The run for the U.S. Amateur Golf Championship is over for Camden youngster Cole Anderson. His second round score of +11 (81) leaves him out of the top-64 scorers moving on to match play competition.

After Monday's +2 (72) round got him inside the top-64 on the leaderboard, today's round two was more of a struggle. Anderson double bogeyed the par-3 fourth hole and bogeyed the next hole.

The back nine was no better for Anderson. He took an eight on the par-4 13th hole.

Anderson, who will be a junior at Camden Hills HS,  finished his two days of stroke play with a 153 score, that's 13-over par.

To check out where Anderson finished among the 312 other players from around the world, click here...