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Cameron Peck hugs caddie Taylor Hughes, a Shoal Creek member, after winning the 61st U.S. Junior Amateur on Saturday. (Steven Gibbons/USGA)




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Washington’s Peck Defeats Beck For U.S. Junior Amateur Title

Shoal Creek, Ala. – Cameron Peck, 17, of Olympia, Wash., won six of the first eight holes against Evan Beck, 17, of Virginia Beach, Va., and went on to claim the U.S. Junior Amateur title at Shoal Creek golf course, 10 and 8. It was the largest margin of victory since the event went to a 36-hole final four years ago.


A Bushel Of Quiet: That's Peck

Shoal Creek, Ala. – There is nothing razzmatazz about Cameron Peck. Attention-seeker he’s not. Want a classic sound byte? Forget it. Heck, silent screen star Charlie Chaplin comes across as more vociferous than the 17-year-old U.S. Junior Amateur champion from Olympia, Wash.


An Interview With Champion Cameron Peck


Almost Left Out Of Field, Beck Proves He Belongs

Shoal Creek, Ala. – Being the last in line is never pleasing. Neglected. Forgotten. Anxious. It’s sort of like waiting for a love interest to call only to see no missed calls. That was Evan Beck’s plight prior to the U.S. Junior Amateur. Not literally of course.


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Championship Facts

Junior Amateur

PAR AND YARDAGE Shoal Creek will play at 7,251 yards and par 36-36--72.

SHOAL CREEK Shoal Creek was designed by Jack Nicklaus and opened in 1976. It has been host to two PGA Championships (1984 and 1990) and one U.S. Amateur Championship (1986).

COURSE SET UP Shoal Creek will be set for green speeds of approximately 10 feet on the Stimpmeter. The fairways will generally be about 30 yards wide. The first five feet just off each side of the fairways (intermediate rough) will be grown to 1 inch. The primary rough will be grown incrementally higher and higher moving away from the fairways; with the first primary cut at 2 inches, the second cut at 3 inches and the deepest of the rye/blue grass rough at nearly 5 inches.

SLOPE AND COURSE RATINGS The set up at Shoal Creek will result in a USGA Course Rating™ of 74.9 and a Slope Rating® of 136. An "average" Slope Rating® in the U.S. is about 113.

FREE ADMISSION Spectators are invited to attend the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship free of charge.

THE SCHEDULE Following 36 holes of stroke play (July 21-22), the field will be trimmed to the lowest 64 scorers, who will advance to match play. From there, the schedule is as follows:

July 23 (Wednesday) First round, match play

July 24 (Thursday) Second and third rounds, match play

July 25 (Friday) Quarterfinal and semifinal rounds, match play

July 26 (Saturday) Final round, match play (36 holes)

 

 

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