U.S. Senior Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2010


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


MARK BATTISTA(a) - RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.
68
JON FIEDLER - CAMARILLO, CALIF.
69
JEFF HART - SOLANA BEACH, CALIF.
70
A - JACK SPRADLIN - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
70
A - BOB RISCH - GLEN IVY, CALIF.
70

EDDIE TERASA - WAUKESHA, WIS.
66
STEVE KRAUSE - HALES CORNERS, WIS.
69
A - CHIP BECK - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
70
A - SHANE RAWLEY - SARASOTA, FLA.
71

DAN BIEBER(a) - ALAMO, CALIF.
68
ROBERT NIGER - EL DORADO HILLS, CALIF.
69
A - GREG GALASSO - SAN JOSE, CALIF.
70
A - JIM MCNELIS(a) - GIG HARBOR, WASH.
71

JEFF THOMSEN - BOISE, IDAHO
70
TOM BRANDES(a) - BELLEVUE, WASH.
72
A - GARY LINDEBLAD - SPOKANE, WASH.
74
A - JIM PIKE - SAMMAMISH, WASH.
74

PETE WILLIAMS(a) - JUNO BEACH, FLA.
68
TOM CLEAVER - BOCA RATON, FLA.
70
A - LOUIE BARTOLETTI - WELLINGTON, FLA.
70
A - JAMIE FORDYCE - PORT ST LUCIE, FLA.
70

CURT BYRUM - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
69
JAVIER SANCHEZ - FAYETTEVILLE, GA.
69
A - MARTIN WEST(a) - ROCKVILLE, MD.
69
A - TERRY BURKE - BETHESDA, MD.
69

JOHN ADAMS - PARIS, TEXAS
70
MIKE BOOKER(a) - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
71
A - PHIL PHINNY(a) - KINGWOOD, TEXAS
72
A - HUNTER NELSON(a) - HOUSTON, TEXAS
72

TREVOR DODDS - NAMIBIA
69
A - PAUL TRITTLER - CAVE CREEK, ARIZ.
69
A - ROBERT MEEH(a) - ST LOUIS, MO.
72

JOHN MORSE - MARSHALL, MICH.
70
DAVE BELL - CANADA
72
A - JOHN NOLAN JR - WARREN, MICH.
72
A - GREG REYNOLDS(a) - GRAND BLANC, MICH.
74

ROD NUCKOLLS - WICHITA, KAN.
66
A - PERRY ARTHUR - PLANO, TEXAS
67
A - JIM KANE - EDMOND, OKLA.
67

BOB FORD - OAKMONT, PA.
69
TIM WALTON - CENTERVILLE, OHIO
71
A - THOMAS HERZAN - FINDLAY, OHIO
72
A - JEFF STEINBERG - ZANESVILLE, OHIO
72

RICHARD PARKER JR - LEBANON, N.H.
65
JERRY COURVILLE - WESTPORT, CONN.
68
A - WILLIAM HADDEN(a) - MANCHESTER VILLAGE, VT.
69
A - JOHN VACCARO(a) - ALBANY, N.Y.
71

MARK JOHNSON - HELENDALE, CALIF.
70
PAT LAVERTY(r) - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
70
A - SCOTT MASINGILL - PAYETTE, IDAHO
71
A - JOHN WOODS - FORESTBURG, TEXAS
71

JAY NORMAN - WHITE BEAR LAKE, MINN.
72
A - STEVEN WHITTAKER(a) - BECKER, MINN.
72
A - MATT VANDELAC - W ST PAUL, MINN.
72

SCOTT SULLIVAN(a) - GRAND JUNCTION, COLO.
69
A - GARY MCCLURE - INDEPENDENCE, MO.
70
A - VERNON BENNETT(a) - LEAWOOD, KAN.
71

TOM BRYANT - NATCHEZ, MISS.
69
A - RICKY BECK - GENEVA, ALA.
73
A - RICHARD SMITH - DRESDEN, TENN.
74

JEFFREY ROTH - FARMINGTON, N.M.
71
A - STEVE MCDONALD - POTAWATOMI NATION, KAN.
73
A - MICHAEL QUINLAN(a) - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
75

MITCH ADAMS - CARY, N.C.
67
RICK LEWALLEN - KANNAPOLIS, N.C.
68
PAT THOMPSON(a) - ASHEVILLE, N.C.
68
A - BILL CLODFELTER(a) - PINEHURST, N.C.
69
A - RICK CLONINGER(a) - FORT MILL, S.C.
69

STEVEN HUDSON(a) - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
69
A - EMILE VAUGHAN(a) - MONTGOMERY, ALA.
71
A - MIKE GREER(a) - VERNON, ALA.
71

DAVID OGRIN - NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS
68
A - J L LEWIS - AUSTIN, TEXAS
70
A - RONALD KILBY(a) - MCALLEN, TEXAS
71

MARTIN RIFKIN(a) - FORT WAYNE, IND.
69
A - DAVE MASSEY(a) - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
72
A - MITCH WILSON(a) - KALAMAZOO, MICH.
72

JEFF KLEIN - SCOTTSBLUFF, NEB.
67
TIMOTHY MATTHEWS - SCOTTS, MICH.
69
A - RON VLOSICH - LAKEWOOD, COLO.
70
A - KENT MOORE(a) - GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO.
73

CASEY BOYNS(a) - PACIFIC GROVE, CALIF.
67
MICHAEL PAUL - RENO, NEV.
69
A - MICHAEL COOK - SONORA, CALIF.
70
A - VAN BATCHELDER - VINTON, CALIF.
70

THOMAS BRANNEN - AUGUSTA, GA.
70
JAMES STORMONT JR(a) - ATLANTA, GA.
70
MIKE LAWRENCE - EASLEY, S.C.
71
A - JACK HALL(a) - SEA ISLAND, GA.
71
A - DANNY YATES(a) - ATLANTA, GA.
71

KEN PALLADINO(a) - DUNEDIN, FLA.
70
ROD SPITTLE - CANADA
70
A - WILLIAM COPELAND - NEW PORT RICHEY, FLA.
70
A - FRED CURTIS - ST PETERSBURG, FLA.
70

JIM CHANCEY - KISSIMMEE, FLA.
70
PATRICK DIESU - MELBOURNE BEACH, FLA.
71
A - MIKE BEAVER - LAKELAND, FLA.
72
A - MIKE JONES - ORLANDO, FLA.
73

DIRK MAUST(a) - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
68
RALPH WEST - AVONDALE, ARIZ.
69
A - SOUTH SMITH - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
70
A - MICHAEL NICOLETTE - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
70

LINDY MILLER - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
68
STEVEN MORAN(a) - SEABROOK, TEXAS
69
STACEY HART - FT WORTH, TEXAS
70
A - LLOYD HUGHES(a) - DALLAS, TEXAS
70
A - SEAN MCAVOY(a) - SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS
70

JAMES MASON - DILLARD, GA.
66
NAOMICHI OZAKI - JAPAN
66
GARY HALLBERG - CASTLE ROCK, COLO.
68
MIKE HULBERT - ORLANDO, FLA.
68
MORRIS HATALSKY - PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA.
69
JIM ROY - SYRACUSE, N.Y.
70
A - JAMES RUTLEDGE - CANADA
71
A - FRED HOLTON - MONTGOMERY, ALA.
71

DOUG HARRIS(a) - FRANKLIN, TENN.
68
A - BJORN SVEDIN(a) - HENDERSONVILLE, TENN.
69
A - WILL BREWER - FRANKLIN, TENN.
70

LAWRENCE STUBBLEFIELD - KAILUA, HAWAII
71
A - NOBUMITSU YUHARA - JAPAN
72
A - STAN SOUZA - HONOLULU, HAWAII
73

DALE TALLON - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
73
RICK TEN BROECK(a) - CHICAGO, ILL.
74
TOMMY ROBINSON(a) - GRAYSLAKE, ILL.
75
A - RANDY NICHOLS(a) - BROOKVILLE, IND.
75
A - JERRY VIDOVIC - BLUE ISLAND, ILL.
75

JAMES FERGUSON(a) - HILTON HEAD, S.C.
71
A - DUKE DELCHER(a) - BLUFFTON, S.C.
72
A - STEVEN LIEBLER(a) - IRMO, S.C.
72

TIM PARUN - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
70
KIM DOLAN - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
71
A - SCOTT MAHLBERG - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
71
A - HOWARD KNODT(a) - CHULA VISTA, CALIF.
71

JERRY JOHNSON - OCEAN SHORES, WASH.
72
KEVIN KLIER(a) - COLBERT, WASH.
72
A - DARYL STUBBS - CANADA
73
A - SCOTT CRAVENS - REDMOND, ORE.
74

RON PTACEK - BOISE, IDAHO
73
A - DAVID CANNON(a) - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
73
A - STEVEN BORGET(a) - OREM, UTAH
74

MARK NICKEAS(a) - WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CALIF.
70
GARY SOWINSKI - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
72
A - STEVE LASS(a) - SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
72
A - JAMES BLAIR - OGDEN, UTAH
73

NED WEAVER - NEW CASTLE, PA.
69
A - MIKE FERNIE(a) - CANADA
70
A - JOHN AUBREY - BUTLER, PA.
70

MARK HOUSER - KINGSPORT, TENN.
69
A - KENNETH LACY - MULLENS, W.VA.
71
A - GARY LEROUX - ATTLEBORO, MD.
73

MIKE DIFFLEY - PELHAM MANOR, N.Y.
69
BILL BRITTON - RUMSON, N.J.
71
JOHN PAESANI - COLCHESTER, CONN.
72
A - DARRELL KESTNER - GLEN COVE, N.Y.
72
A - JAY BLUMENFELD(a) - PARSIPPANY, N.J.
72

MIKE DONALD - HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
67
BILL SAUTTER - WARRINGTON, PA.
69
CHRIS LANGE(a) - BRYN MAWR, PA.
70
A - GLENN SMERAGLIO(a) - NEWTOWN, PA.
71
A - BILL KING - SPRING LAKE, N.J.
71

TOM NORTON(a) - MUSCATINE, IOWA
72
A - JOHN ROSS - BRAMWELL, W.VA.
73
A - JAY SLINGS(a) - WILLIAMSBURG, IOWA
74
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