USGA events for the 2019 season

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USGA events for the 2019 season

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USGA events for the 2019 season

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The United States Golf Association has 16 events listed on its 2019 calendar.

Here is a schedule and links to results:

Latin America Amateur

Jan. 17-20, Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic.

Recap: Alvero Ortiz earns Masters invite with victory.

U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball

April 27-May 1, Timuquana Country Club, Jacksonville, Fla.

Recap: Megan Furtney and Erica Shepherd claim U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball title.

U.S. Senior Women’s Open

May 16-19, Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club, Southern Pines, N.C.

Recap: Helen Alfredsson wins by two at Pine Needles Lodge & Country Club.

U.S. Amateur Four-Ball

May 25-29, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (Old Macdonald), Bandon, Ore., and Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (Pacific Dunes), Bandon, Ore.

Recap: In a nail-biter of a final match, Scott Harvey and Todd Mitchell won the U.S. Men’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship on Wednesday on the Old Macdonald Course at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.

U.S. Women’s Open

May 30-June 2, Country Club of Charleston, Charleston, S.C.

Recap: Twenty-three year old South Korean Jeongeun Lee6 was on the practice putting green preparing for a possible playoff when she realized that she’d won the 74th U.S. Women’s Open.

Tees for players use at the 10th tee during a Tuesday practice round at the 2019 U.S. Open. (Photo: Michael Madrid/USA TODAY Sports)

U.S. Open

June 13-16, Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, Calif.

Recap: Gary Woodland, the second- and third-round leader, held off an early Sunday charge from Brooks Koepka to win his first major championship.

U.S. Senior Open

June 27-30, Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind.

Recap: Early in the final round on Sunday evening at Warren Golf Course, Steve Stricker put the finishing touches on one of the most dominant wire-to-wire performances in recent tour history.

U.S. Junior Amateur

July 15-20, Inverness Club, Toledo, Ohio

Recap: Preston Summerhays defeated Bo Jin 2&1 to win the 72nd U.S. Junior Amateur at Inverness Club.

U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur

July 22-27, SentryWorld, Stevens Point, Wis.

Recap: The final match of the 71st U.S. Girls’ Junior at SentryWorld in Stevens Point, Wis., came down to the 36th hole, with No. 7 seed Lei Ye holding on to defeat No. 5 seed Jillian Bourdage 1 up.

U.S. Women’s Amateur

Aug. 5-11, Old Waverly Golf Club, West Point, Miss.

Recap: After surviving a late-match caddie change and six lead changes, Gabriela Ruffels became the first Australian to win the U.S. Women’s Amateur championship.

U.S. Amateur

Aug. 12-18, Pinehurst Resort & Country Club (Course No. 2), Village of Pinehurst, N.C., and Pinehurst Resort & Country Club (Course No. 4), Village of Pinehurst, N.C.

Recap: Georgia Tech’s Andy Ogletree defeated Vanderbilt’s John Augenstein 2 and 1 in the 36-hole final match to win the 119th U.S. Amateur.

U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur

Aug. 24-29, Cedar Rapids Country Club, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Recap: If the headline looks familiar, chances are you read a similar story last year. At the 2018 U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur, Lara Tennant defeated Australia’s Sue Wooster 3 and 2 to capture the title at Orchard Island Golf and Beach Club in Vero Beach, Fla.

U.S. Senior Amateur

Aug. 24-29, Old Chatham Golf Club, Durham, N.C.

Recap: Bob Royak defeated Roger Newsom 1 up to win the U.S. Senior Amateur at Old Chatham Golf Club in Durham, NC.

Walker Cup

Sept. 7-8, Royal Liverpool, Hoylake, England

Recap: History shows United States Walker Cup players enjoy playing singles rather than foursomes golf. It proved the difference in the 47th match. The USA successfully defended the trophy won two years ago in Los Angeles with a 15½–10½ victory at Royal Liverpool. A dominant performance in the final singles session ultimately decided the destination of George Herbert Walker’s trophy

U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur

Sept. 14-19, Forest Highlands Golf Club, Flagstaff, Ariz.

Recap: It was an all-New York final in Flagstaff, Arizona at the 2019 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur with Ina Kim-Schaad coming out a with a 3 & 2 win over Talia Campbell in an 18-hole final.

U.S. Mid-Amateur

Sept. 14-19, Colorado Golf Club, Parker, Colo., and CommonGround Golf Course, Aurora, Colo.

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