USGA Senior Amateur Qualifying Results - 2014


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Scott Edwards - ST LOUIS, MO.
73
Craig Hardcastle - ST. LOUIS, MO.
73
A - James Dunn - COLLINSVILLE, ILL.
73
A - Dee Sanders - COLUMBIA, MO.
74

Michael Hughett - OWASSO, OKLA.
72
A - Bob Sine - OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
73
A - Larry Reed - BARTLESVILLE, OKLA.
74

Robert Shelton - LAFAYETTE, LA.
71
A - Les Oneal - DENHAM SPRINGS, LA.
74
A - Randy Goff - ST FRANCISVILLE, LA.
75

Bryan Norton - MISSION HILLS, KAN.
71
Randy Vautravers - ANDOVER, KAN.
75
A - Eric Mork - WICHITA, KAN.
77
A - Edward Turner - RICHARDSON, TEXAS
77

Marcus Beck - TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
73
Neil Vanleeuwen - TARPON SPRINGS, FLA.
73
Ken Palladino - DUNEDIN, FLA.
74
A - David Tassell - JUPITER, FLA.
74
A - Doug Lacrosse - TAMPA, FLA.
74

John Lindholm - GRAND BLANC, MICH.
70
Mitch Wilson - PORTAGE, MICH.
70
Willard Richart - SALINE, MICH.
71
A - Raymond Emsley - DAVISBURG, MICH.
71
A - Bill Zylstra - DEARBORN HEIGHTS, MICH.
73

Ron Carter - MONTICELLO, IND.
73
A - Tom Norton - MUSCATINE, IOWA
74
A - David Waugh - DAVENPORT, IOWA
74

Alan Thielemann - WOODSTOCK, GA.
68
Chris Hall - MABLETON, GA.
69
Don Russell - ATLANTA, GA.
69
Don Marsh - ALPHARETTA, GA.
70
Jack Hall - SAVANNAH, GA.
71
Mark Nickerson - ROSWELL, GA.
71
Donny Phillips - SUWANEE, GA.
71
A - Richard Grote - KENNESAW, GA.
72
A - James Kiely - MILTON, GA.
72

James Gallagher - YORKTOWN, VA.
71
Skip Zobel - VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
71
A - William Nunnenkamp - BLUE RIDGE, VA.
71
A - Jeff Pederson - HAYMARKET, VA.
72

Mark Rallas - LEEBURG, VA.
66
Michael McCarthy - BETHESDA, MD.
71
Ben Brundred - POTOMAC, MD.
73
Scott Mayne - HARRISBURG, PA.
73
A - Bill Engel - ALEXANDRIA, VA.
73
A - Martin West - ROCKVILLE, MD.
73

Clive Kegel - LAHAINA, HAWAII
76
A - Jim Williams - ORINDA, CALIF.
76
A - Mick Asami - AZERBAIJAN
77

Bill Brammer - RANCHO SANTA FE, CALIF.
71
A - Gary Vanier - PLEASANT HILL, CALIF.
71
A - Russ Calkins - BOISE, IDAHO
74

Mike Cassell - HUDSON, OHIO
70
A - Thomas Hyland - MARLTON, N.J.
71
A - David Scamurra - WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y.
74

Jeff New - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
71
Bob Munoz - CHANDLER, ARIZ.
72
Thomas Beach - MARANA, ARIZ.
75
Rusty Brown - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
75
A - Mark Coward - PARADISE VALLEY, ARIZ.
76
A - Carl Juengst - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
76

Mike Root - OMAHA, NEB.
67
A - Mike Krumland - COLUMBUS, NEB.
70
A - John Sajevic - FREMONT, NEB.
71

Steven Poulson - NORTH SALT LAKE, UTAH
74
Patrick Murphy - PROVO, UTAH
75
A - Robert Bachman - FARMINGTON, UTAH
77
A - Warren Ashmann - LA QUINTA, CALIF.
77

Randall Mahar - PORTLAND, ORE.
68
Bill Hood - BEAVERTON, ORE.
71
A - Bob Harrington - PORTLAND, ORE.
72
A - Michael Kloenne - WEST LINN, ORE.
73

Tommy Reynolds - SIOUX FALLS, S.D.
71
A - Kent Spriggs - FARGO, N.D.
75
A - Pat Lockwood - BROOKINGS, S.D.
75

Trip Boinest - SHELBY, N.C.
69
Rick Cloninger - FORT MILL, S.C.
69
Gary Robinson - FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.
69
Kelly Miller - SOUTHERN PINES, N.C.
70
A - Bill Baker - RALEIGH, N.C.
70
A - Stephen Sharpe - GREENSBORO, N.C.
70

Harry Johnson - VAIL, COLO.
72
David Delich - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
73
John Hornbeck - SARATOGA, WYO.
73
A - Scott Sullivan - GRAND JUNCTION, COLO.
73
A - Kent Moore - CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLO.
74

Spike Smith - PINEHURST, N.C.
72
Roc Irey - FURLONG, PA.
74
Joseph Russo - SEWELL, N.J.
74
Christopher Clauson - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
75
Duke Delcher - BLUFFTON, S.C.
75
Allan Small - FLORHAM PARK, N.J.
75
A - Jerry Horton - WILMINGTON, N.C.
75
A - Jay Blumenfeld - PARSIPPANY, N.J.
75

Bruce Belcoure - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
72
Gary Carpendale - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
73
A - Steven Fink - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
73
A - Rich Morrison - MARANA, ARIZ.
73

Todd Hendley - GREER, S.C.
68
Gus Sylvan - COLUMBIA, S.C.
70
John Gibbs - AUGUSTA, GA.
72
Sean McAvoy - JOHNS ISLAND, S.C.
72
A - Bill Palmer - BLUFFTON, S.C.
73
A - Jim Wise - COLUMBIA, S.C.
73

Bev Hargraves - HELENA, ARK.
71
Bob Baker - LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
75
A - Frank Ramey - LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
76
A - Jim Horner - HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
76

Randy Haag - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
66
Conrad Nilmeier - FRESNO, CALIF.
69
Michael Staskus - LOS ALTOS, CALIF.
70
Jeff Burda - MODESTO, CALIF.
71
Bruce Hanavan - SAN ANSELMO, CALIF.
71
A - Frank Pieper - CARMEL, CALIF.
73
A - Kimble Cater - SALINAS, CALIF.
73

Emile Vaughan - PIKE ROAD, ALA.
68
Don Blanton - SELMA, ALA.
76
A - John Coles III - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
76
A - Steven Hudson - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
77

Rick Woulfe - FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
68
Peter Wegmann - FT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
71
A - Thomas Midtgaard - FORT MYERS, FLA.
72
A - Pete Williams - JUNO BEACH, FLA.
73

Craig Rumora - KATY, TEXAS
70
Eugenio Nava - MEXICO
71
Rick Turner - HOUSTON, TEXAS
71
A - Charlie Jabbia - BEAUMONT, TEXAS
72
A - Thomas E McGraw - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
72

David Nelson - RENO, NEV.
67
A - John Montross - RENO, NEV.
71
A - David Ujihara - BREA, CALIF.
72

Ted Zurkowski - CHICAGO, ILL.
71
Matthew Horwitch - NORTHBROOK, ILL.
74
Vance Antoniou - NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
75
Thomas Destefani - WESTERN SPRINGS, ILL.
75
Dave Ryan - TAYLORVILLE, ILL.
76
A - Danny Brown - BUFFALO GROVE, ILL.
76
A - Ken Larney - ORLAND PARK, ILL.
77

Kenneth Bakst - RIVERHEAD, N.Y.
69
A - Bill Hermanson - EAST LYME, CONN.
72
A - Michael Mercier - JUNO BEACH FLA, FLA.
72

Frank Dial - AUBURN, ALA.
69
James Stormont - ATLANTA, GA.
71
A - Mike Shelbourne - PADUCAH, KY.
73
A - Dennis Vaughn - GERMANTOWN, TENN.
74

Alan Fadel - TOLEDO, OHIO
73
Bill Argus - FORT WAYNE, IND.
74
A - John Barbour - E GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
78
A - Sam Till Jr - FORT WAYNE, IND.
78

Bob Bret - DALLAS, TEXAS
72
Mike Peck - IRVING, TEXAS
72
Jim Quinn - ARLINGTON, TEXAS
72
Jerry Hudgins - TYLER, TEXAS
73
A - Denny Alexander - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
74
A - Hollis Sullivan - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
74

William Hadden - MANCHESTER VILLAGE, VT.
71
Jack Kearney - PEACHTREE CITY, GA.
71
A - Craig Steckowych - GREENLAND, N.H.
72
A - Joe Walker - DENNIS, MASS.
72
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