Celebration of 2019 USGA Champions

The USGA enjoyed a highly successful 2019 championship season, from Gary Woodland's first major-championship victory in the 119th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links, to Lara Tennant's title defense at the U.S. Senior Women's Amateur, to Lukas Michel becoming the first international competitor to capture the U.S. Mid-Amateur. Over the next seven weeks, the USGA will recap each of the 15 championships in words and photos. These stories and many of these images will also appear in the 2019 USGA Championships Annual, presented by Rolex.


Nov. 5: U.S. Junior Amateur

Preston Summerhays: 'Shot of His Life'

Nov. 7: U.S. Girls' Junior

Second Effort: Lei Ye

Nov. 12: U.S. Senior Amateur

Royak on a Roll: Bob Royak

Nov. 14: U.S. Senior Women's Amateur

Sweet Repeat: Lara Tennant

Nov. 19: U.S. Women's Open

On the Number: Jeongeun Lee6

Nov. 21: U.S. Senior Women's Open

Exorcising USGA Demons: Helen Alfredsson

Nov. 26: U.S. Mid-Amateur

Cool-Hand Lukas: Lukas Michel

Nov. 28: U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur

Start Spreading the News: Ina Kim-Schaad

Dec. 3: U.S. Women's Amateur

Game, Set, Match: Gabriela Ruffels

Dec. 5: U.S. Amateur

Tech Savvy: Andy Ogletree

Dec. 10: U.S. Open

Pacific Heights: Gary Woodland

Dec. 12: U.S. Senior Open

Record Breakthrough: Steve Stricker

Dec. 13: Walker Cup

Road Warriors: USA

Dec. 17: U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball

Devil of a Time: Megan Furtney/Erica Shepherd

Dec. 19: U.S. Amateur Four-Ball

Taking the Fifth: Scott Harvey/Todd Mitchell