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U.S. Junior Amateur Preview
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Dates: Monday, July 16th through Saturday, July 21st
Site: The Golf Club of New England, Stratham, New Hampshire
Course Architect: Arnold Palmer (2003)
Par: 72
Yardage: 7,175
HolePar and YardsHolePar and Yards
1 Par 4 426 yds 10 Par 5 521 yds
2 Par 4 383 yds 11 Par 4 369 yds
3 Par 5 546 yds 12 Par 4 434 yds
4 Par 4 477 yds 13 Par 4 388 yds
5 Par 5 572 yds 14 Par 3 176 yds
6 Par 3 165 yds 15 Par 5 573 yds
7 Par 4 443 yds 16 Par 4 413 yds
8 Par 3 209 yds 17 Par 3 187 yds
9 Par 4 420 yds 18 Par 4 473 yds
36 3,641 yds 36 3,534 yds
Annual: 65th
Schedule of Play: Stroke Play - Monday, July 16th and Tuesday, July 17th,
(field reduced to the lowest 64 players, who advance to match play),
Match Play - Wednesday, July 18th - First round,
Thursday, July 19th - Second and Third rounds,
Friday, July 20th - Quarter/Semifinal rounds,
Saturday, July 21st - Championship match
2011 Champion: Jordan Spieth
Runner-Up: Chelso Barrett
Lowest Medalist Score (36 holes): 132 (James Vargas, 2001)
Lowest Medalist Score (18 holes): 62 (Gavin Hall, 2010)
Last Year's Results
Jordan Spieth def. Chelso Barrett, 6 & 5
Jordan Spieth def. Adam Ball, 7 & 5
Chelso Barrett def. Nicolas Echavarria, 1-up (19 holes)
Jordan Spieth def. Andrew Whalen, 2 & 1
Chelso Barrett def. William Starke, 1-up
Adam Ball def. Beau Hossler, 2 & 1
Nicolas Echavarria def. Ryan Benton, 2 & 1
Past U.S. Junior Amateur Results
2011 Jordan Spieth def. Chelso Barrett, 6 & 5
2010 Jim Liu def. Justin Thomas, 4 & 2
2009 Jordan Spieth def. Jay Hwang, 4 & 3
2008 Cameron Peck def. Evan Beck, 10 & 8
2007 Cory Whitsett def. Anthony Paolucci, 8 & 7
2006 Philip Francis def. Richard Lee, 3 & 2
2005 Kevin Tway def. Bradley Johnson, 4 & 3
2004 Sihwan Kim def. David Chung, 1-up
2003 Brian Harman def. Jordan Cox, 5 & 4
2002 Charlie Beljan def. Zac Reynolds, 1-up (20 holes)
2001 Henry Liaw def. Richard Scott, 2 & 1
2000 Matthew Rosenfeld def. Ryan Moore, 3 & 2
1999 Hunter Mahan def. Camilo Villegas, 4 & 2
1998 James Oh def. Aaron Baddeley, 1-up
1997 Jason Allred def. Trevor Immelman, 1-up
1996 Shane McMenamy def. Charles Howell, 1-up (19 holes)
1995 D.Scott Hailes def. James Driscoll, 1-up
1994 Terry Noe def. Andy Barnes, 2-up
1993 Tiger Woods def. Ryan Armour, 1-up (19 holes)
1992 Tiger Woods def. Mark Wilson, 1-up
1991 Tiger Woods def. Brad Zwetschke, 1-up (19 holes)
1990 Mathew Todd def. Dennis Hillman, 1-up
1989 David Duval def. Austin Maki, 1-up
1988 Jason Widener def. Brandon Knight, 1-up
1987 Brett Quigley def. Bill Heim, 1-up
1986 Brian Montgomery, def. Nicky Goetze, 2 & 1
1985 Charles Rymer def. Gregory Lesher, 1-up (19 holes)
1984 Doug Martin def. Brad Agee, 4 & 2
1983 Tim Straub def. John Mahon, 1-up
1982 Rick Marik def. Tim Straub, 4 & 3
1981 Scott Erickson def. Matt McCarley, 4 & 3
1980 Eric Johnson def. Bruce Soulsby, 4 & 3
1979 Jack Larkin def. Billy Tuten, 1-up
1978 Donald Hurter def. Keith Banes, 1-up (21 holes)
1977 Willie Wood def. David Games, 4 & 3
1976 Madden Hatcher III def. Doug Clarke, 3 & 2
1975 Brett Mullin def. Scott Templeton, 2 & 1
1974 David Nevatt def. Mark Tinder, 4 & 3
1973 Jack Renner def. Mike Brannan, 1-up (20 holes)
1972 Robert T. Byman def. Scott Simpson, 2 & 1
1971 Mike Brannan def. Robert Steele, 4 & 3
1970 Gary Koch def. Mike Nelms, 8 & 6
1969 Aly Trompas def. Eddie Pearce, 3 & 1
1968 Eddie Pearce def. W.B. Harman Jr, 6 & 5
1967 John T. Crooks def. Andy North, 2 & 1
1966 Gary Sanders def. Ray Leach, 2-up
1965 James Masserio def. Lloyd Liebler, 3 & 2
1964 John Miller def. Enrique Sterling Jr, 2 & 1
1963 Gregg McHatton def. Richard Bland, 2 & 1
1962 James L. Wiechers def. James Sullivan, 4 & 3
1961 Charles S. McDowell def. Jay Sigel, 2-up
1960 William L. Tindall def. Robert L. Hammer, 2 & 1
1959 Larry J. Lee def. Michael V. McMahon, 2-up
1958 Gordon Baker def. R.Douglas Lindsay, 2 & 1
1957 Larry Beck def. David C. Leon, 6 & 5
1956 Harlan Stevenson def. Jack D. Rule Jr, 3 & 1
1955 Billy J. Dunn def. William J. Seanor, 3 & 2
1954 Foster Bradley Jr def. Al Geiberger, 3 & 1
1953 Rex Baxter Jr def. George Warren, 2 & 1
1952 Donald M. Bisplinghoff def. Eddie M. Meyerson, 2-up
1951 K.Thomas Jacobs Jr def. Floyd Addington, 4 & 2
1950 Mason Rudolph def. Charles Beville, 2 & 1
1949 Gay Brewer def. Mason Rudolph, 6 & 4
1948 Dean Lind def. Ken Venturi, 4 & 2
Winners of this prestigious event reads like a who's who of superstars, starting with none other than Tiger Woods, who captured three consecutive Junior Amateur Championships from 1991-93. Other prominent past winners are: Gay Brewer, Johnny Miller, Gary Koch, Jack Renner, Willie Wood, Brett Quigley, David Duval and Hunter Mahan. Let's not forget some notable runners-up: Ken Venturi, Jay Sigel, Scott Simpson, Andy North, Al Geiberger, Charles Howell III, Trevor Immelman, Aaron Baddeley, Camilo Villegas and Ryan Moore.

Last season, Jordan Spieth became only the second person in U.S. Junior Amateur history to win this championship a second time, as he defeated Chelso Barrett, 6 & 5. Spieth, who was the only player in the field to be competing in his fourth U.S. Junior, joined Woods as the only other multiple winner, as he also titled at this championship in 2009. Jim Liu, the defending champion, was ousted in the second round by Barrett.

The 36-hole championship match did not start out well for Spieth at the Olympic Course at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Wash. Barrett took a quick 2-up lead after two holes, but he rebounded to take a 1-up lead of his own after eight holes. Although Barrett squared the match on 10, Spieth dominated play the rest of the way, as he played the final eight holes of the morning 18 in four-under par to take a 3-up advantage. The afternoon round was more of the same, as Spieth increased his lead to 6-up after 27 holes and closed out the match on the 31st hole.

Back in 2010, Jim Liu earned a 4 & 2 victory over Justin Thomas to become the youngest winner in the history of the tournament. Liu rallied from an early deficit and never trailed after the seventh hole of the scheduled 36-hole match play final. The 14-year-old from Smithtown, New York beat Woods' record to become the youngest winner in championship history. Woods set the previous mark at 15 years, six months and 28 days when he captured his first championship in 1991. Liu wrapped up the victory on No. 16 at Egypt Valley Country Club when Thomas conceded his competitor's three-foot par putt after missing a five-footer of his own. Despite the match ending on the 34th hole, it was actually the smallest winning margin for a U.S. Junior final since 2006.

In 2009, stroke-play medalist Spieth wrapped up an impressive run with a 4 & 3 win over Jay Hwang in the 36-hole match play final. Spieth had made the cut at the Byron Nelson Championship the last two years, tying for 16th in 2010 and tying for 32nd in 2011. Spieth, who is playing this week at the John Deere Classic, has made the cut in two of four events this year, including a tie for 21st at the U.S. Open.

Cameron Peck crushed Evan Beck in the final of 2008 in the largest margin of victory in the event's history, 10 & 8. Peck dominated the final from the start, winning six of the first eight holes. The afternoon session was all Peck, as he won six of the 10 holes to close out the match. In all, Peck lost only two of the 28 holes played. Staged at Shoal Creek in Alabama, the course played to 7,251 yards, the longest in Junior Amateur history.

Philip Francis of Scottsdale, Arizona defeated nearby Chandler, Arizona resident Richard Lee in 2006, 3 & 2. En route to the final, both players defeated a past Junior Amateur champion: Francis over 2004 winner Sihwan Kim, in 20 holes in the quarterfinals; and Lee over 2005 winner Kevin Tway, 1 up, in the semifinals.

In 2005, Tway, the son of PGA Tour and Champions Tour player Bob Tway, celebrated his 17th birthday in style when he defeated Bradley Johnson, 5 & 3, in the final. Tway did something his father Bob, the 1986 PGA Champion, never managed in his amateur career. The elder Tway failed to make it out of the first round of match play in both of his appearances in this event.

The championship is open to male amateur golfers who will not have reached their 18th birthday on or before July 21, 2012, and who have a USGA Handicap Index not exceeding 6.4. Entries closed May 30. The USGA received 2,941 entries for this year's U.S. Junior. The largest entry was 4,508 in 1999.

Not only will this be the first U.S. Junior Amateur held at The Golf Club of New England, it will also be the first USGA championship in the state of New Hampshire. The course has previously been the site of USGA sectional qualifying for the U.S. Amateur and USGA Senior Women's Amateur in 2004, the 2005 U.S. Mid-Amateur and the USGA Senior Amateur in 2005-06 and 2009.

The Junior Amateur is the only USGA championship for which Jack Nicklaus has been eligible that he did not win at least once. Nicklaus qualified for the Junior Amateur five times (first time at age 12) but his best finish came in 1956, when he was a semifinalist.

The 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur will be played at Martis Camp Club in Truckee, California. The dates of the championship are July 22-27.

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Kim downs Ramsey to win
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Ko downs Green to win Women's Am
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Simson wins U.S. Senior Am
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Fox completes stunning comeback
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Smith wins U.S. Mid-Am
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Stasi tops Waynick in Mid-Am final
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Chapman wins another major
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Port wins U.S. Senior Women's Am
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Final 2012 United States Golf Association Results
(Complete through Thursday, October 11th, 2012)

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Winner (Score)Runners-Up
Curtis CupGB&I (10 1/2 - 9 1/2)United States
U.S. OpenWebb Simpson ( +1, 281)Graeme McDowell
  Michael Thompson
U.S. Women's Amateur PLKyung Kim ( 4 & 2 )Ashlan Ramsey
U.S. Women's OpenNa Yeon Choi ( -7, 281)Amy Yang
U.S. Amateur Public LinksT.J. Vogel (12 & 10)Kevin Aylwin
U.S. Senior OpenRoger Chapman (-10, 270)Fred Funk
  Bernhard Langer
  Tom Lehman
  Corey Pavin
U.S. Junior AmateurAndy Hyeon Bo Shim (4&3)Jim Liu
U.S. Girls' JuniorMinjee Lee ( 1-up )Alison Lee
U.S. Women's AmateurLydia Ko ( 3 & 1 )Jaye Marie Green
U.S. AmateurSteven Fox ( 1-up )Michael Weaver
USGA Senior Women's AmateurEllen Port ( 4 & 3 )Jane Fitzgerald
U.S. Mid-AmateurNathan Smith ( 1-up )Garrett Rank
USGA Men's State TeamNew York ( +2, 428)Iowa
Women's World Amateur TeamKorea (-13, 563)Germany
USGA Senior AmateurPaul Simson ( 4 & 3 )Curtis Skinner
World Amateur TeamUnited States (-24, 404)Mexico
U.S. Women's Mid-AmateurMeghan Stasi ( 6 & 5 )Liz Waynick

As of October 11, 2012, at 01:06 PM ET
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