Langer Among Qualifiers For US Open

By Golf Channel NewsroomJune 6, 2005, 4:00 pm
USGA logo - 100x41Far Hills, N.J. ' Two-time Masters champion Bernhard Langer was one of 20 players to earn a berth in the field of the 2005 U.S. Open through 36-hole sectional qualifying in Columbus, Ohio, Monday.

Langer, who won the 1985 and 93 Masters Tournaments, shot 134 at Brookside Country Club (67) and The Lakes Golf and Country Club (67) to earn his 20th U.S. Open appearance. His best U.S. Open finish is a tie for fourth in 1987.

Qualifying along with Langer were medalist Geoff Ogilvy (131), John Rollins and Scott McCarron (133) and John Cook (135). Other Columbus qualifiers included Ted Purdy, Joe Ogilvie, Bill Glasson and 1986 PGA champion Bob Tway. Among those not qualifying in Columbus were Jose Maria Olazabal, Jeff Sluman, Jesper Parnevik, and Paul Azinger.

At the international qualifying site at Walton Heath Golf Club in England, Peter Hanson of Sweden and Jonathan Lomas of England shot identical 10-under-par totals of 134 to claim two of the nine spots.

Its great that the USGA has given everyone a chance, said Lomas. I dont know much about Pinehurst, except watching Payne Stewart winning there in the past.

Others earning places from Walton Heath were Simon Dyson of England, Soren Kjeldsen of Denmark, Michael Campbell of New Zealand, Robert Karlsson of Sweden, Nick Dougherty of England, Jose-Filipe Lima of Portugal and Peter Hedblom of Sweden, who shot the fields best score of 65 at Walton Heaths New Course.

Campbell will be playing his seventh Open and Karlsson in his third while the other seven will be making their Open debuts.

Among those not qualifying in England were 1999 British Open champion Paul Lawrie, 1999 European Ryder Cuppers Andrew Coltart and Jarmo Sandelin as well as 2002 Ryder Cup team members Niclas Fasth and Pierre Fulke.

Michael Allen of Scottsdale, Ariz., shot 68-68'136 at rain-soaked Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit, N.J., to gain the first of six spots. Nationwide Tour player Chris Nallen (138), and PGA Tour members J.L. Lewis (138), Len Mattiace (138), J.J. Henry (139) and Steve Allan (140) took the other five places. Among those not qualifying was 2002 U.S. Amateur champion Ricky Barnes and 2005 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Austin Eaton III of New London, N.H., who still plays as an amateur.

Two-time USA Walker Cupper Trip Kuehne of Irving, Texas, grabbed the first of two spots at the TPC at Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas, with an 8-under-par total of 136. Kuehne was the low amateur at the 2003 U.S. Open. Kyle Willmann, of Oklahoma City, Okla., shot 138 and earned the second spot in a one-hole playoff.

At El Caballero Country Club in Tarzana, Calif, 1987 U.S. Open champion Scott Simpson aced the 16th hole in the first round but did not advance. Nick Jones of Los Angeles earned the medal at 139.

At the six sites where a single berth was available, Paul Claxton of Claxton, Ga., beat out 16 other players and shot 66-66--132 at Chevy Chase (Md.) Country Club; also, Patrick Damron of Orlando, Fla., edged Kevin Gessino-Kraft of Lakewood, Ohio, with a par on the first playoff hole to earn the lone berth at Double Eagle Golf Club in Galena, Ohio, after both shot 137; Wil Collins, of Rapid City, S.D., shot 71-70'141 to win the only spot at Columbine Country Club in Littleton, Colo., Troy Kelly of Bremerton, Wash., shot 70-68'138 to win the sole berth at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge (Wash.)., and Pierre-Henri Soero of New Calendonia, shot 70-77'147 to win the only spot at Kaanapali Golf Courses North Tournament layout in windswept Lahaina, Hawaii.

Threatening weather caused lengthy delays at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta and Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, Md. Both sites, at which all players completed at least 18 holes, will re-start Tuesday. In Atlanta, the field of 77 players competes for six spots and in Rockville, the field of 144 is playing for 22 places.

Far Hills, N.J. ' (June 6) Sectional qualifying results, 36 holes of stroke play, for the 2005 U.S. Open, conducted by the U.S. Golf Association, June 16-19 at Pinehurst Resort (No.2 Course), Village of Pinehurst, N.C. (a ' amateur):

Old Memorial Golf Club, Tampa, Fla. (52 players for 3 spots):
Lee Rinker, Jupiter, Fla., 69-67'136
Nick Gilliam, Gainesville, Fla., 67-72'139
Josh McCumber, Gainesville, Fla., 69-70'139
Failed to Qualify
Akio Sadakata, Tampa, Fla., 72-71'143 (1st alternate)
Andrew Loupe (a), Baton Rouge, La., 68-76'144 (2nd alternate)
Robert Floyd, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., 69-75'144 (3rd alternate)
Philippe Gasnier, Brazil, 72-73'145 (4th alternate)
Peter Horrobin, Miami, Fla., 73-72'145
Eduardo Herrera, Colombia, 72-74'146
Matt Lofthouse, England, 73-73'146
David Suggs, Orlando, Fla., 70-77'147
Joe Valentine, Saint Cloud, Fla., 73-74'147
Eustis Paine, Orlando, Fla., 72-75'147
Kelly Sellers, Bartow, Fla., 73-74'147
George Gandranata (a), Indonesia, 71-77'148
Andrew Pratt, Bartlett, Tenn., 74-74'148
Richard O'Hanlon, England, 72-76'148
Matt Seppanen, Rochester Hills, Mich., 76-73'149
John Finlayson, Wellington, Fla., 73-76'149
Michael McCoy (a), West Des Moines, Iowa, 72-77'149
John Lee, Naples, Fla., 74-76'150
Miguel Rivera, Beverly Hills, Calif., 75-75'150
Bobby Clampett, Raleigh, N.C., 77-73'150
Ted Potter Jr, Silver Springs, Fla., 81-70'151
Doug LaCrosse, Tampa, Fla., 73-78'151
Peter Mitchell, Miami, Fla., 76-75'151
Frank Genzer, Tulsa, Okla., 80-72'152
Mike Blackburn, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., 73-79'152
Kevin Lim (a), Las Vegas, Nev., 73-80'153
Ray Sheppard, Canada, 77-76'153
Trey Sones, Fort Myers, Fla., 72-81'153
B.K. Suhr (a), Windermere, Fla., 75-78'153
Sean Gorgone, Portland, Maine, 75-78'153
Camilo Benedetti, Colombia, 76-77'153
Jeff Leonard, Tampa, Fla., 76-77'153
Brent Brooks (a), Sorrento, Fla., 80-74'154
Jeff Corr, Longwood, Fla., 76-78'154
Bradley Fellers, Martinsville, Ind., 78-76'154
Jeff Ulaszek (a), Bradenton, Fla., 72-82'154
Brad Hauer, Orlando, Fla., 75-81'156
Scott Riley, Jacksonville, Fla., 80-76'156
Chris Simonds, Belleair, Fla., 79-77'156
Mike Damron, Dade City, Fla., 78-79'157
David Lindberg (a), Sarasota, Fla., 77-81'158
Ryan Torchia, Rockford, Ill., 78-80'158
James Dailey (a), Orlando, Fla., 73-86'159
Brandon Smith (a), West Palm Beach, Fla., 79-84'163
Patrick Mokris (a), Orlando, Fla., 75-88'163
Kristian Klotz, Ewing, N.J., 81-89'170
Scott Jernigan (a), Lake Powell, Fla., 81-90--171
Chase Baldwin (a), Plant City, Fla., 76-NC'NC
Brad McAfee, Boynton Beach, Fla., 74-NC--NC
 
Hallbrook Country Club, Kansas City, Mo. (26 players for 1 spot):
Tom Pernice, Murrieta, Calif., 70-69'139
Failed to Qualify
Chad Wilfong, Thomasville, N.C., 72-68'140 (1st alternate)
Tim Fleming, Oklahoma City, Okla., 69-72'141 (2nd alternate)
Jason Knutzon, West Des Moines, Iowa, 71-71'142 (3rd alternate)
David Roesch, Germantown, Wis., 70-72'142 (4th alternate)
Brian Payne, Chicago, Ill., 68-74--142
Matt Van Cleve (a), Maryville, Mo., 70-73'143
Rodney Still, Diboll, Texas, 74-72'146
Bryan Milberger, Olathe, Kan., 71-76'147
Bryan Wright, Stanberry, Mo., 75-72--147
Tyler Shelton (a), Fairway, Kan., 76-72'148
Michael Christensen, Grand Rapids, Minn., 79-71--150
Cole Nondorf, (a), Hoxie, Kan., 74-74'148
Scott Fann, St. Louis, Mo., 80-72'152
Jim Knoesel, Columbia, Mo., 75-77--152
Nicholas Sheedy (a), Burlington, Iowa, 75-79'154
Phil Caravia (a), Columbia, Ill. 76-78--154
Matthew Bryant, Spartanburg, S.C. 76-82'158
David Chung (a), Fayetteville, N.C., 78-82--160
Eric Johnson (a), Elk River, Minn., 79-82--161
Josh Thompson (a), Indianapolis, Ind., 83-80'163
Kevin Ward (a), Leawood, Kan., 81-79'160
Robert Gaus, St. Louis, Mo., 74-WD
Edward Loar, Dallas, Texas, 76-WD
B.J. Curry (a), Sedalia, Mo. 77-WD
R.W. Eaks, Scottsdale, Ariz., WD
 
El Caballero Country Club, Tarzana, Calif. (68 players for 4 spots):
Nick Jones, Los Angeles, Calif., 67-72'139
Scott Gibson, Huntington Beach, Calif., 73-67'140
Michael Ruiz, Las Vegas, Nev., 72-68'140
Eric Meichtry, Murrieta, Calif., 70-70'140
Failed to Qualify
Conrad Ray, Palo Alto, Calif., 71-69--140
Ulrich Van Den Berg, San Diego, Calif., 72-69'141
David Berganio Jr, Sylmar, Calif., 70-71'141
Nick Seymour, Tustin, Calif., 69-72'141
Steve Pate, Richmond, Va., 73-69'142
Scott Simpson, Poway, Calif., 73-72'145
John Cook, Turlock, Calif., 73-72'145
Jesse Lanham, La Quinta, Calif., 71-74'145
Kyle Kovacs, Van Nuys, Calif.,73-73'146
Zack King, Los Osos, Calif., 73-73'146
Chad Fosburg, Las Vegas, Nev., 75-72'147
Scott Gordon 74-74'148
Robert Grube (a), Hinsdale, Ill., 73-75'148
Jeff Wilson (a), Fairfield, Calif,m 72-76---148
Jason Higton, Fresno, Calif., 74-74'148
Eric Meeks, Las Vegas, Nev., 73-75'148
Robert Kaas, Aliso Viejo, Calif., 76-72'148
Blane Lehman, Indio, Calif., 75-73'148
Michael Walton, Palm Desert, Calif., 73-75--148
Don Dubois (a), Newport Beach, Calif., 75-74'149
Jeff Wood, Folsom, Calif., 75-74'149
Ian Hjulberg (a), Riverside, Calif., 72-77'149
Travis Johnson, Bellflower, Calif., 77-73'150
Sihwan Kim (a), Fullerton, Calif.,77-73--150
Dan Anderson, San Diego, Calif., 76-75'151
Bradford Vaughan, San Diego, Calif., 76-75'151
David Schnider (a), Vista, Calif., 74-77'151
Han Lee, Fullerton, Calif., 76-76'152
Edward Lee, Corona, Calif.,75-77'152
Nic Henning, San Diego, Calif., 71-81'152
John Balfanz (a), Bakersfield, Calif., 72-80'152
Nathan Celusta, Simi Valley, Calif., 79-74'153
Michael Rowley (a), San Luis Obispo, Calif., 78-75'153
Stanley Watkins, Newport, Calif., 78-75'153
Darryl Donovan (a), Gilroy, Calif., 75-79'154
Dan Kempken, Palm Desert, Calif.,78-76'154
Brandon Petelski, La Quinta, Calif., 73-81'154
Jerry Sneve, Carlsbad, Calif., 80-74'154
Travis Bertoni (a) Paso Robles, Calif., 79-75'154
Christian Hills, Scottsdale, Ariz., 72-82'154
Phil Luong (a), Aliso Viejo, Calif., 78-76'154
John Burckle, San Clemente, Calif., 76-78-154
Sandy Horacek, Los Angeles, Calif., 79-76'155
Joshua Levin, Oakland, Calif., 72-83'155
Joshua Habig, San Diego, Calif., 80-75'155
Matt Hansen, Atwater, Calif., 78-77'155
James Popoff (a), La Habra Hts, Calif., 75-81'156
Grant Strobel, La Mesa, Calif., 79-77'156
Miles Maillet, Bishop, Calif., 76-82'158
Anthony Battaglia, Davis, Calif., 76-82'158
Kris Moe, Glen Ellen, Calif., 80-78'158
Ben Hogan, Phoenix, Ariz., 81-78'159
Travis Kent, San Diego, Calif., 79-84'163
David Swartz, Phoenix, Ariz., 78-85'163
Edward Hester, Novato, Calif., 80-83'163
Jeff Hunter, San Diego, Calif., 87-77'164
Bobby West 86-80'166
Jerry Crowell, Riverside, Calif., 82-84'166
Andy Fohre (a), Los Angeles, Calif., 88-81'169

Columbine Country Club, Littleton, Colo. (28 players for 1 spot):
Wil Collins, Rapid City, S.D., 71-70'141
Failed to Qualify
John Hayes (a), Littleton, Colo., 74-68'142 (1st alternate)
Tommy Medina, Tucson, Ariz., 70-72'142 (2nd alternate)
Brian Prouty (a), Tucson, Ariz., 69-75'144 (3rd alternate)
Jeff Hanson, Edwards, Colo., 73-71'144 (4th alternate)
Scott Harrington, Scottsdale, Ariz., 73-72'145
Daniel Forsman, Provo, Utah, 72-74'146
Nathan Lashley (a), Tucson, Ariz., 75-71'146
Derek Tolan (a), Highlands Ranch, Colo., 74-73'147
Charles Soule (a), Longmont, Colo., 73-75'148
Dustin Pimm (a), Draper, Utah, 77-71'148
Tom Glissmeyer (a), Colorado Springs, Colo., 74-74'148
Joseph Bramlett (a), Saratoga, Calif., 79-70'149
Dustin Hall (a), Sparks, Nev., 79-71'150
Gregg Jones, Colorado Springs, Colo., 77-74'151
Jeff McMillian, Stillwater, Okla., 77-74'151
Andy Connell, Denver, Colo., 80-72'152
Jon Lindstrom, Castle Rock, Colo., 74-78'152
Ken Krieger, Cheyenne, Wyo., 73-80'153
Anthony Grimes, Gold Canyon, Ariz., 79-76'155
Ray Makloski (a), Pueblo, Colo., 81-74'155
hase Wortmann (a), Grand Junction, Colo., 78-78'156
Shane Wahbeh, Aurora, Colo., 79-78'157
Steve Krawczewski, Weston, Fla., 78-79'157
Aaron Weston (a), Lone Tree, Colo., 79-79'158
Branden Barron (a), Centennial, Colo., 79-80'159
Nick Hopkins (a), Jacksonville, Fla., 81-83'164
Dave Desantis, Draper, Utah, 81-WD-WD

Walton Heath Golf Club, Surrey, England (53 players for 9 spots):
Peter Hanson, Sweden, 66-68-134
Jonathan Lomas, England, 68-66'134
Simon Dyson, England, 67-70'137
Soren Kjeldsen, Denmark, 69-69'138
Micheal Campbell, New Zealand, 68-71'139
Robert Karlsson, Sweden, 70-69'139
Nick Dougherty, England, 73-66'139
Jose-Filipe Lima, Portugal, 71-68'139
Peter Hedblom, Sweden, 74-65'139
Failed to Qualify
Martin Maritz, South Africa, 71-69'140 (1st alternate)
Marcus Fraser, Australia, 70-70'140 (2nd alternate)
Peter Fowler, Australia, 70-70'140 (3rd alternate)
Steve Webster, England, 68-72'140 (4th alternate)
Maarten Lafaber, Netherlands, 68-73'141
Soren Hansen, Denmark, 72-69'141
Robert-Jan Derksen, Netherlands, 72-69'141
Simon Wakefield, England, 72-69'141
Steven OHara, Scotland, 70-72'142
Peter OMalley, Australia, 74-68'142
Raphael Jacquelin, France, 69-73'142
David Carter, England, 72-70'142
Jose Manuel Lara, Spain, 71-71'142
Terry Price, Australia, 72-71'143
Paul Lawrie, Scotland, 71-72'143
rett Rumford, Australia, 72-71'143
Jean-Francois Remesy, France, 71-72'143
Patrik Sjoland, Sweden, 74-70'144
Andrew Marshall, England, 70-74'144
Niclas Fasth, Sweden, 73-71'144
Brad Kennedy, Australia, 67'77'144
Scott Drummond, Scotland, 72-72'144
Wade Ormsby, Australia, 69-76'145
Christian Cevaer, France, 71-74'145
Marcel Siem, Germany, 72-73'145
Gary Murphy, Ireland, 74-71'145
Michael Kirk, South Africa, 69-76'145
Pierre Fulke, Sweden, 71-75'146
Markus Brier, Austria, 73-73'146
Jarmo Sandelin, Sweden, 73-73'146
Gary Evans, England, 71-76'147
Barry Lane, England, 70-78'148
Rolf Muntz, Netherlands, 73-75'148
Alastair Forsyth, Scotland, 74-74'148
Anthony Wall, England, 75-75'150
Marc Cayeux, Zimbabwe, 72-78'150
Christopher Hanell, Sweden, 74-77'151
Andrew Coltart, Scotland, 79-73'152
Andrew Drohen (a), Granville, Mass., 72-81'153
Titch Moore, South Africa, 77-79'156
Brian Davis, England, 77-83'160
Andrew Oldcorn, Scotland, 71-WD
Gary Emerson, England, 78-WD
Mikko Ilonen, Finland, 70-DQ

East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, Ga. (77 players for 6 spots):
Derek Brown Walnut Cove, N.C. 65-66--131
Jason Gore Valencia, Calif. 66-67--133
Casey Wittenberg Memphis, Tenn. 66-67--133
Aaron Barber Maple Grove, Minn. 66-68--134
Scott Parel Augusta, Ga. 69-65--134
Matthew Kuchar Atlanta, Ga. 69-66--135
Failed To Qualify
A - Mike Springer Fresno, Calif. 67-68--135
A - Pat Bates Boca Raton, Fla. 67-68--135
A - Nick Flanagan Australia 70-66--136
A - David Clodfelter Delray Beach, Fla. 69-69--138
James Oh Lakewood, Calif. 69-69--138
Ted Brown Richmond, Va. 67-71--138
Cliff Kresge Heathrow, Fla. 67-72--139
Gator Todd (a) Florence, Ala. 69-71--140
Dalton Melnyk (a) Atlanta, Ga. 70-70--140
Dave Schreyer Peachtree City, Ga. 69-72--141
Kevin Taylor Mocksville, N.C. 71-70--141
Josh Bunch Murrayville, Ga. 70-72--142
Brian Harman (a) Savannah, Ga. 70-73--143
Kris Blanks Rincon, Ga. 71-72--143
Wesley Pate Pensacola, Fla. 73-70--143
Gareth Maybin Mobile, Ala. 74-69--143
Chris Hockaday Angier, N.C. 75-69--144
Greg Bruckner Phoenix, Ariz. 70-75--145
John-Gordon Beckett Charlotte, N.C. 71-75--146
Brice Bailey (a) Germantown, Tenn. 74-72--146
Willie Wood Edmond, Okla. 74-73--147
Tim Schaetzel (a) Atlanta, Ga. 75-72--147
Jason Hodges (a) St. Simons Island, Ga. 72-76--148
Pleasant Hughes West Palm Beach, Fla. 75-73--148
Damon Palmer Tupelo, Miss. 76-72--148
Jeremy Revis Taylors, S.C. 75-74--149
Scott Masters Knoxville, Tenn. 72-77--149
Roberto Diaz (a) Hilton Head, S.C. 73-76--149
Michael Suhre Glen Carbon, Ill. 72-78--150
Jose Buezas Jacksonville, Fla. 74-76--150
Donn Perno Atlanta, Ga. 79-71--150
Jay Moseley (a) Bainbridge, Ga. 73-78--151
Matthew Hammond (a) Clayton, N.C. 79-72--151
Patrick Thompson (a) Asheville, N.C. 75-77--152
Cameron Hooper (a) Jacksonville, Fla. 79-73--152
Brad Hardin (a) Nashville, Tenn. 79-74--153
Shawn Wilcox Denver, Colo. 80-88--168
Troy Matteson Reston, Va. 66-WD
V.J. Trolio West Point, Miss. 67-WD
Bradley Johnson (a) Birmingham, Ala. 67-WD
John Kelley Jr (a) Winston-Salem, N.C. 67-WD
David Peoples Windermere, Fla. 69-WD
Rob Johnson Orlando, Fla. 69-WD
Scott Gardner Corbin, Kent. 70-WD
J.J. Jakovac Napa, Calif. 70-WD
Mark Harrell (a) Hazlehurst, Ga. 70-WD
Matt Gallant Lebanon, Tenn. 70-WD
Matt Peterson (a) Watkinsville, Ga. 70-WD
Brad Doster (a) Winter Park, Fla. 71-WD
Brett Stegmaier (a) Gainesville, Fla. 71-WD
Jake Reeves Knoxville, Tenn. 71-WD
Jason Larson Jacksonville, Fla. 71-WD
Benjamin Spickard (a) Roswell, Ga. 72-WD
Jonathan Hill Greenville, N.C. 72-WD
Bob Boyd Wilmington, N.C. 72-WD
Jack Hall (a) Macon, Ga. 72-WD
Mark Blackburn (a) Guntersville, Ala. 72-WD
Sam Hulsey (a) Gainesville, Ga. 72-WD
Scott Hunter Bluffton, S.C. 72-WD
Casey Woods Edmond, Okla. 73-WD
Jeff Belk (a) Marietta, Ga. 73-WD
Steven Alker Scottsdale, Ariz. 73-WD
Dan Chartrand Collierville, Tenn. 74-WD
Charles Griffin Rockledge, Fla. 76-WD
John Fesperman Jr. Richmond Hill, Ga. 76-WD
Mike Barge Chanhassen, Minn. 77-WD
Robbie Wight (a) West Palm Beach, Fla. 77-WD
Russell Henley (a) Macon, Ga. 77-WD
Steve Nixon Winston-Salem, N.C. 79-WD
Mike Byce Spartanburg, S.C. 80-WD
Matt Massei Pinehurst, N.C. 81-WD

Kaanapali Golf Club (Tournament North Course), Lahaina, Hawaii (12 players for 1 spot):
Pierre-Henri Soero, New Caledonia, 70-77--147
Failed to Qualify
Brian Sasada, Kahului, Hawaii, 72-76--148
Berry Henson, La Quinta, Calif., 76-74--150
Joe Phengsavath, Honolulu, Hawaii, 73-78--151
David Havens, Lahaina, Hawaii, 72-81--153
Jonathan Ota (a), Lihue, Hawaii, 78-77-155
Edward Lee, Kihei, Hawaii, 75-83--158
Regan Lee, Pearl City, Hawaii, 76-87--163
Sean Maekawa (a), Paauilo, Hawaii, 78-85--163
K.C. Botelho (a), Honokaa, Hawaii, 82-82--164
Michael Castillo, Princeville, Hawaii, 79-87--166
Shizuro Mori, Japan, 81-87--168

Village Links of Glen Ellyn, Glen Ellyn, Ill. (30 players for 2 spots):
Jerry Smith, Scottsdale, Ariz., 70-68'138
James Benepe, Sheridan, Wyo., 69-71'140
Failed to Qualify
Bradley Klapprott, Loxahatchee, Fla., 71-71'142 (1st alternate)
Joseph Affrunti, Crystal Lake, Ill., 71-71'142 (2nd alternate)
Ben Ferguson, Canada, 72-71'143 (3rd alternate)
Danny Green (a), Jackson, Tenn., 72-71'143 (4th alternate)
Brian Henninger, Wilsonville, Ore., 70-76'146
Lloyd Fisher (a), Grand Rapids, Mich., 72-74'146
Dillon Dougherty (a), Evanston, Ill., 75-72'147
Craig Lile, Lowell, Ark., 73-74'147
Kevin Streelman, Winfield, Ill., 72-75'147
Tom Johnson, San Francisco, Calif., 72-76'148
Nate Dunn (a), Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 75-74'149
Jon Turcott, Middleton, Wis., 75-74'149
Kevin Chen (a), Alamo, Calif., 73-76'149
Daniel Woltman (a), Beaver Dam, Wis., 76-74'150
Darren Hince, Carol Stream, Ill., 75-76'151
Curtis Skinner (a), Lake Bluff, Ill., 76-75'151
Clayton Rask (a), Otsego, Minn., 78-74'152
Adam Turner, East Galesburg, Ill., 77-76'153
T. C. Ford, Chicago, Ill. 80-73'153
Jamie Hogan (a), Rockford, Ill., 77-77'154
Mark Anderson (a), Sioux Falls, S.D., 76-78'154
Craig Onsrud, Bloomington, Ill., 76-78'154
Patrick Hanlon (a), Las Cruces, N.M., 78-78'156
hristopher Bona, Algonquin, Ill., 79-79'158
Eric Spencer (a), Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 77-81'158
Colin Van Es (a), Granger, Ind., 84-77'161
Mike Stolarskyj, Omaha, Neb., 78-83'161
George Goich, Ipswich, Mass., 81-84--165

Woodmont Country Club, Rockville, Md. (156 players for 22 spots):
J P Hayes El Paso, Texas 62-67--129
Tommy Armour III Las Colinas, Texas 68-63--131
David Denham (a) Tifton, Ga. 64-67--131
Olin Browne Hobe Sound, Fla. 73-59--132
Craig Barlow Henderson, Nev. 67-66--133
James Driscoll Jupiter, Fla. 66-67--133
Clint Jensen Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 69-64--133
Rocco Mediate Naples, Fla. 65-68--133
Rob Rashell Everett, Wash. 65-68--133
Brandt Snedeker Nashville, Tenn. 66-67--133
Omar Uresti Austin, Texas 64-69--133
D J Brigman Albuquerque, N.M. 68-66--134
Steve Elkington Houston, Texas 67-67--134
Ryuji Imada Tampa, Fla. 66-68--134
John Mallinger Escondido, Calif. 67-67--134
David Oh Cerritos, Calif. 67-67--134
Lee Williams (a) Alexander City, Ala. 67-67--134
Michael Putnam (a) University Place, Wash. 69-66--135
Ian Leggatt Canada 67-68--135
David Hearn Canada 68-67--135
Franklin Langham Peachtree City, Ga. 68-67--135
Matthew Every (a) Daytona Beach, Fla. 69-66--135
Failed To Qualify
A - Paul Goydos Dove Canyon, Calif. 66-69--135
A - David Kirkpatrick Lakeland, Fla. 69-66--135
A - Pablo Martin-Benavides (a) Spain 68-67--135
A - Taggart Ridings Fayetteville, Ark. 69-66--135
Glen Day Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 67-69--136
Nick Malinowski Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 67-69--136
Stephen Marino West Palm Beach, Fla. 67-69--136
Larry Mize Columbus, Ga. 68-68--136
Brett Quigley Barrington, R.I. 68-68--136
Hidemichi Tanaka Japan 65-71--136
Billy Andrade Bristol, R.I. 70-67--137
Jonathan Byrd Sea Island, Ga. 67-70--137
Scott Gutschewski Omaha, Neb. 70-67--137
Neal Lancaster Smithfield, N.C. 67-70--137
Jeffrey Overton (a) Evansville, Ind. 67-70--137
Carl Paulson Keenes Pointe, Fla. 71-66--137
Chris Stroud Beaumont, Texas 69-68--137
Jarred Texter (a) Lancaster, Pa. 69-68--137
Mario Tiziani Shorewood, Minn. 70-67--137
Brendon Todd Charlotte, N.C. 67-70--137
D J Trahan Reston, Va. 67-70--137
Charlie Wi Westlake Village, Calif. 69-68--137
Jay Williamson Saint Louis, Mo. 66-71--137
Joe Durant Pensacola, Fla. 69-69--138
Ryan Gioffre Greensboro, N.C. 67-71--138
Mathias Gronberg Palm Beach, Fla. 65-73--138
Hunter Haas Dallas, Texas 69-69--138
Gregg Jones Florence, S.C. 69-69--138
Kent Jones Albuquerque, N.M. 69-69--138
Gregory Kraft Belleair, Fla. 74-64--138
Joseph Penaflor Phoenix, Ariz. 68-70--138
John Senden Australia 68-70--138
Kevin Sutherland Sacramento, Calif. 67-71--138
Nick Watney Fresno, Calif. 69-69--138
Cameron Beckman San Antonio, Texas 69-70--139
Jay Don Blake St. George, Utah 70-69--139
Chad Collins Cloverdale, Ind. 72-67--139
Brendan Jones Australia 71-68--139
Zack Robinson (a) Ft. Worth, Texas 71-68--139
David Sanchez Pinehurst, N.C. 71-68--139
Joey Snyder III Scottsdale, Ariz. 67-72--139
Justin Bolli Duluth, Ga. 69-71--140
Matt Davidson West Windsor, N.J. 72-68--140
Kyle Gallo Kensington, Conn. 68-72--140
Brian Gay Orlando, Fla. 70-70--140
Matt Gogel Mission Hills, Kan. 68-72--140
Michael Henderson Raleigh, N.C. 68-72--140
Ryan Hietala Boise, Idaho 69-71--140
Tom Kite Austin, Texas 73-67--140
Spike McRoy Huntsville, Ala. 68-72--140
Jason Moon Wake Forest, N.C. 73-67--140
Shaun Haberstroh Carlsbad, Calif. 69-72--141
Shawn Hall (a) Lancaster, Pa. 70-71--141
Andrew Magee Paradise Valley, Ariz. 70-71--141
Edward Michaels IV Atlanta, Ga. 72-69--141
Michael Quagliano (a) White Plains, N.Y. 70-71--141
Danny Riskam Hermosa Beach, Calif. 73-68--141
Darron Stiles Pinehurst, N.C. 70-71--141
Paul Wackerly III New Philadelphia, Ohio 71-70--141
Chris Anderson Keene's Pointe, Fla. 72-70--142
Mark Brooks Ft. Worth, Texas 69-73--142
Paul Gow Australia 69-73--142
Brad Lardon Austin, Texas 74-68--142
Hunter Mahan Keller, Texas 71-71--142
George McNeill Fort Myers, Fla. 73-69--142
Mark O'Meara Windermere, Fla. 70-72--142
Jin Park Scottsdale, Ariz. 73-69--142
John Pillar Hawley, Pa. 69-73--142
Heath Slocum Pensacola, Fla. 72-70--142
Kevin Stadler Evergreen, Colo. 71-71--142
Steve Stricker Madison, Wis. 75-67--142
Hideto Tanihara Japan 69-73--142
Robert Damron Orlando, Fla. 69-74--143
Wayne Defrancesco Baltimore, Md. 72-71--143
Jim Estes Germantown, Md. 75-68--143
Duane Bock Morganton, N.C. 73-71--144
Tom Carter Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 66-78--144
Brandon Knaub York, Pa. 71-73--144
Danny Mijovic Canada 69-75--144
Boyd Summerhays Farmington, Utah 72-72--144
Martin Ureta (a) Chile 75-69--144
Aaron Wright Orlando, Fla. 73-71--144
Matthew Abbott Endwell, N.Y. 74-71--145
Cortney Brisson Wallace, N.C. 70-75--145
Ryan Brooks Mesa, Ariz. 74-71--145
Andrew Byrd (a) Henderson, N.C. 72-73--145
Wes Cupp Rome, N.Y. 76-69--145
James Doidge (a) Pueblo Wset, Colo. 75-70--145
Roger Pineda San Mateo, Calif. 75-70--145
Alex Snickenberger (a) Wellesley, Mass. 70-75--145
Justin Walters Raleigh, N.C. 73-72--145
David Bradshaw (a) Harpers Ferry, W.Va. 75-71--146
Greg Carlin (a) 72-74--146
Billy Hurley (a) Leesburg, Va. 74-72--146
Darren Points Pekin, Ill. 75-71--146
David Gossett Orlando, Fla. 74-73--147
Bradley Hughes Australia 73-74--147
Ricky Touma Olney, Md. 74-73--147
Ramon Bescansa Pinehurst, N.C. 77-71--148
Brett Boner Charlotte, N.C. 72-76--148
Marion Dantzler Orangeburg, S.C. 75-73--148
Ben Greve (a) Annandale, Minn. 74-76--150
William Streib (a) Atlanta, Ga. 71-79--150
Joe Boros Saxonburg, Pa. 76-75--151
Anthony Saraceno Cortland, N.Y. 72-79--151
Steve Caron 76-76--152
Mark Borkovich Pittsburgh, Pa. 78-76--154
James Cichra Pittsburgh, Pa. 76-78--154
Clint Colbert Guthie, Okla. 74-80--154
Nolan Henke Ft Myers, Fla. 79-75--154
Eric Briggs Nashville, Tenn. 78-78--156
Thomas Winegardner (a) Lothian, Md. 81-77--158
Matt Bassler (a) Ellicott City, Md. 81-79--160
Kelly Murray Reston, Va. 83-78--161
James White Horsham, Pa. 86-79--165
Brian Bateman Monroe, La. 69-WD--WD
Gavin Coles Australia 65-WD--WD
Hank Kuehne Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 70-WD--WD
Bob Burns Valencia, Calif. 69-WD--WD
Roy Hunter 76-WD--WD
Dennis Paulson Encinitas, Calif. 70-WD--WD
Joey Sindelar Horseheads, N.Y. 68-WD--WD
Charleton Dechert Enid, Okla. 75-WD--WD
Benjamin Bates Havana, Fla. 72-WD--WD
Brett Wetterich Jupiter, Fla. 75-WD--WD
John Asay Camden, S.C. 81-WD--WD
Loren Roberts Germantown, Tenn. 68-WD--WD
Steve Galko (a) Dallas, Texas 77-WD--WD
Jeff Brehaut Los Altos, Calif. 69-WD--WD
Pat Perez Scottsdale, Ariz. 71-WD--WD
Steven Bowditch Australia 73-WD--WD
D Scott Hailes West Bountiful, Utah 68-WD--WD
Peter Jordan Valrico, Fla. 74-WD--WD
Bret Parker Villa Park, Calif. 75-WD'WD
 
Chevy Chase Country Club, Rockville, Md. (16 players for 1 spot):
Paul Claxton, Claxton, Ga., 66-66'132
Failed to Qualify
Dennis Winters, Ocean City, Md., 67-69'136 (1st alternate)
Jim Schaeffer, Los Angeles, Calif., 69-70'139 (2nd alternate)
Aron Price (a), Australia, 71-68'139 (3rd alternate)
Courtland Lowe, Augusta, Ga., 70-69'139 (4th alternate)
Tommy Tolles, Flat Rock, N.C., 74-66'140
Billy Tuten, Sugar Land, Texas, 67-73'140
Terence Burke, Bethesda, Md., 70-70'140
Sean OHair, Boothwyn, Pa., 71-69'140
Marvin King, Lewisville, Texas, 74-66'140
Richard Hunt (a), Wilson. S.C., 71-70'141
Ryan Dillon, Aiken, S.C., 68-74'142
Josh Cupp, Rome, N.Y., 76-68'144
George Foster, Villanova, Pa., 73-75'148
Joseph Cahill, Woodbridge, Va., 77-71'151
Peter Badawy (a), McLean, Va., 82-76--158

Canoe Brook Country Club, Summit, N.J. (84 players for 6 spots):
Michael Allen, Scottsdale, Ariz., 68-68'136
Chris Nallen, Scottsdale, Ariz., 70-68'138
J.L. Lewis, Lakeway, Texas, 70-68'138
Len Mattiace, Jacksonville, Fla., 68-70'138
J.J. Henry, Ft Worth, Texas, 68-71'139
Steve Allan, Scottsdale, Ariz., 67-73'140
Failed to Qualify
John Guyton, East Williston, N.Y., 71-70'141
Benjamin Case, Charlotte, N.C., 67-75'142
Frank Esposito Jr, Florham Park, N.J., 69-73'142
Ricky Barnes, Scottsdale, Ariz., 68-74'142
Jeff Martin, Warwick, R.I., 75-68'143
Kirk Hanefeld, Bolton, Mass., 76-67'143
Peter Tomasulo, Long Beach, Calif., 76-67'143
Robert Oppenheim, Andover, Mass., 70-73'143
Stewart Moore, Charlotte, N.C., 70-73'143
Tom Byrum, Richmond, Texas, 72-71'143
Austin Eaton III, New London, N.H., 72-72'144
Brock Mackenzie, Yakima, Wash., 71-73'144
Graham Delaet, Boise, Idaho, 71-73'144
Brian Lamberti, Granite Springs, N.Y., 73-72'145
Christopher Dachisen, Warren, N.J., 70-75'145
Matthew Cannon, Huntersville, N.C., 71-74'145
Ron Philo, Amelia Island, Fla., 73-72'145
Stephen Sokol, Oxford, Conn., 73-72'145
Bobby Bennett, Greenwich, Conn., 74-72'146
Carl Alexander, Bedford, N.Y., 70-76'146
Frank Bensel, Greenwich, Conn., 70-76'146
Jim McGovern, Oradell, N.J., 72-74'146
Mark Mielke, East Norwich, N.Y., 72-74'146
Mark Schaare, Toms River, N.J., 78-68'146
Bobby Heins, White Plains, N.Y., 73-74'147
James Burke, Englewood, N.J., 74-73'147
John Heffernan, Waxhaw, N.C., 76-71'147
Michael Welch, Quincy, Mass., 77-70'147
Patrick Rutter, Wyomissing, Pa., 74-73'147
Scott Dunlap, Duluth, Ga., 76-71'147
Andrew Dibitetto, Rochester, N.Y., 70-78'148
Bill Sautter, Warrington, Pa., 74-74'148
Craig Thomas, East Norwich, N.Y., 75-73'148
Darrell Kestner, Glen Cove, N.Y., 77-71'148
David Quinn, Marlton, N.J., 75-73'148
Todd Westfall, Clendenin, W.Va., 72-76'148
Tom Stone, Elmira, N.Y., 80-68'148
Geoffrey Sisk, Marshfield, Mass., 71-78'149
Gregory Bisconti, South Salem, N.Y., 77-72'149
John Nieporte, Boca Raton, Fla., 71-78'149
Michael Carbone, Brewster, Mass., 72-77'149
Todd Tremaglio, Meriden, Conn., 72-77'149
Bill Britton, Rumson, N.J., 75-75'150
Duke Delcher, Bluffton, S.C., 77-73'150
Joseph Horowitz, Long Beach, N.Y., 79-71'150
Roger Hoit, Summit, N.J., 75-75'150
Frank Graziosa Jr, New City, N.Y., 75-76'151
Gibby Martens, Cave Creek, Ariz., 77-74'151
Jason Martin, Huntersville, N.C., 79-72'151
Michael Baker, Stratton, Maine, 75-76'151
Scott Paris, Springfield, N.J., 77-74'151
Dave Fusco, Thiells, N.Y., 79-73'152
Doug Clapp, Walpole, Mass., 73-79'152
Jason McCarty, New York, N.Y., 74-78'152
Tele Wightman, Chicopee, Mass., 71-81'152
Troy Pare, Wauregan, Conn., 77-75'152
Brad Valois, Warwick, R.I., 75-78'153
Gregg Angelillo, Hoboken, N.J., 75-78'153
Joe Brucas, Plainfield, N.J., 79-74'153
Kirk Satterfield, Manhasset, N.Y., 74-79'153
Bryant Reyes, West Chester, Pa., 71-83'154
Dennis Ward, Stamford, Conn., 77-82'159
Jesse Fitzgerald, Sayville, N.Y., 78-81'159
Johnny Clarizio, White Plains, N.Y., 81-78'159
Tim Garvin, Southampton, N.Y., 82-78'160
Rob Bigley, Schenectady, N.Y., 77-87'164
Casey Seve Calmi, Douglaston, N.Y., 85-WD'WD
Charles Meola, Mamaroneck, N.Y., 76-NC'NC
Edward Whitman, Blairstown, N.J., 79-WD'WD
Francis Quinn, Holden, Mass., 74-NC'NC
George Marucci Jr, Malvern, Pa., 78-WD'WD
George Zahringer, New York, N.Y., 78-WD'WD
Jeremy Pope, Pawleys Island, S.C., 77-WD'WD
Jim Colucci, N Scituate, R.I., 83-WD'WD
Jim Renner, Plainville, Mass., 75-NC'NC
Jose Coceres, Coral Gables, Fla., 69-WD'WD
Michael Moses, Boothwyn, Pa., 75-WD'WD
Sandy Morrison, Gaylordsville, Conn., 76-WD--WD

Brookside Golf and Country Club & Lakes Golf and Country Club, Columbus, Ohio (144 players for 20 spots):
Geoff Ogilvy, Scottsdale, Ariz., 67-64--131
John Rollins, Richmond, Va., 67-66--133
Scott McCarron, Reno, Nev., 68-65--133
Bernhard Langer, Boca Raton, Fla., 67-67--134
John Cook, Orlando, Fla., 66-69--135
Arron Oberholser, Scottsdale, Ariz., 64-72--136
Bill Glasson, Stillwater, Okla., 68-68--136
Bob Tway, Edmond, Okla., 66-70--136
Carl Pettersson, Chapel Hill, N.C., 69-67--136
Euan Walters, Chattanooga, Tenn., 68-68--136
Joe Ogilvie, Austin, Texas, 67-69--136
John Merrick, Long Beach, Calif., 67-69--136
Robert Gamez, Celebration, Fla., 68-68--136
Ted Purdy, Phoenix, Ariz., 69-67--136
Bob Estes, Austin, Texas, 71-66--137
Brandt Jobe, Menlo Park, Calif., 68-69--137
Eric Axley, Knoxville, Tenn., 66-71--137
Frank Lickliter II, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., 69-68--137
Sal Spallone, Vero Beach, Fla., 69-68--137
Steve Lowery, Birmingham, Ala., 66-71'137
Failed to Qualify
A-Philip Price, Cleveland, Ohio, 68-69--137
A-Fredrik Jacobson, Cleveland, Ohio, 68-70--138
A-Ben Weir, Moline, Ill., 67-71--138
A-Woody Austin, Derby, Kan., 69-69--138
Adam Riddering, Maple Grove, Minn., 69-69--138
Joel Edwards, Coppell, Texas, 67-71--138
Patrick Sheehan, Oviedo, Fla., 65-73--138
Trevor Immelman, London, 72-66--138
Andrew Barnes, Scottsdale, Ariz., 70-69--139
Arjun Atwal, Cleveland, Ohio, 72-67--139
Dan Olsen, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., 68-71--139
Greg Owen, Brentwood Essex, 68-71--139
Justin Rose, Cleveland, Ohio, 72-67--139
Lucas Glover, Greenville, S.C., 69-70--139
Paul Sheehan, Victoria, 69-70--139
Skip Kendall, Ocoee, Fla., 72-67--139
Duffy Waldorf, Northridge, Calif., 68-72--140
Jeff Quinney, Scottsdale, Ariz., 71-69--140
Jose Maria Olazabal, San Sebastian, 70-70--140
Kyle Reifers (a), Columbus, Ohio, 67-73--140
Ryan Armour, Silver Lake, Ohio, 66-74--140
Jeff Sluman, Reston, Va., 68-73--141
Ken Duke, Boca Raton, Fla., 70-71--141
Lee Williamson, Crawfordsville, Ind., 71-70--141
Scott Anderson (a), Columbus, Ohio, 70-71--141
Stephen Leaney, Southlake, Texas, 70-71--141
Bob Friend, Pittsburgh, Pa., 72-70--142
Charley Hoffman, Las Vegas, Nev., 73-69--142
Chez Reavie, Mesa, Ariz., 72-70--142
Jordan Cox (a), Redwood City, Calif., 69-73--142
Kevin Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, 71-71--142
Mike Austin, Burton, Mich., 70-72--142
Oscar Alvarez (a), Provo, Utah, 69-73--142
Ryan Palmer, Plano, Texas, 74-68--142
Tim Petrovic, Dade City, Fla., 72-70--142
Andy Sanders, Dallas, Texas, 75-68--143
Brian Spiva, Mills, Wyo., 69-74--143
Christopher Baryla, El Paso, Texas, 70-73--143
Ryan Lavoie, Jupiter, Fla., 71-72--143
Steve Mulcahy, Lima, Ohio, 72-71--143
Todd Fischer, Pleasanton, Calif., 72-71--143
Wilfredo Morales, Dorado, 72-71--143
William Haas, Reston, Va., 71-72--143
Blake Sattler (a), New Philadelphia, Ohio, 72-72--144
Bo Van Pelt, Bixby, Okla., 69-75--144
Brendon De Jonge, Forest, Va., 71-73--144
Brennan Webb, Dade City, Fla., 69-75--144
Charles Warren, Greer, S.C., 72-72--144
Craig Hicks, Tecumseh, ON, 72-72--144
Derek Lamely, Ft Myers, Fla., 67-77--144
Jeremy Anderson, Las Vegas, Nev., 70-74--144
Jesper Parnevik, Cleveland, Ohio, 75-69--144
Matt Brost, Austin, Texas, 69-75--144
Thomas Aiken, London, 70-74--144
Bob Sowards, Dublin, Ohio, 74-71--145
Brett Paquet, St Charles, Mo., 73-72--145
Charlie Woo (a), Louisville, Ky., 70-75--145
James Drew, Las Vegas, Nev., 70-75--145
John Mazza, Beaver Falls, Pa., 73-72--145
Josh Teater, Lexington, Ohio, 74-71--145
Paul Azinger, Sarasota, Fla., 70-75--145
Peter Laws (a), Mississauga, ON, 70-75--145
Robert Kalinowski, Scottsdale, Ariz., 72-73--145
Stephen Woodard, Charlotte, N.C., 72-73--145
Guy Boros, Pompano Beach, Fla., 71-75--146
Harrison Frazar, Dallas, Texas, 72-74--146
Vaughn Taylor, Augusta, Ga., 71-75--146
Alex Cejka, Munich, 70-77--147
Gregory Boyette, Aiken, S.C., 73-74--147
Michael Kelley (a), Westerville, Ohio, 72-75--147
Richard Coughlan, Troy, N.Y., 74-73--147
Ryan McCann, Crestwood, Ky., 75-72--147
Shane Prante, Olympia, Wash., 73-74--147
Anthony Cordes (a), Farmersville, Ohio, 72-76--148
Daniel Ozley, Pinson, Ala., 75-73--148
Jason Hartwick, Austin, Texas, 76-72--148
Rich Morris, Arkadelphia, Ark., 71-77--148
Ryan Sikora, N Huntingdon, Pa., 72-76--148
Timothy Metko, Grand Blanc, Mich., 73-75--148
Warren Pineo, Palm Desert, Calif., 75-73--148
Brent Goik, Frankenmuth, Mich., 72-77--149
Jim Zwolak, Dundas, ON, 72-77--149
Kevin Na, Reston, Va., 71-78--149
Nathan Smith (a), Brookville, Pa., 74-75--149
Brad Gibson (a), Lubbock, Texas, 73-77--150
Buddy Harston, Lexington, Ky., 71-79--150
Kyle Bradley, North Augusta, S.C., 74-76--150
Scott Spence, Shorewood, Minn., 72-78--150
Steven Wheatcroft, Jupiter, Fla., 76-74--150
Alex Wilson (a), Coral Gables, Fla., 77-74--151
Andy Matthews, Bonita Springs, Fla., 76-75--151
Joey Stockton, Salinas, Calif., 75-76--151
John Moldovan, N Canton, Ohio, 76-75--151
Nick Lykins, Cincinnati, Ohio, 76-75--151
Craig Perks, Lafayette, La., 76-76--152
Mark Balen, Lackawanna, N.Y., 77-75--152
Dayton Rose (a), Midwest City, Okla., 75-78--153
Tommy Wiegand (a), Avon Lake, Ohio, 74-79--153
Steve Paramore (a), Ashland, Ohio, 76-78--154
Steven B Lee, Columbus, Ohio, 74-80--154
David Dragoo (a), Scottsdale, Ariz., 78-77--155
Heath Peters (a), Auburn, Ind., 77-78--155
Jeff Mallette (a), North Canton, Ohio, 77-78--155
Joe Hurtuk (a), Bedford, Ohio, 72-83--155
Sean Farren, Oakmont, Pa., 79-76--155
Tom Rossoll, Georgetown, Ky., 80-75--155
Anthony Dietz, Highland, Mich., 78-78--156
Mike Stone, Maumee, Ohio, 75-81--156
Peter Sauerbrei (a), Kingston, ON, 79-77--156
William Jackson (a), Oklahoma City, Okla., 80-76--156
Reed Darsie (a), Chapel Hill, N.C., 78-79--157
Roy Vucinich, Moon Twp, Pa., 76-84--160
Rik Cramer, Xenia, Ohio, 77-86--163
Aaron Baddeley, Scottsdale, Ariz., 74-WD--WD
Ben Crane, Westlake, Texas, 78-WD--WD
Brad Faxon, Barrington, R.I., 76-WD--WD
Chris Smith, Peru, Ind., 73-WD--WD
Daniel Chopra, Orlando, Fla., 75-WD--WD
David Frost, North Palm Beach, Fla., 70-WD--WD
Harold Wallace, Portsmouth, Ohio, 74-WD--WD
Josh Dennis (a), Alabaster, Ala., 82-WD--WD
Mark Calcavecchia, Phoenix, Ariz., 72-WD--WD
Patrick Williams (a), Hixson, Tenn., 74-WD--WD
Payton Osborn, Birmingham, Ala., 75-WD--WD

Double Eagle Golf Club, Columbus, Ohio (17 players for 1 spot):
Patrick Damron, Orlando, Fla., 68-69--137
Failed to Qualify
Kevin Gessino-Kraft, Lakewood, Ohio, 69-68 ' 137 (1st alternate)
Jeffrey Cuzzort, Detroit, Mich., 70-69'139 (2nd alternate)
Dirk Ayers, Sarasota, Fla., 69-73'142 (3rd alternate)
Rett Crowder, Madison, Miss., 69-73'142 (4th alternate)
Bobby Collins, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., 69-76'145
Chris Noel, Tulsa, Okla., 72-74--146
Patrick Carter (a), Huntington, W.Va., 77-70--147
C.J. Gatto (a), Columbus, Ohio, 75-73--148
Ben Meyers, Australia, 71-77--148
Dwayne Randall, Chardon, Ohio, 72-77-149
Chris Yoder, Ashland, Ohio, 74-75'149
Matt Weibring, Dallas, Texas, 76-73'149
Matt Wells (a), Lexington, Ky., 73-76--149
Zoltan Veress, Canada, 75-76--151
Michael Grant, Radford, Va., 80-76--156
Shawn Shuster (a), Zanesville, Ohio, DQ

TPC at Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas (34 players for 2 spots):
Trip Kuehne (a), Irving, Texas, 68-68'136
Kyle Willmann, Oklahoma City, Okla., 71-67'138
Failed to Qualify
Bronson Burgoon, The Woodlands, Texas, 66-72'138 (1st alternate)
Greg Chalmers, Australia, 71-68'139 (2nd alternate)
Matt Mocniak, Cedar Park, Texas 68-73'141 (3rd alternate)
Kevin Dillen, Paris Texas, 72-70'142 (4th alternate)
Barton Goodwin, Flower Mound, Texas, 67-75'142
Bruno Buccol, Oklahoma City, Okla., 70-72'142
Colby Beckstrom, N. Muskegon, Wis., 69-73'142
Clark Dennis, Ft. Worth, Texas, 76-67'143
Franklin Hatchett, Dallas, Texas, 70-74'144
Ryan Hanratty, Plano, Texas, 73-71'144
Chris Gum, Irving, Texas, 71-74'145
Dawie Van Der Walt, Beaumont, Texas, 75-70'145
Kris Cox, Dallas, Texas, 75-70'145
Matthew Samples, Coppell, Texas, 78-67'145
Terrence Miskell, New Braunfels, Texas, 71-74'145
Corbin King, Round Rock, Texas, 75-71'146
Warren Smith, Magnolia, Texas, 75-71'146
Andrew Dresser, Carrollton, Texas, 74-73'147
Dustin Risdon, Canada, 75-72'147
Tim Hobby, San Antonio, Texas, 72-75'147
Trent Leon, Sarasota, Fla., 71-76'147
Dusty Smith, The Woodland, Texas, 76-72'148
Jon Babich, Lewisville, Texas, 79-70'149
Michael Connell, Richardson, Texas, 72-77'149
Jim Bob Jackson, Denton, Texas, 77-74'151
Andrew Tredway, Plano, Texas, 75-77'152
Clarke Kincaid, Trophy Club, Texas, 76-76'152
Sumin Yu, Pasadena, Texas, 75-77'152
Jay Reynolds, Austin, Texas, 77-77'154
Johnathan Vega, Austin, Texas, 79-75'154
Lance Lopez, Missouri City, Texas, 78-77'155
Robert Leopold, Warwick, R.I., 84-73--157

TPC at Snoqualmie Ridge, Snoqualmie, Wash. (17 players for 1 spot):
Troy Kelly, Bremerton, Wash., 70-68'138
Failed to Qualify
James Lepp, Seattle, Wash., 72-72'144 (1st Alternate)
David Lebeck, Beaverton, Ore., 71-73'144 (2nd Alternate)
Mark Worthington, Kirkland, Wash., 74-71'145 (3rd Alternate)
Trevar Matheson, Canada, 71-75'146 (4th Alternate)
Miller Lawrence Barber, Clinton, Mont., 71-76'147
Joel Skarbo, Seattle, Wash., 71-78'149
Joe Lanza, Bainbridge Island, Wash., 76-74'150
Ryan Benzel, Seattle, Wash., 77-73'150
Bill Winter, Portland, Ore., 79-75'154
James Kureluk, Calgary, AB, 75-80'155
David Talcott, Kent, Wash., 79-77'156
Alex Williams, Vancouver, Wash., 78-79'157
Gregory McAuley, Canada, 78-79'157
Trevor Fox, Oakesdale, Wash., 81-78'159
Carl Johnsen, Gresham, Ore., 79-84'163
Zack Shriver, Marysville, Wash., 78-86'164
Robert Garza, Bend, Ore., 85-86--171
 
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  • Spieth, Thomas headline winter break trip to Cabo

    By Grill Room TeamDecember 15, 2017, 1:05 am

    Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth. Really good at golf. Really good at vacationing.

    With #SB2K18 still months away, Thomas and Spieth headlined a vacation to Cabo San Lucas, and this will shock you but it looks like they had a great time.

    Spring break veteran Smylie Kaufman joined the party, as did Thomas' roommate, Tom Lovelady, who continued his shirtless trend.

    The gang played all the hits, including shoeless golf in baketball jerseys and late nights with Casamigos tequila.

    Image via tom.lovelady on Instagram.

    In conclusion, it's still good to be these guys.

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    Awards season: Handing out the 2017 Rexys

    By Rex HoggardDecember 14, 2017, 7:00 pm

    After careful consideration and an exhaustive review of 2017 we present The Rexys, a wildly incomplete and arbitrary line up following one of the most eventful years in golf.

     There will be omissions – just keep your calls, concerns and even e-mails to yourself. We appreciate your patronage, but not your feedback.



    It’s Not You, It’s Me Award. You know the deal: You can’t be a part of two until you’re a better one; but on this front it’s really just a desire to find a better two.

    It was a tough year for caddies, and not just any caddies. In June, Phil Mickelson split with longtime bagman Jim “Bones” Mackay. Both player and caddie cited the need for “change,” but the move reverberated throughout the game.

    “The fairytale is over,” mused one caddie when told of the high-profile split.

    In the wake of the Lefty/Bones break, Rory McIlroy split with his caddie J.P Fitzgerald, and Jason Day replaced looper/swing coach Colin Swatton on his bag. It all proves yet again that there are only two kinds of caddies, those who have been fired and those who are about to be fired.



    Run for the Rose Cup. Sergio Garcia got the green jacket, a lifetime exemption to the game’s most coveted member-member and a long-awaited major, but Justin Rose took home the slightly less prestigious “Rose Cup.”

    Following a frenzied afternoon at Augusta National in April, Rose lost to Garcia on the first playoff hole, but he won so much more with his honesty and class.

    “You're going to win majors and you're going to lose majors, but you've got to be willing to lose them,” Rose figured following the final round. “You've got to put yourself out there. You've got to hit the top of the leaderboard. There's a lot of pressure out there and if you're not willing to enjoy it, then you're not ready to win these tournaments. I loved it out there.”

    Few have made losing look so dignified and fewer still are as easy to root for.



    Half-Empty Cup. It was the perfect setting, with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline and the promise of the Tristate masses descending on this fall’s Presidents Cup.

    If only all those rowdy New Yorkers had something to cheer.

    For the sixth time in the last seven matches, the U.S. team rolled to a victory of at least three points. This particular edition was even in danger of ending on Saturday afternoon thanks to a particularly dominant performance by a young American squad led by Steve Stricker.

    Officials spoke of the purity of the competition and the attention the ’17 cup generated, but however you spin the 19-11 rout, this cup is half empty.



    Enigma Award. The actual hardware is simply an oversized question mark and was sent directly to Tiger Woods’ South Florida compound following the most curious of seasons.

    While it’s become customary in recent years to consider the uncertain path that awaits the 14-time major winner, this most recent calendar brought an entirely new collection of questions following fusion surgery on his lower back in April, his arrest for DUI on Memorial Day and, finally, a glimmer of hope born from his tie for ninth at the Hero World Challenge earlier this month.

    When will he play again? Can he compete against the current generation of world-beaters? Can his body withstand the rigors of a full PGA Tour schedule? Should Jim Furyk make him a captain’s pick now or wait to see if he should be driving a vice captain’s golf cart instead?

    Little is certain when it comes to Woods, and the over-sized question mark goes to ... the guy in red and black.



    After Further Review Chalice. In April, Lexi Thompson endured a heartbreaking loss at the ANA Inspiration, the byproduct of a surreal ruling that arrived a day late via a viewer e-mail and cost the would-be winner a major championship.

    The entire event was so unsavory that the USGA and R&A made not one but two alterations to the rules and created a “working group” to avoid similar snafus in the future.

    That working group – it turns out the U.S. Ryder Cup team has some sort of copyright on “task force” – initially issued a decision that introduced a “reasonable judgment” and a “naked eye” standard to video reviews, and last week the rule makers kept the changes coming.

    The new protocols on video review will now include an official to monitor tournament broadcasts and ended the practice of allowing fans to call in, or in this case e-mail, possible infractions to officials. The USGA and R&A also eliminated the two-stroke penalty for players who sign incorrect scorecards when the player is unaware of the penalty.

    While all this might be a step in the right direction, it does nothing to change Thompson’s fate. The AFR Chalice won’t change the harsh reality, but at least it will serve as a reminder of how she helped altered the rulemaking landscape.



    Nothing Runs Like a Deere Award. Nothing gets fans fired up like officials turning fields of fescue rough into hay on the eve of a major championship, and the USGA’s decision to do some 11th-hour trimming at Erin Hills in June certainly caught many by surprise.

    Officials said the nip/tuck on four holes was in reaction to a particularly foreboding forecast that never materialized, and the maintenance drew the ire of some players.

    “We have 60 yards from left line to right line,” Rory McIlroy said. “You’ve got 156 of the best players in the world here; if we can’t hit it within that avenue, you might as well pack your bags and go home.”

    The record low scoring at the U.S. Open – winner Brooks Koepka finished with a 16-under total – didn’t help ease the fervor and had some questioning whether the softer side of the USGA has gone a bit too far?

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    Podcast: Daly takes big pride in 'Little John'

    By Golf Channel DigitalDecember 14, 2017, 5:28 pm

    John Daly is a two-time major champion, but the newest trophy in his household belongs to someone else.

    That’s because Daly’s son, 14-year-old Little John “LJ” Daly, rallied to capture an IJGT junior golf event over the weekend. The younger Daly birdied the first extra hole to win a five-person playoff at Harbour Town Golf Links, site of the PGA Tour’s RBC Heritage.

    Daly recently sat down for a Golf Channel podcast to describe what it’s like to cheer for his son and PNC Father-Son Challenge partner, share the unique challenge presented by the upcoming Diamond Resorts Invitational and reflect on some of the notable highs of a career that has now spanned more than 25 years.

    Sneds starts slowly in Masters invite bid

    By Will GrayDecember 14, 2017, 4:22 pm

    Brandt Snedeker flew halfway around the world in search of a Masters invite, but after one round of the Indonesian Masters it appears he'll likely return home empty-handed.

    Snedeker made only two birdies during his opening round in Indonesia, shooting an even-par 72 that left him in a tie for 77th and 10 shots behind leader Justin Rose. This is the final OWGR-rated event of 2017, and as a result it has drawn several notable entrants, including Snedeker, who hope to crack the top 50 in the world rankings by year's end to secure a trip to Augusta National.


    Full-field scores from the Indonesian Masters


    Snedeker started the year ranked No. 28, but after missing five months because of injury he entered the week ranked No. 51 and is projected to slip even further by the end of the month. As a result, he likely needs a top-3 finish in order to secure a return to the Masters, which he has missed only once since 2007.

    World No. 55 Dylan Frittelli also struggled, shooting a 4-over 76 in the opening round, while No. 56 Kiradech Aphibarnrat is tied for 14th at 4 under. Yusaku Miyazato, currently 58th in the world, is tied for ninth and five shots behind Rose.

    Should Snedeker and the other hopefuls fail to crack the top 50 by the end of the year, two paths to the Masters remain: win a full-point event on the PGA Tour in early 2018 or be inside the top 50 in the world rankings when the final cutoff is made on March 25.