COMPLETE: 2024 U.S. Open Local Qualifying Results (2024)

COMPLETE: 2024 U.S. Open Local Qualifying Results

19 May 2024
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

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COMPLETE: 2024 U.S. Open Local Qualifying Results (1)

The USGA has started local qualifying for the 127th U.S. Open Championship scheduled from June 13 to June 16, 2024, at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club (Course No.2), Village of Pinehurst, NC. bringing the total number of local qualifying sites to 109 in 2024.

Local qualifying, comprising an 18-hole round, took place at 109 sites across 44 states and Canada from April 22 to May 14. Players who advance from local qualifying will join exempt players in sectional qualifying, conducted over 36 holes at 13 sites – 10 in the U.S., one in England, one in Canada, and one in Japan.

Last year, Wyndham Clark cemented his name in the history books, winning the 2023 U.S. Open at Los Angeles Country Club, Los Angeles, Calif.

Gordon Sargentof Vanderbilt finished as the low amateur. Sargent is the No. 1 ranked player in the Golfweek/AmateurGolf.com World Rankings.

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Monday, May 20

Palmer Golf Course, Palmer, Alaska

In the final local qualifying site, amateur Andrew Ryland shot 1-over 73 to earn the lone qualifying spot in the 12-man field by one shot over fellow amateur Chance Wilson. Wilson is the first alternate, and Travis Evans is the second alternate.

Qualifiers: Andrew Ryland (a) (Somis, Calif.). FULL RESULTS

Wednesday, May 15

Eagle Creek Golf and Country Club, Naples, Fla.

Otto Black shot an impressive 8-under 64 to advance as the medalist by two shots. He recorded an eagle and seven birdies. Amateurs Noah Kumar, Jacob Penny, and Abbie Valentine earned qualifying spots along with Kyle Rodes. Rodes moved on in a 2-for-1 playoff over Genki Sadato. Sadato and Lorenzo Rodriguez are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers: Otto Black (Detroit, Mich.) 64; Noah Kumar (a) (Sarasota, Fla.) 66; Jacob Penny (a) (Valrico, Fla.) 67; Abbie Valentine (a) (Naples, Fla) 68; Kyle Rodes (Sarasota, Fla.) 69. FULL RESULTS

Tuesday, May 14

Palouse Ridge Golf Club, Pullman, Wash.

Amateur Wyatt Brook from Canada and Sam Renner, a sophom*ore from Oregon attending Washington State, carded matching 4-under 66 scores to earn co-medalist honors at the qualifier held at Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman, Washington. Matt McGann, a redshirt junior at Idaho, shot a 67 for a third-place finish, followed by Jason Alexander with a 68, securing the final spot from the qualifier. Johnny Carey and Blake Snyder are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Wyatt Brook (a) (Canada) 66; Sam Renner (a) (Bend, Ore ) 66; Matt McGann (a) (Spokane, Wash.) 67; Jason Alexander (The Woodlands, Tex.) 68. FULL RESULTS

Kirkbrae Country Club, Lincoln, R.I.

Amateur Bennett Masterson from Rhode Island, who has participated in several Minor League Golf Tour events, carded a 5-under 67, achieving co-medalist honors with Eric Barlow of Massachusetts. Rhode Island senior Mike Caparco secured a solo third-place finish with a 5-under 68.

Following closely behind, Carter Nunez, a Northeastern graduate, and Owen Quinn survived the 3-for-2 playoff, securing the final two spots available from the qualifier. Amateur Bobby Leopold and Brendon Ray stand as the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Bennett Masterson (a) (Westerly, R.I.) 67; Eric Barlow (Canton, Mass.) 67; Mike Caparco (a) (Cranston, R.I.) 68; Carter Nunez (a) (South Orange, N.J.) 69; Owen Quinn (Holden, Mass.) 69. FULL RESULTS

Firekeeper Golf Course, Mayetta, Kan.

Amateur Ben Sumada, a member of the winning team from Missouri’s Annual Four Ball Championship in 2022, carded a solid 67 to earn medalist honors. Following closely behind was Jackson Drake with a 68, securing a runner-up finish at the qualifier. Meanwhile, Sam Saunders and Brandon Hoff survived a 4-for-2 playoff to secure the final two available spots from the qualifier. Amateur Samuel James Bonaobra and Charlie Hillier are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Ben Sumada (a) (Parkville, Mo.) 67; Jackson Drake (Lubbock, Tex.) 68; Sam Saunders (Fort Collins, Colo.) 69; Brandon Hoff (Austin, Tex.) 69. FULL RESULTS

Hot Springs Country Club (Arlington Course), Hot Springs, Ark.

Mac Murphy and amateur Danile Mitchell both carded matching 4-under 68s to earn co-medalist honors. Tanner Napier, amateur Nate Alberius, and Jack Wilson, a sophom*ore at Dallas Baptist University, each shot matching 3-under 69s to grab the last three available spot from the qualifier. Amateur Jackson McCommon and Nick Heinen are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Mac Murphy (Decatur, Ala.) 68; Daniel Mitchell (a) (Corinth, Tex.) 68; Tanner Napier (Paris, Tex.) 69; Nate Alberius (a) (Little Rock, Ark.) 69; Jack Wilson (a) (Texarkana. Ark.) 69. FULL RESULTS

Keswick Hall (Full Cry Course), Keswick, Va.

Bryson Boyette of Wilson, N.C., carded 4-under 68 to earn medalist honors, with Matthew Sharpstene one behind at 3-under 69 for a runner-up finish. Ty Harris shot 1-under 71 for a third place finish, while amateur Justin Young and Jay Woodson survived a 3-for-2 playoff to grab the final two spots available from the qualifier. Amateurs Zachary Verses and Ashton Harper are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Bryson Boyette (Wilson,N.C.) 68; Matthew Sharpstene (Charlotte, N.C.) 69; Ty Harris (Elon, N.C.) 71; Justin Young (a) (Salem, Va.) 72; Jay Woodson (Powhatan, Va.) 72.FULL RESULTS

Arrowhead Golf Club, Molalla, Ore.

Harrison Moir carded a solid 5-under 66 to earn medalist honors while remaining two clear of the field. Conner Robbins, the men’s and women’s golf head coach at University of Puget Sound, amateur Nicholas Watts, Ross Kukula, the Director of Instruction at Arrowhead Golf Club, amateurs Tom Jenkins Jr., and Landon Banks shot matching 3-under 68 to grab the remaining five available spots from the qualifier. Alexander Yang and Blake Kukula are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Harrison Moir (Lake Oswego, Ore.) 66; Conner Robbins (p) (Puyallup, Wash.) 68; Nicholas Watts (a) (Springfield, Ore.) 68; Ross Kukula (Portland, Ore.) 68; Tom Jenkins Jr. (a) (Austin, Tex.) 68; Landon Banks (a) (Tualatin, Ore.) 68. FULL RESULTS

The Conservatory at Hammock Beach, Palm Coast, Fla.

Amateur Ambrose Kinnare and Ted Smith shot matching 3-under 69 to earn co-medalist honors, while amateur Chase Baldwin and Raoul Menard of Canada shot matching 2-under 70 to register T-3 finish at the qualifier. Whereas, Bryan Fox survived a 6-for-1 playoff to grab the final available spot from the qualifier. Robert Bray and Charles Huntzinger are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Ambrose Kinnare (a) (Saint Augustine, Fla.) 69; Ted Smith (Westlake, Ohio) 69; Chase Baldwin (a) (Jacksonville, Fla.) 70; Raoul Menard (Canada) 70; Bryan Fox (Roswell, Ga.) 71. FULL RESULTS

Missoula Country Club, Missoula, Mont.

Dillon Dean, a freshman at South Mountain Community College in Phoenix, Arizona, carded a 7-under 64 to earn medalist honors. Nate Plaster, a senior from Washington State, survived a 2-for-1 playoff against Brade McKinlay of Utah Valley after shooting a 6-under 65 and winning the first extra hole. Brady McKinlay and Joe Moore are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Dillon Dean (a) (Scottsdale, Ariz.) 64; Nate Plaster (Spokane, Wash.) 65. FULL RESULTS

Hillendale Country Club, Phoenix (MD), MD

Iowa graduate Benton Weinberg carded a solid 6-under 65 to earn medalist honors while finishing three-strokes ahead of the field. Michael McGowan and Chris Nido shot matching 3-under 68 to register a joint runner-up finish at the qualifier. Amateurs Thanompol Soongnarata, Joseph Lenane and Brett Patterson shot matching 1-under 70 for T-4 finish. Amateur Joshua Eure survived a 2-for-1 playoff to grab the final available spot.

Qualifiers: Benton Weinberg (a) (Bethesda, Md.) 65; Michael McGowan (Southern Pines, N.C.) 68; Chris Nido (Miami, Fla.) 68. Thanompol Soongnarata (a) (Richmond, Va.) 70; Joseph Lenane (a) (Dedham, Mass.) 70; Brett Patterson (a) (Oxford, Mass.) 70; Joshua Eure (a) (Baltimore, Md.) 71. FULL RESULTS

Joey Lenane, the 2023 New England Amateur champion, is moving on to U.S. Open Final Qualifying after shooting 1-under 70 on Tuesday at Hillendale CC (Maryland).

With that, more than a dozen golfers from Massachusetts have earned a spot in "Golf's Longest Day." #MassGolf | #USGA pic.twitter.com/mAjhhV3qkN

— Mass Golf (@PlayMassGolf) May 15, 2024

Ironwood Country Club (South Course), Palm Desert 3, Calif.

Amateur Luke Ringkamp shot 4-under 68 to earn co-medalist honors, with Jin Jeong of South Korea and David Longmire finishing T-2 at 3-under 69. John Chin and amateur Mike Padilla survived a 7-for-2 playoff to grab the final two available spots after shooting matching 2-under 70 in the qualifier. Mike Fergin and amateur Seung Ho Yoon are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Luke Ringkamp (a) (Palm Desert, Calif.) 68; Jin Jeong (Republic of Korea) 69; David Longmire (Glendora, Calif.) 69; John Chin (Temecula, Calif.) 70; Mike Padilla (a) (Carson, Calif.) 70. FULL RESULTS

The Club at Eaglebrooke, Lakeland, Fla.

Frenchman Pierre Viallaneix carded a 6-under 66 to earn medalist honors, remaining three strokes ahead of the field. Brian Florio, Ian Peng, Anthony Martire, and Pedro Lamadrid shot matching 3-under 69s for a joint runner-up finish. Sam Hill and Colin Kresl are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Pierre Viallaneix (France) 66; Bryan Florio (Hudson, Fla.) 69; Ian Peng (Chinese Taipei) 69; Anthony Martire (Absecon, N.J.) 69; Pedro Lamadrid (Mexico) 69. FULL RESULTS

Monday, May 13

Elmhurst Country Club, Moscow, Pa.

Billy Padst finished as the medalist after shooting a round of 3-under 68, even with a double bogey on the final hole. He recorded five birdies on his first nine holes to jump out in front. David Powers finished in second place at 2-under, and amateur Logan Paczewski defeated Andrew Turner in a 2-for-1 playoff to earn the third qualifying spot. Turner is the first alternate, and David Mecca won a 7-for-1 playoff to earn the second alternate spot.

Qualifiers: Billy Pabst (a) (Roaring Brook Township, Pa.) 68; David Powers (Glen Spey, N.Y.) 69; Logan Paczewski (a) (Dallas, Pa.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Riverton Pointe Golf and Country Club, Hardeeville, S.C.

Blaine Bunch recorded six birdies en route to earning medalist honors by one shot with a round of 4-under 68. Addison Lambeth finished 3-under 69, while Weston Bell, William McGirt, and Walker Crosby all shot 2-under 70 to earn the final qualifying spots. Elliott Johnson and Garret Fader earned the first and second alternate spots.

Qualifiers: Blaine Bunch (Bluffton, S.C.) 68; Addison Lambeth (a) (Charlotte, N.C.) 69; Weston Bell (a) (Piedmont, S.C.) 70; William McGirt (Bluffton, S.C.) 70; Walker Crosby (a) (Memphis, Tenn.) 70. FULL RESULTS

These five are off to the final stage 👏🏻 Addison Lambeth, Walker Crosby, William McGirt, Weston Bell, and Blaine Bunch (qualifier medalist) will be moving on to the final stages of qualifying for the 2024 US Open Championship! Way to go guys and good luck 🎉 pic.twitter.com/fyZLkQsa3s

— SC Golf Association (@SCGA1929) May 14, 2024

Crow Valley Golf Club, Davenport, Ia.

Matthew Walker earned medalist honors by two shots over Sean McCarty. Braeden Nelson was the low amateur, and Nelson and Dylan Ellis earned the final qualifying spot in a 3-for-2 playoff over Dylan Rodgers. Rodgers is the first alternate, and John Charles earned the second alternate spot in a 4-for-1 playoff.

Qualifiers: Matthew Walker (Ottumwa, Ia.) 67; Sean McCarty (Solon, Ia.) 69; Braeden Nelson (a) (West Des Moines, Ia.) 70; Dylan Ellis (Des Moines, Ia.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Classic Club, Palm Desert, Calif.

Nick Paez shot 4-under 68 to earn medalist honors. He bogeyed his first hole but was 5-under through the next 17 to finish on top of the field. Eric Hagan, Sam Gillis, and Colin Featherstone finished 3-under 69 to earn qualifying spots. Harrison Kingsley won a 3-for-1 playoff to earn the final qualifying spot. Cavin McCall and Nick Woo earned the first and second alternate spots.

Qualifiers: Nick Paez (Peoria, Ariz.) 68; Eric Hagen (Olympia, Wash.) 69; Sam Gillis (San Jacinto, Calif.) 69; Colin Featherstone (Fallbrook, Calif.) 69; Harrison Kingsley (Murrieta, Calif.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Albany Country Club, Voorheesville, N.Y.

Bryan Bigley ran away with this qualifier, finishing 5-under 67 with six birdies and just one bogey to win the qualifier by three shots. Amateur Kellen Dean shot 2-under 70 to finish in solo second place, and Scott Berliner and Yohann Benson finished T3 at even par. Amateur Connor Lyon survived a 7-for-1 playoff to earn the final qualifying spot.

Qualifiers: Bryan Bigley (Schenectady, N.Y.) 67; Kellen Dean (a) (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.) 70; Scott Berliner (Lake Luzerne, N.Y.) 72; Yohann Benson (Canada) 72; Connor Lyon (a) (Canada) 73. FULL RESULTS

New Mexico State University Golf Course, Las Cruces, N.M.

Javier Quevedo recorded eight birdies en route to shooting a 5-under 66 to earn medalist honors. Amateur Pongsapak Laopakdee earned the second and final qualifying spot. Peyton Jones and Bryan Novoa are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers: Javier Quevedo (Mexico) 66; Pongsapak Laopakdee (a) (Thailand) 67. FULL RESULTS

Hoakalei Country Club, Ewa Beach, Hi.

Thomas Freestone and Remington Hirano finished as co-medalists at 2-under 70 to earn the two qualifying spots in Hawaii. Dane Watanabe earned the first alternate spot and Ryoto Furuya earned the second alternate spot in a 5-for-1 playoff.

Qualifiers: Thomas Freestone (Lihue, Hi.) 70; Remington Hirano (a) (Honolulu, Hi.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Orchid Island Golf and Beach Club, Vero Beach, Fla.

Justin Hicks birdied four of his last eight holes to finish 5-under 67 and finish on top of the field by two shots. Brett Stegmaier finished in solo second place, and Ryan Davis, Bobby Collins, and Marcos Montenegro all shot 2-under 70 to earn the final two qualifying spots.

Qualifiers: Justin Hicks (Wellington, Fla.) 67; Brett Stegmaier (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) 69; Ryan Davis (Berkeley Heights, N.J.) 70; Bobby Collins (North Palm Beach, Fla.) 70; Marcos Montenegro (Jupiter, Fla.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Somersett Golf and Country Club, Reno, Nev.

Trevor Simsby shot 6-under 65 and recorded nine birdies to win medalist honors by one shot. Guillermo Antonio Polo Bodart finished in solo second place at 5-under, while Scott Smith earned the third qualifying spot at 3-under. Trent Virden and Ethan Flynn are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers: Trevor Simsby (Carlsbad, Calif.) 65; Guillermo Antonio Polo Bodart (a) (Argentina) 66; Scott Smith (a) (Fallon, Nev.) 68. FULL RESULTS

Sunnyside Country Club, Fresno, Calif.

There was a three-way tie at the top of the leaderboard, and with only two qualifying spots, there was a 3-for-2 playoff between amateur Michael Weaver, Bhavik Patel, and Aaron Beverly. Weaver and Patel advanced, while Beverly earned the first alternate spot. Amateur Clark Van Gaalen is the second alternate.

Qualifiers: Michael Weaver (a) (Fresno, Calif.) 68; Bhavik Patel (Bakersfield, Calif.) 68. FULL RESULTS

Troy Burne Golf Club, Hudson, Wisc.

Amateur Jack Wetzel shot a 32 on the back nine to shoot 3-under 68, and Amateurs Owen Rexing and Sam Udovich and Angus Flanagan finished one shot back at 2-under 69. Keegan Drugan advanced in the final qualifying spot over Kirk White. White is the first alternate and Matthew Armstrong is the second alternate.

Qualifiers: Jack Wetzel (a) (Edina, Minn.) 68; Owen Rexing (a) (Inner Grove Heights, Minn.) 69; Angus Flanagan (England) 69; Sam Udovich (a) (Inner Grove Heights, Minn.) 69; Keegan Drugan (Holmen, Wisc.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Country Club of Darien, Darien, Conn.

Michael Miller ran away from the field in this one, shooting a 5-under 66 and winning medalist honors by three shots. Jackson Buccigross finished in solo second place, and Paul Pastore and Joe Monte finished T3. There was a 6-for-4 playoff to earn the four final qualifying spots, where Phillip Risman, Arthur Ouimet, James Allen, and John Bushka all earned the qualifying spots.

Christian Cavaliere and Sam O’Hara are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers: Michael Miller (Brewster, N.Y.) 66; Jackson Buccigross (South Windsor, Conn.) 69; Paul Pastore (Stamford, Conn.) 70; Joe Monte (Norwalk, Conn.) 70; Philip Risman (a) (Greenwich, Conn.) 71; Arthur Ouimet (Manchester, Conn.) 71; James Allen (a) (Scarsdale, N.Y.) 71; John Bushka (Stratford, Conn.) 71. FULL RESULTS

Maketewah Country Club, Cincinnati, Ohio

Mason Lenhart shot 5-under 65 with six birdies and one bogey to earn medalist honors by one shot over Spencer Cross, Trey Shirley, and Wes Homan, who all finished T2. Jacob Scott, Will Grimmer, Brad Schneider, and Shawn Tipton earned the final qualifying spots, with Tipton advancing in a 3-for-1 playoff. Nathan Kerns and Avery Schneider earned the first and second alternate spots.

Qualifiers: Mason Lenhart (Prospect, Ky.) 65; Spencer Cross (Knoxville, Tenn.) 66; Trey Shirley (Bardstown, Ky.) 66; Wes Homan (Beastville, Ohio) 66; Jacob Scott (Strongsville, Ohio) 67; Will Grimmer (Cincinnati, Ohio) 68; Brad Schneider (Tampa, Fla.) 69; Shawn Tipton (Clay City, Ky.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Marsh Creek Golf Club, St. Augustine, Fla.

Danny Walker shot a bogey-free 6-under 66 to win medalist honors by two shots over Blake Henriques, who finished in solo second place at 4-under. Kevin Aylwin, Daniel Robinson, and Billy Hemstock earned the final three qualifying spots. Martin Contini and Cody Montgomery earned the first and second alternate spots.

Qualifiers: Danny Walker (Bradenton, Fla.) 66; Blake Henriques (a) (Ballground, Ga.) 68; Kevin Aylwin (New Smyrna Beach, Fla.) 69; Daniel Robinson (Seminole, Fla.) 70; Billy Hemstock (Saint Augustine, Fla.) 71. FULL RESULTS

Mendon Golf Club, Mendon, N.Y.

Jamison Sindelar birdied holes No. 11, 12, 13, and 15 to shoot a bogey-free 6-under 65 to earn medalist honors over John Clare by two shots. TJ Howe and Thomas Giroux earned the third and fourth qualifying spots. Amateur Hanish Nagrani earned the first alternate spot, and Ben Reichert earned the second alternate spot on the third playoff hole in a 5-for-1 playoff.

Qualifiers: Jamison Sindelar (Horseheads, N.Y.) 65, John Clare (Syracuse, N.Y.) 67; TJ Howe (Ekland, Pa.) 68; Thomas Giroux (Canada) 68. FULL RESULTS

Shingle Creek Golf Club, Orlando, Fla.

Amateur Shawn Coultoff blitzed the field at Shingle Creek Golf Club by five shots after an impressive 7-under 65 that consisted of two eagles. The other four qualifying spots all tied at T2 at 2-under with Jesus Montenegro, Anthony Amoroso, Jonah Leach, and Gabriel Leach.

Rob Oppenheim and Logan Hunter are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Shawn Coultoff (a) (Winter Garden, Fla.) 65; Jesus Montenegro (Argentina) 70; Anthony Amoroso (a) (Miami, Fla.) 70; Jonah Leach (a) (Windermere, Fla.) 70; Gabriel Lench (Lake Mary, Fla.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Longmeadow Country Club, Longmeadow, Mass.

Christopher Tallman shot 6-under 64 to earn medalist honors by one shot over Kyle Gallo, who shot 5-under and cleared the field by three shots. Alejandro Soto and Alex Landry earned the final two qualifying spots. Landry defeated Nick Leblanc in a playoff to get the final spot, while Leblanc is the first alternate and Matthew Johnson is the second alternate.

Qualifiers: Christopher Tallman (Holyoke, Mass.) 64; Kyle Ballo (Berlin, Conn.) 65; Alejandro Soto (Columbia) 68; Alex Landry (a) (Andover, Mass.) 69. FULL RESULTS

The Country Club at DC Ranch, Scottsdale, Ariz.

Gabriel Salvanera recorded two eagles and four birdies en route to shooting an impressive 7-under 65 and earning medalist honors, finishing two shots ahead of Jim Knous. Juan Diego Fernandez and Riley Wheeldon earned the final two qualifying spots. Conor Dore and Darren Fletcher are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers: Gabriel Salvanera (San Tan Valley, Ariz.) 63; Jim Knous (Littleton, Colo.) 65; Juan Diego Fernandez (Phoenix, Ariz.) 67; Riley Wheeldon (Scottsdale, Ariz.) 67. FULL RESULTS

Birmingham Country Club, Birmingham, Mich.

Birmingham Country Club showed its teeth in this qualifier, with Drew Miller finishing as the medalist at even par. Miller recorded two birdies and two bogeys. Blake Barribeau, John Quigley, and Patrick Wilkes Krier are the other three qualifiers. Cam Burke and Ryan Lenahan are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Drew Miller (a) (East Lansing, Mich.) 70; Blake Barribeau (a) (Brighton, Mich.) 71; John Quigley (a) (Sterling Heights, Mich.) 71; Patrick Wilkes Krier (Ann, Arbor, Mich.) 71. FULL RESULTS

TimberStone Golf Course, Caldwell, Id.

This was a crowded leaderboard, with three golfers finishing as co-medalists and earning three of the four available qualifying spots. Ashton McArthur, Tyler Aldridge, and Grayson Huff all shot 3-under 69. Derek Bayley advanced in a 4-for-1 playoff in the final qualifying spot. Aidan Szentanai and Carter Williams are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers: Ashton McArthur (a) (Rexburg, Id.) 68; Tyler Aldridge (Nampa, Id.) 69; Graysen Huff (Star, Id.) 69; Derek Bayley (Rathdrum, Id.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Phoenix Country Club, Phoenix, Ariz.

Amateur Drew Kittleson finished one shot in front of four golfers, carding a round of 2-under 68 to avoid the playoff for the other qualifying spots. Damon Vilkauskas, Michael Feagles, and Eric Hawerchuk advanced in a 4-for-3 playoff to earn the final qualifying spots. Ian Simon is the first alternate, and Sean O’Donnell is the second alternate.

Qualifiers: Drew Kittleson (a) (Phoenix, Ariz.) 68; Damon Vilkauskas (a) (Mesa, Ariz.) 69; Michael Feagles (Phoenix, Ariz.) 69; Eric Hawerchuk (Canada) 69. FULL RESULTS

TPC Stonebrae Country Club, Hayward, Calif.

Ryan Burnett, Beck Harvey, and Joshua McCarthy finished as co-medalists after rounds of 4-under 68. Kyle Maspat and Hayden Hui advanced in a 3-for-2 playoff. Costas Panay is the first alternate, and Grayson Stapleton is the second alternate.

Qualifiers: Ryan Burnett (Lafayette, Calif.) 68; Beck Harvey (San Jose, Calif.) 68; Joshua McCarthy (Danville, Calif.) 68; Kyle Maspat (San Diego, Calif.) 70; Hayden Hui (Dublin, Calif.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Illini Country Club, Springfield, Ill.

Ben Hoagland and Harrison Crowe each shot 4-under 67 to win medalist honors by one shot over Ethan Brue and Aiden Didone. JJ Zimmer advanced in a 5-for-1 playoff to earn the final qualifying spot. Andy Roberts and Darcy Brereton are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers: Ben Hoagland (a) (Evansville, Ind.) 67; Harrison Crowe (Australia) 67; Ethan Brue (Peoria, Ill.) 68; Aiden Didone (Australia) 68; J.J. Zimmer (a) (Humboldt, Tenn.) 69. FULL RESULTS

Saturday, May 11

Ellendale Country Club, Houma, La.

LSU freshman Noah McWilliams fired a 4-under 67 to earn medalist honors, while Andrew Loupe finished one stroke behind at 3-under 68. LSU graduate student Lance Yates secured third place with a 1-under 70, and Brad Thornton survived a 4-for-1 playoff to claim the final available spot from the qualifier. J.T. Griffin and amateur Malan Potgieter from South Africa are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Noah McWilliams (a) (Benton, La.) 67; Andrew Loupe (Baton Rouge, La.) 68; Lance Yates (a) (Baton Rouge, La.) 70; Brad Thornton (Lucedale, Mass.) 71. FULL RESULTS

Thursday, May 9

Bayview Golf and Country Club, Thornhill, Ontario, Canada

In a qualifier up North, Maxwell Sear and Ryan Curran earned co-medalist honors after rounds of 1-under 70, while Matteo Rocco and John Foster earned the final two qualifying spots after round of even par 71.

Qualifiers:Maxwell Sear (Canada) 70; Ryan Curran (Canada) 70; Matteo Rocco (a) (Canada) 71; John Foster (Canada) 71. FULL RESULTS

Crestmont Country Club, West Orange, N.J.

Brent Ito of New York and Christopher Crawford of Pennsylvania each shot a matching 5-under 67, earning them co-medalist honors. Josh Goldenberg and Tony Perla finished as joint runners-up, carding 4-under 68. Luis Fernando Barco from Peru, Wenliang Xie, a graduate student at Seton Hall, and Tyler Hall tied for third place at 3-under 69. Sam Goldenring survived a 7-for-1 playoff to secure the final spot from the qualifier. Amateurs Austin Giroux and Xavier Marcoux are the two alternates.s.

Qualifiers: Brent Ito (New Rochelle, N.Y.) 67; Christopher Crawford (Bensalem, Pa.) 67; Josh Goldenberg (Scarsdale, N.Y.) 68; Tony Perla (Mount Holly, N.J.) 68; Luis Fernando Barco (Lima, Peru) 69; Wenliang Xie (a) (South Orange, N.J.) 69; Tyler Hall (Wayne, N.J.) 69; Sam Goldenberg (Florham Park, N.J.) 70. FULL RESULTS

RTJ Golf Trail at Silver Lakes (Backbreaker/Heartbreaker), Glencoe, Ala.

Steven Dilisio from Mass. shot a 5-under 67, securing medalist honors, closely followed by Scott Stevens and Tennessee freshman Josh Hill of England, both at 68. Hunter Eichorn and University of Tennessee at Chattanooga freshman Ward Harris emerged from a 3-for-2 playoff to claim the final two spots available from the qualifiers. Ford Clegg and Gary Glassman (a) are designated as the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Steven Dilisio (Swampscott, Mass.) 67; Scott Stevens (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 68; Josh Hill (a) (England) 68; Hunter Eichhorn (Carney, Mich.) 69; Ward Harris (a) (Vestavia Hills, Ala.) 69. FULL RESULTS

CasaBlanca Golf Club, Mesquite, Nev.

Grant Booth shot 6-under 66 to earn medalist honors, with Fresno State senior Matthew Manganello shooting 67 to finish runner-up. University of Nevada Las Vegas senior Yuki Moriyama carded 68 for a third place finish and Casey Fowles punched the final spot available with a 2-under 70 for the day. Ethan Davidson and amateur Kj Ofahengaue are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Grant Booth (Australia) 66; Matthew Manganello (a) (Las Vegas, Nev.) 67; Yuki Moriyama (Japan) 68; Casey Fowles (Delta, Utah) 70. FULL RESULTS

The Broadlands Golf Course, Broomfield, Colo.

Jack Castiglia, Colin Prater, the Colorado Golf Person of the Year 2021, Cade Kilkenny, and Denver sophom*ore Jack Dozer shot matching rounds of 5-under 67 to earn co-medalist honors. BYU junior Tyson Shelley survived a 3-for-1 playoff to secure the final spot from the qualifier. Chase Carlson and Jackson Solem are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Jack Castiglia (Lakewood, Colo.) 67; Colin Prater (a) (Colorado Springs, Colo.) 67; Cade Kilkenny (Centennial, Colo.) 67; Jack Dozer (a) (Phoenix, Ariz.) 67; Tyson Shelley (a) (Salt Lake City, Utah) 68. FULL RESULTS

Bermuda Dunes Country Club (Classic Course), Bermuda Dunes, Calif.

Loyola Marymount senior Riley Lewis carded a solid 8-under 64 to earn medalist honors, while Charles Reiter and Colorado sophom*ore Robert Keilch shot matching 67s to finish as joint runners-up at the qualifier. Jhared Hack and Michael Slesinski secured the final two spots with matching 68s. Amateur Cooper Humphreys and Al Geirberger Jr. are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Riley Lewis (a) (Prescott, Ariz.) 64; Charles Reitter (Palm Desert, Calif.) 67; Robert Keilch (a) (Newport Beach, Calif.) 67; Jhared Hack (Las Vegas, Nev.) 68; Michael Slesinski (Fremont, Calif.) 68.FULL RESULTS

Wednesday, May 8

Kensington Golf & Country Club, Naples 1, Fla.

Thomas Lilly of Wilmington, NC, shot a blemish-free 63 to earn medalist honors, with Brendon Doyle close behind with a splendid 64, securing the runner-up position at the qualifier. Thomas Longbella and Tyler Strafaci shot matching 6-under 65s for a tied-third place finish, while Ryan Celano survived a 2-for-1 playoff to secure the last available spot. Matthew Peraldis (A/R) and Tommy Kuhl are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Thomas Lilly (Wilmington, N.C.) 63’ Brendon Doyle (Louisville, Ky.) 64; Thomas Longbella (Chippewa Falls, Wis.) 65; Tyler Strafaci (Davie, Fla.) 65; Ryan Celano (Naples, Fla.) 66. FULL RESULTS

Ross Rogers Municipal Golf Course (Mustang), Amarillo, Tex.

Tanner Gore from El Paso, Texas, shot an 8-under 64 to earn medalist honors, while Texas Tech senior Baard Skogen from Norway followed with a 65 for the runner-up position. Another Norwegian player, Carl Didrik Fosaas, a graduate of Texas Tech, shot a 66 to secure the last available spot from the qualifier. Joel Thelen and Michael Sweeney are the two alternates..

Qualifiers: Tanner Gore (El Paso, Tex.) 64; Baard Skogen (a) (Norway) 65; Carl Didrik Fosaas (Norway) 66. FULL RESULTS

White Oak Golf Golf Club (The Old Course), Newnan, Ga.

The amateurs put on a show in this qualifier. Clemson Junior Andrew Swanson and Mississippi State sophom*ore Bo Blanchard shot matching 5-under 65's to earn co-medalist honors, closely followed by Georgia Tech senior Aidan Kramer with a 66. Emory freshman Prayaag Oruganti, amateur Anthony Purcea, Charleston senior Max Dupree, and Tennessee redshirt sophom*ore Lance Simpson all shot matching 3-under 67s to secure the final four available spots. Amateurs Chris Fancoeur and Alex Shead are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Andrew Swanson (a) (Bluffton, S.C.) 65; Bo Blanchard (a) (Columbus, Ga.) 65; Aidan Kramer (a) 66; Prayaag Oruganti (a) (Austin, Tex.) 67; Anthony Purcea (a) (Buford, Ga.) 67; Max Dupree (a) (Eatonton, Ga.) 67; Lance Simpson (Knoxville, Tenn.) FULL RESULTS
67. FULL RESULTS

The Club at P.B. Dye, Ijamsville, Md.

University of Louisville junior Sebastian Moss shot 3-under 67 to claim medalist honors, while Jon Moles shot a 69 to finish as the runner-up at the qualifier. Amateurs Logan Reilly, Loyola senior Michaely Crowley, and Delaware senior Elliot Haas each posted matching rounds of 70 for a joint third-place finish. Virginia senior George Duangmanee and Isaiah Logue secured the final two available spots after surviving a 5-for-2 playoff. Sean Bosdosh and amateur Scott Shingler are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Sebastian Moss (a) (Pearland, Tex.) 67; Jon Moles (Frederick, Md.) 69; Logan Reilly (a) (Lovettsville, Va.) 70; Michael Crowley (a) (Hunt Valley, Md.) 70; Elliot Haas (a) (Dickerson, Md.) 70; George Duangmanee (a) (Fairfax, Va.) 71; Isaiah Logue (West Palm Beach, Fla.) 71. FULL RESULTS

Riverton Country Club, Riverton, Wyo.

Probably one of the smallest fields at the qualifier, which saw only 29 players turn up for the lone available spot. Blake Tomlinson shot a majestic 8-under 64, securing a dominating medalist finish at the qualifier. Amateurs Tucker Clark and Parker Paxton are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Blake Tomlinson (Salt Lake City, Utah) 64. FULL RESULTS

Granite Bay Golf Club, Granite Bay, Calif.

Corey Pereira carded a solid 5-under 66 to dominate the field and earn medalist honors with a six-stroke margin. Ollie Osborne finished second with a 72. Michael Nicoletti, Tyler Raber, and Joey Vrzich survived a 5-for-3 playoff to secure the final three available spots from the qualifier. Kevin Huff and Ben Geyer are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Corey Pereira (Cameron Park, Calif.) 66; Ollie Osborne (Sacramento, Calif.) 72; Michael Nicoletti (Sacramento, Calif.) 73; Tyler Raber (El Macero, Calif.) 73; Joey Vrzich (La Jolla, Calif.) 73. FULL RESULTS

Casino del Sol - Sewailo, Tucson, Ariz.

Trevor Werbylo shot 6-under 66 to earn medalist honors, closely followed by Jonathan Walters and Grant Hirschman, both with matching 67s. Patrick Flavin secured the final spot available from the qualifier after surviving a 4-for-1 playoff. Arizona freshman Tianyi Xiong and Merty Jertson are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Trevor Werbylo (Tucson, Ariz.) 66; Jonathan Walters (Oro Valley, Ariz.) 67; Grant Hirschman (Phoenix, Ariz.) 67; Patrick Flavin (Highwood, Ill.) 68. FULL RESULTS

Omaha Country Club, Omaha, Neb.

Brothers Alex Schaake and Carson Schaake shot matching 67s to earn co-medalist honors. Nate Vontz and Nebraska junior Gentry Scheve secured the final two spots from the qualifier after surviving a 3-for-2 playoff. Amateurs Sam Vocelka and Ryan Nietfeldt are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Alex Schaake (Omaha, Neb.) 67; Carson Schaake (Omaha, Neb.) 67; Nate Vontz (Lincoln, Neb.) 69; Gentry Scheve (a) (Emporia, Kan.) 69. FULL RESULTS

Tuesday May, 7

North Shore Country Club (Red & White), Mequon, Wis.

Harrison Ott earned medalist honors with his spectacular 6-under 66, followed by 2023 Wisconsin State Amateur champion Jack Schultz at 5-under 67. Ty Kretz, a junior at South Dakota State shot 68 for a third place finish, followed by Wisconsin senior Coalter Smith with a 69 for the fourth spot. Joe Leonard survived a 3-for-1 playoff to decide the final spot from the qualifier.

Michael Crowley and Austin Kendziorski are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Harrison Ott (Brookfield, Wis.) 66; Jack Schultz (a) (Whitefish Bay, Wis.) 67; Ty Kretz (a) (Marinette, Wis.) 68; Coalter Smith (a) (Grosse Pointe Farms, Penn.) 69; Joe Leonard (Madison, Wis.) 70.FULL RESULTS

Running Deer Golf Club, Pittsgrove, N.J.

Matthew Ryan and Stephen Cerbara shot matching 3-under 69 to earn co-medalist honors. Trevor Bensel finished third to grab the last available spot from the qualifier with his 70. Amateur Caleb Rossi and Michael Winter are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Matthew Ryan (Charlotte, N.C.) 69; Stephen Cerbara (Longhorne, Penn.) 69; Trveor Bensel (Schoeneck, Penn.) 70.FULL RESULTS

Sacconnesset Golf Club, Falmouth, Mass

Raymond Dennehy, a junior at University of Connecticut, carded a solid 5-under 67 to earn medalist honors.He was followed by Arthur Zelmati of France,the 2020 Mass Mid-Am champion, who shot a 70 to finish runner-up. William Fordigh and amateur Nick Maccario survived a 3-for-2 playoff to grab the final two spots. Amateurs Ryan Brown and Kevin Gately are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Raymond Dennehy (a) (Princeton, Mass.) 67; Arthur Zelmati (A/R) (France) 70; William Fordigh (Westwood, Mass.) 71; Nick Maccario (a) (Haverhill, Mass.) 71.FULL RESULTS

Andalusia Country Club, La Quinta, Calif.

The qualifier saw amateurs grab 4 out of 5 available spots, with USC sophom*ore Jose Antonio Safa and UCLA graduate student Mason Greene at UCLA taking the co-medalist honors with matching 5-under 67. Donald Kay and amateurs Billy Davis and Long Beach University junior Steven Deutsch shot matching 4-under 68 to take the last three available spots. Amateurs Caden McMackin and Brannon Fahrny are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Jose Antonio Safa (a) (Mexico) 67; Mason Greene (a) (Tustin, Calif.) 67; Donald Kay (San Diego, Calif.) 68; Billy Davis (a) (Spring Valley, Calif.) 68; Steven Deutsch (Chula Vista, Calif.) 68.FULL RESULTS

Champions Golf Club (Jackrabbit), Houston, Tex.

Steven Chervony shot 5-under 66 to earn medalist honors. Louisiana Ragin Eli Ortego and Texas A&M junior Michael Hidelbaugh shot matching 4-under 67 to finish joint runner-up. Houston senior Austyn Reily, Tyler Uhlig, Derek Chang and Clay Feagler carded matching 3-under 68 to grab the final four spots. David Lee and Ryan Baca are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Steven Chervony (Boca Raton, Fla.) 66; Eli Ortego (a) (Lafayette, La.) 67; Michael Hiedelbaugh (Dallas, Tex.) 67; Austyn Reily (Pottsboro, Tex.) 68; Tyler Uhlig (Magnolia, Tex.) 68; Derek Chang (Dallas, Tex.) 68; Clay Feagler (Houston, Tex.) 68.FULL RESULTS

Ruby Hill Golf Club, Pleasanton, Calif.

SMC California freshman Jack Jerge and Jonny Baxter carded matching 67s to earn co-medalist honors. University of San Francisco sophom*ore Jakob Melin shot 4-under 68 for a solo-third place finish, while being followed by Stanford senior Jake Beber-Frankel with a 69 and Seattle University sophom*ore Ben Ragland survived a 3-for-1 playoff to grab the last spot. Gregor Main and amateur Muzzy Donohue are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Jack Jerge (a) (Pleasant Hill, Calif.) 67; Jonny Baxter (Pleasanton, Calif.) 67; Jakob Melin (a) (Sweden) 68; Jake Beber-Frenkel (Miami, Fla.) 69; Ben Ragland (a) (San Ramon, Calif.) 70.FULL RESULTS

Walnut Creek Golf Preserve, Westminster, Colo.

Players at Walnut Creek experienced 53 mph gusts, making it one of the toughest qualifiers of the day, with scores above par taking the medalist honors. Amateur Jimmy Makloski, an assistant golf coach at the Air Force Academy, shot 1-over 73 to claim the medalist honors.

Davis Bryant closely followed with a 74, trailed by John Sand at 75. Franklin Huang shot 77, and Colorado sophom*ore Hunter Swanson survived a 4-for-1 playoff to secure the last available spot. Griffin Barela and amateur Braydon Bozak are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Jimmy Makloski (a) (Pueblo, Colo. 73; Davis Bryant (Aurora, Colo.) 74; John Sand (Hoquiam, Wash.) 75; Franklin Huang (San Diego, Calif.) 77; Hunter Swanson (a) (Denver, Colo.).FULL RESULTS

So mad we don’t have video of this US Open local. Full blown carnage. 53!!!!mph gusts. 38 mph sustained winds and 78 was good enough for a playoff.pic.twitter.com/IEQldwv2KO

— Monday Q Info (@acaseofthegolf1)May 9, 2024

Championship Golf Course at University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N.M.

UTEP junior Dylan Teeter scored a 6-under 66 to claim medalist honors, followed by Zane Thomas securing the runner-up position with his 67. Samuel Saunders emerged victorious in a 2-for-1 playoff, securing the last available spot from the qualifier. Dylan Healey and Wil Collins stand as the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Dylan Teeter (a) (Oklahoma, Okla.) 66; Zane Thomas (Las Vegas, Nev.) 67; Samuel Saunders (Albuquerque, New Mex.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Monday, May 6

Brentwood Country Club, Los Angeles, Calif.

Jered Stone earned medalist honors with 3-under 69. Brian Bohlig and UCLA junior Andy Yoon shot matching 70 to finish tied-2nd. 16-year-old amateur Grant Leary and 15-year-old Hill Wang grabbed the last two spots after making it through the 3-for-2 playoff. Brendan Gonzalez and amateur Bryant Hernandez are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Jered Stone (Corral De Tierra, Calif.) 69; Brian Bohlig (Woodland Hills, Calif.) 70; Andy Yoon (a) (Cypress, Calif.) 70; Grant Leary (a) (West Hills, Calif.) 71; Hill Wang (a) (Hacienda Heights, Calif.) 71.FULL RESULTS

Indian Ridge Country Club (Grove Course), Palm Desert, Calif.

Mason Glinski earned medalist honors with his 4-under 67. UCLA sophom*ore Matthew Yamin, Weishuan Wang and Mark Geddes shot matching 3-under 68 to finish tied-2nd. Scott Cherry survived a 4-for-1 playoff to book the last spot from the qualifier.
Gin Kim and SDSU junior Shea Lague are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Mason Glinski (Oxnard, Calif.) 67; Matthew Yamin (a) (New York, NY) 68; Weishuan Yang (Chinese Taipei) 68; Mark Geddes (England) 68; Scott Cherry (Rancho Mirage, Calif.) 69.FULL RESULTS

The Fountaingrove Club, Santa Rosa, Calif.

SMC Senior Zack Missigman earned the medalist honors with his 5-under 67, keeping him three-strokes away from the competition. Andrew Bonnor and Alex Franklin shot matching 2-under 70 for a tied-2nd finish. SJSU Senior Caleb Shetler stood solo fourth with his round of 1-under 71 and Evan Peterson grabbed the last available spot after surviving a 6-for-1 playoff.

Noah Woolsey and Stanford sophom*ore Sean-Karl Dobson are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Zach Missigman (a) (Goodyear, Ariz.) 67; Andrew Bonner (Ripon, Calif.) 70; Alex Franklin (San Rafael, Calif.) 70; Caleb Shetler (a) (Saratoga, Calif.) 71; Evan Peterson (Fresno, Calif.) 72.FULL RESULTS

The Plantation at Ponte Vedra Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

Lukas Guthrie and Andrew Riley, a junior at Palm Beach Atlantic University earned co-medalist honors with their matching 7-under 65s. Clay Amlung stood solo-third at 6-under 66, followed by junior golfer John Daniel Culbreth from Georgia and Connor Howe, a recent graduate of Georgia Tech shot matching 4-under 68 for a tied-4th finish at the qualifier. Luke Blaskiewicz and Lucas Gimenez earned the two alternate spots.

Qualifiers:Lukas Guthrie (Quincy, IL) 65; Andrew Riley (a) (Palm Coast, Fla.) 65; Clay Amlung (Louisville, KY) 66; John Daniel Culbreth (a) (Thomasville, GA) 68; Connor Howe (a) (Ogden, Uta.) 68.FULL RESULTS

Seminole Legacy Golf Club, Tallahassee, Fla.

The qualifier saw amateurs dominate the day where Seminole senior Frederik Kjettrup earned medalist honors with his 4-under 68 and was followed by Mississippi State junior Josep Serra and Zach Adams of University of South Carolina for joint runner-up position at 3-under 69. Alabama senior Thomas Ponder and Seminole junior Patrick Mccann survived the 5-for-2 playoff to earn the last two available spots.

Amateurs Mason Howell and Garrett Endicott are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Frederik Kjettrup (a) (Denmark) 68; Josep Maria Serra Busquet (a) (Spain) 69; Zach Adams (a) (Charleston, SC) 69; Thomas Ponder (a) (Dothan, Ala.) 70; Patrick Mccann (a) (Tallahassee, Fla.) 70.FULL RESULTS

Wellington National Golf Club, Wellington, Fla.

MTSU Redshirt senior Gavin Clements shot 4-under 68 to earn the medalist honors. Amateurs Jonathan Bale and Sohan Patel stood second and third with their respective rounds of 69 and 70. Pontus Nyholm and Justin Thompson survived a 3-for-2 playoff to earn the last two available spots. Rigg Chang and amateur Gabriel Oliviera Holtz are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Gavin Clements (a) (Franklin, TN) 68; Jonathan Bale (Wales) 69; Sohan Patel (a) (Weston, Fla.) 70; Pontus Nyholm (Sweden) 71; Justin Thompson (Wellington, Fla.) 71.FULL RESULTS

Muskegon Country Club, Muskegon, Mich.

Grand Valley State senior Drew Coble, Beau Breault and Johnson Kaleb earned their co-medalist honors at a matching 3-under 69, while Patrick Sullivan survived a 2-for-1 playoff to grab the last available spot from the qualifier. James Piot, the 2021 US Amateur Champion, who went on to sign with LIV Golf is the first alternate, followed by Jude Kim as the second alternate.

Qualifiers:Drew Coble (a) (Lake Orion, MI) 69; Beau Breault (Howell, MI) 69; Johnson Kaleb (Fort Myers, Fla.) 69; Patrick Sullivan (Grosse Pointe, MI) 70.FULL RESULTS

Fairmount Country Club, Chatham, N.J.

Paul Pereda and Kyle Sterbinsky earned co-medalist honors with matching 4-under 67. University of Richmond junior Cole Ekert shot 3-under 68 to finish solo-third, while Boston College senior Cameron Harlock and Sm Lee shot matching 69’s to finish tied-4th. Matthew Cowgill, a graduate of James Madison University survived a 2-for-1 playoff to earn the last available spot. Amateurs Ryan Rittberger and Eric Lafante are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Paul Pereda (St. Augustine, Fla.) 67; Kyle Sterbinsky (Jupiter, Fla.) 67; Cole Ekert (Chatham, NJ) 68; Cameron Harlock (a) (Auckland, MA) 69; Sm Lee (Suwanee, GA) 69; Matthew Cowgill (a) (Weston, MA) 70.FULL RESULTS

Highland Meadows Golf Club, Sylvania, OH -

Joshua Gibson earned medalist honors with his 6-under 65, where Toledo senior Palmer Yenrick and Michael Balcar finished joint runner-up at 4-under 67. Cam Kellet, Jake Kneen, Joseph Juszczyk, golf coach at Wayne State and Tyler Goecke, a fifth year student at Illinois, took the final four spots at 3-under 68. Peyton Callens and Drew Salyers are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Joshua Gibson (Grandville, MI) 65; Palmer Yenrick (a) (Oregon, OH) 67; Michael Balcar (Toledo, OH) 67; Cam Kellet (London, Ontario) 68; Jake Kneen (White Lake, Mich.) 68; Joseph Juszczyk (Detroit, Mich.) 68; Tyler Goecke (a) (Xenia, OH) 68.FULL RESULTS

Union League Liberty Hill, Lafayette Hill, Pa.

Peter Bradbeer earned medalist honors with his 6-under 66, followed by Kyle Vance for a runner-up finish at 67. Amateurs Michael Lugiano and Austin Barbin, a senior at Liberty Flames shot matching 68 to finish tied-3rd at the qualifier.

The qualifier was stopped due to daylight issues and a playoff for final two spots and alternate positions is scheduled for 7.30 AM on Tuesday.

The Country Club of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls, S.D.

Luke Honner, a South Dakota State sophom*ore and Alex Gaugert both fired impressive rounds of 3-under 69, securing them co-medalist honors at the qualifier. Following closely behind, Samuel Storey secured solo-third place with a solid 2-under 70. In a tense playoff, Jacob Otta and Austin Dobrescu clinched the last two available spots through the qualifier, emerging victorious from a 3-for-2 showdown. Cole Hanson stands as the first alternate, with Nick Voke as the second alternate.

Qualifiers: Luke Honner (Sioux Falls, SD) 69; Alex Gaugert (Edina, MN) 69; Samuel Storey (Sioux City, Iowa) 70; Jacob Otta (Sioux Falls, SD) 71; Austin Dobrescu (Brandon, OK) 71.FULL RESULTS

Coyote Ridge Golf Club, Carrollton, Tex.

Daniel Cronje, a fifth year student at University of Texas Arlington shot 3-under 69 to earn medalist honors, with Sean Wilcox and John Driscoll III, a recent graduate of Arkansas, shot matching 2-under 70 to finish joint runner-up. Oklahoma sophom*ore Matthew Troutman and Arkansas graduate senior Jacob Skov Olesen shot matching 1-under 71 for tied-4th place finish.

TCU sophom*ore Jack Beauchamp and North Texas senior Cody Winkler survived a 6-for-2 playoff to decide the final two spots from the qualifier. Mitchell Meissner and amateur Rashid Salem are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Daniel Cronje (a) (South Africa) 69; Sean Wilcox (Frisco, Tex.) 70; John Driscoll III (a) (Lake Mary, Fla.) 70; Matthew Troutman (a) (Louisville, KY) 71; Jacob Skov Olesen (a) (Denmark) 71; Jack Beauchamp (a) (Dallas Texas, Tex.) 72; Cody Winkler (a) (McKinney, Tex.) 72.FULL RESULTS

Escondido Golf & Lake Club, Horseshoe Bay, Tex.

Zach Heffernan, a junior at Baylor, delivered a scintillating performance, carding an impressive 8-under 63 to claim the top spot by a commanding four-stroke margin at the qualifier. Following closely behind, Baylor senior Tyler Isenhart secured the runner-up position with a solid 4-under 67. Meanwhile, junior Andrew Baucum of Memphis, along with William Paysse, Andrew Paysse, and amateur Ethan Dufresne, all posted identical scores of 3-under 68, earning them a tied-3rd finish at the qualifier. In a nail-biting finale, Erik Matthewson clinched the final spot after emerging victorious in a tense 4-for-1 playoff.

Adding to the drama, amateurs Tommy Morrison of Texas and Matthew Comegys of Texas Tech stand as the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Zach Hefferman (a) (Boerne, Tex.) 63; Tyler Isenhart (a) (Geneva, Ill.) 67; Andrew Baucum (a) (Heath, Tex.) 68; William Paysse (Temple, Tex.) 68; Andrew Paysse (a) (Temple, Tex.) 68; Ethan Dufresne (a) (The Hills, Tex.) 68; Erik Matthewson (Las Vegas, Nev.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Thursday, May 2

La Purisima Golf Course, Lompoc, Calif.

Jackson Lake shot an impressive 4-under 68 to earn medalist honors by three shots over second-place finisher Nathan Wang. Tegan Andrews, Larry Correa, and Jason Allred earned the final qualifying spots in a 7-for-3 playoff. Jinho Chung and Joachim Altonen are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Jackson Lake (a) (Clovis, Calif.) 68; Nathan Wang (a) (Fremont, Calif.) 71; Tegan Andrews (a) (Agoura Hills, Calif.) 73; Larry Correa (Lompoc, Calif.) 73; Jason Allred (Gig Harbor, Wash.) 73.FULL RESULTS

Broadmoor Country Club, Indianapolis, Ind.

Keller Harper shot one of the best rounds in local qualifying thus far, shooting 9-under and recording seven birdies and an eagle, and finishing 4-under on his last three holes. Nicholas Dentino finished in solo second at 7-under and Noah Gillard, Dylan Meyer, and Braxton Kuntz survived a 4-for-3 playoff to earn the final qualifying spots. Cole Starnes and Lucas Beck are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Keller Harper (Atlanta, Ga.) 63; Nicholas Dentino (a) (Carmel, Ind.) 65; Noah Gillard (a) (Greenwood, Ind.) 66; Dylan Meyer (Evansville, Ind.) 66; Braxton Kuntz (a) (Canada) 66.FULL RESULTS

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— Indiana Golf (@IndianaGolf)May 2, 2024

The Grand Golf Club, San Diego, Calif.

San Diego State standout Justin Hastings earned co-medalist honors with Tain Lee at 6-under 66. Koi Sato finished one shot back at 5-under 67 and Steen Zeman and Otto Vanhatalo made it through a 3-for-2 playoff. Nathan Tseng and Jaden Hunter are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Justin Hastings (a) (Cayman Islands) 66; Tain Lee (Irvine, Calif.) 66; Koi Sato (Irvine, Calif.) 67; Steen Zeman (a) (Oxnard, Calif.) 69; Otto Vanhatalo (San Diego, Calif.) 69.FULL RESULTS

McCormick Woods Golf Club, Port Orchard, Wash.

R.J. Manke earned medalist honors by two shots after a 4-under 68, which included two eagles on the day. Colton Kleis, Theodore Snyder, Sean Ko, and Liam Gill all shot 2-under 70 to earn the final qualifying spots. Ilirian Zalli and Dylan Dethier are the two alternates

Qualifiers:R.J. Manke (Lakewood, Wash.) 68, Colton Kleis (a) (Seattle, Wash.) 70; Theodore Snyder (a) (Gig Harbor, Wash.) 70; Sean Ko (Canada) 70; Liam Gill (Wayland, Mass.) 70.FULL RESULTS

Columbia Country Club (Ridgewood/Tall Pines Course)

Ryan Cole finished on top of the impressive field, recording a 6-under 66 round and four birdies in his first seven holes. Parker Gillam shot 5-under 67, and Blair Bursey, Shane Rogan, and Jonathan Nielsen all shot 4-under 68 to earn the final three qualifying spots. Carson Ownbey and Garret Reband made it through a 5-for-2 playoff to earn the two alternate spots.

Qualifiers:Ryan Cole (Midlothian, Va.) 66; Parker Gillam (Saint Simons Island, Ga.) 67; Blair Bursey (Canada) 68; Shane Rogan (Columbia, S.C.) 68; Jonathan Nielsen (a) (Denmark) 68.FULL RESULTS

Whippoorwill Club, Armonk, N.Y.

James Nicholas made five birdies in his first ten holes to shoot a bogey-free 5-under 65 and earn medalist honors. Pietro Bovari shot 4-under 66, Joshua Lee and Eric Rheem shot 3-under 67. Bradford Tilley earned the fifth qualifying spot, and Andrew Kozan, Craig Stefureak, and Jack Maguire made it through a 4-for-3 playoff, leaving Andre Chi as the first alternate. Chris Trout is the second alternate.

Qualifiers:James Nicholas (Scarsdale, N.Y.) 65; Pietro Bovari (Italy) 66; Joshua Lee (Jacksonville, Fla.) 67; Tong (Eric) Rheem (Levittown, N.Y.) 67; Bradford Tilley (a) (Easton, Conn.) 68; Andrew Kozan (Jupiter, Fla.) 69; Craig Stefureak (Canada) 69; Jack Maguire (Ridgefield, Conn.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club, Maricopa, Ariz.

Zach Smith shot a 30 on the front nine to propel him to a 7-under 65, and the medalist honors by one shot over Carson Enright. Brendon Jelley also avoided a playoff, finishing in solo third place with a 5-under 67. Reece Nilson earned the final qualifying spot in a 4-for-1 playoff. Ethan Casto and Caleb Ramirez are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Zach Smith (Phoenix, Ariz.) 65; Carson Enright (a) (Longboat Key, Fla.) 66; Brendon Jelley (Scottsdale, Ariz.) 67; Reece Nilson (Tucson, Ariz.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Country Club of York, York, Pa.

Nicholas Gross, a top junior golfer heading to Alabama, shot a blistering bogey-free 7-under 63 to earn medalist honors by three shots. Winton Munch finished 4-under 66, and Joey Medora and Casper Nerpin earned the other two qualifying spots. Kevin Kraft and Max Siegfried are the two alternates. FULL RESULTS

Qualifiers: Nicholas Gross (a) (Downington, Pa.) 63; Winton Munch (Traverse City, Mich.) 66, Joey Medora (Bethesda, Md.) 67; Casper Nerpin (a) (Sweden) 67.FULL RESULTS

Sewickley Heights Golf Club, Sewickley, Pa.

Nick Sorkin earned medalist honors at 5-under 66, but that wasn’t the story of his round. Sorkin made two eagles, both coming on par-4s within five holes of each other. Beau tit*worth finished 3-under 68, and Mike Van Sickle and Derek Bard earned the final two qualifying spots. Louis Olsakovsky and Easton Renwick earned the two alternate spots.

Qualifiers:Nick Sorkin (a) (Moundsville, W. Va.) 65; Beau tit*worth (St. Peterburg, Fla.) 68; Mike Van Sickle (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 70; Derek Bard (Jacksonville, Fla.) 70.FULL RESULTS

Wednesday, May 1

The Club at Old Stone, Bowling Green, Ky.

Max Bewley, a Bowling Green local, made six straight birdies on holes No. 4 through 10 to shoot 6-under 66 and win medalist honors by two shots. Michael Barnard and Ashton Van Horne finished T2, and Vanderbilt standout Matthew Riedel finished 3-under 69. Billy Tom Sargent and Jansen Preston earned the final two qualifying spots, and Davis Woodliff and Cooper Musselman are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers:Max Bewley (a) (Bowling Green, Ky.) 66; Michael Barnard (a) (Gallatin, Tenn.) 68; Ashton Van Horne (Georgetown, Ky.) 68; Matthew Riedel (Houston, Tex.) 69; Billy Tom Sargent (Dickson, Tenn.) 70; Jasen Preston (Lexington, Ky.) 70.FULL RESULTS

Pinehurst Resort and Country Club (Course No. 6), Village of Pinehurst, N.C.

David Sanchez earned medalist honors after a 5-under 66, Marshall Meisel and Chris Andrew Etters finished in solo second and third place. Bryce Hendrix and Remi Chartier made it through the 6-for-2 playoff to earn the final qualifying spots. Reece Sanders and Carson Etters are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers: David Sanchez (Charlotte, N.C.) 66; Marshall Meisel (Chevy Chase, Md.) 67; Chris Andrew Etters (Wilmington, N.C.) 69; Bryce Hendrix (Apex, N.C.) 70; Remi Chartier (Naples, Fla.) 70.FULL RESULTS

Royal Golf Club, Lake Elmo, Minn.

Ross Miller and Wes Buntenbach shot 3-under 69 to finish as co-medalists, while Luke Gutschewski of Iowa State, Matt Rachey, and Ben Warian earned the final three qualifying spots. Warian earned the final spot after he was the last man standing in a 6-for-1 playoff. Bennett Smed and Allan Lockwood are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:Ross Miller (Nashville, Tenn.) 69; Wes Buntenbach (Plymouth, Minn.) 69; Luke Gutschewski (Omaha, Neb.) 70; Matt Rachey (Victoria, Minn.) 71; Ben Warian (Stillwater, Minn.) 72.FULL RESULTS

Tuesday, April 30

Crystalaire Country Club, Llano, Calif.

Harry Rudolph and Andrew Yun finished as co-medalists, while Trevor Cassidy and Patrick Pockels earned the third and fourth alternate spots. Kirk Karasawa survived a 3-for-1 playoff to earn the final spot, while Cole Kim and Mason Benbrook are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers:Harry Rudolph (La Jolla, Calif.) 66; Andrew Yun (Tacoma, Wash.) 66; Trevor Cassidy (Woodland Hills, Calif.) 68; Patrick Pockels (Huntington Beach, Calif.) 68; Kirk Karasawa 69.FULL RESULTS

Firewheel Golf Park (Lakes Course), Garland, Tex.

Texas standout Nathan Petronzio earned co-medalist honors with Charles Porter at 6-under 66. Cooper Dossey shot a 4-under 68, and Fred Wedel, Josh Radcliff, Michael Sanders, and Holland Humphries survived a 5-for-4 playoff. Luis Palomo is the first alternate after bowing out first in the playoff, and William Sides is the second alternate.

Qualifiers:Nathan Petronzio (a) (Bee Cave, Tex.) 66; Charles Porter (San Francisco, Calif.) 66; Cooper Dossey (Addison, Tex.) 68; Fred Wedel (The Woodlands, Tex.) 69; Josh Radcliff (Grapevine, Tex.) 69; Michael Sanders (Davidson, N.C.) 69; Holland Humphries (Austin, Tex.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Collindale Golf Course, Fort Collins, Colo.

Jason Preeo, Derek Fribbs, and Jake Staiano all shot 2-under 69 to earn co-medalist honors, while A.J. Ott and Connor Jones made it through a 5-for-2 playoff, and Matthew Wilkinson and Aj Morris are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Jason Preeo (Littleton, Colo.) 69; Derek Fribbs (Aurora, Colo.) 69; Jake Staiano (Englewood, Colo.) 69; A.J. Ott (Fort Collins, Colo.) 71; Connor Jones (a) (Denver, Colo.) 71.FULL RESULTS

Brookside Golf & Country Club, Columbus, OH

Columbus native David Wetterich shot an impressive 6-under 66 to earn the medalist honors. SoCon champion Mats Ege, Nick Carlson, Jonathan Oakes, and Reid Martin all finished T2 at 4-under 68, and John Aber and Cody Sundberg moved through to final qualifying without a playoff. Matthew Wininger and Ohio State’s Tyler Sabo are the two alternates.

Qualifiers:David Wetterich (Cincinnati, OH) 66; Nick Carlson (Hamilton, Mich.) 68; Jonathan Oakes (a) (Tarrytown, N.Y.) 68; Reid Martin (Columbus, OH) 68; Mats Ege (a) (Norway) 68; John Aber (a) (Sewickley, Penn.) 69; Cody Sundberg (a) (Chicago, Ill.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Weymouth Country Club, Medina, OH

Former Kent State standout Ian Holt earned medalist honors with ease, shooting a 6-under 66 with seven birdies. Cole Corder, Ayden Richmond, Conor Mead, and Braden Herstich all finished T2 to qualify, and Cm Mixon earned the sixth qualifying spot. Dylan Van Fossen survived a 5-for-1 playoff to earn the final qualifying spot, and Chris Pollak and Tim Raleigh are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers:Ian Holt 66; Ayden Richmond (a) 69; Braden Herstich (a) 69; Cole Corder 69; Conor Mead 69; CM Mixon (a) 70; Dylan Van Fossen 71.FULL RESULTS

Monday, April 29

Cantigny Golf Club, Wheaton, Ill.

Mac L McClear shot 5-under 67 to earn medalist honors. There was a 5-for-4 playoff to determine the last four spots. TJ Barger, Stephen Watts, Bobby Frazzini and Jimmy Morton earned those, while Graham O'Connor-Brooks missed out by a whisker.

Qualifiers:Mac L McClear (Hinsdale, IL) 67; TJ Barger (Bloomington, IL) 72; Stephen Watts (Chicago, IL) 72; Bobby Frazzini (Bonita Springs, Fla.) 72; Jimmy Morton (Orlando, Fla.) 72.FULL RESULTS

Morris Park Country Club, South Bend, Ind.

Michael Davan shot 7-under 63 to remain three-strokes clear of the field and earn medalist honors. Caleb VanArragon, a fifth year student at Valparaiso shot 4-under 66 for a runner-up finish at the qualifier. There was a 5-for-3 playoff to determine the last three spots. Nate Stevens of Notre Dame, Blair Webb and Anthony Delisanti, a junior at Valparaiso and VanArragon's teammate earned those spots, while Caleb Sanderson and Maxwell Scodro earned the last two alternate spots.

Qualifiers:Michael Davan (Danville, Ill.) 63;Caleb VanArragon (Blaine, Minn.) 66;Nate Stevens (Northfield, Minn.) 67;Blair Webb (Zionsville, Ind.) 67;Anthony Delisanti (Sanborn, NY) 67.FULL RESULTS

Crestview Country Club (North Course), Wichita, Kan.

Cooper Schultz shot 6-under 66 to earn the medalist honors, while Wade Binfield and Johnnie Clark shot matching 5-under 67 to finish as the joint runner-up at the qualifier. There was a 2-for-1 playoff to determine the final spot. Tyson Reeder won the playoff to earn the final spot, and Rayhan Thomas of Oklahoma State earned the first alternate spot.

Qualifiers:Cooper Schultz (Wichita, Kan.) 66; Wade Binfield (Charlottesville, Va.) 67; Johnnie Clark (Mesa, Ariz) 67; Tyson Reeder (Edmond, Okla.) 68.FULL RESULTS

Westwood Country Club, St. Louis, Mo.

Swedish Joel Sylven and the American duo of amateur Gunnar Broin and Devon Liberty shot matching 4-under 67 to earn co-medalist honors at the qualifier. William Postlethwaite of England and American Peter Knade shot a 68 to finish tied-4th. There was a 9-for-1 playoff to determine the final spot. Chris Naegel, a regular on the KFT, pulled off a thrilling win to earn the last available spot.

A total of 117 golfers entered the local qualifier for six available spots.

Qualifiers:Joel Sylven (Falkenberg, Sweden) 67; Gunner Broin (Chanhassen, Minn.) 67; Devon Liberty (Edwards, Ill.) 67; William Postlethwaite (Cumbria, U.K.) 68; Peter Knade (Annapolis, Md.) 68; Chris Naegel (Anaheim, Calif.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Cold Spring Country Club, Huntington, N.Y.

OSU graduate Aman Gupta shot carded 4-under 67 to earn medalist honors. Amateur Lewis Wright, a junior at Long Island University and Vincent Venard shot matching 68's to finish joint runner-up at the qualifier. There was a 6-for-4 playoff to determine the final four spots.

Duke senior Jimmy Zheng, Michigan commit Dean Muratore, Duke junior Luke Sample and John Mackie shot matching 69 to earn those final four spots. John Guyton and amateur Griffin Lawlor earned first and second alternate spots respectively.

Qualifiers:Aman Gupta (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) 67; Lewis Wright (a) (Greenvale, NY) 68; Vincent Vernard (Port Washington, N.Y.) 68; Jimmy Zheng (a) (Auckland, NZ) 69; Dean Muratore (a) Dix Hills, N.Y.) 69' Luke Sample (New York, N.Y.) 69 and John Mackie (Bellport, N.Y.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Duke University Golf Club, Durham, N.C.

NC State graduate senior Spencer Oxendine earned medalist honors, shooting a 5-under 67, while his teammate Carter Graf finished second at 4-under 68. Jacob Golliday and Preston Dembowiak earned qualifying spots, while Hampton Roberts beat Blake McShea in a playoff to earn the final qualifying spot. McShea is the first alternate, and Daniel Choi is the second alternate.

Qualifiers:Spencer Oxendine (a) (Fayetteville, N.C.) 67; Carter Graf (a) (Sylvan Lake, Alberta) 68; Jacob Golliday (a) (Charlotte, N.C.) 69, Preston Dembowiak (a) (Kernersville, N.C.) 69, Hampton Roberts (Cary, N.C.) 71.FULL RESULTS

Fair Oaks Ranch Golf & Country Club (Blackjack), Fair Oaks, Tex.

The qualifier at Fair Oaks Ranch Golf & Country Club in Fair Oaks, Tex., saw five players share the co-medalist honors at 4-under 68, three Americans, namely, Jared Chinn, Austin Rose and Chad Sewell were joined by Callum McNeill of Scotland and Finnish amateur Sakke Siltala. There was a 3-for-2 playoff to determine the final two spots.

KC Lim and amateur Austin Hofferkamp, both from Texas, survived the playoff to earn those spots. Wyatt Koricanek earned the first alternate and Clayton King earned the second alternate spot available through the qualifier.

Qualifiers:Jared Chinn (Honolulu, Hi.) 68; Callum McNeill (Scotland) 68; Austin Rose (Baton Rouge, La.) 68; Sakke Siltala (a) (Finland) 68; Chad Sewell (Conroe, Tex.) 68; Kc Lim (San Antonio, Tex.) 69; Austin Hofferkamp (a) (The Woodlands, Tex.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Alpine Country Club, Highland, Ut.

The qualifier at Alpine Country Club in Highland, Ut., saw amateurs dominate with four out of five spots going earned by them. Angus Klintworth, a redshirt sophom*ore at BYU, carded 4-under 68 to earn medalist honors. Kihei Akina who has committed to play golf at BYU soon shot a 69 to finish runner-up.

Mitchell Schow was the only pro among the qualifiers, who shot a 70 to finish third. There was a 7-for-2 playoff to determine the final two spots. BYU freshman Cooper Jones and Utah State junior Julio shot matching 71 to earn those spots. Amateurs Peter Kim and Max Brenchley earned the first and second alternate spots respectively.

Qualifiers:Angus Klintworth (a) (Red Ledges, Ut.) 68; Kihei Akina (a) (Kahuku, Hi.) 69; Mitchell Schow (Ogden, Ut.) 70; Cooper Jones (a) (Highland, Ut.) 71; Julio Arronte (a) (Veracruz, Mex) 71.FULL RESULTS

Parkersburg Country Club, Vienna, W.Va.

Joseph Kalaskey, Jake Sollon and Charlie Hanson shot matching 4-under 68 to earn co-medalist honors. A 4-for-1 playoff was held to determine the final spot, where Daniel Azallion emerged winner to earn the spot. Jackson Woodburn and Todd Duncan earned the first and second alternate spots respectively.

Qualifiers:Joseph Kalaskey (a) (South Charleston, W.V.) 68; Jake Sollon (Venetia, Penn.) 68; Charlie Hanson (a) (Richmond, Va.) 68; Daniel Azallion (a) (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Thursday, April 25

The Legacy Golf and Tennis Club, Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Michael Buttacavoli shot 3-under 69 to earn the medalist honors. Mark Brown, Justin Allen, and Chris Ingham shot 1-under 71 to earn three of the qualifying spots. Jonah Wasserstrom earned the final qualifying spot in a 4-for-1 playoff. Justin Griffith and Pierrehenri Soero earned the two alternate spots. Charlie Woods shot a 9-over 81 to miss advancing.

Qualifiers:Michael Buttacavoli (Miami Beach, Fla) 69; Mark Brown (Hobe Sound, Fla.) 71; Justin Allen (Canada) 71; Chris Ingham (Miami, Fla.) 71; Jonah Wasserstrom (a) (Hollywood, Fla.) 72.FULL RESULTS

Michael Buttacavoli (middle) earns medalist honors at the#USOpenqualifier at the Legacy Golf & Tennis Club. Mark Brown (right), Justin Allen (not pictured), Chris Ingham (left), and➡️Jonah Wasserstrom, who qualified after winning in a playoff👏pic.twitter.com/MH0FjgO9Ni

— Florida State Golf Association (@fsga)April 25, 2024

Wednesday, April 24

River Landing Golf Club (River Course), Wallace, N.C.
Easton Paxton earned medalist honors at 5-under 67. Ryan Sullivan and Walker Isley finished one shot back of medalist honors and T2 at 4-under. Ethan Paschal and Mitchell Soma were the other two qualifiers, while Zach Martin earned the first alternate spot, and Morgan Deneen earned the second alternate spot.

Qualifiers: Easton Paxton (Riverton, Wyo.) 67; Ryan Sullivan (Advance, N.C.) 68; Walker Isley (a) (Oak Island, N.C.) 68; Ethan Paschal (a) (Fayetteville, N.C.) 69; Mitchell Soma (a) (New Albany, Oh.) 70.FULL RESULTS

TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, Conn.
Garren Poirier dominated the field in this one, shooting a 4-under 66 and winning the medalist honors by three shots. Ryan Downes finished in solo second place, and Zach Zaback and Connor Goode finished T3 at even par, and Jason Gobleck earned the final qualifying spot in a 3-for-1 playoff. Aiden Mcdermott and Will Gregware are the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Garren Poirier (a) (Killington, Vt.) 66; Ryan Downes (a) (Longmeadow, Mass.) 69; Zach Zaback (a) (New York, N.Y.) 70; Connor Goode (a) (Glastonbury, Conn.) 70; Jason Gobleck (Madison, Conn.) 71.FULL RESULTS

Mission Inn Resort and Club (El Campeon Course), Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla.
Willie Mack III and Jake Peaco*ck finished as co-medalists after shooting 5-under 67’s. Nolan Harper, Kevin Andre Wright, and Roberto Nieves were the three other qualifiers, while Daniel Augustus and Gerardo Gomez finished as the two alternates.

Qualifiers: Willie Mack (Orlando, Fla.) 67; Jake Peaco*ck (a) (Milton, Ga.) 67; Nolan Harper (a) (Saint Augustine, Fla) 68; Kevin Andre Wright (Norway) 68; Roberto Nieves (Puerto Rico) 68.FULL RESULTS

Lost Key Golf Club, Pensacola, Fla.
Jonathan Hardee and Christian Bosso finished as co-medalists after rounds of 3-under 68 to earn the only two qualifying spots. Jacob Harper is the first alternate, and Brian Bullington is the second alternate.

Qualifiers: Christian Bosso (Pensacola, Fla.) 68; Jonathan Hardee (Charleston, S.C.) 68.FULL RESULTS

Stonewall Orchard Golf Club, Grayslake, Ill.
Andrew Svoboda and Bryce Emory shot 2-under 70 to earn co-medalist honors. There was a 4-for-2 playoff to determine the final two spots. David Nyfjall and Charlie Nikitas earned the final two spots, while Tyler Anderson and Dodge Kemmer earned the final two alternate spots.

Qualifiers:Andrew Svoboda (Oak Brook, Ill.) 70; Bryce Emory (Aurora, Ill.) 70; David Nyfjall (Uppsala, Ill.) 71; Charlie Nikitas (Glenview, Ill.) 71.FULL RESULTS

Tuesday, April 23

Jackson Country Club, Jackson, Tenn.
Logan Perkins shot 4-under 66 to win the medalist honors by two shots. Ryan Terry, the winner of the, shot 2-under 68 to earn the second qualifying spots, and two top junior golfers, Jackson Herrington and Blades Brown, shot 1-under 69 to earn the final two qualifying spots. Jeff Reuter and Tate Dickerson are the first and second alternates.

Qualifiers:Logan Perkins (Mcdonough, Tenn.) 66; Ryan Terry (a) (Brentwood, Tenn.) 68; Jackson Herrington (a) (Dickson, Tenn.) 69; Blades Brown (a) (Nashville, Tenn.) 69.FULL RESULTS

Congratulations to our 4 qualifiers at today’s U.S. Open Local Qualifier at Jackson Country Club! Logan Perkins (medalist), Ryan Terry, Jackson Herrington and Blades Brown all are headed to@usopengolfFinal Stage Qualifying!pic.twitter.com/62s0YcB8ze

— Tennessee Golf Association (@TNgolf)April 24, 2024

Monday, April 22

Marietta Country Club, Kennesaw, Ga.
Hughes Threlkeld, a junior at North Georgia, shot a 5-under 65 to earn medalist honors
Jacob Keen finished in solo second place to qualify, while Keith Guest, Blayne Barber, Matt Elliott, Christopher Dedman, and Paxton Scherger

Qualifiers: Hughes Threlkeld (a) (Savannah, Ga.) 65; Jacob Keen (Midland, Ga.) 67; Keith Guest (a) (Athens, Ga.) 68; Blayne Barber (Auburn, Ala.) 68; Matt Elliott (Hoschton, Ga.) 68; Christopher Dedman (a) (Carrollton, Ga.) 68; Paxton Scherger (a) (Duluth, Ga.) 68. FULL RESULTS

The King Kamehameha Golf Course, Wailuku, Ha.
Alex Chiarella won medalist honors with a 2-under 70 and was the only golfer under par. Jared Sawada survived a 3-for-1 playoff to earn the second qualifier spot, while Tyler Ogawa earned the first alternate spot, and Andre Bedard earned the second alternate spot.

Qualifiers: Alex Chiarella (Maui, Hi.) 70; Jared Sawada (Mililani, Hi.) 73. FULL RESULTS

The Territory Golf and Country Club, Duncan, Okla.
Thomas Johnson and Kevin An earned co-medalist honors at 5-under 67. PJ Maybank finished in solo third place at 4-under, and Bo Van Pelt, Brady Porter, and Zander Winston earned the final three qualifying spots at 2-under. Christopher Brown is the first alternate and Chris Kunda is the second alternate

Qualifiers: Thomas Johnson (Norman, Okla.) 67; Kevin An (a) (Riverside, Calif.) 67; PJ Maybank (a) (Cheboygan, Mich.) 68; Bo Van Pelt (Tulsa, Okla.) 70; Brady Porter (a) (Lawton, Okla.) 70; Zander Winston (Dallas, Tex.) 70. FULL RESULTS

Fox Den Country Club, Knoxville, Tenn.
Thad Whitfield earned medalist honors with a 4-under 67. Lucas Armstrong and Brayden Garrison finished T2 after a 3-under 68, and David Holmes earned the final qualifying spot with a 2-under 69. Kyle Cottam earned the first alternate spot, and Bogle Larue earned the second alternate spot.

Qualifiers: Thad Whitfield (a) (Signal Mountain, Tenn.) 67; Lucas Armstrong (a) (Church Hill, Tenn.) 68; Brayden Garrison (Franklin, Tenn.) 68; David Holmes (Knoxville, Tenn.) 69. FULL RESULTS

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Monday is fittingly referred to as Golf's Longest Day. The USGA is holding 10 of its 13 final qualifiers at various courses around the country and one in Canada on Monday with 687 players vying for just 44 spots.

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2024 U.S. Open qualifying criteria
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How can you qualify for the U.S. Open? The U.S. Open is open to any professional or amateur with an up-to-date men's USGA Handicap Index not exceeding 0.4.

How many holes is U.S. Open local qualifying? ›

Local qualifying, comprised of an 18-hole round, took place at 109 sites across 44 states and Canada from April 22 to May 14. Players who advanced from local qualifying will join exempt players in final qualifying, conducted over 36 holes at 13 sites – 10 in the U.S., one in England, one in Canada, and one in Japan.

How do U.S. Open qualifiers work? ›

Final Qualifying for the 2024 U.S. Open was contested at 13 sites worldwide, with the final 10 sites completed Monday, June 3 across the United States and Canada. Each Final Qualifying site was contested across 36 holes in one day, stroke-play, with playoffs if needed to break ties.

Do qualifiers make money at U.S. Open? ›

Now with the winner's prize back up to $3 million, the 112 players who lose in the qualifying draw split only slightly more than $3.23 million. Losers of the first qualifying round only earn $22,000.

What do you need to shoot to qualify for the U.S. Open? ›

As a true Open, the championship is open to all. Getting there is simple, but not easy. For an amateur to qualify for the U.S. Open, they need to first get their handicap down to 0.4 or lower. Then they're eligible for an 18-hole local qualifier, and if they play well enough there, it's on to a 36-hole final qualifier.

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The entry fee is $200 (as of 2019). Entry forms are posted when they become available each year on the USGA website: Go to usga.org. Click on the "Championships" tab, then select the "Apply to Play" option.

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DRESS CODE: Players and caddies must be neat in appearance with respect to clothing and personal grooming. Shorts are permitted. entirely or partially made of metal, if such metal will come in contact with the course.

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Traditionally, US Open qualifying is free for fans.

What is the qualifying handicap limit for the Open? ›

Local qualifying begins with 13 events, of 36 holes occurring on a single day just over three weeks before the Open Championship. It is open to those who meet any of the following criteria: Male professional golfer. Male amateur golfer whose playing handicap does not exceed 0.4 (i.e. scratch).

How to qualify for the 2024 U.S. Open? ›

The 2024 U.S. Open takes place at this USGA anchor site June 13-16. Entries closed April 10 and for the third time in USGA history, more than 10,000 people (10,052 to be exact) applied to compete. To be eligible, a player must have a Handicap Index of 0.4 or lower, or be a professional.

How many qualifying rounds are there for the US Open? ›

The two-stage process begins with 18-hole local qualifying, conducted at 109 sites in 44 U.S. states and Canada. Those players who advance will join a group of locally exempt players in final qualifying, which will be conducted over 36 holes at 13 sites between May 20 and June 3.

Is Tiger Woods playing in the US Open 2024? ›

The U.S. Open 2024 will feature the likes of three-time champion Tiger Woods and two-time winner Brooks Koepka, as well as winners such as Bryson DeChambeau, Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth. However, one golfer who is still looking for his first victory at this major is Phil Mickelson.

How many U.S. AM qualifiers are there? ›

The U.S. Amateur will move from a one-stage, 36-hole qualifying format to a two-stage qualifying format with 45 18-hole local qualifying sites and 19 18-hole final qualifying sites.

How many compete in the U.S. Open? ›

The U.S. Open is a four-round, 72-hole stroke-play championship, with a cut after 36 holes. There are 156 players who compete. The top 60 players and ties make the cut.

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