U.S. Open sectional qualifying results

By Golf Channel DigitalJune 6, 2011, 5:59 pm

The 2011 U.S. Open will take place June 16-19 at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md. The U.S. Golf Association accepted 8,300 entries into the championship. These are the results from sectional qualifying sites. All qualifying players are listed:

A = Alternate

(a) = amateur

6/6/11

Bremerton, Wash.

Chris Williams (a) Moscow, Idaho  70-68-138
Adam Hadwin
Canada  68-71-139
Wes Heffernan
Canada  69-70-139
John Ellis
San Jose, Calif.  67-73-140


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Glendale, Calif.

Scott Pinckney (a) Scottsdale, Ariz.  67-70-137
Matthew Edwards
Las Cruces, N.M.  67-70-137
Beau Hossler
(a) Rancho Snta Margarita, Calif.  67-71-138
Steven Irwin
(a) Arvada, Colo.  67-71-138
Brian Locke Los Angeles, Calif.  69-70-139


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Dallas, Texas

Michael Smith Lafayette, La.  69-64-133
Todd Hamilton
Westlake, Texas  67-68-135
Harrison Frazar
Dallas, Texas  72-64-136
Greg Chalmers
Australia  66-70-136


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Memphis, Tenn.

William Cauley (a) Jacksonville, Fla.  67-65-132
Sunghoon Kang
Irving, Texas  67-65-132
Michael Putnam
Lakewood, Wash.  64-69-133
Scott Piercy
Las Vegas, Nev.  67-66-133
Andres Gonzales
Olympia, Wash.  67-66-133
Fredrik Jacobson
Hobe Sound, Fla.  67-67-134
Sergio Garcia
Spain  68-67-135
Brian Gay
Windemere, Fla.  68-67-135
Chad Campbell
Andrews, Texas  66-69-135
Briny Baird
Palm City, Fla.  68-67-135


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Springfield, Ohio

Seung Yul Noh Korea  66-66-132
Jesse Hutchins
Cincinnati, Ohio  71-64-135


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Columbus, Ohio

Chez Reavie Scottsdale, Ariz.  69-63-132
Brandt Jobe
Westlake, Texas  62-70-132
Robert Garrigus
Charleston, S.C.  67-66-133
Adam Long
St. Louis, Mo.  70-65-135
Justin Hicks
Royal Palm Beach, Fla.  69-66-135
Nicholas O'Hern
Australia  68-67-135
Patrick Cantlay (a)
Los Alamitos, Calif.  65-70-135
Chris Wilson
Dublin, Ohio  70-66-136
D A Points
Windermere, Fla.  68-68-136
John Senden
Flower Mound, Texas  68-68-136
Marc Turnesa
Jupiter, Fla.  69-67-136
Kevin Chappell
Scottsdale, Ariz.  68-68-136
Marc Leishman
Norfolk, Va.  68-68-136
Webb Simpson
Charlotte, N.C.  68-69-137
Tim Petrovic
Austin, Texas  69-68-137
Scott Hend
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.  64-73-137


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Summit, N.J.

Geoffrey Sisk Marshfield, Mass.  67-70-137
Matt Richardson
England  69-69-138
Cheng-tsung Pan
(a) Chinese Taipei  72-66-138
Alexander Rocha
Windermere, Fla.  71-67-138


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Rockville, Md.

Kirk Triplett Scottsdale, Ariz.  69-64-133
Jon Mills
Canada  70-64-134
Fred Funk
Ponte Vedra, Fla.  67-68-135
Elliot Gealy
Salisbury, N.C.  70-65-135
Michael Tobiason Jr
Wilmington, Del.  69-66-135
Ty Tryon
Orlando, Fla.  71-64-135
Bubba Dickerson
Hilliard, Fla.  72-64-136
Christo Greyling
Orlando, Fla.  67-69-136
David May
Auburn, N.Y.  68-68-136
Will Wilcox
Ashville, Ala.  67-69-136


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Vero Beach, Fla.

Joey Lamielle Sarasota, Fla.  68-72-140
Michael Barbosa (a) Saint Petersburg, Fla.  68-73-141
Sam Saunders Orlando, Fla.  69-72-141


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St. Charles, Ill.

Bennett Blakeman Burr Ridge, Ill.  68-67-135
Brad Benjamin (a) Rockford, Ill.  67-69-136
Christopher Deforest (a) Cottekill, N.Y.  71-65-136


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Ball Ground, Ga.

Ryan Nelson Dickinson, Texas  66-66-132
Brett Patterson (a) Mcminnville, Tenn.  70-62-132
Russell Henley (a) Macon, Ga.  68-65-133 


05/30/11

Ibaraki, Japan

Do-Hoon Kim  Korea 70-65-135
Scott Barr
Austrailia 72-63-135
Kenichi Kuboya
Japan 66-69-135
Sang-Moon Bae
Korea 70-66-136


05/30/11

Surrey, England

Nicolas Colsaerts      Belgium     64-71-135     
Shane Lowry     
Ireland     69-67-136     
Maarten Lafeber  
The Netherlands     73-63-136     
Thomas Levet     
France     66-71-137     
Robert Rock     
England     70-68-138     
David Howell     
England     72-66-138          
Alexander Noren     
Sweden     67-72-139     
Stephen Gallacher     
Scotland     70-69-139     
Robert Dinwiddie     
England     69-70-139     
Marcel Siem     
German     67-72-139     
Johan Edfors     
Sweden     70-70-140

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