U.S. OPEN
Veterans, First-Timers Among Sectional Qualifying Success Stories June 9, 2015 | Far Hills, N.J. By USGA

Rich Berberian Jr., Jamie Lovemark, Pat Wilson and Lee Janzen were among the players to advance through sectional qualifying Monday. (USGA/Michael Cohen)

At the end of one of golf’s most thrilling – and longest – days of the year, 58 players advanced through 36-hole sectional qualifying rounds held at 10 sites around the country to earn spots in the 2015 U.S. Open field. The group includes two golfers with multiple U.S. Open titles as well as 15 amateurs.

For complete coverage, visit usopen.com, or follow any of the links below to access results, photos and a story recapping the events at each location.

Purchase, N.Y.; 71 players for 4 spots

Headliners: Two-time U.S. Open champion Lee Janzen (1993 and 1998) earned medalist honors at Old Oaks and Century Country Clubs; 2007 USA Walker Cup Team member Jamie Lovemark joined Pat Wilson and Rich Berberian Jr. in also earning spots. FULL COVERAGE

Rockville, Md.; 56 players for 3 spots

Headliners: Maryland residents Billy Hurley III and amateur Denny McCarthy were co-medalists at Woodmont Country Club, while Tim O’Neal defeated Joshua Persons in a playoff to gain the final spot. FULL COVERAGE

Ball Ground, Ga.; 42 players for 3 spots

Headliners: Amateur Matthew NeSmith shot rounds of 63 and 64 at Hawks Ridge Golf Club to card a 127, the lowest two-round total at any sectional qualifier. Fellow amateur Lee McCoy and PGA Tour player Roberto Castro also advanced, despite a late-round charge by Franco Castro – Roberto’s brother. FULL COVERAGE

Jupiter, Fla.; 70 players for 4 spots

Headliners: Former world No. 1 Luke Donald shared medalist honors with Andrew Pope and amateur Jack Maguire at The Bears Club. The final spot came down to a playoff between two amateurs, in which Sam Horsfield defeated Cristobal Del Solar on the second hole. FULL COVERAGE

Columbus, Ohio; 120 players for 15 spots

Headliners: Michael Putnam, who grew up not far from 2015 U.S. Open host site Chambers Bay, shot 68-64 to share medalist honors with Samuel Saunders at Brookside Golf & Country Club and The Lakes Golf & Country Club. Amateur and newly minted NCAA Division I individual champion Bryson DeChambeau (Southern Methodist University) also stood out in a  field stacked with PGA Tour players, grabbing one of the 15 U.S. Open spots with a 66-67. FULL COVERAGE

Springfield, Ohio; 67 players for 4 spots

Headliners: Michael Davan, of Hoopeston, Ill., took the medalist spot by carding rounds of 65 and 67 at Springfield Country Club. The relative unknown has just two career starts on the Web.com Tour. Tony Finau, Stephan Jaeger and amateur Nick Hardy also qualified. FULL COVERAGE

Memphis, Tenn.; 121 players for 10 spots

Headliners: Two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen fired a first-round 64 and then held on to qualify for his 17th career U.S. Open. Others to advance in the qualifier at Germantown and Ridgeway Country Clubs were PGA Tour winners Charlie Beljan, Brian Harman, Andres Romero and two-time U.S. Junior Amateur runner-up Davis Riley. FULL COVERAGE

Dallas, Texas; 78 players for 6 spots

Headliners: Mark Silvers was the medalist at Northwood Club thanks to rounds of 66-65. One stroke behind was 15-year-old Cole Hammer, of Houston, who became the third-youngest player to qualify for the U.S. Open. The other four spots available at the Texas qualifier went to Cody Gribble and Jason Allred, along with amateurs Matt Mabrey and Kyle Jones. FULL COVERAGE

Cle Elum, Wash.; 50 players for 3 spots

Headliners: Amateur Cheng-Tsung Pan fired off a pair of 69s at Tumble Creek Club, less than two hours away from Chambers Bay. Pan, who plays golf for University of Washington, was joined in qualifying by a pair of Washington alums: Troy Kelly and Richard Lee. FULL COVERAGE

Newport Beach, Calif.; 112 players for 6 spots

Headliners: Amateurs took three of the qualifying spots at Newport Beach Country Club, as Beau Hossler, Jake Knapp and Brian Campbell all advanced. Professional Kevin Lucas took medalist honors with a 9-under 134, while Alex Kim birdied his 36th hole to force a playoff, in which he defeated Josh Anderson. FULL COVERAGE