THE FLATS – For the first time since 2009, Georgia Tech has a representative on the United States team, senior Andy Ogletree of Little Rock, Miss., for the Walker Cup match, which will be contested Saturday and Sunday at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake, England. The ninth Georgia Tech alumnus or student-athlete to compete in the Walker Cup, the 21-year-old Ogletree earned his spot on the U.S. team after winning the U.S. Amateur Championship Aug. 18, at Pinehurst, N.C., becoming the third Yellow Jacket player to win the national title. EVENT INFORMATION – The Walker Cup is contested every two years between top amateur players from the United States against a team from Great Britain and Ireland. Each of the two competition days features foursomes (alternate-shot) matches in the morning followed by singles matches in the afternoon. On Saturday, there are eight singles matches, while all 10 players from each side compete in singles on Sunday. One full point is awarded for each victory, while a half-point is earned for matches that are all square after 18 holes. The USA needs 13 points to retain the Cup, while GB&I requires 13.5 points to reclaim it. The USA produced a domi...