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AGE
 Oldest Champion (years / months / days)
69-Lewis Oehmig (1985)
67-William Hyndman III, (1983)
66-John Richardson (1987)
66-Marvin "Vinny" Giles III (2009)
65-Mike Rice (2005)
 Youngest Champion
55/0/5-Stan Lee (2007)
55/2/0-Louis Lee (2011)
55/3/18-Bill Bosshard (1991)
 Oldest Qualifer for Championship
75/10/10 - Andy Andreola, was 75 on the first day of the 1994 championship
75/1/4 - Moot Thmas, was 75 on the first day of the 2005 championship
74/11/17 - Paul Ladin, was 74 on the first day of the 2006 championship
74/11/10 - Rober Ellet, was 74 on the first day of the 1996 championship
CHAMPIONS
 Oldest Medalist
71-A.L. (Jim) Miller (1964)
 Most Times in Final Match
3-Lewis W. Oehmig (1972, 1976, 1985)
 Most Consecutive Championships Won
2-Merrill L. Carlsmith (1962, 1963)
2-Curtis Person Sr. (1968, 1969)
2-William C. Campbell (1979, 1980)
 Most Times in Final
6-Lewis W. Oehmig (1972, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1985)
3-J. Clark Espie (1956, 1957, 1959)
3-Dale Morey (1974, 1977, 1981)
3-Mark Bemowski (2002, 2004, 2005)
 Most Times Runner-Up
3-Lewis W. Oehmig (1974, 1977, 1979)
 Winner of U.S. Amateur and USGA Senior Amateur (2)
William C. Campbell (1964 Amateur; 1979, 1980 Senior Amateur)
Marvin "Vinny" Giles III (1972 Amateur; 2009 Senior Amateur)
 Winner of U.S. Amateur, British Amateur and USGA Senior Amateur (1)
Marvin "Vinny" Giles III (1972 Amateur; 1975 British Amateur; 2009 Senior Amateur)
 Brother Champions
Stan Lee (2007) and Louis Lee (2011)
 Most Times Medalist
4-William Hyndman III (1972, 1973, 1975, 1986)
4-Paul Simson (2006, 2008, 2009, 2011)
3-William C. Campbell (1979, 1980, 1984)
 Longest Span Between Victories
10 years - William Hyndman III (1973, 1983)
COURSE
 Longest Course
6,842 yards-Wade Hampton Golf Club, Cashiers, N.C., 2013
6,838 yards-Mountain Ridge C.C., West Caldwell, N.J., 2012
6,829 yards-Kinloch G.C., Manakin-Sabot, Va., 2011
6,766 yards-Victoria National G.C., Newburgh, Ind., 2006
6,750 yards-Sharon G.C., Sharon Center, Ohio, 1972
 Shortest Course
6,236 yards-Monterey Peninsula C.C. (Dunes Course), Pebble Beach, Calif., 1958
ENTRIES
 Largest
2,498 (2005)
2,448 (2006)
2,420 (2004)
2,393 (2008)
2,357 (2002)
 Smallest
282 (1956)
MATCH PLAY
 Largest Margin of Victory
8 and 7-Christopher A. Carr d. J. Wood Platt, first round, Ridgewood (N.J.) C.C. (West and Center nines), 1957
8 and 7-George Dawson d. Dewey P. Bowen, first round, Memphis (Tenn.) CC, 1959
8 and 7-Eugene Belleville d. O. M. Masters, first round, Sea Island G.C., St. Simons Island, 1963
8 and 7-Dr. Gene Toano d. Jay Gaines, first round, Onwentsia Club, Lake Forest, Ill., 1973
8 and 7-R. S. (Bo) Williams d. Richard Mosman, second round, Interlachen C.C., Edina, Minn., 1986
8 and 7-Frederick Kask d. Dick Christensen, first round, The Loxahatchee Club, Jupiter, Fla., 1992
8 and 7-Bob Housen d. James Kite, quarterfinal round, The Champions, Nicholasville, Ky., 1994
8 and 7-Joe Ungvary d. Lou Clinton, second round, Prairie Dunes C.C., Hutchinson, Kan., 1995
8 and 7-Paul Simson d. Brian Sachs, first round, Victoria National G.C., Newburgh, Ind., 2006
 Largest Margin of Victory, Final
7 and 6-Joe Ungvary d. Jerry Nelson, Farmington C.C., Charlottesville, Va., 1993
6 and 4-Clarence Moore d. Robert Harris, The Loxahatchee Club, Jupiter, Fla., 1992
 Longest Match
27 holes-Egon F. Quittner d. Maurice R. Smith, first round , Sea Island (Ga.) G.C., St. Simons Island, 1963
25 holes-Walter Dowell d. Knox Young Jr., first round, Atlanta (Ga.) C.C., 1968
25 holes-Frank Tenfel d. William Ludwig, first round, Saucon Valley C.C. (Old Course), Bethlehem, Pa., 1987
25 holes-Rick Woulfe d. Christopher Veitch, first round, Lake Nona G.&C.C., Orlando, Fla., 2010
 Longest Final Match
20 holes-Michael Cestone d. David Rose, Oyster Harbors Club, Osterville, Mass., 1960
20 holes-Lewis Oehmig d. Ernest Pieper Jr., Sharon G.C., Sharon Center, Ohio, 1972
20 holes-Lewis Oehmig d. Ed Hopkins, Wild Dunes Beach & Racquet Club, Isle of Palms, S.C., 1985
 Most Extra-Hole Matches, Championship
13-The Farm G.C., Rocky Face, Ga., 2005
11-The Loxahatchee Club, Jupiter, Fla., 1992
11-Norwood Hills C.C., St, Louis, Mo., 2001
11-Flint Hills National G.C., Andover, Kan., 2007
11-Lake Nona G. & C.C., Orlando, Fla., 2010
STROKE PLAY
 Lowest Score, 18 Holes
65-Bill Zylstra, first round, Flint Hills National G.C., Andover, Kan., 2007
66-Bob Kulp, first round, The Virginian G.C., Bristol, Va., 2003
66-Billy Clagett, first round, The Farm G.C., Rocky Face, Ga., 2005
66-Steve Bogan, first round, Flint Hills National G.C., Andover, Kan., 2007
66-Stan Kinsey, first round, Mountain Ridge C.C., West Caldwell, N.J., 2012
67-Mark Bemowski, first round, The Virgianian G.C., Bristol, Va., 2003
67-Paul Simson, second round, Beverly C.C., Chicago, Ill., 2009
 Lowest 36-Hole Medal Score
134-Billy Clagett, The Farm G.C., Rocky Face, Ga., 2005
136-John Harbottle (68-68), Farmington C.C., Charlottesville, Va., 1993
136-Jim Holtgrieve, Mountain Ridge C.C., West Caldwell, N.J., 2012 (medalist)
137-Bob Kulp (66-71), The Virginian G.C., Bristol, Va. 2003
137-Steve Bogan (66-71), Flink Hills National G.C., Andover, Kan., 2007
 Highest 36-Hole Medalist Score
153-J. Wolcott Brown, David Goldman, and Ray Palmer, Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 1967
 Lowest Cut Score (Since stroke play/match play format added in 1964)
7-over-par (151) - Kinloch G.C., Manakin-Sabot, Va., 2011
7-over-par (149) - Mountain Ridge C.C., West Caldwell, N.J., 2012
8-over-par (152) - Lake Nona G. & C.C., Orlando, Fla., 2010
9-over-par (151) - The Virginian G.C., Bristol, Va., 2003
9-over-par (151) - Flint Hills National G.C., Andover, Kan., 2007
9-over-par (151) - Beverly C.C., Chicago, Ill., 2009
9-over-par (153) - The Farm G.C., Rocky Face, Ga., 2005
MISCELLANEOUS
 Golfers with Disablities
Frank Culpepper, 60, qualified in 1994 despite losing the lower portion of his right arm 40 years earlier. He used a self-designed prostheses that clamped to the golf club.
Corbin Cherry, 57, qualified in 1996 despite playing on an artificial left leg. He was wounded while serving as a Chaplin in Vietnam War. He also made the field for the 1994 U.S. Senior Open.
 Holes-In-One
Eugene Brown, 6th hole, Waverley C.C., Portland, Ore., 1964
George Trainor, 16th hole, California G.C., San Francisco, 1970
Robert S. Johnson, 7th hole, Harbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head Island, 1974
Richard Stackhouse, 16th hole, Wild Dunes B.&R. C., Isle of Palms, S.C., 1985
Ira Templeton, 16th hole, Wild Dunes B. & R. C., Isle of Palms, S.C., 1985
Joe Simpson, 5th hole, Interlachen C.C., Edina, Minn., 1986
Donald Cole, 11th hole, Crystal Downs C.C., Frankfort, Mich., 1991
William King, 6th hole, Farmington C.C., Charlottesville, Va., 1993
James Fitzgerald, 10th hole, Prairie Dunes C.C., Hutchinson, Kan., 1995
William Ploeger, 14th hole, Taconic G.C., Williamstown, Mass., 1996
Stan Fischer, 17th hole, Portland (Ore.) G.C., 1999 (quarterfinals)
William Ploeger, 2nd hole, The Virginian G.C., Bristol,Va., 2003
Steve Boger, 10th hole, Bel-Air CC, Los Angeles, CA, 2004 (1st rnd stroke play)
Mike Jonsen, 11th, Victory National, Newburgh, IN, 2006 (2nd rnd stroke play)
Kim Schwencke, 10th, Flint Hills NGC, Andover, KS, 2007 (1st rnd match play)
Jeff Burda, 1st rnd stroke play, 13th hole, Lake Nona G&CC, Orlando, FL, 2010
Corliss J. Nelson, 1st rnd, stroke play, 4th hole, Lake Nona, Orlando, FL, 2010
Cy Kilgore, first round, stroke play, 5th hole, 185 yards, 3-hybrid, Kinloch G.C., Manakin-Sabot, Va., 2011
Tom Brandes, first round, match play, 7th hole, 217 yards, 3-hybrid, Kinloch G.C., Manakin-Sabot, Va., 2011
 Brothers in Match
2011 - Louis Lee defeated his brother Stan Lee in 19 holes in the quarterfinal round at Kinloch G.C. in Manakin-Sabot, Va.

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