2019 U.S. Mid-Amateur Fast FactsColorado Golf Club, Parker, Colo./CommonGround Golf Course, Aurora, Colo.

Since winning the title in 2016, Stewart Hagestad has become one of the top mid-amateurs in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. (USGA/Chris Keane) 
Championship Venue Colorado Golf Club, Parker, Colo.
Stroke-Play Co-Host Venue CommonGround Golf Course, Aurora, Colo.
Opened 2007 (Colorado Golf Club)
2009 (CommonGround Golf Course)
Architects Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw (Colorado Golf Club)
Tom Doak (CommonGround Golf Course)
Dates of Championship September 14-19
Yardages/Par TBD
Field 264 competitors
Entries Open May 1
Entries Close July 31 at 5 p.m. EDT
Sectional Qualifying August 5-22 at 65 sites around the country
Eligibility Open to any amateur golfer who has reached their 25th birthday as of Sept. 14 and whose Handicap Index does not exceed 3.4.
2018 Championship In a battle of North Carolina residents, Kevin O'Connell, 30, of Cary, defeated local favorite Brett Boner, 44, of Charlotte, 4 and 3, in the 36-hole championship match at Charlotte (N.C.) Country Club. To read more, click here.
Quotable “You will be hard-pressed to find a bigger fan of the game than me and I certainly understand the importance of the USGA, and how great their championships are. To be the champion right now is probably what I am most proud of and focused on. Just simply being a champion. All the stuff that comes along with it, I think that will hit me a little big later on.” -- Kevin O'Connell
Notable Events Held at Colorado Golf Club 2010 Senior PGA Championship (Tom Lehman)
2013 Solheim Cup (Europe)
2015 Colorado Golf Association Senior Amateur (Bill Fowler)
Notable Events Held at CommonGround Golf Course 2010 Colorado Golf Association Match Play (Gunnar Wiebe)
2011 Colorado Golf Association Amateur (Zahkai Brown)
2013 Colorado Golf Association Boys Junior (Ross Macdonald)
2015 Colorado Golf Association Match Play (Nick Nosewicz)
2015 Colorado Golf Association Amateur (Chris Korte)
2018 Colorado Golf Association Mid-Amateur (Jared Reid)
Did You Know? This will be the second U.S. Mid-Amateur conducted in the state of Colorado. In 1983, Jay Sigel claimed the first of his three championships at Cherry Hills Country Club. He also won the U.S. Amateur earlier that year.
Notable U.S. Mid-Amateur Champions Jim Holtgrieve (1981); Jay Sigel (1983, 1985, 1987); David Eger (1988); Tim Jackson (1994, 2001); Danny Green (1999); Nathan Smith (2003, 2009, 2010, 2012); Trip Kuehne (2007); Mike McCoy (2013); Scott Harvey (2014), Stewart Hagestad (2016); Matt Parziale (2017)
Notable U.S. Mid-Amateur Runners-Up Bob Lewis Jr. (1981, 1984); O. Gordon Brewer (1985); Bryan Norton (2003); Todd Mitchell (2008); Tim Hogarth (2010); Garrett Rank (2012); Scott Harvey (2016)
Schedule of Play Saturday, Sept. 14 (Stroke Play, Round 1, 18 holes)
Sunday, Sept. 15 (Stroke Play, Round 2, 18 holes)
Monday, Sept. 16 (Round of 64, match play)
Tuesday, Sept. 17 (Round of 32/Round of 16, match play)
Wednesday, Sept.  18 (Quarterfinals/Semifinals, match play)
Thursday, Sept. 19 (Championship Match, 36 holes)
Match-Play Cut The low 64 scorers following stroke play will qualify for match play. If necessary, a playoff will be conducted to determine the last qualifiers for the draw.
Future Sites 2020: Kinloch Golf Club, Manakin-Sabot, Va./Sept. 12-17
2021: Sankaty Head Golf Club, Siasconset, Mass./Sept. 25-30
2022: Erin Hills, Erin, Wis./Sept. 10-15

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