F-5: Winner of the 2023 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship

Hagestad earned his fifth U.S. Open start by virtue of claiming the 2023 U.S. Mid-Amateur at Sleepy Hollow Golf Club in Westchester (N.Y.) County, defeating Evan Beck in the 36-hole final that was contested over two days due to weather issues. This was the Newport Beach, Calif., native's third Mid-Am title, puttin him in company with Jay Sigel (3) and Nathan Smith (4). He defeated past champion Scott Harvey in 37 holes to win the 2016 championship at Stonewall in Pennsylvania and Mark Costanza at Sankaty Head on Nantucket Island to claim the 2021 title. In 2017, he became the first invited U.S. Mid-Amateur champion to make the cut at the Masters. He did make the cut in the 2022 U.S. Open at The Country Club. He has represented the USA in the past four Walker Cups, all wins. He played the 2017 Match at his home course, The Los Angeles Country Club. A graduate of the University of Southern California, Hagestad completed his MBA at the school and currently works for BDT & MSD Partners in their West Palm Beach, Fla., office. He played sparingly for the Trojans men's golf team during his undergraduate days. He has competed in 14 U.S. Amateurs, reaching the quarterfinals in 2022 at The Ridgewood C.C., where he lost to eventual champioin Sam Bennett. 

U.S. Open Record

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2022
The Country Club
73-70-79-77--299
+19
64th
2019
Pebble Beach Golf Links
74-75
+7
MC
2018
Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
81-74
+15
MC
2017
Erin Hills
77-75
+8
MC

YEAR

2022

SITE

The Country Club

SCORES

73-70-79-77--299

TO PAR

+19

FINISH

64th

YEAR

2019

SITE

Pebble Beach Golf Links

SCORES

74-75

TO PAR

+7

FINISH

MC

YEAR

2018

SITE

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

SCORES

81-74

TO PAR

+15

FINISH

MC

YEAR

2017

SITE

Erin Hills

SCORES

77-75

TO PAR

+8

FINISH

MC

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