The U.S. Open amateurs are all done with their final rounds, and Beau Hossler missed out on a golden opportunity to be the top amateur of the round. The future Texas Longhorn straight out of Mission Viejo, California seemed to have a stranglehold on being the best amateur overall when he started the day with an overall score of +3. But Hossler struggled when he actually made it to the course, compiling seven bogeys, three birdies and a double bogey on the 18th to sag off the lead and conceding that honor to current Texas Longhorn Jordan Spieth.
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