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U.S. Open final qualifying results

From California to Florida and New York to Washington, varied websites unfold throughout the nation offered one final shot to qualify for the nation’s main championship on Monday.

For the primary time since 2019 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Golf Association held final qualifying for the 121st U.S. Open, June 17-20 on the South Course at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California. In whole, 54 gamers from 9 totally different websites punched their ticket to the third males’s main championship of the 12 months.

Below you’ll discover recaps from every of the 9 final qualifying websites, in addition to an inventory of the gamers who certified for the U.S. Open.

Keep an eye on our live updates from the field here.

Brookside Golf & Country Club and The Lakes Golf & Country Club, Columbus, Ohio

Editor’s observe: Results from a Tuesday-morning end are connected. COLUMBUS, Ohio – Chez Reavie positive didn’t appear anxious regardless of what his scorecard mentioned Monday when he was dropped off within the fairway on the sixteenth gap at The Lakes Golf and Country Club following a storm delay of three hours, quarter-hour. He had performed 5 holes in his first spherical of the final qualifying stage on Golf’s Longest Day and was 2 over on a mushy course ripe for scoring. Well, scoring is what Reavie began to do when play resumed. The two-time PGA Tour winner eagled 16 after which birdied 17, 18, 1, 2 and three after which added two extra crimson numbers on 6 and eight to show in a 7-under-par 65. He didn’t lose his contact after driving 25 minutes to Brookside Golf and Country Club for his second 18 and shot 67 to face at 12 beneath and properly inside the margin to earn a visit to the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines subsequent week. Leaderboard: Columbus qualifier “I had hit some good shots, but I wasn’t fully committed to what I was doing,” mentioned Reavie, who will play in his ninth U.S. Open. “I hit it great at home last week so I just had to stay patient and have trust in my putter. And it worked. “After getting to Brookside, I was just pressing on. I wasn’t thinking too much about it. I was playing pretty well, giving myself good looks. So I just kept moving forward.” While Reavie hasn’t formally earned his golden ticket to the U.S. Open – the storm delay stored the Columbus qualifying area from fully ending – he’ll be going to San Diego after he performs this week’s Palmetto Championship at Congaree in South Carolina. Related: Chez Reavie supports Sun Devils at NCAAs Also unofficially incomes a visit to the U.S. Open is Wyndham Clark. He shot 64-70 to maneuver to 10 beneath and will likely be one of many 16 gamers incomes a spot out of Columbus. Clark was exhausted after his 36 holes however ecstatic. He has been making an attempt to qualifying for the U.S. Open since he turned 15. He’s now 27. “I grinded it out,” he mentioned. “This is my eighth week in a row on the PGA Tour so it was more mental than physical out there. After I got off to a great start and shot 64, I came over here to The Lakes, which is the easier course, but it seemed every fairway and every green got smaller. I hit a lot of fairway finders and then just decided to let it loose. “This is definitely bucket list for me. Torrey Pines is one of my favorite stops on Tour and to play an Open there will be amazing.” Play will resume at 8 a.m. Tuesday at each programs. Right now, 26 gamers are within the high 16, with 11 at 5 beneath, which might be the playoff lower proper now. PGA Tour gamers populated the highest 26 proper now, together with main champions Charl Schwartzel (8 beneath by means of 32 holes), Keegan Bradley (5 beneath by means of 36) and Jason Dufner (5 beneath by means of 36 holes). In good condition to qualify are Erik van Rooyen (11 beneath by means of 31 holes), J.T. Poston (completed at 10 beneath), Martin Laird (9 beneath with one gap to play), Brendan Steele (9 beneath with two to play), Rafa Cabrera Bello (completed at 8 beneath), Dylan Frittelli (completed at 8 beneath), Sung Kang (completed at 7 beneath), and Adam Hadwin (7 beneath with one gap to play). One participant who must do work is Rickie Fowler. The five-time winner on the PGA Tour and two-time winner on the European Tour is 3 beneath with 5 holes to play. He’ll possible have to make three birdies to get right into a playoff. He will begin on the par-3 14th gap. “I have a good number with a 7-iron in the morning,” Fowler mentioned. “Then some birdie holes coming in. Just get some good looks and makes some putts. I didn’t make much through the first 31 holes. “It was a long day for sure. A little beat up after last week.” Fowler tied for eleventh within the Memorial and tied for eighth within the PGA Championship in his earlier begin earlier than the Memorial. He’s trending in the suitable path after a protracted droop, which helped him get by means of the storm delay and combat by means of his low tank. “Definitely feeling the fatigue,” he mentioned. “We all know Memorial is a big walk and it was a long week, but a lot of guys are in the same spot. I just didn’t get anything going and if you can, you can ride the wave a little bit. “I just didn’t have that wave to ride.” – Steve DiMeglio Qualifying gamers

  • Chez Reavie

  • Erik van Rooyen

  • Wyndham Clark

  • J.T. Poston

  • Martin Laird

  • Rafa Cabrera Bello

  • Dylan Frittelli

  • Brendan Steele

  • Sunghoon Kang

  • Adam Hadwin

  • Charl Schwartzel

  • Michael Johnson

  • Peter Malnati

  • Pierceson Coody

  • Tom Hoge

  • Jhonattan Vegas

Woodmont Country Club (North Course), Rockville, Maryland

In his first main championship begin, Taylor Pendrith completed T-23 on the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot. The 29-year-old Canadian will get one other shot on the nation’s main title after successful a 36-hole final qualifier at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, Maryland, on Tuesday. Following an opening-round 2-under 70 Pendrith shot the low-round of the afternoon, a 6-under 66, to climb atop the leaderboard at 8 beneath. A two-time winner on the PGA Tour Canada in 2019, Pendrith was a two-time Mid-American Conference participant of the 12 months for Kent State, the place he was teammates with PGA Tour professional Corey Conners. A complete of 71 gamers had been competing for 4 spots from the Rockville final qualifier. Leaderboard: Rockville qualifier Dylan Wu, a Northwestern graduate who held the early lead after an opening-round 6-under 66, completed second at 7 beneath, adopted by Chris Baker and Christopher Crawford, who completed T-3 at 5 beneath. Baker, an Iowa State graduate and 2019 Korn Ferry Tour graduate, struggled by means of the center of the course by enjoying holes 8-14 at 4 over. With his father on the bag, Baker made birdies on Nos. 15 and 18 to advance. A Drexel graduate and Philadelphia native, Crawford earned the final spot with rounds of 69-70 thanks to only two bogeys over the 36 holes. On the skin wanting in, a pair of gamers who simply wrapped their freshmen seasons on the NCAA Championship completed inside just some photographs of the cutline. Michael Brennan, from close by Leesburg, Virginia, and a member of the Wake Forest males’s group, completed fifth at 4 beneath whereas Joseph Pagdin, a 19-year-old Englishman who performs for the Florida Gators, was one in every of three gamers T-6 at 3 beneath, becoming a member of David Kocher (Charlotte, North Carolina) and Brandon Smith (Las Vegas). Mark Lawrence Jr., a medalist on the close by Glen Allen, Virginia, native qualifier and 2020’s Virginia State Golf Association participant of the 12 months, was within the combine after the morning however completed at 1 over, T-20. Eighteen-year-old Kelly Chinn, the No. 5-ranked participant within the Golfweek/Sagarin boys rankings, completed at 3-over, T-29. — Adam Woodard Qualifying gamers

  • Taylor Pendrith, Canada

  • Dylan Wu, Medford, Oregon

  • Chris Baker, Brownstown, Indiana

  • Christopher Crawford, Bensalem, Pennsylvania

The Bear’s Club, Jupiter, Florida

JUPITER, Fla. – There isn’t presupposed to be a homefield benefit in golf, however that was actually the case on the Bear’s Club. Three Bear’s Club members – Patrick Rodgers, Thomas Aiken and Branden Grace – had been among the many six gamers to advance to subsequent week’s U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. And 22-year-old novice Andrew Kozan of West Palm Beach certified for his first U.S. Open in entrance of household and pals at Jack Nicklaus’ non-public membership. “It helped big time,” mentioned Grace (70-72-142), at No. 71 the highest-ranked participant within the subject. “I knew coming here with my experience around this place I needed to beat about 20 guys. It’s such a tough track. You have to know when to go for it and where to miss it. A lot of times you don’t go for it.” Leaderboard: Jupiter qualifier Rodgers earned medalist honors at 7-under 137, the one participant within the subject to shoot two rounds within the 60s. He has been a member on the Bear’s Club for six years and had his spouse and son comply with him round throughout the morning spherical. “Obviously, it really helped today,” Rodgers mentioned. “Being a member here has helped my career immensely. I was fortunate to meet Mr. Nicklaus when I won the Jack Nicklaus Award in 2014. He said to let him know if he can ever do anything for me. “I asked him if I could join here. The facilities are probably the best in the United States. The competition is incredible. I felt I had an advantage because I was comfortable on every hole.” Kozan wasn’t comfy till he accomplished his second consecutive 70 to complete second. He had a nervous second when he needed to make a 16-foot putt for double bogey on the par-4 sixth gap late within the day. But after a number of shut calls, the current graduate at Auburn who attended close by King’s Academy had certified for his first nationwide championship. “I can’t even put it into words what this means to me,” Kozan mentioned. “To finally get it done in my hometown in front of my family and friends is pretty special. Being in those pressure moments helped me today. “I thought I needed to make that putt (at No. 6) just to get into the playoff. I ended up being in by two, which is pretty cool.” Also qualifying had been Fabian Gomez (68-74-142) of Argentina and Luis Gagne (73-69-142) of Costa Rica. It’s the primary U.S. Open for the 42-year-old Gomez, which is shocking as a result of he has gained twice on the PGA Tour. “It’s really tough to play 36 holes in a day,” Gomez mentioned. “I’m really happy to have this chance.” Gagne, by comparability, certified for his third U.S. Open at 23. Grace may have averted the qualifier had he completed in a two-way tie for second place Sunday on the Memorial Tournament. That would have moved him inside the highest 60 on the planet rankings, however Grace completed alone in fourth and needed to earn his method in Monday. “I had no idea where I needed to finish (Sunday). I was trying to win a golf tournament,” Grace mentioned. “It was a long day.” – Craig Dolch, Palm Beach Post Qualifying gamers

  • Patrick Rodgers

  • Andrew Kozan

  • Fabian Gomez

  • Luis Gagne

  • Thomas Aiken

  • Branden Grace

Springfield Country Club, Springfield, Ohio

As if 77 gamers competing for simply seven spots wasn’t tense sufficient, the final qualifying place at Springfield Country Club in Ohio got here all the way down to a three-for-one playoff. Sahith Theegala rode a wave of optimistic momentum down the stretch, besting each Ryan Brehm and David Gazzolo to hitch the six gamers who punched their ticket to the U.S. Open later this month at Torrey Pines. Leaderboard: Springfield qualifier After watching his Pepperdine Waves win the NCAA Championship final week, Theegala – a three-time All-American throughout his time in Malibu –completed T-32 on the Memorial at Jack Nicklaus’ Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio, this weekend earlier than making the quick journey to the Springfield qualifier. Theegala was 3 over by means of 9 holes this morning, however bounced again with a 4-under 66 within the afternoon due to a five-birdie, one-bogey efficiency. “It means so much, I can’t wait to have family and friends out there watching,” mentioned Theegala, a Chino Hills, California, native of the possibility to compete at Torrey Pines. “I’m really excited.” Carson Schaake, 26, gained the qualifier by three photographs at 9 beneath following rounds of 68-63. Schaake’s bogey-free 7-under 63 within the afternoon was the low spherical of the day. Robby Shelton, a three-time All-SEC participant and nationwide champion at Alabama, completed T-2 alongside Columbus, Ohio, native Bo Hoag at 6 beneath. Brian Stuard superior to the U.S. Open through the Springfield qualifier for a sixth time due to a fourth-place end at 5 beneath, and is adopted by two-time winner on Tour Troy Merritt and Dylan Meyer, T-5 at 4 beneath. Meyer beforehand certified for the 2018 U.S. Open by means of the Springfield qualifier. – Adam Woodard Qualifying gamers

  • Carson Schaake, Omaha, Nebraska

  • Robby Shelton, Birmingham, Alabama

  • Bo Hoag, Columbus, Ohio

  • Brian Stuard, Jackson, Michigan

  • Troy Merritt, Eagle, Idaho

  • Dylan Meyer, Evansville, Indiana

  • Sahith Theegala, Chino Hills, California

Century Country Club and Old Oaks Country Club, Purchase, New York

U.S. Open qualifiers: Purchase, New York

U.S. Open qualifiers: Purchase, New York

The qualifiers in Purchase, New York. (David Dusek)

PURCHASE, N.Y. – When Monday dawned over Century Country Club and Old Oaks Country Club right here in Westchester County, simply north of New York City, 79 golfers had desires of ending their 36-hole day as one of many high 4 finishers. That would enable them punch their ticket into the sphere at subsequent week’s U. S. Open at Torrey Pines. But earlier than midday, after signing for scores within the mid- and excessive 70s, a number of gamers already knew their desires weren’t going to come back true. Then got here the thunderstorms, delaying play at 2:24 p.m., after which once more moments after the re-start horn sounded at 3:35 p.m. When play lastly resumed at 5:15 p.m., Cameron Young, who gained the Korn Ferry Tour’s IntroductionHealth Championship and Evans Scholars Invitational in May, put the hammer down and pulled away from the sphere to assert medalist honors. Birdies at 10, 13, 14 and 15 at Century Country Club within the early night pushed him from 3 beneath to 7 beneath. A final birdie on 18 left him atop the leaderboard at 133 (67-66). Leaderboard: Purchase qualifier While he lives today in Jupiter, Florida, Young is from Scarborough, New York, which is simply 14 miles from Century and Old Oaks. “For me, this is coming home,” Young mentioned after signing his card. “It’s a pretty easy choice. I’ve played both these golf courses a million times. I love Century, and I love Old Oaks, and I think knowing them well (gives) me a really good chance of getting through on a consistent basis.” Young flew to the New York space final Sunday evening after enjoying the Korn Ferry Tour’s REX Hospital Open in the place he completed T-78. After capturing an opening-round 67 at Old Oaks, he took a nap on the locker room flooring for about an hour and a half, together with his caddie and oldsters performing as his alarm clocks. “It was great. I had a splitting head,” he mentioned with a smile. “I got to reset, warm up again and try to play a good nine holes.” A pair of UConn Huskies are additionally now planning a visit to Torrey Pines. James Hervol from Hopkinton, Massachusetts, who graduated from UConn in 2019, completed second after capturing a pair of 68s (136) to qualify for his first U.S. Open. He has standing on the Mackenzie Tour and splits time between Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and his hometown. Zach Zaback, a former standout on the University of Connecticut who graduated in 2016, completed at 3 beneath (68-70, 138) after making birdies at 15 and 16 to qualify for his first U.S. Open. Andy Pope, 37, from Glyn Ellyn, Illinois, completed third at 4 beneath (67-70. 137), 4 photographs behind Young. A star at Xavier Univesity and the 2004 Atlantic 10 Conference champion, he now has an opportunity to play in his fifth U.S. Open. Pope’s finest end T-58 in 2019 at Pebble Beach. There was a three-man playoff between Ben Polland, Rob Oppenheim and Tim Hegarty to find out the 2 alternates from this web site. Polland birdied the primary gap and would be the first alternate. Oppenheim birdied the following gap and would be the second alternate. – David Dusek Qualifying gamers

  • Cameron Young

  • James Hervol

  • Andy Pope

  • Zach Zaback

Long Cove Club, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

The evening earlier than U.S. Open qualifying started, Wilson Furr was in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, however and not using a spot on the tee sheet on the Final Qualifier at Long Cove Club. Furr received his large shot when 4 gamers withdrew from the 53-man subject and he drew a spot as a substitute. “If I get in this thing,” Furr advised Golf Channel when requested about his mindset, “I’m getting through.” Indeed, Furr, who just lately turned skilled after his profession on the University of Alabama, rode all of it the best way to Torrey Pines. The Jackson, Mississippi native was one in every of 4 males to complete 36 holes at 5 beneath and earn co-medalist honors at Long Cove Club. Furr is the person who fired a course-record 9-under 62 at Bandon Dunes’ Bandon Trails course in August to take U.S. Amateur medalist honors by two photographs. In 120 years of the championship, just one rating has been decrease in stroke play. Leaderboard: Hilton Head qualifier Along with Furr, John Huh, Sam Ryder and John Spaun additionally completed at 5 beneath to advance. The fifth and final spot was determined in a three-man playoff between Akshay Bhatia, Zack Sucher and Ben Martin. Bhatia, 19, ended up taking the final spot for a shot at his first U.S. Open. The Wake Forest, North Carolina, native selected to show skilled in 2019 after a standout junior profession however has solely made the lower in three of 15 profession PGA Tour begins. The U.S. Open affords a singular expertise. “It’s great,” he advised Golf Channel of qualifying. “I get another start playing against the best players in the world and I’m looking forward to playing Torrey Pines.” – Julie Williams Qualifying gamers

  • John Huh

  • Sam Ryder

  • John Spaun

  • Wilson Furr

  • Ashay Bhatia

Piedmont Driving Club, Atlanta, Georgia

One lefty made a shock run on the final main, so who’s to say a unique one gained’t make a run on the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines? Southpaw Rick Lamb birdied the fourth playoff gap, edging Thomas Bass for the fifth and final qualifying spot from Piedmont Country Club on Monday night. University of Alabama product Davis Shore had the low rating in Atlanta, ending at 11 beneath with rounds of 66 and 67. He was adopted by Hayden Buckley (-10) and the duo of Greyson Sigg and novice Spencer Ralston, each at 9 beneath. Leaderboard: Atlanta qualifier But Lamb, Bass and Alex Smalley all completed at 8 beneath and went to a playoff. Smalley, a former Walker Cupper who performed at Duke, bowed out with a bogey on the opening playoff gap whereas Lamb and Bass made par by means of every of the primary three playoff holes. The 30-year-old Lamb, who performed on the University of Tennessee and has one professional win beneath his belt within the LECOM Health Challenge, caught it shut on the the fourth playoff gap (No. 9) to safe the final spot. — Tim Schmitt Qualifying gamers

  • Davis Shore

  • Hayden Buckley

  • Greyson Sigg

  • Spencer Ralston (a)

  • Rick Lamb

Meadow Springs Country Club, Richland, Washington

The sole Final Qualifier within the Pacific Northwest appeared all wrapped up in Pepperdine colours on the midway level. Waves teammates Joe Highsmith and RJ Manke led the sphere with opening rounds of 3-under 69, however whereas Highsmith pulled away within the afternoon, Manke received caught. Australia’s Steve Allan backed up a gap 72 with a 68 to succeed in Manke at 4 beneath, and Allan took the second and final spot in a playoff. Leaderboard: Richland qualifier Highsmith has had some week, having simply helped the Waves to the NCAA Championship lower than every week in the past in Arizona. The Lakewood, Washington native, who stays an novice, secured his spot in one other nationwide championship with rounds of 69-69 on Monday. As for Allan, the 47-year-old Aussie has two worldwide victories, on the 1998 German Open and 2002 Holden Australian Open, and has not performed in a significant championship because the the 2010 U.S. Open. His career-best main end was a T28 on the 2004 U.S. Open. – Julie Williams Qualifying gamers

  • Joe Highsmith (a)

  • Steve Allan

Rolling Hills Country Club, Rolling Hills Estates, California

Editor’s observe: Results from a Tuesday-morning end are connected. A playoff awaits at Rolling Hills Country Club. The subject of 90 gamers practically completed earlier than play was suspended on account of darkness and with a crowd contained in the projected cutline. Only 5 gamers will advance from this web site. Four males are at present tied for fourth at 6 beneath, however with Thomas Lim nonetheless needing to complete his final three holes. That group additionally consists of Roy Cootes, a former Pepperdine participant; Justin Suh, a former USC standout, and novice Joe Neiheisel, who simply completed a fifth 12 months at Boise State. As for who’s in? Chan Kim is actually secure and can take medalist honors after rounds of 68-66 to succeed in 10 beneath. Kim performs totally on the Japan Golf Tour, the place he’s gained 5 occasions, however performed school golf at Arizona State and was the 2009 Pacific Coast Amateur champion. Japan’s Rikuya Hoshino was proper behind him at 8 beneath adopted by Taylor Montgomery at 7 beneath. For a lot of the day, 2018 U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Kevin O’Connell led the cost. After a gap 67, he was in prime place to advance. But O’Connell, who now’s an assistant coach at VCU, leaked an excessive amount of oil coming into he clubhouse, making 5 birdies in his final six holes. He dropped to five beneath, one outdoors the lower. – Julie Williams Qualifying gamers

  • Chan Kim

  • Rikuya Hoshino

  • Taylor Montgomery

  • Justin Suh

  • Roy Cootes



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