US Amateur Championship Winners

Tiger Woods during the 1995 US Amateur, one of three straight years he won it.
Tiger Woods, pictured during the 1995 US Amateur, is the only golfer to win the US Am three consecutive years. J.D. Cuban/Getty Images

The full list of past champions in the U.S. Amateur Championship golf tournament appears below. Except for a brief period in the mid-1960s to early 1970s, the U.S. Amateur has always been conducted at match play.

2018 - Viktor Hovland def. Devon Bling, 6 and 5
2017 - Doc Redman def. Doug Ghim, 1-up (37 holes)
2016 - Curtis Luck def. Brad Dalke, 6 and 4
2015 - Bryson DeChambeau def. Derek Bard, 7 and 6
2014 - Gunn Yang def. Corey Conners, 2 and 1
2013 - Matt Fitzpatrick def. Oliver Goss, 4 and 3
2012 - Steven Fox def. Michael Weaver, 1-up (37 holes)
2011 - Kelly Kraft def. Patrick Cantlay, 2-up
2010 - Peter Uihlein def. David Chung, 4 and 2
2009 - Byeong-Hun An def. Ben Martin, 7 and 5
2008 - Danny Lee def. Drew Kittleson, 5 and 4
2007 - Colt Knost def. Michael Thompson, 2 and 1
2006 - Richie Ramsay def. John Kelly, 4 and 2
2005 - Edoardo Molinari def. Dillon Dougherty, 4 and 3
2004 - Ryan Moore def. Luke List, 2-up
2003 - Nick Flanagan def. Casey Wittenberg, 1-up (37 holes)
2002 - Ricky Barnes def. Hunter Mahan, 2 and 1
2001 - Bubba Dickerson def. Robert Hamilton, 1-up
2000 - Jeff Quinney def. James Driscoll, 1-up (39 holes)
1999 - David Gossett def. Sung Yoon Kim, 9 and 8
1998 - Hank Kuehne def. Tom McKnight, 2 and 1
1997 - Matt Kuchar def.

Joel Kribel, 2 and 1
1996 - Tiger Woods def. Steve Scott, 1-up (38 holes)
1995 - Tiger Woods def. Buddy Marucci Jr., 2-up
1994 - Tiger Woods def. Trip Kuehne, 2-up
1993 - John Harris def. Danny Ellis, 5 and 3
1992 - Justin Leonard def. Tom Scherrer, 8 and 7
1991 - Mitch Voges def. Manny Zerman, 7 and 6
1990 - Phil Mickelson def. Manny Zerman, 5 and 4
1989 - Chris Patton def. Danny Green, 3 and 1
1988 - Eric Meeks def. Danny Yates, 7 and 6
1987 - Billy Mayfair def. Eric Rebmann, 4 and 3
1986 - Buddy Alexander def. Chris Kite, 5 and 3
1985 - Sam Randolph def. Peter Persons, 1-up
1984 - Scott Verplank def. Sam Randolph, 4 and 3
1983 - Jay Sigel def. Chris Perry, 8 and 7
1982 - Jay Sigel def. David Tolley, 8 and 7
1981 - Nathaniel Crosby def. Brian Lindley, 1-up
1980 - Hal Sutton def. Bob Lewis, 9 and 8
1979 - Mark O'Meara def. John Cook, 8 and 7
1978 - John Cook def. Scott Hoch, 5 and 4
1977 - John Fought def. Doug Fischesser, 9 and 8
1976 - Bill Sander def. C. Parker Moore Jr., 8 and 6
1975 - Fred Ridley def.

Keith Fergus, 2-up
1974 - Jerry Pate def. John P. Grace, 2 and 1
1973 - Craig Stadler def. David Strawn, 6 and 5
1972 - Marvin Giles III, 285; Mark S. Hayes, 288; Ben Crenshaw, 288
1971 - Gary Cowan, 280; Eddie Pearce, 283
1970 - Lanny Wadkins, 279; Tom Kite, 280
1969 - Steve Melnyk, 286; Marvin Giles III, 291
1968 - Bruce Fleisher, 284; Marvin Giles III, 285
1967 - Robert B. Dickson, 285; Marvin Giles III, 286
1966 - Gary Cowan 285 (75); Deane Beman, 285 (76) (18-hole playoff)
1965 - Bob Murphy Jr., 291; Robert B. Dickson, 292
1964 - William C. Campbell def. Edgar M. Tutwiler, 1-up
1963 - Deane Beman def. Dick Sikes, 2 and 1
1962 - Labron Harris Jr. def. Downing Gray, 1-up
1961 - Jack Nicklaus def. Dudley Wysong, 8 and 6
1960 - Deane Beman def. Robert W. Gardner, 6 and 4
1959 - Jack Nicklaus def. Charlie Coe, 1-up
1958 - Charlie Coe def. Tommy Aaron, 5 and 4
1957 - Hillman Robbins Jr. def. Dr. Frank M. Taylor, 5 and 4
1956 - E. Harvie Ward Jr. def. Charles Kocsis, 5 and 4
1955 - E. Harvie Ward Jr. def. William Hyndman Jr., 9 and 8
1954 - Arnold Palmer def.

Robert Sweeny, 1-up
1953 - Gene Littler def. Dale Morey, 1-up
1952 - Jack Westland def. Al Mengert, 3 and 2
1951 - Billy Maxwell def. Joseph F. Gagliardi, 4 and 3
1950 - Sam Urzetta def. Frank Stranahan, 1-up (39 holes)
1949 - Charlie Coe def. Rufus King, 11 and 10
1948 - William Turnesa def. Raymond Billows, 2 and 1
1947 - Skee Riegel def. John Dawson, 2 and 1
1946 - Ted Bishop def. Smiley Quick, 1-up (37 holes)
1942-45 - Not played
1941 - Marvin Ward def. B. Patrick Abbott, 4 and 3
1940 - Dick Chapman def. W.B. McCullough Jr., 11 and 9
1939 - Marvin Ward def. Raymond Billows, 7 and 5
1938 - William Turnesa def. B. Patrick Abbott, 8 and 7
1937 - Johnny Goodman def. Raymond Billows, 2-up
1936 - John Fischer def. Jack McLean, 1-up (37 holes)
1935 - Lawson Little def. Walter Emery, 4 and 2
1934 - Lawson Little def. David Goldman, 8 and 7
1933 - George T. Dunlap Jr. def. Max R. Marston, 6 and 5
1932 - C. Ross Somerville def. Johnny Goodman, 2 and 1
1931 - Francis Ouimet def. Jack Westland, 6 and 5
1930 - Bobby Jones def.

Eugene V. Homans, 8 and 7
1929 - Harrison R. Johnston def. Dr. O.F. Willing, 4 and 3
1928 - Bobby Jones def. T. Phillip Perkins, 10 and 9
1927 - Bobby Jones def. Chick Evans, 8 and 7
1926 - George Von Elm def. Bobby Jones, 2 and 1
1925 - Bobby Jones def. Watts Gunn, 8 and 7
1924 - Bobby Jones def. George Von Elm, 9 and 8
1923 - Max R. Marston def. Jess Sweetser, 1-up (38 holes)
1922 - Jess Sweetser def. Chick Evans, 3 and 2
1921 - Jesse P. Guilford def. Robert Gardner, 7 and 6
1920 - Chick Evans def. Francis Ouimet, 7 and 6
1919 - S. Davidson Herron def. Bobby Jones, 5 and 4
1917-18 - Not played
1916 - Chick Evans def. Robert A. Gardner, 4 and 3
1915 - Robert A. Gardner def. John Anderson, 5 and 4
1914 - Francis Ouimet def. Jerome Travers, 6 and 5
1913 - Jerome Travers def. John Anderson, 5 and 4
1912 - Jerome Travers def. Chick Evans, 7 and 6
1911 - Hal Hilton def. Fred Herreshoff, 1-up (37 holes)
1910 - William C. Fownes Jr. def. Warren Wood, 4 and 3
1909 - Robert A. Gardner def. H. Chandler Egan, 4 and 3
1908 - Jerome Travers def.

Max Behr, 8 and 7
1907 - Jerome Travers def. Archibald Graham, 6 and 5
1906 - Eben M. Byers def. George Lyon, 2-up
1905 - H. Chandler Egan def. D.E. Sawyer, 6 and 5
1904 - H. Chandler Egan def. Fred Herreshoff, 8 and 6
1903 - Walter J. Travis def. Eben M. Byers, 5 and 4
1902 - Louis James def. Eben M. Byers, 4 and 2
1901 - Walter J. Travis def. Walter Egan, 5 and 4
1900 - Walter J. Travis def. Findlay Douglas, 2-up
1899 - H.M. Harriman def. Findlay Douglas, 3 and 2
1898 - Findlay Douglas def. Walter Smith, 5 and 3
1897 - H.J. Whigham def. W. Rossiter Betts, 8 and 6
1896 - H.J. Whigham def. J.G. Thorp, 8 and 7
1895 - Charles B. Macdonald def. Charles Sands, 12 and 11

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