U.S. Senior Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2013


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Peter Busch - WESTFIELD, N.J.
68
Nelson Long - BEDFORD, N.Y.
70
Mark Mielke - EAST NORWICH, N.Y.
70
Bruce Zabriski - JUPITER, FLA.
70
A - Ronald Vannelli(a) - EDISON, N.J.
71
A - Fran Marrello - PLYMOUTH, CONN.
71

Robin Byrd - SATELLITE BEACH, FLA.
68
Stan Utley - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
69
A - Eddie Terasa - WAUKESHA, WIS.
70
A - Robert Gregorski(a) - MENASHA, WIS.
71

Tom Brandes(a) - BELLEVUE, WASH.
69
Tom Hale(a) - LAKEWOOD, WASH.
70
A - Norm Jarvis - CANADA
71
A - Keith Crimp(a) - ELLENSBURG, WASH.
71

David Eger - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
67
Mikael Hogberg - GREENSBORO, N.C.
68
A - John Inman - DURHAM, N.C.
68
A - Rick Morton - JACKSONVILLE, N.C.
70

John Riegger - HENDERSON, NEV.
67
David Carich - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
68
A - Quinn Griffing - FORT WAYNE, IND.
69
A - Brian Fogt - WILDWOOD, MO.
70

Jeffrey Roth - FARMINGTON, N.M.
68
A - Mac McGee(a) - MIDLAND, TEXAS
68
A - John Ward - DENVER, COLO.
69

Bruce Stewart - MOLALLA, ORE.
70
A - Kevin Coombs - CAMAS, WASH.
71
A - Randall Mahar(a) - PORTLAND, ORE.
71

Todd Hendley(a) - GREER, S.C.
72
Bob Flanagan - LAWRENCEVILLE, GA.
73
A - Bill Calfee(a) - PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA.
73
A - Andy Gianoukos(a) - CHARLESTON, S.C.
74

Rod Spittle - CANADA
69
Gene Jones - ORLANDO, FLA.
70
Gary Koch - TAMPA, FLA.
70
A - Tim Balmer - FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
70
A - Thomas Dawson - PLANT CITY, FLA.
70

Bruce Vaughan - HUTCHINSON, KAN.
70
Steve Wells - NILES, MICH.
70
A - Chuck Pohl - TRAVERSE CITY, MICH.
70
A - Keir Smith - CANADA
70

Joel Edwards - IRVING, TEXAS
71
Stacey Hart - LITTLETON, COLO.
71
Sam Manning(a) - DALLAS, TEXAS
71
Kirk Maynord - MIDWEST CITY, OKLA.
71
A - Jim Quinn(a) - ARLINGTON, TEXAS
71
A - Jamie Elliott - COPPELL, TEXAS
72

Jeff Brehaut - LOS ALTOS, CALIF.
69
Jeff Wilson(a) - FAIRFIELD, CALIF.
69
A - Don Levin - ELK GROVE, CALIF.
70
A - Dan Bieber(a) - ALAMO, CALIF.
70

Bart Bryant - WINTER GARDEN, FLA.
65
Brian Henninger - PORTLAND, ORE.
67
Steve Pate - WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CALIF.
69
A - Jerry Vidovic - BLUE ISLAND, ILL.
69
A - William Boockford(a) - GLEN ELLYN, ILL.
71

Tommy Brennan(a) - COVINGTON, LA.
69
Emile Vaughan(a) - PIKE ROAD, ALA.
69
A - Zess Willis - MONTGOMERY, ALA.
70
A - Chick Berry - ALPHARETTA, GA.
70

Trevor Dodds - CHESTERFIELD, MO.
70
A - Jeff Whitfield - WELDON SPRING, MO.
70
A - Stephen Lotz - ST. LOUIS, MO.
71

Martin Verdegaal(a) - HANFORD, CALIF.
69
Gerry Simoni(a) - VISTA, CALIF.
70
A - Don Thames - RANCHO MURIETA, CALIF.
71
A - Tommy Masters - FRESNO, CALIF.
71

George Roat(a) - WINDERMERE, FLA.
70
Jeff Freeman - WINDERMERE, FLA.
72
A - David Ladd - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA.
73
A - Bret Burroughs - ORLANDO, FLA.
73

Dennis Dolci - SHARON, PA.
68
A - Roy Vucinich - MOON TOWNSHIP, PA.
71
A - Bob Ford - OAKMONT, PA.
72

Mark Costaregni - MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
71
Andrew Morse - W ROXBURY, MASS.
73
A - Don Reycroft(a) - NORFOLK, MASS.
73
A - Brian Secia(a) - NANTUCKET, MASS.
73

Jacob Ferenz - SIMPSONVILLE, S.C.
69
Walt Chapman - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
73
A - Mike Nixon(a) - NASHVILLE, TENN.
73
A - Brad Zeitner - COLUMBUS, OHIO
73

Mark Elliott(a) - TOPEKA, KAN.
73
Steve Gotsche - GREAT BEND, KAN.
73
Darron Hughes(a) - STILLWATER, OKLA.
74
A - Jim White - LINCOLN, NEB.
75
A - David Evans(a) - OMAHA, NEB.
75

Ken McDonald - HOUSTON, TEXAS
72
Hunter Nelson(a) - HOUSTON, TEXAS
72
Troy Schleicher - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
72
A - Mike Allen(a) - AUSTIN, TEXAS
72
A - Ron Schroeder - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
72

Matthew Sughrue(a) - ARLINGTON, VA.
66
Sean Knapp(a) - OAKMONT, PA.
69
George Forster - VILLANOVA, PA.
70
A - Rob Shuey - MECHANICSBURG, PA.
70
A - Patrick Tallent(a) - VIENNA, VA.
70

John Pate(a) - SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
68
Vic Wilk - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
68
A - Jon Fiedler - CAMARILLO, CALIF.
68
A - Zeke Preciado Martinez - SYLMAR, CALIF.
69

Michael McCoy(a) - WEST DES MOINES, IOWA
70
George Zahringer(a) - NEW YORK, N.Y.
70
A - Doug Reed - NAPLES, FLA.
73
A - Gustav Ulrich - WHISPERING PINES, N.C.
73

Kevin Hayashi - HILO, HAWAII
71
A - Kirk Nelson - KIHEI, HAWAII
71
A - David Ishii - AIEA, HAWAII
73

J. K. Kim - LANCASTER, CALIF.
68
James Camaione(a) - UPLAND, CALIF.
69
A - Scott Masingill - PAYETTE, IDAHO
70
A - Wes Weston - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
70

Michael San Filippo - HOBE SOUND, FLA.
68
Peter Horrobin - MIAMI, FLA.
71
A - Clark Burroughs - WATERLOO, IOWA
71
A - Peter Oakley - PALM CITY, FLA.
72

Bill Loeffler - CASTLE ROCK, COLO.
72
Doug Rohrbaugh - CARBONDALE, COLO.
72
A - Matt Hall(a) - GRAND JUNCTION, COLO.
73
A - Mike Northern - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
73

John Gagai(a) - IRONTON, OHIO
67
Lee Houtteman - GLEN ARBOR, MICH.
68
A - Larry King - TRENTON, OHIO
72
A - Albert Baumann(a) - FREMONT, OHIO
73

Jeff Belk(a) - MARIETTA, GA.
68
Craig Stevens - DALLAS, GA.
68
Jack Hall(a) - SEA ISLAND, GA.
70
Mike Hulbert - ORLANDO, FLA.
70
A - Al Jernigan - GRAY, GA.
71
A - Rick Lewallen - KANNAPOLIS, N.C.
71

Jeff Hart - SOLANA BEACH, CALIF.
68
Bruce Nakamura - VISTA, CALIF.
69
A - Kym Olsen - AUSTRALIA
70
A - John Burckle - SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF.
70

Greg Bruckner - MANHATTAN BEACH, CALIF.
68
Jim Carter - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
68
Jeff New(a) - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
70
A - Danny Edwards - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
71
A - Ronald Black - TUCSON, ARIZ.
72

William Israelson - STAPLES, MINN.
72
Jim Sobb - BARRINGTON, ILL.
74
A - Jerry Rose(a) - SARASOTA, FLA.
75
A - Pat Smith(a) - MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
76
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