.

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VIDEO: Hanson records ace, fan wins big at National

Peter Hanson made the first hole-in-one of his PGA Tour career Saturday at the Quicken Loans National.

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Rule ousts Seabolt in playoff for Dogwood title

Trey Rule outlasted Zach Seabolt in a two-hole playoff to capture the 2014 Dogwood Invitational Saturday at Druid Hills Golf Club in Atlanta.

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Goss shares lead with 3 others at Congressional

After missing the cut in his pro debut at last week's Travelers Championship, Oliver Goss understandably didn't have big expectations for his second pro start, at the Quicken Loans National. Those expectations have been raised now that Goss finds himself tied atop the leaderboard at Congressional.

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Burns, Lee lead by big margins at Rolex TOC

Sam Burns fired a 7-under 65 Thursday to increase his lead at the AJGA's Rolex Tournament of Champions. Burns, an LSU commit from Shreveport, La., is 17 under through three rounds at Richland Country Club in Nashville, Tenn.