US Open Local Qualifying Results

By Golf Channel NewsroomMay 21, 2001, 4:00 pm
Key:
A = Alternate
(a) = Amateur
 
May 21, 2001
 
ATLANTA #1, GA. - BRAELINN GC
Tim Weinhart - Duluth, Ga.63
Thomas Weekley - Milton, Fla.63
Rob Bradley - Louisville, Ky.63
Tommy Roddy - Gainesville, Fla.65
Tommy Biershenk - Inman, S.C.65
Michael Pearson - Alpharetta, Ga.65
Dave Schreyer - Peachtree City, Ga.65
Ben Duncan(a) - Greenville, S.C.65
A - Bryant Odom(a) - Cartersville, Ga.66
A - David Tennant - Birmingham, Ala.67
A - Bubba Watson(a) - Bagdad, Fla.67
A - Carlton Forrester - Gainesville, Ga.67
 
ATLANTA #2, GA. - GRIFFIN CC
Nick Cassini(a) - Athens, Ga.67
Steve White Jr(a) - Rocky Face, Ga.68
Jimmy Johnston - Knoxville, Tenn.68
David Miller(a) - Daphne, Ala.68
Scott Parel - Augusta, Ga.69
Harold Wyatt(a) - Cedartown, Ga.69
Iain Steel - Birmingham, Ala.70
A - Greg Green - Australia70
A - Mike Howren - Cartersville, Ga.70
A - Dick Rousey(a) - Pensacola, Fla.70
A - Dave Hill(a) - Albany, Ga.70
 
ATLANTIC BEACH, FLA. - SELVA MARINA CC
 
Charles Raulerson Jr - Atlantic Beach, Fla.65
Robert Twine(a) - Jacksonville, Fla.66
Bubba Dickerson(a) - Jacksonville, Fla.68
Mark Petzold(a) - Jacksonville, Fla.69
Brad Schwartz(a) - New Smyrna Beach, Fla.69
A - Todd Blackburn(a) - Jacksonville, Fla.69
A - David Bennett(a) - Stowe, Vt.70
A - Garrett Morrison - Jacksonville, Fla.70
A - Camilo Villegas(a) - Columbia70
 
BARTLETT, ILL. - BARTLETT HILLS GC
Roy Biancalana - Chicago, Ill.68
Matt Slowinski - Glen Ellyn, Ill.69
Michael Guli(a) - Chicago, Ill.70
Michael Crowley - Whitefish Bay, Wis.71
Josh Sellers(a) - Aurora, Ill.71
A - Dave Spengler - Luxemburg, Wis.72
A - Michael Baldwin(a) - Naperville, Ill.72
A - Kevin Rafferty - McHenry, Ill.72
A - John Haffner - West Chicago, Ill.73
 
BERNARDSTON, MASS. - CRUMPIN-FOX C
Jonathan Brisbane - Atlanta, Ga.70
Billy Downes - Hampden, Mass.71
Shawn Baker - Upper Brookville, N.Y.72
Jeffrey Martin - Naples, Maine72
Eric Crouse - Windham, Maine73
A - Matthew Donovan - Pittsfield, Mass.73
A - Tele Wightman(a) - Chicopee, Mass.73
A - David Spitz(a) - Norwell, Mass.73
A - Jason Lockwood(a) - Windsor, Conn.73
 
BORREGO SPRINGS, CALIF. - RAMS HILL CC
Jeff Freeman - La Quinta, Calif.69
Stephen Perez - Tulare, Calif.70
Jason Cordes - Australia70
David Perritt(a) - Alta Loma, Calif.70
Christopher Anderson - Covina, Calif.70
A J Montecinos - La Quinta, Calif.70
A - Pomp Braswell II - Phoenix, Ariz.70
A - Steve Holmes - Newbury Park, Calif.71
 
BURLINGTON IA, IOWA - SPIRIT HOLLOW GC
Mark Rohde - Marshalltown, Iowa75
Chris Kramer - West Des Moines, Iowa75
Scott Briggs(a) - Burlington, Iowa76
A - Ken Schall - Waterloo, Iowa76
A - Sean McCarty - North Liberty, Iowa77
A - Marshall Gavre - Fairfield, Iowa77
A - John Shawver - Newton, Iowa77
 
CINCINNATI, OHIO - MAKETEWAH CC
Mike Small - Savoy, Ill.69
Scott Burnett - Cincinnati, Ohio71
Randy Leen - Cincinnati, Ohio71
Larry King - Trenton, Ohio71
Jim Herman - Cincinnati, Ohio71
Chad Delaney - Xenia, Ohio71
Phillip Blythe - Louisville, Ky.72
Peter John Kelly III(a) - Charlotte, N.C.72
Jeremy Langley - Lexington, Ky.72
Chris Straley(a) - Cincinnati, Ohio72
A - Neil Lykins(a) - Cincinnati, Ohio72
A - Jarod Wolford(a) - Jackson, Ohio73
A - Brad Loomis - Milford, Ohio73
A - Pat Stephens - Richmond, Ky.73
 
COLUMBUS, OHIO - OSU SCARLET
Todd Tremaglio - Wallingford, Conn.68
Stephen Gangluff - Columbus, Ohio69
Ken Kinkopf(a) - Columbus, Ohio69
Chris Wollmann - Strongsville, Ohio69
Ryan Dennis(a) - Columbus, Ohio70
Lee Williamson(a) - Crawfordsville, Ind.70
Dan Olsen - Columbus, Ohio70
Michael Austin(a) - Burton, Mich.71
Jeff Olson(a) - Dublin, Ohio71
Chuck Radabaugh - Findlay, Ohio71
Bobby Castor(a) - Ashland, Ohio71
A - Tim Ailes - Gahanna, Ohio71
A - Sean English - Urbana, Ohio72
A - Brett Waldman - Kansas City, Mo.72
 
DALLAS, TEXAS - DALLAS ATHL(GOLD)
Ron Whittaker - Little Rock, Ark.69
Jon Whittaker - Little Rock, Ark.69
John Dailey - Park Rapids, Minn.70
Dean Overturf - Dallas, Texas70
Stephen Sparolini(a) - Monterey, Calif.71
Michael Connell - Richardson, Texas71
Franklin Hatchett(a) - Jacksonville, Texas71
Eric Joseph(a) - Longview, Texas71
Cliff Bailey - Shreveport, La.71
John McClure(a) - Austin, Texas72
A - Brad Ott - Richardson, Texas72
A - Ryan Baca(a) - Richmond, Texas72
A - Robert Elliott - Dallas, Texas72
A - Tim Koressel - Corinth, Texas73
 
DEBARY, FLA. - DEBARY G & CC
David McCampbell - Orlando, Fla.67
Darren Points - Pekin, Ill.68
Tom Bryant - Holly Hill, Fla.69
Cliff Kresge - Apopka, Fla.69
Bob Lohr - Orlando, Fla.69
A - John Restino - Orlando, Fla.69
A - Michael Henderson - Orlando, Fla.70
A - Todd Parks - Gotha, Fla.70
A - Kevin Paschall - Parish, Fla.70
 
DENVER CO, COLO. - BUFFALO RUN GC
John Hayes(a) - Littleton, Colo.67
Rick Cramer - Fort Collins, Colo.69
Johan Forsman - Sweden69
Ray Rodriguez(a) - Fort Morgan, Colo.70
Ken Krieger - Cheyenne, Wyo.70
Tommy Hart(a) - Denver, Colo.71
Ryan Murphy - Albuquerque, N.M.71
A - Bill Loeffler - Castle Rock, Colo.71
A - John Ward - Denver, Colo.72
A - Kiernan Mattson - Tucson, Ariz.72
A - Michael Mezei(a) - Canada72
 
DENVER NC, N.C. - VERDICT RIDGE G&CC
Brian Sharp - Winston Salem, N.C.69
Greg Sweatt - Rock Hill, S.C.71
Tee Burton - Shelby, N.C.72
Mike Taylor - Gastonia, N.C.72
Joey Maxon - Columbia, S.C.72
A - John Hughes - Denver, N.C.73
A - Joe Jaspers(a) - Charlotte, N.C.73
A - Andrew Lewis(a) - Winston-Salem, N.C.73
A - Scott Newton - High Point, N.C.73
 
FLOSSMOOR, ILL. - FLOSSMOOR CC
Tom Johnson(a) - Fair Oaks, Calif.67
Ken Vanko(a) - Aurora, Ill.69
Bradley Klapprott - Ft Wayne, Ind.69
Rob Robinson - Olympia Fields, Ill.71
Kevin Marion - Lake Forest, Ill.71
Timothy Jacobs - McHenry, Ill.72
Marty Schiene - Naperville, Ill.73
Bob Mack - Elk Grove, Ill.73
A - Michael Troy - Westmont, Ill.73
A - Vance Antoniou(a) - Hinsdale, Ill.73
 
IJAMSVILLE, MD. - HOLLY HILLS CC
Robert Gaus - St Louis, Mo.70
Ted Soule - Austin, Texas71
Janes Schouller Jr. - Olney, Md.72
Chad Campbell - Andrews, Texas72
Cameron Yancey(a) - Blackstone, Va.72
A - Fred Widicus - Annandale, Va.73
A - Tony Bostic - McLean, Va.73
A - Bob Friend - Pittsburgh, Pa.73
 
KNOXVILLE, TENN. - CHEROKEE CC
James Johnson(a) - Barbados67
Todd Ricker - Greeneville, Tenn.70
James White(a) - Chattanooga, Tenn.71
Erik Compton(a) - Miami, Fla.71
Chris Wisler(a) - Dover, Del.71
A - Scott Masters - Knoxville, Tenn.71
A - Gary Bayly - Lilburn, Ga.71
A - Chris Cauthen - Nashville, Tenn.71
A - Andrew Price - Morristown, Tenn.72
 
MESA, ARIZ. - ALTA MESA CC
Tony Grimes - Gold Canyon, Ariz.67
John Douma - Carefree, Ariz.67
Todd Rakotz - Phoenix, Ariz.68
Mikkel Reese - Chandler, Ariz.70
John Urquhart - Mesa, Ariz.70
A - Brad Nazzarini - Scottsdale, Ariz.70
A - Kendall Critchfield(a) - Tempe, Ariz.71
A - Gregg Downey - Mesa, Ariz.71
A - Jon Stanley - Phoenix, Ariz.71
 
NAPA, CALIF. - CHARDONNAY GC
Brian Adamson - Sacramento, Calif.66
Wes Heffernan - Canada70
Shawn Kelly - Sacramento, Calif.70
Andy Miller - Napa, Calif.70
A - J J Jakovac(a) - Napa, Calif.71
A - Rich Yokota - Santa Rosa, Calif.72
 
NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. - CHARLES RIVER CC
Michael Carbone(a) - Brewster, Mass.69
Tommy Gillis - Beverly, Mass.71
Tim Mooradian(a) - Hopedale, Mass.71
John Connelly - Perrysburg, Ohio71
Jeff Seavey - Rockland, Maine72
Matthew Arvanitis(a) - Manchester, N.H.73
A - Thomas Gleeton - Cheshire, Conn.73
A - Brendan Hester(a) - Sutton, Mass.73
A - Geoffrey Sisk - Marshfield, Mass.73
A - Frank Dully II - Salem, Mass.73
A - David Renzulli - Needham, Mass.74
A - Mike Sanfilippo - Concord, Mass.74
A - Jacques Panet-Raymond - Hudson, Mass.75
A - Marc Spencer - Haverhill, Mass.76

PHOENIX, ARIZ. - ARIZONA CC
Greg Bruckner - Phoenix, Ariz.69
Chris Endres - Phoenix, Ariz.69
Ben Flam(a) - Phoenix, Ariz.69
Matthew Jones(a) - Australia70
Jin Park(a) - Tempe, Ariz.70
David Cunningham - Scottsdale, Ariz.70
Danny Briggs - Scottsdale, Ariz.70
Rich Elias - Tucson, Ariz.71
Chris Edgmon - Scottsdale, Ariz.71
A - Don Yrene - Scottsdale, Ariz.71
A - Reid Hatley(a) - Spokane, Wash.71
A - Brian Wright - Scottsdale, Ariz.72
A - Michael Swartz - Phoenix, Ariz.72
 
PINEHURST, N.C. - PINEWILD (MAGNOLIA)
Tim Petrovic - Tampa, Fla.69
Drew Scott - Pinehurst, N.C.69
Stephen Woodard - Charlotte, N.C.70
Mark Slawter - Raleigh, N.C.70
David Mathis - Raleigh, N.C.70
John Maginnes - Greensboro, N.C.71
Greg Twiggs - Colfax, N.C.71
Garrett Smyth - Raleigh, N.C.71
Billy Judah - Virginia Beach, Va.71
A - Jason Moon(a) - Australia72
A - Stuart Tatters - New London, N.C.72
A - Bryan Wright - Raeford, N.C.72
 
PLEASANTON, CALIF. - RUBY HILL GC
Todd Fischer - Pleasanton, Calif.66
Joel Kribel - Washington, D.C.66
Rich Bin - San Jose, Calif.68
Rob Boldt - Walnut Creek, Calif.69
Garett Wagner - San Ramon, Calif.69
A - Jeffrey Lyons - Brentwood, Calif.69
A - Mitch Lowe - Galt, Calif.69
 
PUEBLO, COLO. - WALKING STICK GC
Kevin Stadler(a) - Englewood, Colo.68
Jason Allen - Pueblo, Colo.69
Doug Rohrbaugh - Carbondale, Colo.69
B J Brady - Colorado Springs, Colo.69
Zane Zwemke - Aurora, Colo.71
Pat Fry - Ft Collins, Colo.71
Michael Zaremba - Pueblo West, Colo.71
A - David Delich(a) - Colorado Springs, Colo.71
A - D Scott Hailes(a) - West Bountiful, Utah71
A - Frank Carrillo(a) - Colorado Springs, Colo.71
A - Robert Hunt(a) - Arvada, Colo.71
 
RIVERTON WY, WYO. - RIVERTON CC
Brian Spiva(a) - Casper, Wyo.70
A - Craig Galles - Casper, Wyo.70
A - Michael Urbatchra(a) - Sheridan, Wyo.71
 
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS - SAN ANTONIO CC
Andy Dillard - Edmond, Okla.66
Greg Hiller - Oxbow, N.D.68
Gordon Johnson - Hosuton, Texas68
Cameron Beckman - San Antonio, Texas68
Chuck Westergard - San Antonio, Texas69
A - Victor Schwamkrug - Baytown, Texas69
A - Alberto Ochoa - Edinburg, Texas70
A - Carlo Grever Devicenzo - San Antonio, Texas70
A - Mac Wylie - Boerne, Texas70
 
SAN MARTIN, CALIF. - CORDEVALLE GC
Jarrod Warner - Klamath Falls, Ore.66
Todd Southard - Monterey, Calif.69
Tad Buchanan(a) - Monecito, Calif.69
Jim Seki(a) - Honolulu, Hawaii69
Joe Acosta Jr - Visalia, Calif.70
Alex Aragon(a) - San Diego, Calif.70
A - John Ellis(a) - San Jose, Calif.71
A - Charlie Woerner - Los Altos, Calif.71
 
SOUTH BEND, IND. - SOUTH BEND CC
Chad Collins - Cloverdale, Ind.64
Douglas La Belle II - Mt Pleasant, Mich.66
Jack O'Keefe - Louisville, Ky.69
Greg Boyette - Akron, Ohio69
Eric Epperson - Plano, Texas69
Ariel Canete - Argentina70
A - Rich Butler - Michigan City, Ind.70
A - Alan Schulte - Fishers, Ind.72
A - Timothy Matthews - Scotts, Mich.72
A - Justin Otto - Austin, Texas72
 
STOCKTON, CALIF. - RESERVE AT SPANOS
Jason Higton(a) - Fresno, Calif.68
Josh Watney - Fresno, Calif.69
Ryan King - Fresno, Calif.70
Brad Bell - Sacramento, Calif.70
A - Dennis Trixler - San Mateo, Calif.70
A - Brian Gentry - Tahoe City, Calif.71
 
TAMPA, FLA. - HUNTERS GREEN CC
Travis Perkins - Worthington, Ohio67
Steve Pleis - Parrish, Fla.68
Brett Hitchcock - Tampa, Fla.68
Tony Soerries - Granger, Ind.69
Doug La Crosse(a) - Tampa, Fla.69
Dean Wilson - Gulfport, Fla.69
David Branshaw - Oswego, N.Y.69
Christopher Strong - Dunedin, Fla.69
A - Torsten Denward - Sarasota, Fla.70
A - Atsushi Kozaki - Tampa, Fla.71
A - Wayne Raath(a) - So Africa71
A - J Oscar Parks - Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.71
 
WOODLAND, CALIF. - YOLO FLIERS
Jim Wilson(a) - Chico, Calif.71
James Huish - Roseville, Calif.71
Chris Bitticks - Sonora, Calif.72
Anthony Padilla - Sacramento, Calif.72
A - Michael Williams - Sacramento, Calif.72
 
May 18, 2001
 
RIVERTON NJ, N.J. - RIVERTON CC
John Appleget - Dorothy, N.J.69
David Quinn - Marlton, N.J.69
Richard Massey - Harrington Park, N.J.71
George Frake II - Rancocas, N.J.71
Vince Ramagli - Mt Laurel, N.J.72
A - Michael Moore - Hillsborough, N.J.72
A - Bill Walker - Riverton, N.J.73
A - John Dimarco - Moorestown, N.J.73
A - Joseph Makowski - Philadelphia, Pa.73
 

May 17, 2001
 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. - PINE TREE CC
Jason Dillard - Birmingham, Ala. 67
Chris Devlin - Ireland 68
John Coles III(a) - Birmingham, Ala. 70
Gary Christian - England 71
David Rowe - Birmingham, Ala. 71
Chip Deason - Centreville, Ala. 71
A - Jeffrey Street - West Palm Beach, Fla. 71
A - Mark Blackburn - Guntersville, Ala. 71
A - John Hagemeier - Tuscaloosa, Ala. 72
A - Sam Farlow(a) - Birmingham, Ala. 72
 

CLEVELAND, OHIO - FOWLERS MILL GC
Dwayne Randall - Springfield, Ohio 69
Bob Koch - Medina, Ohio 69
Michael Emery Jr - Canton, Ohio 70
Dennis Miller - Warren, Ohio 70
Tom Atchison - Silver Lake, Ohio 71
Rob Moss - Broadview Heights, Ohio 71
Mitch Camp - Aurora, Ohio 71
Anthony Zummo - Mayfield Hts, Ohio 71
A - Mark Telerico(a) - Aurora, Ohio 71
A - Boo Blakeman - North Canton, Ohio 71
A - Jim Karr - Jupiter, Fla. 71
A - Doug Hauenstein(a) - Aurora, Ohio 71
 

LINCOLN, NEB. - FIRETHORN GC
Jim Troy(a) - Clarendon Hills, Ill. 69
Warren Sasse - Lincoln, Neb. 71
Justin Herron - Omaha, Neb. 71
Chad Lydiatt - Lincoln, Neb. 71
A - Matt Stutzman(a) - Lincoln, Neb. 72
A - A J Elgert(a) - Lincoln, Neb. 72
A - Steve Friesen - Lincoln, Neb. 72
A - Ryan Nietfeldt(a) - Omaha, Neb. 74
 

MIDWAY, PA. - QUICKSILVER
John Mazza - Beaver Falls, Pa. 69
Gordon Vietmeier - Pittsburgh, Pa. 69
Larry Milosh - Aliquippa, Pa. 70
Steven Antenucci - Pittsburgh, Pa. 71
Aaron Gizzi - Morgantown, W.Va. 71
A - John Jones(a) - Lower Burrell, Pa. 72
A - Nathan Smith(a) - Brookville, Pa. 73
A - Tyler Duke(a) - Washington, Pa. 73
A - Sean Dove(a) - Bulger, Pa. 73
 

MOOSIC, PA. - GLENMAURA NAT'L
Miguel Rivera - Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 69
John Pillar - Hawley, Pa. 71
Brad Fritsch - Buies Creek, N.C. 71
A - Noah Zelnik - Bronx, N.Y. 71
A - Lloyd Weston - England 71
A - Terry Hertzog - Flourtown, Pa. 71
A - Eric Williams(a) - Honesdale, Pa. 71
 

NAPLES, FLA. - TIBURON GC
Nolan Henke - Ft Myers, Fla. 70
Jason Dufner - Auburn, Ala. 70
Nevin Sutcliffe - Lehigh, Fla. 71
Michael-John Creedy - South Africa 71
Emalcus Hield - Bahamas 71
Jay Mills - Monroe, N.C. 72
George Desear(a) - Bradenton, Fla. 72
A - Gene Fieger - Naples, Fla. 74
A - Carl Phillips - Miami Lakes, Fla. 74
A - Scott Newhouse - Naples, Fla. 74
A - Roy McMillin(a) - Fort Myers, Fla. 74
 

 
PALM COAST, FLA. - OCEAN HAMMOCK GC
Butler Melnyk(a) - Jacksonville, Fla. 69
Philip Worthington(a) - England 70
Joe Gutterman - Aplm Coast, Fla. 70
Vince Covello(a) - Ponte Vedra, Fla. 71
Sean Pacetti - St Augustine, Fla. 71
A - Don Bell - Port Orange, Fla. 72
A - Kipp Barody - Jacksonville, Fla. 72
A - Edward Parnell(a) - Maitland, Fla. 72
A - Doug Bevan(a) - Jacksonville, Fla. 73
 
May 16, 2001
 
HOMOSASSA SPGS, FLA. - WORLD WOODS GC
Rusty Stocker - Homosassa, Fla.66
John Lindner - St Petersburgh, Fla.69
Bart Bryant - Ocoee, Fla.70
Kenneth Palladino - Dunedin, Fla.71
Joe Cioe - Homosassa, Fla.71
Brandon Smith(a) - Royal Palm Beach, Fla.71
A - Christopher Reeves - Alexandria, Va.71
A - Kevin Durkin - Dunwoody, Ga.72
A - D J Holland - Tampa, Fla.72
A - Jack Skirkanich(a) - Rumson, N.J.72
 
LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA. - WDW (EAGLE PINES)
Greg Towne - Clermont, Fla.68
Brent Schwarzrock - Winter Park, Fla.68
Brandyn Schneider - Orlando, Fla.69
Walter Smith - Gainesville, Fla.70
Rodney Butcher - East Greenwich, R.I.70
Ben Norris(a) - Arcadia, Fla.71
A - Rick Heath - Ocoee, Fla.71
A - Rick Sargent - Kissimmee, Fla.71
A - John O'Leary(a) - Orlando, Fla.71
A - Edward Halsell - Orlando, Fla. 72
 
LUTZ, FLA. - TPC OF TAMPA BAY
Marco Dawson - Lakeland, Fla.65
Gary Koch - Tampa, Fla.67
Patrick Frasca - Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.68
Val D'Souza - Tampa, Fla.69
Keith Kulzer - Land O Lakes, Fla.69
Gary Sica Jr - Land O'Lakes, Fla.72
A - Vince Buelk - Tampa, Fla.72
A - Douglas Ferris - Brooksville, Fla.72
A - John Hulbert - Bradenton, Fla.73
A - Patrick Olive(a) - Tarpon Springs, Fla.73
 
May 15, 2001
 
ALOHA, ORE. - RESERVE VINEYARDS
Scott Johnson - Kennewick, Wash.65
Robert Gibbons - Molalla, Ore.69
Bob Rannon - Florence, Ore.69
O D Vincent - Seattle, Wash.70
Doug Nelson(a) - Portland, Ore.70
David Lebeck - Portland, Ore.70
A - Tony Buda(a) - Beaverton, Ore.70
A - Tracy Vest - Portland, Ore.70
A - Jim White(a) - Eugene, Ore.70
A - Mark Worthington - Kirkland, Wash.70
 
ALTOONA, PA. - SCOTCH VALLEY CC
Sean Farren - Oakmont, Pa.67
Pat Patterson(a) - Sea Island, Ga.70
Joe Nieporte - Farmington, Pa.70
Daniel Konieczny - Mt Pleasant, Pa.70
A - Craig Mankins - Indiana, Pa.70
A - Paul Oglesby - Ardmore, Pa.70
A - Adam Decker - St Petersburg, Fla.71
A - Billy Anderson - Wilmington, N.C.71
 
BOISE, IDAHO - BANBURY GC
Jonathan Gibbs - Boise, Idaho68
Lance Rieber - Boise, Idaho71
A - Todd Bindner - Boise, Idaho71
A - Luke Saltus(a) - Boise, Idaho72
A - Luke Sestero(a) - Boise, Idaho73
 
BURLINGTON WA, WASH. - AVALON GL
Don Montague - Everett, Wash.69
Rick Fehr - Redmond, Wash.72
Paul Houvener(a) - Bothell, Wash.72Michael Combs - Kennewick, Wash.72
Clint Wallman - Spokane, Wash.72
A - Chris Dompier - Kirkland, Wash.73
A - Ryan Moore(a) - Puyallup, Wash.74
A - Keith Liedes - Aberdeen, Wash.74
A - Chris Griffin - Puyallup, Wash.75
 
CRANSTON, R.I. - ALPINE CC
Jeffrey Dantas - Seekonk, Mass.70
Chris Van Der Velde - Norwich, Conn.70
Tom Johnson - East Greenwich, R.I.72
Christopher Congdon - Attleboro, Mass.73
A - Jonathan Drumm(a) - Cranston, R.I.74
A - John Paesani - Norwich, Conn.74
A - Al Vallante - East Providence, R.I.74
A - Patrick Sheehan - Warwick, R.I.75
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS - BLACKHORSE GC
Casey Clendenon(a) - Katy, Texas68
Brian Domingues - Beaumont, Texas69
Miguel Del Angel - Katy, Texas70
Charles Rudd - Kingwood, Texas70
Bob Kearney(a) - Houston, Texas70
Billy Tuten - Sugar Land, Texas70
A - Henrik Simonsen - Houston, Texas70
A - Alejandro Munoz - Mexico71
A - Mark Miller - Houston, Texas71
A - Patrick Prince - Lafayette, La.71
 
KENNETT SQUARE, PA. - KENNETT SQUARE G
Ryan Dillon - Winter Garden, Fla.66
Emlyn Aubrey - Bossier City, La.67
Chris Anderson - Wilmington, Del.68
Rick Osberg - Chester Springs, Pa.69
Mark Anderson - Collegeville, Pa.71
John Spina - Harleysville, Pa.71
A - Brian Quinn - Philadelphia, Pa.72
A - Pat Bates - Boca Raton, Fla.72
A - David Seeman - Hockessin, Del.73
A - Kelly Murray - Canada73
 
LOMPOC, CALIF. - LA PURISIMA GC
Jeff Brehaut - Sunnyvale, Calif.69
Mark Taylor - Thousand Oaks, Calif.70
Rick Garboski - Newbury Park, Calif.71
Paul Holtby - Moorpark, Calif.71
Kevin Larsen(a) - Santa Barbara, Calif.71
Glenn Preciado - Ventura, Calif.71
Greg Edwards - Visalia, Calif.73
A - Danny Luirette - Bakersfield, Calif.73
A - John Pate(a) - Santa Barbara, Calif.73
 
PALM DESERT, CALIF. - IRONWOOD CC
Anthony Kim(a) - La Quinta, Calif.66
James Detrixhe - Santa Monica, Calif.67
Chris Gonzales - Montebello, Calif.67
Mark Wurtz - La Quinta, Calif.68
Mark Scheibach - Milwaukee, Wis.70
Jorge Corral - San Ysidro, Calif.70
Chad Brundy - La Quinta, Calif.70
A - Jason Brubaker - Seattle, Wash.70
A - Scott McCormack - Australia70
 
RIVERHEAD, N.Y. - LONG ISLAND NAT'L
Paul Dickinson - Montauk, N.Y.70
Michael Laudien - Fairless Hills, Pa.72
Raymond Floyd Jr(a) - New York, N.Y.73
Jeffrey Fortson - Brooklyn, N.Y.73
Raymond Ziats III - Brookville, N.Y.74
Paul Glut - Holtsville, N.Y.74
Michael Caporale - Manhasset, N.Y.74
A - P J Cowan - Palm City, Fla.74
A - Dave Segot(a) - Bethpage, N.Y.75
A - Aloysius Falussy(a) - Dix Hills, N.Y.75
 
ST. LOUIS, MO. - WESTWOOD CC
David Lucks(a) - St Louis, Mo.69
John Hunter - Columbia, Mo.70
Jay Delsing - St Louis, Mo.70
Mitch Voges - Simi Valley, Calif.71
Larry Emery - St Louis, Mo.71
John Hayes - St Louis, Mo.71
Jim Knoesel - Columbia, Mo.71
Jeffrey Hunter - Columbia, Ill.71
A - Ryan Giancola(a) - Chesterfield, Mo.72
A - Scott Moore - Collinsville, Ill.72
A - Jeffrey Escott - Canada72
A - Robert Reidelberger - O'Fallon, Ill.72
 
WALLACE, N.C. - RIVER LANDING CC
Mark Wilson - Pewaukee, Wis.65
Jonathan Byrd - Elgin, S.C.67
Todd Grassi - Erie, Pa.68
Rob Welton(a) - Clayton, N.C.68
Angel Franco - Albany, N.Y.68
Anthony Painter - Australia69
A - John Elliott - Britstol, Conn.69
A - Sean Quinlivan - Ireland69
A - Michael Swiger - Weirton, W.Va.69
A - Todd Camplin - Peopia, Ill.69
 
May 14, 2001
 
AUSTIN, TEXAS - AUSTIN CC
Jimmy Walker(a) - Cibolo, Texas66
Derrick Pursley - Andrews, Texas69
Jeff Hughes - Waco, Texas70
James Arnett - Austin, Texas70
Gabe Reynolds(a) - Wildwood, Texas70
Brian McMyler - Houston, Texas70
Jay Reynolds(a) - Austin, Texas71
A - Adam Meyer(a) - Waco, Texas71
A - Brad Lardon - Austin, Texas72
A - Kyle Jerome - Austin, Texas72
A - Mike Healer - Gatesville, Texas73
 
BALTIMORE, MD. - TOWSON G & CC
David Hutsell - Baltimore, Md. 69
Bart Mease - Darnestown, Md.70
Perry Moss - Baton Rouge, La.71
Mike Stanoly - Houston, Texas71
David Havens - Charlottesville, Va.71
Wayne Defrancesco - Columbia, Md.72
Lewis Chitengwa - Zimbabwe72
Andy Dofflemyer(a) - Earlysville, Va.72
A - Kelly Gibson - New Orleans, La.72
A - Billy Mellon(a) - Nokesville, Va.72
A - Charles Briggs - Bethesda, Md.72
A - Martin Crovo - Roanoke, Va.72
 
BOWLING GREEN, KY. - INDIAN HILLS CC
Tyler Williamson - Decatur, Ala.68
Travis Womble - Nashville, Tenn.71
Nate Gilchrist - Bowling Green, Ky.72
John Holmes(a) - Campbellsville, Ky.72
David Brown(a) - Louisville, Ky.72
A - Brett Jones(a) - Paducah, Ky.72
A - Paul Douglas(a) - London, Ky.73
A - Patrick Williams(a) - Richmond, Ky.73

BUFFALO, N.Y. - BRIERWOOD CC
Danny Mijovic - Canada66
Mark Kirk - Hamburg, N.Y.69
Derek Gillespie - Canada70
A - Brennan Webb - Canada71
A - Martin Price - Canada71
A - E J Pfister - East Aurora, N.Y.74
A - Charlie Woo(a) - Canada74
 
BURLESON, TEXAS - SOUTHERN OAKS GC
Kelly Grunewald - Arlington, Texas64
Dan Dunkelberg(a) - Ft Worth, Texas67
Scott Volpitto(a) - Augusta, Ga.68
Mark Walker - Arlington, Texas68
Henry Cagigal - Fort Worth, Texas68
David Studebaker - Wichita Falls, Texas68
A - Michael Flynn - Fort Worth, Texas68
A - Adam Rubinson(a) - Fort Worth, Texas68
A - Joseph Gullion - Dallas, Texas69
A - Ben Ferguson - Australia69
 
CEDAR SPRINGS, MICH. - CEDAR CHASE GC
Dean Kennedy - Canada70
Andy Matthews(a) - Grand Rapids, Mich.70
Todd Doohan - Canada71
A - Colby Beckstrom(a) - N Muskegon, Mich.72
A - Eric Jorgensen(a) - Big Rapids, Mich.73
A - Joshua Beckestrom(a) - N Muskegan, Mich.73
A - Gary Robinson(a) - Jackson, Mich.73
 
CHULA VISTA, CALIF. - SAN DIEGO CC
Mike Nokes - San Diego, Calif.70
Greg Cesario - San Marcos, Calif.70
Brad Hardan - San Diego, Calif.70
Koji Yamamoto - Japan71
David Hobby - San Pedro, Calif.71
Greg Padilla - Scottsdale, Ariz.72
A - Dennis Le Donne - Yuma, Ariz.73
A - Robert Geisbert - San Diego, Calif.73
 
COON RAPIDS, MINN. - BUNKER HILLS GC
Kyle Blackman - N Mankato, Minn.63
Dave Tentis - Woodbury, Minn.64
Don Berry - Brooklyn Park, Minn.68
David Nordeen - St Bonifacius, Minn.68
David Gunderson - Stillwater, Minn.68
Scott Spence - Shorewood, Minn.69
Matthew Witham(a) - St Paul, Minn.69
Dean Zahn - Aberdeen, S.D.69
Craig Brischke - White Bear Lk, Minn.69
Mario Tiziani - Chanhassen, Minn.70
A - Wilhelm Schauman(a) - Sweden70
A - Steve Chesley(a) - Minneapolis, Minn.70
A - Terry O'Loughlin - White Bear Lake, Minn.70
A - Joe Stansberry(a) - Minneapolis, Minn.70
 
CITY OF INDUSTRY, CALIF. - INDUSTRY HILLS GC
Michael Beard(a) - Palm Desert, Calif.69
James Popoff - Whittier, Calif.69
Parker McLachlin(a) - Honolulu, Hawaii72
Mark Wilson - Thousand Oaks, Calif.72
Craig Steinberg(a) - Los Angeles, Calif.72
Steve Navarro - Covina, Calif.73
Joey Citro - Alhambra, Calif.73
A - Andy Chong - Los Angeles, Calif.73
A - Michael Lavery(a) - Irvine, Calif.73
A - Alex Kuyumjian(a) - Thousand Oaks, Calif.73
A - Geoffrey Dean - Palm Springs, Calif.73
 
EL PASO, TEXAS - PAINTED DUNES DESERT
Steve Haskins - El Paso, Texas64
Todd Fields - El Paso, Texas67
A - Ralph Gemoets - El Paso, Texas71
A - Charlie Prince - Midland, Texas71
A - Michael Smith - El Paso, Texas72

FRENCH LICK, IND. - FRENCH LICK SPGS
Kevin Wassmer(a) - Poseyville, Ind.68
Nicholas Biesecker - Lexington, N.C.69
David Jasper - Louisville, Ky.69
A - Michael Finney - Louisville, Ky.71
A - Darrett Brinker - Evansville, Ind.71
A - Chad Wellhausen - Jackson, Miss.71
A - Joshua Habig - Jasper, Ind.71
 
GENOA, NEV. - GENOA LAKES GC
Mike Haack(a) - Bellevue, Wash.69
Steve Sheehan(a) - Reno, Nev.72
Mark Gilmartin(a) - Reno, Nev.72
A - Matthew Dito - Mill Valley, Calif.72
A - Kirk Schwoyer(a) - Reno, Nev.73
A - Don Winter - Salida, Calif.73
A - Jeff Duncan(a) - Carson City, Nev.73
 
HARRISBURG, PA. - WEST SHORE CC
Jim Fuller(a) - Muskogee, Okla.68
Michael Reese - Chambersburg, Pa.70
Joe Daley - Scottsdale, Ariz.71
Terry Slater Jr - Flemington, N.J.72
A - John Digiacomo(a) - Lebanon, Pa.73
A - Heath Davidson - Carlisle, Pa.73
A - John Francisco - Hershey, Pa.73
A - Rob Shuey - Mechanicsburg, Pa.73

HOT SPRINGS, ARK. - HOT SPRINGS CC
Ed McSpadden(a) - Russellville, Ark.68
Brent Winston - Sheridan, Ark.68
Ben Branson(a) - Hot Springs, Ark.68
David White - Little Rock, Ark.69
Lee Brun - Jonesboro, Ark.70
A - Geoffrey Jones - Texarkana, Ark.70
A - Beau Galyean(a) - Ardmore, Okla.70
A - Craig Lile(a) - So Africa71
A - Patrick Lee - Oxford, Miss.71
 
HURRICANE, W.VA. - SLEEPY HOLLOW CC
Scott Davis - Hurricane, W.Va.69
Jonathan Clark - Mifflintown, Pa.70
A - James Whitt(a) - Huntington, W.Va.71
A - Michael Thompson - Lynchburg, Va.71
A - Patrick Carter(a) - Lesage, W.Va.71
A - Bud Tate(a) - Vienna, W.Va.73
 
KANSAS CITY, KAN. - MILBURN G & CC
Steve Gotsche - Great Bend, Kan.70
John Bizik - Ponca City, Okla.71
Jim Farrell - East Norwich, N.Y.71
Larry Alexander - Richland, Mo.72
Bruce Vaughan - Hutchinson, Kan.72
Chris Marshall(a) - Stilwell, Kan.73
Byron Shultz(a) - Overland Park, Kan.73
A - Michael Farris - California, Mo. 73
A - Chris Thompson - Independence, Kan.73
A - J David Conderman(a) - Olathe, Kan.73

KINDERHOOK, N.Y. - OLDE KINDERHOOK GC
Jerry Impellittiere - New Windsor, N.Y.74
Frank Mellet - Voorheesville, N.Y.75
Ronald A Philo Jr - Amelia Island, Fla.76
A - Peter Gerard - Albany, N.Y.78
A - Steven Vatter - Albany, N.Y.78
A - David Hayes(a) - Menands, N.Y.78
 
LONGWOOD, FL - THE LEGACY CLUB AT ALAQUA LAKES
Ty Tryon(a) - Orlando, Fla. 65
Brendan Takacs - Clearwater, Fla. 67
Matt Kuchar - Jupiter, Fla. 68
Don Donatello - Lake Mary, Fla. 69
Paul Curry - Heathrow, Fla. 69
David Sutton - Maitland, Fla. 69
A - Aaron Barber - Casselberry, Fla. 69
A - Patrick Patterson - Orlando, Fla. 70
A - Gary Gilchrist - Bradenton, Fla. 70
A - Phil Eich - Altamonte Springs, Fla. 71

MARKSVILLE, LA. - TAMAHKA TRAILS GC
Joseph Moss - Monroe, La.72
Jeffrey Calloway(a) - Baker, La.72
Heath McGallion - Beaumont, Texas72
A - Scott Moore - Shreveport, La.72
A - James Wilkins - Madison, Miss.73
A - Phil Schmitt - Baton Rouge, La.73
A - Greg Sonnier - Lake Charles, La.73

MEMPHIS, TENN. - CHICKASAW CC
Rodney Still - Marion, Ark.68
Tom Madden Jr(a) - Germantown, Tenn.69
Larry Dupree(a) - Germantown, Tenn.70
Jason Walters - Memphis, Tenn.70
A - David Howser - Cordova, Tenn.71
A - Jeffrey Copeland - Henderson, Tenn.71
A - Matthew Loving(a) - Corpus Christi, Texas71
A - David Gossett - Germantown, Tenn.71
 
OCEANSIDE, CALIF. - EL CAMINO CC
Michael Allen - Scottsdale, Ariz.69
Rick Taniguchi - Rancho Santa Margari, Calif.71
Rick Martin(a) - San Marcos, Calif.71
Gary Sowinski - Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.71
Bobby Lasken - Monarch Beach, Calif.71
Benjamin Bost - Mission Viejo, Calif.71
A - Sean Collins - Costa Mesa, Calif.71
A - Darren Ernst - Huntington Beach, Calif.71
 
ORLANDO, FLA. - METROWEST CC
Doug Rhea - Orlando, Fla.70
Brad Brewer - Orlando, Fla.70
Thomas Garner - Winter Park, Fla.71
Shane Rawley - Sarasota, Fla.71
Christopher Moore - Ormond Beach, Fla.71
Chad Lytton - Orlando, Fla.71
A - Jay Overton - Innisbrook, Fla.71
A - Elso Caponi Jr(a) - Orlando, Fla.72
A - Don Carpenter - Ormond Beach, Fla.72
A - Tyler Smith - Daytona Beach, Fla.72
 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH - ALPINE CC
Brett Wayment - Logan, Utah68
Daniel Forsman - Provo, Utah 69
Brett Glaser - Park City, Utah69
James Blair - Ogden, Utah70
A - Randall McCracken - Jacksonville, Fla.70
A - Jon Wright - Salt Lake City, Utah70
A - Tommy Johnson - Orem, Utah71
A - Todd Tanner - Midvale, Utah71
 
SANDESTIN, FLA. - SANDESTINE G & BCH
Scott Smith - Loxley, Ala.69
Rick Gehr - Gulf Shores, Ala.69
Payton Osborn(a) - Birmingham, Ala.70
Benjamin Bates - Havana, Fla.70
A - Todd Bailey - Mobile, Ala.71
A - Mike Riley - Panama, Fla.72
A - Lee Reed - Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.72
A - Pete Mathews - Mandeville, La.72
 
SPRINGFIELD, ILL. - ILLINI CC
Jess Daley - Chicago, Ill.67
Nick Taute(a) - Decatur, Ill.70
John Ehrgott - Peoria, Ill.71
Jason Owen - Jackson, Mo.71
A - Craig Onsrud - Bloomington, Ill.72
A - Dave Ryan(a) - Taylorville, Ill.72
A - Travis Deibert - Doylestown, Pa.73
 
STEVENS POINT, WIS. - SENTRYWORLD
Ryan Helminen - Appleton, Wis.71
Jake Pasch(a) - Fox Point, Wis.71
Mark Voeller - Waukesha, Wis.72
Robert Gregorski(a) - Milwaukee, Wis.73
A - Michael Johnston(a) - West Allis, Wis.73
A - Tim O'Brien(a) - Mequon, Wis.74
A - John Carlson(a) - Bagley, Minn.74
A - Timothy Grogan - Mequon, Wis.74

TOLEDO, OHIO - MAUMEE BAY STATE PK
Mike Stone - Toledo, Ohio69
Eric Oakes - Swanton, Ohio69
Ben Curtis - Kent, Ohio69
Brian Kontak - Phoenix, Ariz.70
A - Erik Ciotti - Barrington, Ill.70
A - Michael Ignasiak(a) - Saline, Mich.71
A - Tim Katanski(a) - Monroe, Mich.71

VERO BEACH, FLA. - HAWK'S NEST GC
Jacob Ferenz - Vero Beach, Fla.68
Thomas Tobey - Port St Lucie, Fla.70
Scott Ford - Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.71
Chris Campbell - Vero Beach, Fla.72
Andy Bean - Lakeland, Fla.72
Andrew Biggadike(a) - Ridgewood, N.J.72
A - Timothy Metko - Jupiter, Fla.72
A - James Brindell II(a) - Jupiter, Fla.73
A - Michael McNerney - Chicago, Ill.73
A - Brian Peaper - Tequesta, Fla.73

WESTON, FLA. - WESTON HILLS CC
Richard Terga - Miami, Fla.66
Arthur Hafemann Jr - Boynton Beach, Fla.67
John Calabria - Naples, Fla.69
Gregory Kopf(a) - Bay Harbor Island, Fla.69
Gary Knapp - Boca Raton, Fla.69
Lloyd Warwick - England70
Jeff Barlow - Jackson, Miss.70
David Schuster - Hawthorne, N.J.70
Dan Quinn - Pittsburgh, Pa.70
A - David Von Hoffmann - Lake Worth, Fla.70
A - Paul Carpenter - Coral Springs, Fla. 70
A - Hiroshi Matsuo - Jupiter, Fla.70
A - Marty Stanovich - Tamarac, Fla. 70
 

May 11, 2001
 
BOYNTON BEACH, FL - HUNTER'S RUN GC
Justin Hicks - Boynton Beach,Fla.68
Steve Scott - Wellington,Fla.69
Alan Zimmerman - Palm Beach Gardens,Fla.69
Steve Lebrun - Palm Springs,Fla.70
Bruce Zabriski - Jupiter,Fla.70
Michael Malizia - Palm City,Fla.71
A - Ken Duke - Boca Raton,Fla.71
A - Damon Green - Orlando,Fla.71
A - Bruce Sands(a) - West Palm Beach,Fla.72
A - Patrick Hawkins - West Palm Beach,Fla.72
 
May 10, 2001
 
BRONXVILLE, NY - SIWANOY CC
William Olin(a) - Granite Springs,N.Y.70
Heath Wassem - Scarsdale,N.Y.70
Lawrence Scortichini - Mt Sinai,N.Y.71
Patrick Eggeling - Purchase,N.Y.72
Matt Chilenskas - Mamaroneck,N.Y.72
Mark Mielke - East Norwich,N.Y.72
Evre Veress - Englewood,N.J.72
Darrell Kestner - Glen Cove,N.Y.72
A - Thomas Pura(a) - Bedford Hills,N.Y.72
 
HENDERSEN, NV(2) - BLACK MOUNTAIN G
Jared Munk(a) - Henderson,Nev.68
Christopher Berry - Las Vegas,Nev.68
A - Eddie Heinen - Las Vegas,Nev.68
A - Jeremy Anderson - Las Vegas,Nev.69
A - Heath Neal - Henderson,Nev.69
A - Brett Foulds(a) - Escondido,Calif.69

WICHITA, KS - WICHITA CC
Michael Roberts(a) - Wichita,Kan.70
Andy Stewart(a) - Lawrence,Kan.71
A - David Oetken - Valley Center,Kan.74
A - Justin Strausbaugh - New Orleans,La.74
A - Juan Tabares(a) - Wichita,Kan.76
 
May 9, 2001
 
BLUFFTON, SC - COLLETON RIVER PLAT
Craig Merrell - Charleston,S.C.67
Michael Harmon - Beaufort,S.C.68
Justin Bolli - Roswell,Ga.68
John Engler(a) - Augusta,Ga.68
Jack Hall(a) - Savannah,Ga.68
Nash Elliott(a) - Columbia,S.C.69
Kyle Thompson(a) - Columbia,S.C.69
John Patterson - Bluffton,S.C.69
A - Mike Devlin Jr - West Palm Beach,Fla.69
A - Lucas Glover(a) - Greenville,S.C.69
A - Philip Boehme - Charleston,S.C.69
A - Bruce McDonald(a) - Charleston,S.C.70
 
HOWELL, MI - HUNTER'S RIDGE GC
John Koskinen(a) - Baraga,Mich.68
Michael Harris - Troy,Mich.70
Denny Hepler - Warsaw,Ind.70
Chris Greenwood - Valdese,N.C.70
Brent Goik(a) - E Lansing,Mich.70
Matthew Riegel - Holt,Mich.71
Matthew McDougall - Rochester Hills,Mich.71
A - Chuck Pohl - Grand Ledge,Mich.71
A - Walter Gieselman(a) - Commerce Twp,Mich.71
A - Kevin Hogan(a) - Clinton Township,Mich.72
A - John Gregus - Grand Blanc,Mich.72
 
WAIKOLOA, HI - WAIKOLOA BEACH RESORT
Kirk Nelson - Kihei,Hawaii69
A - Ron Castillo Jr - Kamuela,Hawaii70
A - Kevin Carll - Kamuela,Hawaii76
A - Robert Wallace - Kihei,Hawaii76
 
May 8, 2001
 
FARMINGDALE, NJ - SHORE OAKS GC
Michael Meehan - Locust Valley,N.Y.68
James Milam(a) - Princeton,N.J.68
Peter Busch - Scotch Plains,N.J.69
Michael Diette - Keanesburg,N.J.69
Len Siter - Cranford,N.J.69
Matthew Oconnell - Yardville,N.J.70
Domenic Gatto - Palm Beach Gardens,Fla.70
David Laudien - Perrineville,N.J.70
Chris Miyahara - Eatontown,N.J.70
A - Brent Studer - Manasquan,N.J.70
A - Peter Walsh - Toms River,N.J.70
A - Ronald McDougal - Deal,N.J.70
A - Thomas Lee(a) - Tenafly,N.J.70
 
May 7, 2001
 
FAIRFIELD, CT - PATTERSON CC
David Gunas Jr - Amston,Conn.67
Robert Deruntz - Rancho Santa Fe,Calif.70
Michael Martin - New Haven,Conn.70
Colin Amaral - Hamden,Conn.70
Rob Corcoran - South Windsor,Conn.71
Mark Farrell(a) - Westport,Conn.71
Kyle Gallo - Kensington,Conn.71
Kyle Piurkoski - Webster,N.Y.72
Tony Demaria - Port Chester,N.Y.73
Frank Bensel - Stamford,Conn.73
A - Scott Dietrich - Greenwich,Conn.73
A - John Reeves - Harrison,N.Y.73
A - Fred Kolakowski - Stratford,Conn.73
A - John Vitale - Waterbury,Conn.74
 
HENDERSEN, NV (1) - THE LEGACY GC
Mike Louden - Henderson,Nev.67
Sean Waddell - Las Vegas,Nev.68
Scott Piercy(a) - Las Vegas,Nev.70
Tim Mickelson - San Diego,Calif.71
Ronald Glennie - Henderson,Nev.71
Brien Davis(a) - Las Vegas,Nev.72
A - Michael Miller - Valencia,Calif.72
A - Drew Scott(a) - Henderson,Nev.72
A - Lee Houtteman - Henderson,Nev.72
A - Rubin Clark - Las Vegas,Nev.72
 
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Monday Scramble: Flawless Francesco outlasts them all

By Will GrayJuly 23, 2018, 2:00 pm

Francesco Molinari outlasts the rest, Tiger Woods inches closer to an earth-shattering victory, Jordan Spieth lets a successful title defense slip away, Eddie Pepperell toasts his success and more in this week’s Open edition of Monday Scramble:

Forza Italia.

Amid a wild and windy afternoon at Carnoustie, where seemingly no less than a dozen players had a viable shot at the claret jug, it was a steady performance from Francesco Molinari that translated into breakthrough.

Molinari is no stranger to the big stage, and five years ago he played the final round alongside Phil Mickelson as Lefty stormed from behind to win at Muirfield. But this time, this day, it was his turn to shine as he put forth a ball-striking and scrambling clinic that yielded 16 pars and two birdies while the other leaders struggled around him.

It's the cap of an impressive heater for Molinari, who is now the first Italian to ever win a major. He outlasted Rory McIlroy at the BMW PGA Championship in May, won the Quicken Loans National by eight shots last month and now has finished first or second in five of his last six worldwide starts.

The soft-spoken veteran played the final two rounds without making a bogey, and he is a worthy champion. Expect the jug to receive a few refills of wine - and perhaps a little coffee - over the next year.


1. For about a 90-minute stretch Sunday, it seemed like Tiger Woods would finally find a way to silence the critics once and for all.

Playing alongside Molinari, Woods displayed the same tactical brilliance on the opening nine, carding two birdies while others struggled out of the gates and, at one point, taking the lead alone. But an errant approach and a poor flop shot led to a double bogey on No. 11, and his bid for the jug was diverted soon thereafter.

But man, what a ride it was through that opening stretch. For months the questions have lingered about exactly how and when Tiger might put all the pieces together, and after an early exit at Shinnecock it was easy to write him off. But his inner tactician shined for much of the week on a toasty layout, and he was steady in all facets over the weekend.

Just as Woods' five-win season in 2013 has been used as a recent example of just how high his ceiling reaches, so too this performance will be viewed like manna from heaven for Tiger apologists. He didn't quite pull it off, but there's every reason to expect that he can do so the next time around.

2. While he came up three shots short of catching Molinari, even Woods appeared to savor the final leg of a T-6 finish that serves as his best result in a major in five years and becomes the new high water mark for an already impressive season.

"It was a blast," Woods told reporters. "I was saying earlier that I need to try and keep it in perspective because, beginning of the year, if they'd have said you're playing the Open Championship, I would have said I'd be very lucky to do that."



3. A bit more on Molinari, the newest Champion Golfer of the Year who has turned into a weekend assassin over the last three months. 

Between his stirring victory at Wentworth, his rout at TPC Potomac and his comeback at Carnoustie, Molinari has now played six weekend rounds while making only a single bogey. One!

That includes 36 bogey-free holes over the last two days in Scotland, as Molinari methodically took apart the demanding links layout while turning in the only bogey-free scorecard out of the entire field on Sunday.

"To go the weekend bogey-free, it's unthinkable, to be honest," Molinari said. "But I felt really good this morning. When I came here, I felt ready for the challenge."

4 While many players would quiver at the thought of a final-round tee time alongside Woods with a major on the line, Molinari didn't blink. Perhaps because he's been in similar situations before.

In addition to his supporting role during Mickelson's win in 2013, Molinari has twice faced off with Woods in the Ryder Cup - including a 2012 singles' draw that remains Woods' most recent Ryder Cup match. So stepping to the tee Sunday, Molinari was fazed neither by his playing partner nor by the three co-leaders that sat three shots ahead of him.

"Clearly in my group, the attention wasn't really on me, let's put it that way," Molinari said. "If someone was expecting a charge, probably they weren't expecting it from me, but it's been the same the whole of my career."

5. How times change. Just a few weeks ago, Molinari opted to tee it up at the Quicken Loans National instead of the French Open at Ryder Cup venue Le Golf National. The reason? He was concerned about his FedExCup standing.

Molinari hadn't done much in the States this year, and he was 123rd in points with his 2019 status very much in limbo. Fast forward a few weeks - including two wins and a runner-up - and Molinari can safely book travel plans on both sides of the Atlantic for years to come.



6. It was a week of what might have been for Jordan Spieth.

Spieth started his stint in Scotland by handing back the claret jug in a ceremony he admitted was more bitter than sweet. But through 54 holes, he was the betting favorite as one of three co-leaders, equipped with a great chance to go back-to-back and end a victory drought that extended back to Royal Birkdale.

Amid a disappointing campaign, it was the first time he started the final round closer than four shots to the lead.

But Spieth apparently used up his magic last year in Southport, as he seemed out of sorts from the start and quickly faded. Spieth didn't make a birdie all day, and he found a gorse bush at an inopportune time en route to a double bogey on one of the easiest holes on the course.

It added up to a 76 and a tie for ninth, another disappointing finish in a year of mixed results. Now he'll have to wait another year for a potential reunion with the jug.

7. Of course, Spieth wasn't the only player who watched a share of the 54-hole lead slip away.

Kevin Kisner held at least a share of the lead after each of the first three days, but his bid for a maiden major went sideways in a bunker on the second hole Sunday. Xander Schauffele's bid lasted significantly longer, as he kept pace with Molinari until the 17th hole.

But in the end, it was a 3-over 74 and a share of second place for both men, who now find themselves firmly in the Ryder Cup mix heading into the homestretch of the selection process.



8. For the first time in his career, Rory McIlroy has a runner-up finish in a major championship. But good luck making sense of his week at Carnoustie years from now.

McIlroy was barely a factor over the weekend, having seemingly forfeited his shot at a second Open title during benign third-round conditions. But when his lengthy eagle putt fell on the 14th hole Sunday and sparked a celebration reminiscent of Hazeltine, hope was once again alive.

Ultimately, it was too little too late for the Ulsterman, who couldn't convert a lengthy birdie putt on the 72nd hole that could have putt pressure on the leaders behind him. He'll leave Scotland with a healthy check, but without the feeling that he ever got both feet planted in his quest for the claret jug.

"I just ran out of holes," McIlroy said.

9. If McIlroy's runner-up felt like somewhat of a disappointment, Justin Rose's T-2 finish was nothing short of found money.

Rose needed to birdie the difficult 18th on Friday simply to make the cut on the number, and he rebounded with a third-round 64. The Englishman added a Sunday 69 to lend credence to the notion that, despite only two top-10s in the tournament as a pro, Rose might still have an Open title in him after all.

"I just think having made the cut number, it's a great effort to be relevant on the leaderboard on Sunday," Rose said.

The weekend close continues a recent run of solid form for Rose, who won a few weeks back at Colonial and now has reached a career-best No. 2 in the world rankings.


So the Champion Golfer of the Year walks into a coffee shop...

Sadly, it seems we may not see these creative retirement plans come to fruition - at least not for a few years. But credit to Molinari for thinking outside the box, and credit to Wesley Bryan for a timely share.

This week's award winners ... 


Hair of the Dog: Eddie Pepperell. The 27-year-old Englishman admitted he was "a little hungover" during the final round, but he still put up the day's best score with a 4-under 67 that gave him a share of sixth and his first ever top-10 finish in a major. Drinks all around.

Paris Bound?: Webb Simpson. The Players champ tied for 12th to move past Bryson DeChambeau at No. 8 in the U.S. Ryder Cup standings, with the top eight after the PGA Championship qualifying automatically. Schauffele moved to 11th, while Kisner moved to 13th.

Quiet Consistency: Tony Finau. Finau tied for ninth at Carnoustie and has now cracked the top 10 in each of the three majors this year. In fact, six of his 10 career major starts have gone for T-18 or better. Perhaps something for Captain Furyk to consider.

Quietly Slumping: Sergio Garcia. The Spaniard is barely a year removed from his watershed win, but he has now missed the cut in four straight majors and has missed six of nine cuts overall dating back to the Masters.

Role Reversal: Molinari, who won The Open while playing alongside Tiger 12 years after he caddied for his brother, Edoardo, in a group with Woods at the 2006 Masters. Woods was the defending champ, and Edoardo was the reigning U.S. Amateur winner:

King of Yelp: To the Carnoustie barber that gave Spieth a trim before the third round that set social media ablaze. While Spieth admitted it was a little "high and tight," it became the most famous £9 haircut in years.

Make Your Own Bed: To the frat house of American stars that has become something of an Open annual tradition. While Spieth, Kisner and Zach Johnson fell short of winning the jug for the house, hopefully they all got a few good shots in on all-time goalie Jason Dufner during intra-squad soccer scrimmages.

Kick Him Out: To the obnoxious fan that nearly derailed Tiger's final tee shot. One-upsmanship has become somewhat of a plague among American crowds, but Sunday showed that even the revered Scottish faithful have a few bad eggs in the bunch.

Place Your Bets: With only 17 days until the opening round of the PGA Championship, the Westgate Las Vegas installed Dustin Johnson as a 12/1 co-favorite alongside Spieth and McIlroy. Woods headlines the group next in line at 16/1.


Blown Fantasy Pick of the Week: Justin Thomas. For the second year in a row, Thomas' Open chances fell apart during a rainy second round. It was 67-80 at Birkdale, and this time 69-77 to miss the cut by a shot at Carnoustie. Watching what Rose did after finishing only one shot better through 36 holes only adds salt to the wound.

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DJ, McIlroy, Spieth listed as PGA betting favorites

By Will GrayJuly 23, 2018, 1:38 pm

Three majors are in the books, but there's still one more trophy up for grabs in two weeks' time.

While next year The Open will signal the end of the 2019 major season amid a revamped calendar, this is the final year that the PGA Championship will be held in August. The tournament returns next month to Bellerive Country Club outside St. Louis, which last hosted the PGA when Nick Price won in 1992 and hasn't hosted a PGA Tour event since Camilo Villegas won the 2008 BMW Championship.

Oddsmakers at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook published PGA betting odds shortly after the final putt dropped at Carnoustie and Francesco Molinari left with the claret jug. Topping the board are a trio of major champions: Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, all listed at 12/1.

McIlroy won the PGA in both 2012 and 2014, while Spieth needs only the Wanamaker Trophy to round out the career Grand Slam. Johnson has recorded four top-10s in the PGA, notably a T-5 finish at Whistling Straits in 2010 when a few grains of sand kept him out of a playoff with Martin Kaymer and Bubba Watson.

Fresh off a T-6 finish in Scotland, Tiger Woods headlines the group listed at 16/1, behind only the three co-favorites as he looks to win a 15th career major.

Here's a look at the betting odds for a number of contenders, with the opening round of the PGA just 17 days away:

12/1: Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth

16/1: Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler

18/1: Justin Rose

20/1: Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm

25/1: Tommy Fleetwood, Francesco Molinari, Jason Day

30/1: Patrick Reed, Hideki Matsuyama

40/1: Henrik Stenson, Alex Noren, Paul Casey

50/1: Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia, Tony Finau, Xander Schauffele, Matt Kuchar

60/1: Marc Leishman, Branden Grace, Louis Oosthuizen, Patrick Cantlay, Bryson DeChambeau, Webb Simpson

80/1: Adam Scott, Zach Johnson, Kevin Kisner

100/1: Ian Poulter, Thomas Pieters, Tyrrell Hatton, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Daniel Berger, Kevin Chappell, Brian Harman, Brandt Snedeker, Charley Hoffman

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Molinari moves to No. 6 in world with Open win

By Will GrayJuly 23, 2018, 12:31 pm

After breaking through for his first career major title, Francesco Molinari reached some rarified air in the latest installment of the Official World Golf Rankings.

The Italian's two-shot win at Carnoustie moved him up nine spots to No. 6 in the world, not surprisingly a new career high. But it's also a quick ascent for Molinari, who has now won three of his last six worldwide starts and was ranked No. 33 in the world after missing the cut at The Players Championship two months ago.

A share of second place helped Xander Schauffele jump from No. 24 to No. 18 in the updated standings, while the same result meant Kevin Kisner went from No. 33 to No. 25. Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy both went up one spot after T-2 finishes to No. 2 and No. 7, respectively - a new career high for Rose.

The drama in the rankings unfolded at No. 50, as Tiger Woods moved up 21 spots to exactly No. 50 following his T-6 finish. While some projections had him moving to 51st, Woods was able to sneak into the top 50 just in time to qualify for a return to the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, as the top 50 in the rankings both this week and next qualify for Akron.

That includes Zach Johnson, last year's runner-up who was not yet qualified but moved from No. 52 to No. 49 this week. It also includes Kevin Chappell, who went from 61st to 47th with a T-6 finish in Scotland.

Despite missing the cut at Carnoustie, Dustin Johnson remains world No. 1 for another week followed by Rose, Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka and Jon Rahm. Molinari is now at No. 6, with McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Jason Day rounding out the top 10.

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Simpson overtakes DeChambeau in Ryder Cup race

By Will GrayJuly 23, 2018, 12:09 pm

A T-12 finish at The Open allowed Webb Simpson to move past Bryson DeChambeau into the eighth and final automatic qualifying spot in the U.S. Ryder Cup points race with just three weeks to go.

Simpson finished the week at 3 under, five shots behind winner Francesco Molinari. Adding another strong result to his win at TPC Sawgrass and T-10 finish at the U.S. Open, he's now edged in front of DeChambeau by less than 41 points. But with players earning one point per $1,000 each of the next two weeks and 1.5 points per $1,000 at the PGA Championship, the race is far from over.

Jordan Spieth's T-9 finish strengthened his position at No. 6, as the top six players are essentially assured of qualifying automatically. Rickie Fowler held onto his spot at No. 7, while Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner both moved onto the bubble following T-2 finishes at Carnoustie. After a T-6 finish, Tiger Woods jumped from 31st to 20th.

Here's a look at the updated American standings, with the top eight after the PGA qualifying automatically and captain Jim Furyk adding four picks in September:

1. Brooks Koepka

2. Dustin Johnson

3. Patrick Reed

4. Justin Thomas

5. Bubba Watson

6. Jordan Spieth

7. Rickie Fowler

8. Webb Simpson

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9. Bryson DeChambeau

10. Phil Mickelson

11. Xander Schauffele

12. Matt Kuchar

13. Kevin Kisner

14. Tony Finau

15. Brian Harman

On the European side, Molinari was already in position to qualify automatically but is now assured of a spot on Thomas Bjorn's roster this fall. Fellow major champs Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy also solidified their footing with runner-up performances.

Here's a look at how things look for the Europeans, with the top four from each list after the PGA Championship qualifying automatically:

European Points

1. Francesco Molinari

2. Justin Rose

3. Tyrrell Hatton

4. Tommy Fleetwood

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Thorbjorn Olesen

Russell Knox

Eddie Pepperell

World Points

1. Jon Rahm

2. Alex Noren

3. Rory McIlroy

4. Paul Casey

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Matthew Fitzpatrick

Sergio Garcia

Ian Poulter