How 2013 U.S. Senior Open Field Qualified

July 2, 2013

A look at how the players qualified for the 2013 U.S. Senior Open at Omaha Country Club.

Winners of the U.S Senior Open: (a) the last 10 years; or (b) age 65 or under on July 14, 2013; or (c) from 1980-2009.

Roger Chapman Peter Jacobsen Don Pooley
Dave Eichelberger Bernhard Langer  
Fred Funk Graham Marsh Eduardo Romero
Hale Irwin    

Winners of the PGA of America Seniors Championship the last 10 years (2004-13)

Michael Allen Kouki Idoki Mike Reid
Roger Chapman Hale Irwin Tom Watson
Jay Haas Tom Lehman  

Winners of the Senior British Open Championship the last four years (2008-12)

Fred Couples Bernhard Langer Loren Roberts

From the 2012 U.S. Senior Open Championship, the 15 lowest scores and anyone tying for 15th place

Mark Calcavecchia John Huston Tom Pernice Jr.
Roger Chapman Tom Kite Peter Senior
John Cook Bernhard Langer Lance Ten Broeck
Fred Couples Tom Lehman Mark Wiebe
Fred Funk Dick Mast  
Jay Haas Corey Pavin  

From the 2012 U.S. Senior Open, the amateur returning the lowest 72-hole score (must be an amateur)

a-Doug Hanzel    

From the 2012 USGA Senior Amateur Championship, the winner and runner-up (must be an amateur)

a-Paul Simson a-Curtis Skinner  

Playing members of the five most current United States and European Ryder Cup and United States and World Presidents’ Cup Teams

Fred Couples Jay Haas Kenny Perry
Fred Funk Colin Montgomerie  

From the 2012 official Champions Tour money list, the top 30 money leaders

Michael Allen David Frost Larry Mize
Jay Don Blake Fred Funk Corey Pavin
Bart Bryant Bill Glasson Kenny Perry
Mark Calcavecchia Mike Goodes Loren Roberts
Roger Chapman Jay Haas Peter Senior
  Gary Hallberg Jeff Sluman
John Cook Bernhard Langer Kirk Triplett
Fred Couples Tom Lehman Mark Wiebe
Joe Daley Chien Soon Lu Willie Wood
Dan Forsman Mark McNulty  

From the Champions Tour all-time money list, the top 50 money leaders through the close of entries on June 5

  Bernhard Langer Tom Purtzer
Mark Calcavecchia Tom Lehman Loren Roberts
John Cook Steve Lowery Joey Sindelar
Fred Couples Graham Marsh Jeff Sluman
  Mark McNulty  
Steve Elkington Rocco Mediate  
Brad Faxon Gil Morgan Kirk Triplett
Dan Forsman Larry Nelson Bob Tway
David Frost Mark O’Meara Duffy Waldorf
Bob Gilder Joe Ozaki Tom Watson
Jay Haas Corey Pavin D.A. Weibring
Scott Hoch Tom Pernice Jr.  
John Huston Kenny Perry  
Tom Kite    

From the 2013 official Champions Tour money list, the top 20 money leaders through the close of entries on June 5

Michael Allen Bernhard Langer Peter Senior
Jay Don Blake Tom Lehman Jeff Sluman
John Cook Rocco Mediate Esteban Toledo
David Frost Mark O’Meara Kirk Triplett
Fred Funk Tom Pernice Jr. Duffy Waldorf
Jay Haas Kenny Perry  
Kouki Idoki Gene Sauers  

Winners of Champions Tour co-sponsored events, excluding team events, whose victories are considered official, in the last two calendar years (2011-12) and during the current calendar year to the initiation of the U.S. Senior Open Championship

Michael Allen David Frost Corey Pavin
Jay Don Blake Fred Funk Kenny Perry
Mark Calcavecchia Bob Gilder  
Roger Chapman Jay Haas Loren Roberts
  John Huston Jeff Sluman
John Cook    
Fred Couples Bernhard Langer Kirk Triplett
Joe Daley Tom Lehman Tom Watson
Brad Faxon Mark McNulty Mark Wiebe
Dan Forsman Rocco Mediate Willie Wood

From the final 2012 official Senior PGA European Tour money list, the top six money winners

Roger Chapman Barry Lane Paul Wesselingh
Peter Fowler Tim Thelan Chris Williams

From the final 2012 official Japan Seniors Tour money list, the top two money winners

Kouki Idoki Joe Ozaki  

Winners of PGA Tour co-sponsored events, whose victories are considered official, in the last five calendar years (2008-12) and during the current calendar year to the initiation of the U.S. Senior Open Championship

Steve Lowery Rocco Mediate Kenny Perry

Any player in his first 10 years of age eligibility who has won the U.S. Open Championship

Steve Jones Jerry Pate Scott Simpson
Larry Nelson Corey Pavin  

Any player who has won a U.S. Open, U.S. Amateur, Masters Tournament, British Open, British Amateur or PGA Championship (one-time exemption)

Gary Wolstenholme    

Sectional qualifiers from Garden City (N.Y.) Country Club

Peter Busch Nelson Long Mark Mielke
Bruce Zabriski    

Sectional qualifiers from Mascoutin Golf Club in Berlin, Wis.

Robin Byrd Stan Utley  

Sectional qualifiers from Rope Rider in Cle Elum, Wash.

a-Tom Brandes a-Tom Hale  

Sectional qualifiers from High Point (N.C.) Country Club (Willow Creek Course)

David Eger Mikael Hogberg  

Sectional qualifiers from Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex (Kampen Course) in West Lafayette, Ind.

John Riegger David Carich  

Sectional qualifiers from Albuquerque (N.M.) Country Club

Jeffrey Roth    

Sectional qualifiers from Willamette Valley Country Club in Canby, Ore.

Bruce Stewart Kevin Coombs  

Sectional qualifiers from Daniel Island (S.C.) Club

a-Todd Hendley Bob Flanagan  

Sectional qualifiers from Dunedin (Fla.) Country Club

Rod Spittle Gene Jones Gary Koch

Sectional qualifiers from Flint (Mich.) Golf Club

Bruce Vaughan Steve Wells  

Sectional qualifiers from River Crest Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas

Joel Edwards Stacey Hart a-Sam Manning
Kirk Maynord    

Sectional qualifiers from Green Valley (Calif.) Country Club

Jeff Brehaut a-Jeff Wilson  

Sectional qualifiers from Ruth Lake Country Club in Hinsdale, Ill.

Bart Bryant Brian Henninger Steve Pate
Jerry Vidovic    

Sectional qualifiers from Wynlakes Golf & Country Club in Montgomery, Ala.

a-Tommy Brennan a-Emile Vaughan  

Sectional qualifiers from Quincy (Ill.) Country Club

Trevor Dodds Jeff Whitfield  

Sectional qualifiers from Corral de Tierra in Salinas, Calif.

a-Martin Verdegaal a-Gary Simoni Don Thames

Sectional qualifiers from Marsh Creek Country Club in St. Augustine, Fla.

a-George Roat Jeff Freeman David Ladd

Sectional qualifiers from Valley Brook Country Club in McMurray, Pa.

Dennis Dolci Roy Vucinich  

Sectional qualifiers from The Kittansett Club in Marion, Mass.

Mark Costaregni Andrew Morse a-Don Reycroft

Sectional qualifiers from Hillwood Country Club in Nashville, Tenn.

Jacob Ferenz Walt Chapman  

Sectional qualifiers from Arborlinks in Nebraska City, Neb.

a-Mark Elliott Steve Gotsche a-Darron Hughes

Sectional qualifiers from Miramont Country Club in Bryan, Texas

Ken McDonald a-Hunter Nelson Troy Schleicher

Sectional qualifiers from Musket Ridge Golf Club in Myersville, Md.

a-Matthew Sughrue a-Sean Knapp George Forster

Sectional qualifiers from Soule Park Golf Club in Ojai, Calif.

a-John Pate Vic Wilk  

Sectional qualifiers from The Federal Club in Glen Allen, Va.

a-Michael McCoy a-George Zahringer  

Sectional qualifiers from Honolulu (Hawaii) Country Club

Kevin Hayashi Kirk Nelson  

Sectional qualifiers from Crystalaire Country Club in Llano, Calif.

J.K. Kim a-James Camaione  

Sectional qualifiers from The Legacy Golf & Tennis Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Michael San Filippo Peter Horrobin  

Sectional qualifiers from The Broadmoor Golf Club (West Course) in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Bill Loeffler Doug Rohrbaugh a-Matt Hall

Sectional qualifiers from Worthington Hills Country Club in Columbus, Ohio

a-John Gagai Lee Houtteman  

Sectional qualifiers from The Standard Club in Johns Creek, Ga.

a-Jeff Belk Craig Stevens a-Jack Hall
Mike Hulbert    

Sectional qualifiers from Bernardo Heights Country Club in San Diego, Calif.

Jeff Hart Bruce Nakamura Kym Olsen

Sectional qualifiers from Encanterra Country Club in San Tan, Ariz.

Greg Bruckner Jim Carter a-Jeff New

Sectional qualifiers from Spring Hill Golf Club in Wayzata, Minn.

William Israelson Jim Sobb  
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