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U.S. Junior Amateur Championship Sectional Qualifying Results - The Country Club of Birmingham

Medalist Austin Carter of Kingsport, TN

HOLE-BY-HOLE SCORING

Birmingham, AL – Final results from U.S. Junior Amateur Championship Sectional Qualifying hosted by The Country Club of Birmingham in Birmingham, AL on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 (6874 yards, par 35-36—71, Course/Slope Rating: 72.9/134).

Two qualifying spots and two alternate positions were available at this qualifying site. 

Austin Carter of Kingsport, TN posted an 18-hole score of four-under 67 for medalist honors. Turk Pettit of Auburn, AL shot a two-under 69 to claim the second qualifying spot.

Jake Hall of Knoxville, TN shot 70 and is the first alternate, Nicholas Dunlap of Birmingham, AL was second alternate at 71.

Carter and Pettit advance to the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship that will be played at Flint Hills National Golf Club in Andover, KS on July 17-22, 2017.

Hole-by-hole scoring can be viewed here: https://www.ghintpp.com/bamagolf/TPPOnlineScoring/ResultsStroke.aspx?id=349
This qualifier was conducted by the Alabama Golf Association on behalf of the United States Golf Association.

Final Results

Place

Competitor

 

Score

 

Qualifiers

   

1

Austin Carter, Kingsport, Tenn.

 

31-36--67  (-4)

2

Turk Pettit, Auburn, Ala.

 

33-36--69  (-2)

 

Alternates

   

3 (1st Alt)

Jake Hall, Knoxville, Tenn.

 

38-32--70  (-1)

4 (2nd Alt)

Nicholas Dunlap, Birmingham, Ala.

 

37-34--71  (Even)

 

Failed to Qualify

   

T5

Simms Abney, Madison, Miss.

 

37-35--72  (+1)

T5

Harry Reynolds, Greenville, S.C.

 

35-37--72  (+1)

T5

Blake Kollin, Milton, Ga.

 

37-35--72  (+1)

T8

John Hilliard Catanzaro, Gadsden, Ala.

 

36-37--73  (+2)

T8

Frankie Wade, Jr, Hoover, Ala.

 

37-36--73  (+2)

T8

Gordon Sargent, Birmingham, Ala.

 

35-38--73  (+2)

T8

Bryce Lewis, Hendersonville, Tenn.

 

38-35--73  (+2)

T8

Davis Smith, Dalton, Ga.

 

36-37--73  (+2)

T13

Jordan Plunkett, Sterrett, Ala.

 

37-37--74  (+3)

T13

Dawson Atkinson, Trussville , Ala.

 

36-38--74  (+3)

T13

Davis Kirk, Dalton, Ga.

 

38-36--74  (+3)

T13

Bryson Bianco, Tallahassee, Fla.

 

35-39--74  (+3)

T13

Logan Perkins, Locust Grove, Ga.

 

36-38--74  (+3)

T18

Ryan Eshleman, Vestavia Hills , Ala.

 

35-40--75  (+4)

T18

Drew Soupiset, Kennesaw, Ga.

 

38-37--75  (+4)

T18

Cary Beck II, Macon, Ga.

 

37-38--75  (+4)

T18

Evan Reed, Shelbyville, Tenn.

 

38-37--75  (+4)

T22

Ken Goforth, Birmingham, Ala.

 

38-38--76  (+5)

T22

Brant Bishop, Muscle Shoals, Ala.

 

35-41--76  (+5)

T22

Dawson Garrett, Fort Payne, Ala.

 

38-38--76  (+5)

T22

Connor Newton, Auburn, Ala.

 

40-36--76  (+5)

T22

Brock McNeely, Glencoe, Ala.

 

39-37--76  (+5)

T22

Connor Futrell, Tallahassee, Fla.

 

37-39--76  (+5)

T22

Matthew Copeland, Maryville, Tenn.

 

39-37--76  (+5)

T29

Luke Shaw, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

 

40-37--77  (+6)

T29

Sam Jeffcoat, Birmingham , Ala.

 

41-36--77  (+6)

T29

Matthew Leemann, Milton, Ga.

 

40-37--77  (+6)

T29

Hunter Logan, Steens, Miss.

 

39-38--77  (+6)

T29

Cameron Bonner, Pensacola, Fla.

 

39-38--77  (+6)

T34

Hogan Ingram, Rome, Ga.

 

40-38--78  (+7)

T34

Gavin Noble, Ringgold, Ga.

 

40-38--78  (+7)

T34

Zachary Mullett, Hoschton, Ga.

 

38-40--78  (+7)

T34

William Meshad, Atlanta, Ga.

 

39-39--78  (+7)

T38

Jack Poole, Homewood, Ala.

 

40-39--79  (+8)

T38

Erik Forberg, Cumming, Ga.

 

36-43--79  (+8)

T38

Trey Tobias, Franklin, Tenn.

 

42-37--79  (+8)

T41

Matt Stuart, Birmingham, Ala.

 

39-41--80  (+9)

T41

Harrison Davis, Fort Payne, Ala.

 

39-41--80  (+9)

T41

Ross Napier, Hartselle, Ala.

 

39-41--80  (+9)

T41

Coleman McPheeters, Vestavia Hills, Ala.

 

43-37--80  (+9)

T41

Justin Burroughs, Cantonment, Fla.

 

39-41--80  (+9)

T41

Michael Barnard, Gallatin, Tenn.

 

40-40--80  (+9)

T41

Joey Kirkland, West Monroe, La.

 

37-43--80  (+9)

T48

Willis Hagan, Birmingham, Ala.

 

37-44--81  (+10)

T48

Addison Nix, Auburn, Ala.

 

37-44--81  (+10)

T48

Wil Patrick, Oneonta , Ala.

 

39-42--81  (+10)

T48

Brendan Patton, Alpharetta, Ga.

 

40-41--81  (+10)

52

Justin Vincent, Athens, Ala.

 

44-38--82  (+11)

T53

Landon Wockenfuss, Alabaster, Ala.

 

41-42--83  (+12)

T53

Ryan Kamm, Hoover, Ala.

 

44-39--83  (+12)

T53

Lance Simpson, Knoxville, Tenn.

 

45-38--83  (+12)

T53

Avery Stansell, Homewood, Ala.

 

40-43--83  (+12)

57

Dylan Sampsell, Westover, Ala.

 

43-41--84  (+13)

58

Noah Kuranga, Decatur, Georgia

 

42-43--85  (+14)

59

David Frank, Dunwoody, Ga.

 

40-46--86  (+15)

60

William Wethington, Gadsden, Ala.

 

41-46--87  (+16)

61

Drew Nizialek, Gainesville, Ga.

 

47-43--90  (+19)

62

Adam Burns, Canton, Ga.

 

49-46--95  (+24)

T63

Atharv Argade, Deatsville, Ala.

 

(WD)

T63

Caleb O'Toole, Pinson, Ala.

 

(WD)

T63

Tripp Law, Mountain Brook, Ala.

 

WD)

T63

Gabe Hunter, Alcoa, Tenn.

 

(WD)

T63

Chase Romanstine, Montevallo, Ala.

 

(WD)

T63

Bryce Beeler, Maryville, Tenn.

 

(WD)

T63

Mac Thompson, Marietta, Ga.

 

(WD)

T63

Brady Keran, Canton, Ga.

 

(WD

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