U.S. Senior Open Sectional Qualifying Results


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


KERRY JOHNSTON - INDIO, CALIF.
72
A - RANDAL LEWIS(a) - ALMA, MICH.
72
A - BILL ZYLSTRA(a) - PLYMOUTH, MICH.
72

MO GUTTMAN - SARASOTA, FLA.
71
CHRIS LANGE(a) - BRYN MAWR, PA.
71
A - BRIAN ROTHAUS(a) - HUNTINGDON VALLEY, PA.
72
A - CHIP LUTZ(a) - READING, PA.
72

MIKE BARGE - CHANHASSEN, MINN.
66
JOHN HARRIS - EDINA, MINN.
67
A - KIRK HANEFELD - ACTON, MASS.
69
A - JOHN ANDERSON(a) - ANDOVER, MINN.
72

RONALD JOHNSON(a) - WALNUT CREEK, CALIF.
69
DAN BIEBER(a) - ALAMO, CALIF.
71
A - GARY MORTARA - CASTRO VALLEY, CALIF.
72
A - JIM LEY - SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
74

CHRIS TUCKER - FORT MILL, S.C.
70
DONALD CRUMP(a) - ATLANTA, GA.
71
RUSSELL DAVIS - ACWORTH, GA.
71
A - KARL SIMON(a) - LAWRENCEVILLE, GA.
72
A - BILLY SITTON - HOUSTON, TEXAS
72

AL WEINHOLD - PLACERVILLE, CALIF.
70
A - DON LEVIN - ELK GROVE, CALIF.
72
A - DONALD THAMES(a) - RANCHO MURIETA, CALIF.
72

TIM JACKSON(a) - GERMANTOWN, TENN.
67
A - EARLE BIDEZ(a) - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
69
A - STEVE GOLLIHER(a) - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
69

GRAHAM BANISTER - AUSTRALIA
69
JOHN HOWSON(a) - ENGLAND
69
A - GEORGE WASHBURN III(a) - FREDERICK, MD.
70
A - JOHN MCNANEY - CATONSVILLE, MD.
70

VICENTE FERNANDEZ - ARGENTINA
68
KENNY KNOX - MONTICELLO, FLA.
70
JERRY TUCKER - STUART, FLA.
70
ED HUMENIK - PALM CITY, FLA.
72
A - MICHAEL SMITH - TITUSVILLE, FLA.
72
A - RICK WOULFE(a) - FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
72

FULTON ALLEM - SANFORD, FLA.
65
KIM YOUNG - OVIEDO, FLA.
69
A - PAUL DANIELS - PORT ST LUCIE, FLA.
70
A - DENNIS MEYER - FORT MYERS, FLA.
72

GAR HAMILTON - CANADA
72
A - TONY KELLEY - HOLYOKE, MASS.
73
A - JIM SMITH(a) - ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.
75

ROBIN FREEMAN - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
67
KRIS BAXTER - DANA POINT, CALIF.
70
KEMP RICHARDSON(a) - LAGUNA NIGUEL, CALIF.
71
A - SCOTT MAHLBERG - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
71
A - THOMAS MCKEE(a) - CARLSBAD, CALIF.
71

MOUSE BRUNER - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
68
MICHAEL TURNER - SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF.
69
A - KARL STEWART(a) - HEMET, CALIF.
69
A - JIM RAZZETO - WESTCHESTER, CALIF.
71

MIKE BORICH - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
67
A - JOHN GRAHAM - IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO
70
A - ROY CHRISTENSEN - PROVO, UTAH
70

PAUL TRITTLER - CAVE CREEK, ARIZ.
71
A - BRIAN FOGT - ST LOUIS, MO.
72
A - DAVID LEVINE - BRIDGETON, MO.
72

LINDY MILLER - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
72
A - ROBERT RALSTON - LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
72
A - GRADY BRAME(a) - HAMMOND, LA.
72

CHIP BECK - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
70
JIM SOBB - BARRINGTON, ILL.
71
A - KEVIN MARION - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
72
A - PAUL WILLIAMSON(a) - HOLMEN, WIS.
72

SCOTT DAVIS - HURRICANE, W.VA.
67
JACOB FERENZ - VERO BEACH, FLA.
68
A - JOHN MORSE - MARSHALL, MICH.
69
A - BOB HAUER - CINCINNATI, OHIO
70

BRYAN NORTON(a) - MISSION HILLS, KAN.
71
A - JIM KANE - EDMOND, OKLA.
73
A - BILL BRAFFORD(a) - BROKEN ARROW, OKLA.
73

JEFF THOMSEN - BOISE, IDAHO
69
A - TOM CAREY - PORTLAND, ORE.
72
A - BRUCE STEWART - MOLALLA, ORE.
73

RONNIE BLACK - TUCSON, ARIZ.
71
JEFF DILLARD(a) - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
72
TRIP LONG(a) - WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS
72
A - STEVE BREWSTER(a) - TROPHY CLUB, TEXAS
72
A - RAFAEL ALARCON - MEXICO
73

BERT ATKINSON(a) - CHARLESTON, S.C.
64
JAVIER SANCHEZ - TUPELO, MISS.
65
A - STEVEN LIEBLER(a) - COLUMBIA, S.C.
65
A - MICHAEL DONALD - HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
66

SCOTT MORRIS - CARMEL, IND.
71
STEVE ROGERS(a) - BOWLING GREEN, KY.
71
RUSS COCHRAN - PADUCAH, KY.
72
A - QUINN GRIFFING - FORT WAYNE, IND.
72
A - RALPH LANDRUM - CRESTVIEW HILLS, KY.
73

JOHN WILSON - INDIAN WELLS, CALIF.
66
MARK JOHNSON - HELENDALE, CALIF.
69
A - FRANK ACKER(a) - HENDERSON, NEV.
70
A - PAT LAVERTY - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
70

LARRY MILLER - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
69
A - FRED HOLTON - MONTGOMERY, ALA.
70
A - STEVEN HUDSON(a) - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
70

KEVIN RAMSEY - LEESBURG, FLA.
71
A - STEVEN VERIATO - SAN MARCOS, TEXAS
71
A - HARRY RAMIREZ(a) - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
72

STEVE HASKINS - EL PASO, TEXAS
64
A - DANIEL KOESTERS - LAS CRUCES, N.M.
67
A - JACK SLAYTON - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
68

TOM BRANDES(a) - BELLEVUE, WASH.
68
JEFF COSTON - BLAINE, WASH.
69
A - SCOTT TAYLOR - MONROE, WASH.
70
A - BRADY EXBER(a) - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
73

GLENN SEXTON(a) - GREENSBORO, N.C.
70
STEPHEN SHARPE(a) - GREENSBORO, N.C.
70
A - PAUL SIMSON(a) - RALEIGH, N.C.
70
A - DANNY DANIELS(a) - KINGSLAND, GA.
70

NOBUMITSU YUHARA - JAPAN
68
A - DAVID ISHII - AIEA, HAWAII
69
A - GLENN TAMAGAWA - KAPAA, HAWAII
69

JON STANLEY - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
69
GREG HARMON - MESA, ARIZ.
71
A - WILLIAM DODD JR - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
71
A - MICHAEL NICOLETTE - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
71

JOHN MCGOUGH - ORANGE PARK, FLA.
67
DON REESE - DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.
71
A - KEN MARTIN - WELLINGTON, FLA.
71
A - JOHN TURK - MELBOURNE, FLA.
73

CHRIS PETHLEY(a) - NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
70
RANDY COCHRAN - STUART, FLA.
71
A - TOMMY ROBINSON(a) - GRAYSLAKE, ILL.
73
A - TERRY FLYNN(a) - LAGRANGE, ILL.
73

GLENN MULLIAN(a) - RICHMOND, VA.
68
A - JOHN ROSS - FREEMAN, W.VA.
69
A - ALLEN BARBER(a) - YORKTOWN, VA.
70

BOB KEARNEY(a) - HOUSTON, TEXAS
69
DAVID LUNDSTROM - VICTORIA, TEXAS
69
A - RON SCHROEDER - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
70
A - OWEN JOYNER(a) - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
70

RUSSELL CLARK - AURORA, COLO.
67
JOHN WARD - DENVER, COLO.
70
A - TOM WOODARD - DENVER, COLO.
71
A - KEN KRIEGER - CHEYENNE, WYO.
72

DONNIE HAMMOND - HEATHROW, FLA.
67
BOBBY HEINS - PURCHASE, N.Y.
67
BILL SAUTTER - WARRINGTON, PA.
68
STEVE THOMAS - TUPELO, MISS.
68
A - MIKE BURKE JR - TOWACO, N.J.
69
A - EDWARD WILLIAMS - ALLENTOWN, PA.
69

DENNIS WEBB(a) - BEAUMONT, TEXAS
74
A - JEFF DUNCAN(a) - CARSON CITY, NEV.
75
A - MICHAEL PAUL - RENO, NEV.
75

GERARD COURVILLE - WESTPORT, CONN.
70
DANIEL RUSSO(a) - HAGAMAN, N.Y.
71
CRAIG STECKOWYCH(a) - GREENLAND, N.H.
73
A - JOHN VACCARO(a) - ALBANY, N.Y.
73
A - DOUGLAS PARIGIAN(a) - LOWELL, MASS.
73

JIM WOODWARD - OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
65
A - CHRIS STARKJOHANN - CARDIFF BY THE SEA, CALIF.
68
A - ROD NUCKOLLS - WICHITA, KAN.
68

THOMAS HERZAN - FINDLAY, OHIO
67
A - JOHN RUSHNELL - CANADA
70
A - PHILIP AMBROSY - BENTLEYVILLE, PA.
70

CURT SCHNELL - MILFORD, IOWA
71
A - KEN SCHALL - CLIVE, IOWA
71
A - FRED MARVELLI(a) - NORWALK, IOWA
72
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