Germantowns' Tim Jackson Advances in Match Play at U.S. Amateur

Germantowns' Tim Jackson advance to Round Two of Match Play in the 109th U.S. Amateur Championship at Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Jackson, who was the overall leader after stroke play, faced off against John Kostis of Paradise Valley, Arizona..

Kostis proved to be no match for Jacksons' Mastery on the Greens in the Round of 64.

He steadily increased his lead during play..

This tee shot at the Par 3 11th hole lands within 10 feet of the cup.

He gets the Birdie, and increases his lead to 4 up on the 13th..

Kostis, the last man in after a 27-man playoff..concedes on the 14th..

Tim Jackson advances to the round of 32.

At 50 years old, Jackson is the Oldest Medalist in the history of the Open.

Memphian Jonathan Fly doesn't make it out of the first round of Match Play..

With his dad, Buzz, as his Caddy, Jonathan can't get by Glen Northcutt of Dothan, Alabama..

Northcutt wins the match 2 and 1.

Ole Miss Golfer Jonathan Randolph also done in the Open.

He falls in Match play to Connor Driscoll of Encinitas, California, 3-and-1.