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USGA announces U.S Amateur Four-Ball Tee Times
Jupiter Hills plays host to the 4th U.S. Four-Ball
Jupiter Hills plays host to the 4th U.S. Four-Ball

LIBERTY CORNER, N.J. (May 11, 2018) – The United States Golf Association (USGA) has announced tee times for the first two rounds of the 2018 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship on Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20 at the 7,253-yard Hills Course and the 6,630-yard Village Course at Jupiter Hills Club in Tequesta, Fla.

Related: FINAL: 2018 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Qualifying Roundup

The U.S. Amateur Four-Ball consists of 18 holes of stroke play on May 19 and 18 holes of stroke play on May 20, after which the 128 sides (256 players) will be reduced to the low 32 sides (64 players) for match play. There will be five rounds of match play, starting May 21 with the first round. The second and quarterfinal rounds are slated for May 22. The semifinals will be played the morning of May 23, with the 18-hole championship match scheduled to follow at 1 p.m. ET.

All Times ET

Saturday (May 19), Hills Course, Hole No. 1 / Sunday (May 20), Village Course, Hole No. 1


7 a.m./10:24 a.m. – Timothy Connors, Rye, N.Y. & Bradford Tilley, Easton, Conn.; Jesse Daley, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. & Justin Goodhue, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

7:12 a.m./10:36 a.m. – Chad Wilfong, Charlotte, N.C. & Davis Womble, Winston-Salem, N.C.; Stephen Dressel, Wayne, Pa. & Brian Gillespie, Newtown Square, Pa.

7:24 a.m./10:48 a.m. – Matthew Considine, Akron, Ohio & Putter Johnson, Chicago, Ill.; Stephen Brown, Canada & Ethan O'Meara, Canada

7:36 a.m./11 a.m. – Matthew Gibb, Canada & Ben Greve, Golden Valley, Minn.; Chris Dukeminier, Portland, Ore. & Jack Dukeminier, Beaverton, Ore.

7:48 a.m./11:12 a.m. – Peter Anderson, New York, N.Y. & John McCarthy, Cambridge, Mass.; Brett Hudson, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. & Scott Strickland, Birmingham, Mich.

8 a.m./11:24 a.m. – Alex Cusumano, St. Louis, Mo. & Garrett Marschke, Suwanee, Ga.; J.C. Riter, Portland, Ore. & Blake Seabaugh, Tigard, Ore.

8:12 a.m./11:36 a.m. – Clark Collier, Dallas, Texas & Kyle Hudelson, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Jeremy Grab, Daniel Island, S.C. & Jake McGlone, Charlotte, N.C.

8:24 a.m./11:48 a.m. – James Donley, Phoenix, Ariz. & Rob McIver, Phoenix, Ariz.; Thomas Eubanks, Charlotte, N.C. & Luke Hackworth, Charlotte, N.C.

8:36 a.m./12 p.m. – Zach Burry, Quincy, Ill. & Trent Wallace, Joliet, Ill.; Scott Shingler, Haymarket, Va. & Justin Young, Salem, Va.

8:48 a.m./12:12 p.m. – Jason Debuhr, Charlotte, N.C. & Jim Gates, Overland Park, Kan.; Rij Patel, Hunt Valley, Md. & Gregory Royston, South Africa

9 a.m./12:24 p.m. – Drew Mayhew, Canada & Peter Sauerbrei, Canada; Alex Jeffers, Watertown, Mass. & Garren Poirier, Killington, Vt.

9:12 a.m./12:36 p.m. – David Denham, Athens, Ga. & Stuart Moore, Gainesville, Ga.; Jason Buffone, New Lenox, Ill. & Andy Roderique, Frankfort, Ill.

9:24 a.m./12:48 p.m. – Nicholas Engen, Denver, Colo. & John Jarmul, Greenwood Village, Colo.; Bobby Bucey, Concord, Calif. & Brett Viboch, Moraga, Calif.

9:36 a.m./1 p.m. – Kenny Cook, Noblesville, Ind. & Sean Rowen, Greenwood, Ind.; Matt Hendrix, Greenville, S.C. & Michael Sims, Lexington, S.C.

9:48 a.m./1:12 p.m. – Sean Semenetz, Philadelphia, Pa. & Jack Wallace, Beverly, N.J.; Tommy Hart, Denver, Colo. & Jonathan Marsico, Englewood, Colo.

10 a.m./1:24 p.m. – Shawn Stoute, Katy, Texas & Toby Zeringue, Katy, Texas; Zachary Frazier, Las Vegas, Nev. & Christopher Laughlin, Edmond, Okla.

10:24 a.m./7 a.m. – Thomas Jenkins, Champlin, Minn. & Kevin Krigbaum, Champlin, Minn.; Jeff Fujimoto, Phoenix, Ariz. & Patrick Moore, Phoenix, Ariz.

10:36 a.m./7:12 a.m. – Frankie Capan, North Oaks, Minn. & Shuai Ming Wong, Hong Kong China; Jamie Miller, Orchard Park, N.Y. & James Smith, Juno Beach, Fla.

10:48 a.m./7:24 a.m. – Carson Barry, Eagle, Idaho & Sam Tidd, Meridian, Idaho; Jimmy Burke, Houston, Texas & Hunter Nelson, Houston, Texas

11 a.m./7:36 a.m. – Dennis Bull, Norwalk, Iowa & Andrew Price, Lake Bluff, Ill.; Clark Rustand, Tucson, Ariz. & Eric Rustand, Tucson, Ariz.

11:12 a.m./7:48 a.m. – Thomas Collins, Morristown, N.J. & Brian Komline, Bridgewater, N.J.; Jesse Galvon, Canada & Domingo Jojola, Burlingame, Calif.

11:24 a.m./8 a.m. – Guy Clauss, Newport Beach, Calif. & Brendan Gonzalez, Orange, Calif.; Tiger Godwin, Bartow, Fla. & Kelly Sellers, Lakeland, Fla.

11:36 a.m./8:12 a.m. – Corey Eddings, Roseville, Calif. & Kaleb Gorbahn, Canada; Andrew Rhodes, Westfield, Ind. & Ryan Utnage, Bloomington, Ind.

11:48 a.m./8:24 a.m. – Brent Roof, Columbia, S.C. & Paul Tucker, Waxhaw, N.C.; Joshua Irving, Dallas, Texas & Will Osborne, Fort Worth, Texas

12 p.m./8:36 a.m. – Brandon Dalinka, Margate City, N.J. & Bailey Patrick, Charlotte, N.C.; Robert Henley, Cambridge, Mass. & Davis Mullany, Pittsburgh, Pa.

12:12 p.m./8:48 a.m. – Tug Maude, Atlanta, Ga. & John Sawin, San Francisco, Calif.; Chris Durocher, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. & D.J. Lantz, Phoenix, Ariz.

12:24 p.m./9:00 a.m. – Joe Alfieri, Lutz, Fla. & Michael Barbosa, Vero Beach, Fla.; Sidney McKnight, Prairie Village, Kan. & Alan Stearns, Tustin, Calif.

12:36 p.m./9:12 a.m. – Brandon Berry, Ballardsville, Ky. & Trey Bowling, Manchester, Ky.; Don Carpenter, Athens, Ga. & Keith Guest, Athens, Ga.

12:48 p.m./9:24 a.m. – Richard Berkmeyer, St. Louis, Mo. & Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo.; Danny Amundson, Sioux Falls, S.D. & Michael Martin, Scottsdale, Ariz.

1 p.m./9:36 a.m. – Nathan Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa. & Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C.; Jeffrey Long, Ashburn, Va. & Matthew Rendell, England

1:12 p.m./9:48 a.m. – Garland Ferrell, Greenville, S.C. & Matthew Hayes, Marietta, Ga.; Mark Hannon, Bolingbrook, Ill. & Zach Hoffman, Omaha, Neb.

1:24 p.m./10 a.m. – Michael Knick, Ridgefield, Conn. & Jack Maguire, Ridgefield, Conn.; Ben Klaus, Oklahoma City, Okla. & Riley Pumphrey, Austin, Texas



ABOUT THE U.S. Amateur Four-Ball

The U.S. Amateur Four-Ball, the newest USGA championship, was played for the first time in 2015 at The Olympic Club in San Francisco, Calif. The event, which has no age restriction, is open to those with a Handicap Index of 5.4 or lower. It is one of 13 national championships conducted annually by the USGA, 10 of which are strictly for amateurs.

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