BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Scott Harvey, 36, of Greensboro, N.C., and Brad Nurski, 35, of St. Joseph, Mo., took different paths on their way to sharing medalist honors Sunday at the 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, held at Saucon Valley Country Club. Each player posted a two-round total of 1-under 141.

Harvey, the first-round leader with a 65, lost his five-stroke lead after beginning his second round with a double bogey and two bogeys. He regrouped with birdies on two of his last four holes for a 76 in the afternoon at the par-71, 7,068-yard Weyhill Course. Nurski caught fire on the inward nine of his morning round with birdies on four of his last eight holes at the par-71, 7,036-yard Old Course layout. He finished with a 1-under 70.

“It is an honor to be a co-medalist,” said Harvey, who was a 2010 Mid-Amateur quarterfinalist and also shared stroke-play medalist honors that year. “I was very pleased with the way that I came back and grinded on the back nine today to put myself in this position.”

The U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship consists of 36 holes of stroke play followed by six rounds of match play, with the championship scheduled to conclude with a 36-hole final on Thursday, Sept. 11, starting at 7 a.m. EDT.

The U.S. Mid-Amateur is one of 13 national championships conducted annually by the United States Golf Association, 10 of which are strictly for amateurs.

Harvey, a real estate property manager whose first-round performance was one stroke off the competitive course record, was 7 over par and three shots behind the leader at one point during the second round. He would later birdie the par-3 sixth and 568-yard, par-5 eighth to regain a share of the lead.

“I just started hitting fairways,” he said. “I missed a short putt on the first hole that kind of got my nerves a little bit rattled and it took me a few holes to calm down. I just put my head down and moved forward and did what I had to do.”

Nurski, a railroad conductor and switchman, finished off his late rally by sinking a 25-foot birdie putt from the front fringe on No. 18. He combined for five birdies and four bogeys.

“It’s an honor to tie for first out of 264 guys,” he said. “It’s always your goal to shoot as low as you possibly can and beat everybody. Now you only have to beat two people – the guy in your match and the golf course.”

Nurski struck a 9-iron to within 5 feet on the 176-yard, par-3 11th to begin his run. He added another birdie on No. 13 by hitting a flop shot over a bunker to set up a 6-foot putt. Nurski sank a 25-footer on the par-5 15th to complete an up-and-down from a greenside bunker.

“I just needed to slow down,” said Nurski about making a couple of bogeys on his outward nine. “[My caddie] said I rushing it a little bit, so I just took my time and started taking some better swings and putted pretty well.”

Bill Williamson, 37, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was alone at even-par 142 after shooting 1-over 72 at Weyhill. Williamson, last year’s Mid-Amateur runner-up, made four birdies and five bogeys.

“It’s a hard golf course,” he said. “The pin positions were tough. These were long [courses] and they played longer with the rains we had last night.”

Kevin Marsh, who won the 2005 Mid-Amateur, played steady golf at the Old Course and made every putt within 6 feet, including one for a par at his finishing hole. The 42-year-old from Henderson, Nev., registered two birdies and one bogey for a 1-under 70 and tied for fifth with a 36-hole score of 143.

“The greens are lot trickier out here (Old Course), there’s a lot more undulation so you have to be careful,” said Marsh about the difference in the two stroke-play courses. “You have to hit more drivers. There are some hard holes here.”

Kenny Ebalo, 31, of Las Vegas, Nev., joined Marsh at 1-over 143 in his second U.S. Mid-Amateur appearance. He admittedly got ahead of himself with bogeys on three of his last five holes and finished the round with a 73.

Todd White, 46, of Spartanburg, S.C., birdied his first two holes and then made a par-saving 10-foot putt en route to an even-par 71 at Weyhill. White, who carded a 73 in the first round and was tied with two other players at 3-over 144, reached the Mid-Amateur quarterfinals in 2012 and was a member of last year’s winning USA Walker Cup Team.

Nathan Smith, a four-time Mid-Amateur champion who has played on three USA Walker Cup Teams, also made a late birdie on Weyhill’s par-5 eighth, his 17th hole, to shoot 1-over 72. Smith, a 36-year-old from Pittsburgh who reached the quarterfinals at last month’s U.S. Amateur, posted a 76 in the first round.

“I knew I had to play well today, both courses are so tough, so you’re just not sure if you will have it out there,” said Smith, who has now advanced to match play in all 10 of his Mid-Amateur appearances. “I shot 72, that’s as good as I could have played.”

Defending U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Michael McCoy, 51, of West Des Moines, Iowa, registered a two-round total of 149 to reach match play. McCoy, who was the low amateur at this year’s U.S. Senior Open, was one of five past Mid-Amateur winners to advance.

Matthew Mattare, who reached the 2012 Mid-Amateur quarterfinals and was the stroke-play medalist last year, made a birdie on his last hole, the Old Course’s par-4 18th, to safely gain a spot in match play. Mattare, 28, of Jersey City, N.J., sank a 9-foot putt from left of the hole. He carded a pair of 74s.

“It’s all about getting to the (match play) bracket,” said Mattare, whose father, Gene, is Saucon Valley’s general manager and director of golf. “I feel confident going up against anybody playing this course.”

Sixteen players who tied for 62nd place at 9-over 151 will play off for the final three match-play berths. The playoff will start on Monday at 7 a.m. EDT and be conducted at the Weyhill Course.

BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Results from Sunday’s second round of stroke play at the 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, played at the 7,036-yard, par-71 Saucon Valley Country Club (Old Course) and 7,068-yard, par-71 Saucon Valley Country Club (Weyhill Course).

#Involved in 16-for-3 Monday morning playoff for final match-play spots.

(OC) – Old Course
(WC) – Weyhill Course

Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C.65 OC-76 WC–141

Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo.71 WC-70 OC–141

Bill Williamson, Cincinnati, Ohio70 OC-72 WC–142

Kevin Marsh, Henderson, Nev.73 WC-70 OC–143

Kenny Ebalo, Las Vegas, Nev.70 WC-73 OC–143

Aaron Crewse, North Canton, Ohio72 OC-72 WC–144

Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C.73 OC-71 WC–144

Chadd Slutzky, Deer Park, Ill.70 OC-74 WC–144

Andrew Wyatt, Midland, Texas75 WC-69 OC–144

Ricky Jones, Thomaston, Maine72 WC-72 OC–144

Matthew Swan, Atlanta, Ga.71 OC-74 WC–145

Jeffrey Fortson, Palm Desert, Calif.75 OC-70 WC–145

Andy Latowski, Plainsboro, N.J.75 OC-70 WC–145

Jeffrey Osberg, West Chester, Pa.74 WC-71 OC–145

Matt Schneider, Chandler, Ariz.74 OC-72 WC–146

Kevin Wolf, Lodi, Calif.74 OC-72 WC–146

Kenny Cook, Noblesville, Ind.77 OC-69 WC–146

Don Bell, Port Orange, Fla.70 OC-76 WC–146

Todd Burgan, Knoxville, Tenn.72 OC-74 WC–146

Matthew Cooper, Memphis, Tenn.74 WC-72 OC–146

Michael Muehr, Potomac Falls, Va.73 OC-74 WC–147

Andy Roberts, Owensboro, Ky.74 OC-73 WC–147

John Patterson, Bluffton, S.C.73 WC-74 OC–147

John Kelly, East Longmeadow, Mass.74 WC-73 OC–147

Denver Haddix, Lexington, Ky.73 WC-74 OC–147

Erik Ehlert, Raleigh, N.C.73 WC-74 OC–147

Stephen McKalko, Troy, Mich.73 WC-74 OC–147

Clark Mitzner, Dallas, Texas73 WC-74 OC–147

Brett Williams, Baldwin, Md.77 OC-71 WC–148

Michael Samp, Irving, Texas79 OC-69 WC–148

Trevor Randolph, Franklin Lakes, N.J.78 OC-70 WC–148

Scott McNeil, Philadelphia, Pa.76 OC-72 WC–148

Ramie Sprinkling, Camarillo, Calif.74 OC-74 WC–148

Michael Castleforte, Chicago, Ill.74 OC-74 WC–148

Tom Werkmeister, Kentwood, Mich.75 OC-73 WC–148

Nathan Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa.76 OC-72 WC–148

Corby Segal, Santa Clarita, Calif.75 OC-73 WC–148

Michael Harrington, Colorado Springs, Colo.74 OC-74 WC–148

TJ Brudzinski, Columbus, Ohio76 OC-72 WC–148

Christopher Baloga, Baltimore, Md.73 WC-75 OC–148

Jonas Mikals, Truckee, Calif.75 WC-73 OC–148

Matthew Mattare, Jersey City, N.J.74 WC-74 OC–148

German Tagle, Argentina78 OC-71 WC–149

Patrick Christovich, New Orleans, La.74 OC-75 WC–149

Trevor Sauntry, Houston, Texas78 OC-71 WC–149

Michael McCoy, Des Moines, Iowa73 OC-76 WC–149

Jon Olson, Ankeny, Iowa74 WC-75 OC–149

Ken Tanigawa, Paradise Valley, Ariz.76 OC-74 WC–150

Hunter Bronson, Montgomery, Ala.72 OC-78 WC–150

Randal Lewis, Alma, Mich.77 OC-73 WC–150

Shane Sigsbee, Las Vegas, Nev.75 OC-75 WC–150

Jeff Golden, Jacksonville, Fla.77 OC-73 WC–150

Nick Geyer, Albuquerque, N.M.76 OC-74 WC–150

Ned Zachar, Bedford, N.Y.75 OC-75 WC–150

Stephen Anderson, Hobe Sound, Fla.75 OC-75 WC–150

Don Dubois, Newport Beach, Calif.75 OC-75 WC–150

Michael Martin, Scottsdale, Ariz.74 WC-76 OC–150

Alex Downing, Lees Summit, Mo.74 WC-76 OC–150

Mike Weeks, Jupiter, Fla.74 WC-76 OC–150

Carlton Forrester, Atlanta, Ga.73 WC-77 OC–150

Dan Arison, Fairlawn, Ohio76 WC-74 OC–150

Stephen Cox, Jonesboro, Ark.75 OC-76 WC–151#

Dave Womack, McDonough, Ga.73 OC-78 WC–151#

Todd Mitchell, Bloomington, Ill.78 OC-73 WC–151#

John Pitt, Raleigh, N.C.75 OC-76 WC–151#

Kevin Grabeman, Columbus, Ohio76 OC-75 WC–151#

Mark Neider, Sandy, Utah74 OC-77 WC–151#

Brandon Aydlett, Metairie, La.74 OC-77 WC–151#

Tommy Clement, Mobile, Ala.78 OC-73 WC–151#

David Bennett, Meadow Vista, Calif.71 WC-80 OC–151#

Zach Atkinson, Colleyville, Texas78 WC-73 OC–151#

Joseph Rice IV, Dunkirk, Md.77 WC-74 OC–151#

Keith Blythe, Decatur, Ind.78 WC-73 OC–151#

Jeremy Defalco, Tucson, Ariz.74 WC-77 OC–151#

Thad Hudgens, Longwood, Fla.74 WC-77 OC–151#

Brad Valois, Warwick, R.I.75 WC-76 OC–151#

James Scorse, Churchville, N.Y.78 WC-73 OC–151#

(Failed to Qualify)

Douglas Hanzel, Savannah, Ga.78 OC-74 WC–152

Ronald Denunzio, Jeannette, Pa.74 OC-78 WC–152

Luis Romero, Huntington Beach, Calif.78 OC-74 WC–152

Luke Phillips, Edmond, Okla.75 OC-77 WC–152

Michael Dlugos, West Covina, Calif.79 OC-73 WC–152

Raman Luthra, East Amherst, N.Y.78 OC-74 WC–152

David Weisfeld, Scarsdale, N.Y.76 OC-76 WC–152

Rob Clever, Firestone, Colo.77 WC-75 OC–152

Jon Veneziano, Mount Dora, Fla.76 WC-76 OC–152

Matthew Kilgo, Charlotte, N.C.74 WC-78 OC–152

David Brown, Pittsburgh, Pa.76 WC-76 OC–152

Robbie Wight, West Palm Beach, Fla.76 WC-76 OC–152

John McClure, Austin, Texas72 WC-80 OC–152

Devlin Walsh, Napanoch, N.Y.71 WC-81 OC–152

Robert F Gerwin II, Cincinnati, Ohio78 WC-74 OC–152

Doug Clapp, Walpole, Mass.76 WC-76 OC–152

Brett Viboch, Carlsbad, Calif.74 WC-78 OC–152

B.W. Bruce, Marion, Ill.77 WC-75 OC–152

Scott Shingler, Haymarket, Va.76 WC-76 OC–152

Alex Rodger, Cincinnati, Ohio74 WC-78 OC–152

Steve Wilson, St. Martin, Miss.77 OC-76 WC–153

Tim Jackson, Germantown, Tenn.76 OC-77 WC–153

Walter Todd, Laurens, S.C.78 OC-75 WC–153

Timothy Kane, Rockville, Md.77 OC-76 WC–153

Cortland Lowe, Austin, Texas76 OC-77 WC–153

Kevin Beavers, Seattle, Wash.75 OC-78 WC–153

Trevor Hyde, Kerrville, Texas77 OC-76 WC–153

Garrett King, St  Simons Island, Ga.78 OC-75 WC–153

Warren Vickers, Phoenix, Ariz.85 OC-68 WC–153

Joseph Saladino, Huntington, N.Y.73 OC-80 WC–153

Theodore Collins, San Francisco, Calif.78 OC-75 WC–153

Dan Sullivan, Pasadena, Calif.75 OC-78 WC–153

James Miller, Silver Creek, N.Y.78 OC-75 WC–153

Drew Allenspach, Louisville, Ky.77 WC-76 OC–153

Benjamin Wescoe, New York, N.Y.75 WC-78 OC–153

Jaime Girardi, New Port Richey, Fla.76 WC-77 OC–153

Garren Poirier, Killington, Vt.76 WC-77 OC–153

Pete Krsnich, Wichita, Kan.77 WC-76 OC–153

Preston Smith, Fortville, Ind.76 WC-77 OC–153

Keith Humerickhouse, Eagle, Colo.73 WC-80 OC–153

John Hunter, Houston, Texas82 WC-71 OC–153

Jesse Hibler, Meridian, Idaho74 WC-79 OC–153

Bradley Bastion, Shelby Township, Mich.76 OC-78 WC–154

Kevin Carrigan, Canada79 OC-75 WC–154

Matthew Salane, Columbia, S.C.70 OC-84 WC–154

Derek Meinhart, Mattoon, Ill.75 OC-79 WC–154

Andy Roderique, Frankfort, Ill.79 OC-75 WC–154

Dan Ellis, Negaunee, Mich.76 OC-78 WC–154

Nick Desai, Zambia76 OC-78 WC–154

Ryan Brimley, Sandy, Utah77 OC-77 WC–154

Michael Green, Augusta, Ga.77 OC-77 WC–154

Mike Dunham, Concord, Mass.76 OC-78 WC–154

Michael Haack, Renton, Wash.77 OC-77 WC–154

John Eades, Charlotte, N.C.78 WC-76 OC–154

Daniel Belden, Akron, Ohio74 WC-80 OC–154

Charlie Stevens, Wichita, Kan.79 WC-75 OC–154

Luke Bakke, Seattle, Wash.71 WC-83 OC–154

Kyle Davis, Kennett Square, Pa.80 WC-74 OC–154

Jimmy Ellis, McMurray, Pa.79 WC-75 OC–154

Jeff Frazier, Mechanicsburg, Pa.77 WC-77 OC–154

Josh Irving, Fort Worth, Texas78 WC-76 OC–154

Brandon Laird, Biloxi, Miss.75 WC-79 OC–154

Mark Ewing, Gilbert, Ariz.75 WC-79 OC–154

Eric Deutsch, Rochester, Minn.75 WC-79 OC–154

Scott Ehrlich, Bethesda, Md.77 WC-77 OC–154

Bill Sharpe, Albany, Ga.77 WC-77 OC–154

Dylan Gergen, Mendota Heights, Minn.75 WC-79 OC–154

Mark Scheibach, La Quinta, Calif.76 WC-78 OC–154

Lawrence Largent, Kingsport, Tenn.80 OC-75 WC–155

John Brennan, Audubon, Pa.74 OC-81 WC–155

Andrew Grow, Middleton, Wis.80 OC-75 WC–155

Rob Chappell, Cincinnati, Ohio79 OC-76 WC–155

Alan Coshatt, Birmingham, Ala.80 OC-75 WC–155

Brian Haskell, St Joseph, Mo.80 OC-75 WC–155

Daniel Young, Chicago, Ill.75 OC-80 WC–155

John Dowdall, Richmond, Texas76 WC-79 OC–155

John Sawin, San Francisco, Calif.78 WC-77 OC–155

Ryan Panichpakdee, Long Beach, Calif.77 WC-78 OC–155

Nathan Celusta, Newbury Park, Calif.76 WC-79 OC–155

Andrew Tindall, Manchester, Mich.77 WC-78 OC–155

Brian Hickey, Downers Grove, Ill.74 WC-81 OC–155

Kyle Cox, Fishers, Ind.81 OC-75 WC–156

Matt Cohn, San Francisco, Calif.78 OC-78 WC–156

Patricio Alzamora, Peru79 OC-77 WC–156

Zachary Solomon, Sacramento, Calif.80 OC-76 WC–156

Mark McLaughlin, Minneapolis, Minn.79 OC-77 WC–156

Rodney Thompson, Katy, Texas77 OC-79 WC–156

David Bartman, Los Angeles, Calif.75 OC-81 WC–156

Andy Tiedt, Cedar Rapids, Iowa77 OC-79 WC–156

Greg Hamilton, Atlanta, Ga.73 WC-83 OC–156

Thomas Brennan, Covington, La.77 WC-79 OC–156

Ted Waldrip, Arlington, Texas76 WC-80 OC–156

Ryan Nietfeldt, Elkhorn, Neb.74 WC-82 OC–156

Brandan Kop, Pearl City, Hawaii77 OC-80 WC–157

Austin Eaton  III, Lakeville, Minn.76 OC-81 WC–157

Craig Larson, Tacoma, Wash.76 OC-81 WC–157

Jordan Crampton, Canada81 OC-76 WC–157

Stan Payne, Little Rock, Ark.76 OC-81 WC–157

John Canova, Rockford, Ill.80 OC-77 WC–157

Derek Busby, Ruston, La.79 OC-78 WC–157

Michael Walton, Indian Wells, Calif.78 WC-79 OC–157

Tim Beans, Newport Beach, Calif.81 WC-76 OC–157

Preston Smith, Shreveport, La.79 WC-78 OC–157

Kenneth Bakst, Riverhead, N.Y.80 WC-77 OC–157

Peter Slaven, Chicago, Ill.81 OC-77 WC–158

Bradley Shaw, Santa Monica, Calif.82 OC-76 WC–158

Rich Berglund, Pittsburgh, Pa.80 OC-78 WC–158

Matthew Gourgeot, Decatur, Ala.79 OC-79 WC–158

Walter Gieselman, Commerce Township, Mich.80 OC-78 WC–158

Brian Edick, Valencia, Calif.73 OC-85 WC–158

Robert Savarese, Jr., Lafayette Hill, Pa.78 OC-80 WC–158

Scott Stevens, Carlsbad, Calif.84 OC-74 WC–158

Michael Cushing, Bloomington, Ill.81 WC-77 OC–158

Tyler Barnes-Wolf, Houston, Texas80 WC-78 OC–158

Gavin Lyons, Durango, Colo.76 WC-82 OC–158

Eric Peterson, Nampa, Idaho79 WC-79 OC–158

Jeremy Decko, Scottsdale, Ariz.82 WC-76 OC–158

William Brafford, Gilbert, Ariz.77 WC-81 OC–158

Christopher Gilles, Lexington, Ky.81 WC-77 OC–158

Jordan Kaplan, Plainview, N.Y.78 WC-80 OC–158

Justin Jarvis, Halethorpe, Md.74 WC-84 OC–158

Douglas Stadler, Wexford, Pa.82 OC-77 WC–159

Jordan Woolf, Fort Worth, Texas83 WC-76 OC–159

Nikhil Desai, Sanford, Fla.79 WC-80 OC–159

James Gallagher, Yorktown, Va.82 WC-77 OC–159

Justin Warthen, Nipomo, Calif.81 WC-78 OC–159

Brian Higgins, Bellingham, Mass.80 WC-79 OC–159

Hans Albertsson, Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.81 WC-78 OC–159

Mark Cusic, California, Md.82 WC-77 OC–159

Tom Sullivan, Grosse Pointe, Mich.79 WC-80 OC–159

Josh Isler, West Chester, Pa.80 WC-79 OC–159

Brad Wilder, Fort Wright, Ky.82 WC-77 OC–159

Bubba Gwyn, Duluth, Ga.83 OC-77 WC–160

Ben Murphy, Chicago, Ill.77 OC-83 WC–160

Eric Lefante, Branchburg, N.J.78 OC-82 WC–160

Randy Lance, The Woodlands, Texas77 OC-83 WC–160

Steven Siers, Georgetown, Texas79 WC-81 OC–160

Matthew Holub, Oxford, Conn.76 WC-84 OC–160

Anthony Dietz, Highland, Mich.80 WC-80 OC–160

Bob Royak, Alpharetta, Ga.80 WC-80 OC–160

Ben Garrett, Seattle, Wash.81 WC-79 OC–160

Richard Messina, Rockville Centre, N.Y.80 WC-80 OC–160

Thomas Roos, Centennial, Colo.83 OC-78 WC–161

Jon Wright, Salt Lake City, Utah80 OC-81 WC–161

Brad Clark, Chapel Hill, N.C.79 OC-82 WC–161

Jeffrey Santora, Millbury, Mass.81 WC-80 OC–161

Eric Lindquist, Los Angeles, Calif.79 WC-82 OC–161

J. Scott Oxandaboure, San Marcos, Calif.80 WC-81 OC–161

Adam Pecora, Oyster Bay, N.Y.82 WC-79 OC–161

Daniel Funk, Tulsa, Okla.79 OC-83 WC–162

Andrew Falcone, Duxbury, Mass.80 OC-82 WC–162

Peter Davison, West Hartford, Conn.79 WC-83 OC–162

Mark Zbrzeznj, Avon, Colo.81 WC-81 OC–162

Brian Kilduff, New York, N.Y.82 WC-80 OC–162

John Walker, Macon, Ga.77 WC-85 OC–162

Brian Kennedy, Highland Beach, Fla.85 OC-78 WC–163

Dan Jennings, Manhattan Beach, Calif.82 OC-81 WC–163

Chris Cassetta, Winston-Salem, N.C.82 WC-81 OC–163

Benjamin Robertson, Nashville, Tenn.83 WC-80 OC–163

Jordan Burke, Needham, Mass.79 OC-85 WC–164

Blake Humbles, Alta Loma, Calif.83 WC-81 OC–164

Cully Johnston, Chicago, Ill.83 WC-81 OC–164

Zach Fischl, Northampton, Pa.82 WC-82 OC–164

Christopher Storck, Sinking Spring, Pa.79 WC-85 OC–164

Peter Barron III, Mays Landing, N.J.84 WC-80 OC–164

Scott Stevens, Pullman, Wash.82 OC-83 WC–165

Trent Roush, Mason, W.Va.84 WC-81 OC–165

Richard Feldman, Bedford, N.Y.82 WC-84 OC–166

Chad Ibbotson, Sanford, Fla.87 WC-80 OC–167

Chuck Nettles, McMurray, Pa.85 WC-82 OC–167

Brian Ahern, West Hartford, Conn.80 OC-88 WC–168

Jay Dempsey, Glencoe, Ill.88 OC-80 WC–168

Eric Burch, Machesney Park, Ill.75 WC-93 OC–168

Lloyd Fisher, Dade City, Fla.82 WC-86 OC–168

Tom Nolan, Greensboro, N.C.85 WC-83 OC–168

Robert Erling, Temecula, Calif.84 OC-85 WC–169

Kraig Rogers, Decatur, Ill.87 WC-83 OC–170

Mike Mueller, Fond du Lac, Wis.86 WC-85 OC–171

Thomas Olson, Omaha, Neb.84 OC-89 WC–173

James Chrisman, Bend, Ore.87 OC-87 WC–174

Mac McGee, Midland, Texas90 OC-86 WC–176

Gunn Murphy III, Greenville, S.C.89 WC-89 OC–178

Mark McMahan, Anchorage, Alaska89 OC-90 WC–179

Cason Hammock, Columbus, Ga.82 OC-WD

Bryon Shumate, Fort Smith, Ark.81 OC-WD

Marc Chandonnet, Lowell, Mass.78 WC-DQ

Allen Fadel, Toledo, Ohio WD

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Pairings and starting times for Monday’s first round of match play at the 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship being conducted at the 7,076-yard, par-71 Saucon Valley Country Club (Old Course). All Times EDT

Round of 64

(Upper Bracket)

10:30 a.m. – Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C. (141) vs. To Be Determined

8 a.m. – Scott McNeil, Philadelphia, Pa. (148) vs. Ramie Sprinkling, Camarillo, Calif. (148)

8:10 a.m. – Kevin Wolf, Lodi, Calif. (146) vs. Hunter Bronson, Montgomery, Ala. (150)

8:20 a.m. – Kenny Cook, Noblesville, Ind. (146) vs. Ken Tanigawa, Paradise Valley, Ariz. (150)

8:30 a.m. – Chadd Slutzky, Deer Park, Ill. (144) vs. Michael Martin, Scottsdale, Ariz. (150)

8:40 a.m. – Denver Haddix, Lexington, Ky. (147) vs. Christopher Baloga, Baltimore, Md. (148)

8:50 a.m. – Andrew Wyatt, Midland, Texas (144) vs. Don Dubois, Newport Beach, Calif. (150)

9 a.m. – John Kelly, East Longmeadow, Mass. (147) vs. Jonas Mikals, Truckee, Calif. (148)

9:10 a.m. – Kevin Marsh, Henderson, Nev. (143) vs. Dan Arison, Fairlawn, Ohio (150)

9:20 a.m. – Brett Williams, Baldwin, Md. (148) vs. Nathan Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa. (148)

9:30 a.m. – Andy Latowski, Plainsboro, N.J. (145) vs. Jeff Golden, Jacksonville, Fla. (150)

9:40 a.m. – Matthew Cooper, Memphis, Tenn. (146) vs. Trevor Sauntry, Houston, Texas (149)

9:50 a.m. – Kenny Ebalo, Las Vegas, Nev. (143) vs. Carlton Forrester, Atlanta, Ga. (150)

10 a.m. – Clark Mitzner, Dallas, Texas (147) vs. Corby Segal, Santa Clarita, Calif. (148)

10:10 a.m. – Jeffrey Fortson, Palm Desert, Calif. (145) vs. Nick Geyer, Albuquerque, N.M. (150)

10:20 a.m. – Michael Muehr, Potomac Falls, Va. (147) vs. Patrick Christovich, New Orleans, La. (149)

Lower Bracket

10:40 a.m. – Brad Nurski, St. Joseph, Mo. (141) vs. To Be Determined

10:50 a.m. – Trevor Randolph, Franklin Lakes, N.J. (148) vs. Michael Castleforte, Chicago, Ill. (148)

11 a.m. – Matt Schneider, Chandler, Ariz. (146) vs. Randal Lewis, Alma, Mich. (150)

11:10 a.m. – Don Bell, Port Orange, Fla. (146) vs. Jon Olson, Ankeny, Iowa (149)

11:20 a.m. – Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C. (144) vs. Alex Downing, Lees Summit, Mo. (150)

11:30 a.m. – Erik Ehlert, Raleigh, N.C. (147) vs. T.J. Brudzinski, Columbus, Ohio (148)

11:40 a.m. – Ricky Jones, Thomaston, Maine (144) vs. Stephen Anderson, Hobe Sound, Fla. (150)

11:50 a.m. – John Patterson, Bluffton, S.C. (147) vs. Matthew Mattare, Jersey City, N.J. (148)

Noon – Bill Williamson, Cincinnati, Ohio (142) vs. To Be Determined

12:10 p.m. – Michael Samp, Irving, Texas (148) vs. Tom Werkmeister, Kentwood, Mich. (148)

12:20 p.m. – Jeffrey Osberg, West Chester, Pa. (145) vs. Shane Sigsbee, Las Vegas, Nev. (150)

12:30 p.m. – Todd Burgan, Knoxville, Tenn. (146) vs. Michael McCoy, Des Moines, Iowa (149)

12:40 p.m. – Aaron Crewse, North Canton, Ohio (144) vs. Mike Weeks, Jupiter, Fla. (150)

12:50 p.m. – Stephen McKalko, Troy, Mich. (147) vs. Michael Harrington, Colorado Springs, Colo. (148)

1 p.m. – Matthew Swan, Atlanta, Ga. (145) vs. Ned Zachar, Bedford, N.Y. (150)

1:10 p.m. – Andy Roberts, Owensboro, Ky. (147) vs. German Tagle, Argentina (149)

Source: USGA


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