How 2014 U.S. Senior Open Field Qualified

A look at how the players qualified for the 2014 U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National.

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

Olin Browne Roger Chapman Bernhard Langer
Brad Bryant Fred Funk Kenny Perry
Peter Jacobsen    

Any winner of the U.S. Senior Open Championship since 2010 who has not yet reached his 66th birthday on or before July 13, 2014.

Olin Browne Roger Chapman  Bernhard Langer 
Kenny Perry     

Winners of the U.S. Senior Open Championship from 1980-2009.

Brad Bryant Dave Eichelberger Fred Funk
Hale Irwin Peter Jacobsen Larry Laoretti

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

Michael Allen Roger Chapman
Khoki Idoki Tom Lehman  

Winners of the Senior British Open the last four years. (2010-13)

Russ Cochran   Bernhard Langer

From the 2013 U.S. Senior Open Championship, the 15 lowest scores and anyone tying for 15th place.

Michael Allen Bart Bryant  
Steve Elkington Fred Funk Jeff Hart
Bernhard Langer Tom Lehman Rocco Mediate
Corey Pavin Kenny Perry Loren Roberts
Peter Senior Jeff Sluman Kirk Triplett
Duffy Waldorf Chris Williams  

From the 2013 U.S. Senior Open Championship, the amateur returning the lowest 72-hole score. (Must be an amateur)

a-Doug Hanzel    

From the 2013 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship, the winner and the runner-up.

a-Doug Hanzel a-Pat O'Donnell  

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

Woody Austin Vijay Singh
Scott Verplank Colin Montgomerie  

From the final 2013 official Champions Tour money list, the top 30 money leaders.

Michael Allen Bart Bryant Mark Calcavecchia
Russ Cochran John Cook  
Steve Elkington Dan Forsman David Frost
Fred Funk Rocco Mediate Mark O'Meara
Corey Pavin Tom Pernice Jr. Kenny Perry
John Riegger Gene Sauers Peter Senior
Bernhard Langer Tom Lehman
Scott Verplank Jeff Sluman  
Esteban Toledo Kirk Triplett Duffy Waldorf
Mark Wiebe    

From the Champions Tour all-time money list, the top 50 money leaders through the close of entries on May 28, 2014. (Must have filed an entry by May 28)

  Woody Austin Mark Calcavecchia
John Cook   Joe Durant
Steve Elkington Brad Faxon David Frost
Fred Funk Bob Gilder
Scott Hoch   Hale Irwin
Tom Kite Bernhard Langer Tom Lehman
Steve Lowery Jeff Maggert Rocco Mediate
Gil Morgan Mark O'Meara Corey Pavin
Tom Pernice Jr.   Loren Roberts
Joey Sindelar Vijay Singh Jeff Sluman
  Hal Sutton Kirk Triplett
Bob Tway Duffy Waldorf  

From the 2014 official Champions Tour money list, the top 20 money leaders through the close of entries on May 28, 2014.

Michael Allen Billy Andrade Olin Browne
Bart Bryant Mark Calcavecchia  
David Frost Bernhard Langer
Tom Lehman Jeff Maggert Rocco Mediate
Colin Montgomerie Steve Pate Tom Pernice Jr.
Kenny Perry Jeff Sluman Kirk Triplett
Duffy Waldorf    

Winners of Champions Tour co-sponsored events, excluding team events, whose victories are considered official, in the last two calendar years (2012-13) and during the current calendar year to the initiation of the 2014 U.S. Senior Open Championship.

Michael Allen Bart Bryant Mark Calcavecchia
Roger Chapman Russ Cochran John Cook
  Joe Daley Dan Forsman
David Frost Fred Funk Fred Couples
Khoki Idoki Bernhard Langer
Tom Lehman Jeff Maggert Rocco Mediate
Colin Montgomerie Corey Pavin Tom Pernice Jr.
Kenny Perry John Riegger Loren Roberts
  Esteban Toledo Kirk Triplett
Mark Wiebe Willie Wood  

From the final 2013 official Senior PGA European Tour money list, the top six money winners.

Peter Fowler Philip Golding Miguel Angel Martin
Steen Tinning Paul Wesselingh  

From the final 2013 official Japan Seniors Tour money list, the top two money winners.

Kiyoshi Murota Seiki Okuda  

Winners of PGA Tour co-sponsored events, whose victories are considered official, in the last five calendar years (2009-13) and during the current calendar year to the initiation of the 2014 U.S. Senior Open Championship.

Rocco Mediate    

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

Steve Jones Scott Simpson  

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

  Sam Randolph  

Special exemptions as selected by the USGA.

a-Michael McCoy Kevin Sutherland  

Sectional qualifiers from Florence (S.C.) Country Club

Jerry Haas Jim Ragland  

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

a-Patrick Brady Mikael Hogberg  

Sectional qualifiers from Timuquana Country Club in Jacksonville, Fla.

Mark Anderson Benjamin Bates Damon Green
Marco Dawson    

Sectional qualifiers from Goose Creek Golf Club in Mira Loma, Calif.

J.K. Kim Patrick Burke David Podas

Sectional qualifiers from Golfcrest Country Club in Pearland, Texas

Mike Standly Ron Schroeder David Lundstrom

Sectional qualifiers from Sewickley Heights Golf Club in Sewickley, Pa.

Mark Brooks Lonnie Nielsen Doug Garwood

Sectional qualifiers from Split Rail Golf Club in Aledo, Texas

Joel Edwards Rocky Walcher a-Mike Peck
a-Lewis Stephenson    

Sectional qualifiers from Alta Mesa Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz.

Danny Edwards Ronnie Black  

Sectional qualifiers from Village Links of Glen Ellyn (Ill.)

Wesley Short Jr. Jose Coceres Scott Dunlap
John Inman Tom Byrum Lance Tenbroeck
Bruce Vaughan    

Sectional qualifiers from Green Valley (Calif.) Country Club

a-Jeff Wilson Rob Boldt  

Sectional qualifiers from El Caballero Country Club in Tarzana, Calif.

Ron Skayhan a-Craig Steinberg  

Sectional qualifiers from Vista Valley Country Club in Vista, Calif.

Ted Norby Francisco Minoza Fred Hanover

Sectional qualifiers from Brickyard Crossing in Indianapolis, Ind.

Quinn Griffing Kevin Muir  

Sectional qualifiers from Scarsdale Golf Club in Hartsdale, N.Y.

Barry Lane Stu Blasius Frank Esposito
Charles Bolling    

Sectional qualifiers from Back Creek Golf Club in Middletown, Del.

Gerard Courville a-Roger Newsom John Dimarco

Sectional qualifiers from Tedesco Country Club in Marblehead, Mass.

Patrick Horgan Hendrik Buhrmann  

Sectional qualifiers from Indian Hills Country Club in Mission Hills, Kan.

a-Bryan Norton a-Joe Palmer  

Sectional qualifiers from Hillwood Country Club in Nashville, Tenn.

Bill Breen Jerry Smith  

Sectional qualifier from Creekside Golf Club in Salem, Ore.

Bruce Stewart Rob Gibbons  

Sectional qualifiers from Old Waverly Golf Club in West Point, Miss.

a-Thomas Brennan Bryan Askew  

Sectional qualifiers from Brookstone Golf & Country Club in Acworth, Ga.

James Mason Sonny Skinner Tim Parun

Sectional qualifiers from Fox Hollow Golf Course (Canyon/Meadow Course) in Lakewood, Colo.

Steve Schneiter Ron Vlosich  

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

Jerry Tucker a-Pete Williams Ken Martin

Sectional qualifiers from Turlock (Calif.) Golf & Country Club

Shawn McEntee Anthony Smith  

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

Bill Harvey Daniel Koesters  

Sectional qualifiers from Worthington Hills Country Club in Columbus, Ohio

Ty Roush Rod Spittle  

Sectional qualifiers from Canterwood Golf & Country Club in Gig Harbor, Wash.

Jeff Coston a-Tom Brandes  

Sectional qualifiers from Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii

a-Doug Williams David Ishii  

Sectional qualifiers from The Homestead (Cascades Course) in Hot Springs, Va.

Darrell Kestner Ricky Touma  

Sectional qualifiers from Country Club At The Legends in St. Louis, Mo.

a-Mark Gardiner J.C. Anderson  

Sectional qualifiers from Spring Meadows Country Club in Linden, Mich.

Dick Mast Bill Glasson  

Sectional qualifiers from Somerby Golf Club in Byron, Minn.

Craig Brischke John Harris  
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