U.S. Amateur official site | Scoring/Match Play Bracket Bandon, Ore. Georgia Tech’s Tyler Strafaci continued his magical summer Friday in the quarterfinals of the 120th United States Amateur Championship, winning his second straight thriller by knocking off 29-year-old mid-amateur Stewart Hagestad, 1-up, at Bandon Dunes Resort. After finishing off his first two opponents this week before the 18th hole, Strafaci has survived some final hole drama to claim his last two victories.
She realizes that when you play No. the rest of the team is looking down to see what the score is on your court, how you’re doing and what the body language shows. They look down and see her playing one of the top players in the country and see her in a dogfight and it gives them so much confidence in their match.
U.S. Amateur official site | Fact Sheet and Schedule | Inside the Field | 2019 Review THE FLATS – Looking to complete a strong summer finish and perhaps playing in the event together for perhaps the final time, Georgia Tech’s Noah Norton, Andy Ogletree, Luke Schniederjans and Tyler Strafaci begin competition Monday at the 120th United States Amateur Championship at Bandon Dunes Resort in Bandon, Ore.