U.S. Senior Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2011


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Robert Proben - DETROIT, MICH.
69
Damon Green - KISSIMMEE, FLA.
70
A - Steven Schaff - GAINESVILLE, FLA.
70
A - Edmund Sanford - BRADENTON, FLA.
71

Robert Gibbons - MOLALLA, ORE.
69
A - Jeff Thomsen - BOISE, IDAHO
73
A - Scott Krieger - PORTLAND, ORE.
74

Chris Endres - ANTHEM, ARIZ.
68
A - Henry Skinner - SYLVESTER, GA.
70
A - Tom Waitrovich - WESTLAKE, OHIO
71

Ron Vlosich - LAKEWOOD, COLO.
67
Russ Clark - DENVER, COLO.
68
A - Michael Zaremba - PUEBLO WEST, COLO.
69
A - Bill Loeffler - CASTLE ROCK, COLO.
69

John Wallrich - SHEBOYGAN, WIS.
73
Eddie Terasa - WAUKESHA, WIS.
74
A - John Wittkowske(a) - SHOREWOOD, WIS.
75
A - Jack Gaudion - WALES, WIS.
75

Bill Barnes(a) - CARMEL, IND.
69
Donald Pollard - WEST PORTSMOUTH, OHIO
69
Ron Carter(a) - MONTICELLO, IND.
70
A - Gary Robison - CANTON, OHIO
72
A - Jim Karr - PALM BEACH, FLA.
72

John Harris - MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
71
A - Jay Norman - WHITE BEAR LAKE, MINN.
72
A - Anthony Grimes - GOLD CANYON, ARIZ.
74

Jeffrey Roth - FARMINGTON, N.M.
67
A - Dal Daily - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
71
A - Jack Slayton - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
74

Vance Antoniou(a) - NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
69
Curtis Skinner(a) - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
69
Kevin Marion - LAKE FOREST, ILL.
70
A - Doug Bauman - CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL.
71
A - William Rosinia - AFGHANISTAN
71

Dick Anderson(a) - BLUFFTON, S.C.
70
Harry Taylor - OLD HICKORY, TENN.
70
A - Jeff Golliher(a) - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
70
A - Steve Golliher(a) - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
71

Matt Seitz - HUTCHINSON, KAN.
71
A - Rob Wilkin - LENEXA, KAN.
71
A - George Plassmann - OLATHE, KAN.
71

Jim McNelis(a) - GIG HARBOR, WASH.
72
Thomas Sovay - MUKILTEO, WASH.
72
A - Robert Burton(a) - EVERETT, WASH.
73
A - Jim Empey - BOISE, IDAHO
74

Nobumitsu Yuhara - JAPAN
72
A - Casey Nakama - HONOLULU, HAWAII
73
A - David Ishii - AIEA, HAWAII
73

John Skeadas(a) - SAVANNAH, GA.
68
A - Tommy Brannen - AUGUSTA, GA.
68
A - Tripp Kuhlke(a) - AUGUSTA, GA.
69

Steven Hudson(a) - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
67
A - Reed Hughes - SENATOBIA, MISS.
69
A - C H Berry - DULUTH, GA.
70

Randy Haag(a) - ORINDA, CALIF.
70
Dave Baskins(a) - SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
71
A - Frank Apodaca - SAN JOSE, CALIF.
71
A - Steven Fochs(a) - YUBA CITY, CALIF.
72

Gary Sowinski - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
68
Vic Wilk - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
68
Jeff Hart - SOLANA BEACH, CALIF.
69
A - Tze Chung Chen - CHINESE TAIPEI
70
A - Keith Rogers - COVINA, CALIF.
70

Tim Walton - KETTERING, OHIO
70
Charles Pasco - BEVERLY HILLS, MICH.
72
A - Randal Lewis(a) - ALMA, MICH.
73
A - Ian Harris(a) - BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH.
73

Michael San Filippo - HOBE SOUND, FLA.
71
Adam Adams - COCONUT CREEK, FLA.
72
A - Pete Williams(a) - JUNO BEACH, FLA.
72
A - Bill May - FT MYERS, FLA.
72

John Grace(a) - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
69
John Adams - PARIS, TEXAS
70
Vern Spurlock(a) - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
70
Jim Woodward - OKLAHOMA, OKLA.
70
A - Lindy Miller - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
71
A - Andrew Braun - TROPHY CLUB, TEXAS
72

John McGough - NEW ORLEANS, LA.
69
James Chancey - KISSIMMEE, FLA.
70
A - Don Reese - DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.
70
A - David Thompson - CRESTVIEW, FLA.
71

Mike Franko - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
66
Mike Nicolette - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
66
A - Jon Chaffee - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
69
A - Jay McGrath - TUCSON, ARIZ.
71

Rick Cloninger(a) - FORT MILL, S.C.
66
Bubba Aughtry(a) - CONCORD, N.C.
68
Mikael Hogberg - GREENSBORO, N.C.
68
A - Keith Waters(a) - RALEIGH, N.C.
68
A - Redell Miller - DURHAM, N.C.
69

John Paesani - MANSFIELD, CONN.
68
Steve Pate - NORTH RANCH, CALIF.
68
Willie Wood - EDMOND, OKLA.
68
Trevor Dodds - ST LOUIS, MO.
69
James Rutledge - CANADA
69
A - Ronnie Black - TUCSON, ARIZ.
69
A - Mike Hulbert - ORLANDO, FLA.
69

Tony Green(a) - KINGSPORT, TENN.
70
Douglas Hanzel(a) - SAVANNAH, GA.
70
David Maddox(a) - MCDONOUGH, GA.
70
A - Mark Jordan - SWAINSBORO, GA.
71
A - Brad Britton - FOUNTAIN HILLS, ARIZ.
71

Hunter Nelson(a) - HOUSTON, TEXAS
67
Mike Allen(a) - AUSTIN, TEXAS
69
A - Ron Schroeder - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
70
A - Bruce Davidson - HOUSTON, TEXAS
71

Kim Dolan - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
69
Ron Stelten - PALM DESERT, CALIF.
72
A - Guy Livesay(a) - LA HABRA, CALIF.
74
A - David O'Flynn - CORONA, CALIF.
74

Dale Bouguennec(a) - PLEASANT HILL, CALIF.
70
Greg Galasso - SAN JOSE, CALIF.
70
A - Bob Burnett(a) - PIEDMONT, CALIF.
71
A - Darryl Donovan(a) - GILROY, CALIF.
71

Jon Fiedler - CAMARILLO, CALIF.
74
Douglas Pool(a) - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
75
A - Todd Yoshitake - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
75
A - Robert Lendzion - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
76

Jeff Whitfield - COLUMBIA, MO.
69
A - John Hayes - ST LOUIS, MO.
73
A - Michael Alsup(a) - TULSA, OKLA.
74

Jim Carter - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
68
Warren Jurkowitz - AVENTURA, FLA.
68
Allan Small(a) - FLORHAM PARK, N.J.
69
Bill Britton - RUMSON, N.J.
70
A - Jack Druga - SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y.
70
A - Joe Bostic - JUPITER, FLA.
70

Steven Liebler(a) - IRMO, S.C.
71
A - Bob Affelder - BERLIN, MD.
72
A - Jon Corliss - VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
73

Kirk Hanefeld - ACTON, MASS.
68
Frank Mellet - VOORHEESVILE, N.Y.
69
A - Jack Weeks(a) - MILTON, MASS.
70
A - Barry Cheesman - SARASOTA, FLA.
71

Dave Rummells - KISSIMMEE, FLA.
68
John Francisco - WESTMINSTER, MD.
71
Joe Viechnicki(a) - BETHLEHEM, PA.
72
A - Gary Daniels(a) - CENTER VALLEY, PA.
72
A - Dennis Winters - BISHOPVILLE, MD.
72

Jim Gallagher Jr - GREENWOOD, MISS.
71
Dave Ryan(a) - TAYLORVILLE, ILL.
72
A - Robert Gaus - ST LOUIS, MO.
72
A - Mark Faulkner - CARTERVILLE, ILL.
73
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