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Travis Vick followed up winning a National Championship with Texas by earning Low Amateur honors at the 122nd U.S. Open
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Just a few weeks after clinching the NCAA D1 Men's Golf National Championship for the University of Texas, AJGA alumnus Travis Vick added another accolade to his collection. Finishing at 8-over-par 288, Vick notched the Low Amateur honors at the 122nd United States Open Championship. Out of the four amateurs to make the cut, he edged out former AJGA alumni Sam Bennett, Austin Greaser, and Stewart Hagestad for the honors.

The rising senior qualified into the 2022 U.S. Open in Dallas, with rounds of 68 and 65 for a total of 9-under-par 133. His second round was highlighted by an eagle on the par-5 No. 17. This marked Travis' first U.S. Open start and a trip to The Country Club.

Travis opened the tournament with a round of even-par 70. His first round consisted of two bogies and two birdies. His best round came on the second day, where he fired four birdies to finish with a 1-under-par 69. During his third round, Vick battled back from a quadruple bogey on the par-5 No. 8 with back-to-back birdies. He ended up finishing round three with a 6-over-par 76. Vick was able to round out his first U.S. Open experience by playing with AJGA alumnus Brooks Koepka on the final day. His final round score of 73 brought his four-day total to 8-over-par 288 and a tie for 43rd.

Vick joins fellow Texas and AJGA alumni Scottie Scheffler and Jordan Spieth in earning this prestigious honor. Other U.S. Open low amateurs from the University of Texas include Ben Crenshaw and Justin Leonard.

Travis had a long career with the AJGA from 2012-2019. Most notably, the Texan was a three-time Rolex Junior All-American, a member of the 2018 Rolex Scholastic Junior All-American Team, and a 2017 Wyndham Cup participant. He also claimed the 2018 Junior PLAYERS Championship.