2018 U.S. Senior Open: The Field So FarUpdated June 22, 2018

Past champion Bernhard Langer is exempt for the 39th U.S. Senior Open in multiple categories. (USGA/Jeff Haynes)

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Below is a list of players who are exempt into the 39th U.S. Senior Open Championship, which will be contested at The Broadmoor, in Colorado Springs, Colo., June 28-July 1.
 

  • Winners of the U.S. Senior Open Championship the last 10 years (2008-17)

Olin Browne
Fred Funk
Bernhard Langer
Kenny Perry
Colin Montgomerie
Jeff Maggert
Gene Sauers

  • Winners of the U.S. Senior Open Championship since 2010 who have not yet reached their 66th birthday on or before July 1, 2018

Olin Browne
Bernhard Langer
Colin Montgomerie
Roger Chapman
Jeff Maggert
Kenny Perry
Gene Sauers

  • Winners of the U.S. Senior Open Championship from 1980-2009

Brad Bryant
Fred Funk
Hale Irwin
Peter Jacobsen

  • Winners of the Senior PGA Championship the last 10 years (2009-18)

Michael Allen
Tom Lehman
Roger Chapman
Colin Montgomerie
Rocco Mediate
Bernhard Langer
Paul Broadhurst

  • Winners of the Senior Open Championship conducted by The R&A in collaboration with the Staysure Tour from 2013-17

Bernhard Langer
Marco Dawson
Paul Broadhurst

  • From the 2017 U.S. Senior Open Championship, the lowest 15 scorers and anyone tying for 15th place

Michael Allen
Stephen Ames
Lee Janzen
Brandt Jobe
Paul Broadhurst
Olin Browne
Fred Couples
Glen Day
Joe Durant
Doug Garwood
Jerry Kelly
Tom Lehman
Kenny Perry
Vijay Singh
Jeff Sluman
Kirk Triplett
Scott Verplank

  • From the 2017 U.S. Senior Open  Championship, the amateur returning the lowest 72-hole score (must be an amateur)

Robby Funk

  • From the 2017 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship, the winner and runner-up (must be an amateur)

Sean Knapp
Paul Simson

  • Playing members from the 2015 & 2017 USA Walker Cup and 2014 & 2016 USA Men’s World Amateur Teams (must be an amateur)

Michael McCoy

  • Playing members of the five most current United States and European Ryder Cup, and United States and World Presidents’ Cup Teams

Miguel Angel Jimenez
Kenny Perry
Vijay Singh

  • Those players who qualified for the 2017 PGA Tour Champions season-ending Championship

Stephen Ames
Billy Andrade
Tommy Armour III
Paul Broadhurst
Fred Couples
John Daly
Marco Dawson
Glen Day
Scott Dunlap
Joe Durant
David Frost
Fred Funk
Doug Garwood
Paul Goydos
Lee Janzen
Miguel Angel Jimenez
Brandt Jobe
Jerry Kelly
Bernhard Langer
Tom Lehman
Billy Mayfair
Scott McCarron
Colin Montgomerie
Scott Parel
Corey Pavin
Kenny Perry
Gene Sauers
Wes Short, Jr.
Vijay Singh
Jeff Sluman
Jerry Smith
Kevin Sutherland
David Toms
Kirk Triplett
Scott Verplank
Duffy Waldorf

  • Winners of PGA Tour Champions co-sponsored events, excluding team events, whose victories are considered official, in the last two calendar years (2016-17) and during the current calendar year to the initiation of the 2018 U.S. Senior Open Championship

Duffy Waldorf
Esteban Toledo
Bernhard Langer
Woody Austin
Miguel Angel Jimenez
Jesper Parnevik
Rocco Mediate
Scott McCarron
Kirk Triplett
Paul Goydos
Paul Broadhurst
Joe Durant
Carlos Franco
Colin Montgomerie
Jay Haas
Doug Garwood
Tom Pernice Jr.
Fred Couples
Tom Lehman
Stephen Ames
John Daly
Brandt Jobe
Jerry Kelly
Scott Parel
Mark Calcavecchia
Vijay Singh
Steve Flesch

  • From the 2017 final Staysure Tour money list, the top six money winners

Clark Dennis
Chris Williams
Peter Fowler
Philip Golding
Magnus Atlevi
Paul Broadhurst

  • From the final 2017 official Japan Seniors Tour money list, the top two money winners

Prayad Marksaeng
Tsuyoshi Yoneyama

  • Winners of PGA Tour co-sponsored events, whose victories are considered official, in the last five calendar years (2013-17) and during the current calendar year to the initiation of the 2018 U.S. Senior Open Championship

Woody Austin
Davis Love III

  • Any player in his first 10 years of age eligibility who has won the U.S. Open Championship

Lee Janzen
Corey Pavin

  • Any player in his first year of eligibility who has won a U.S. Amateur, Masters Tournament, Open Championship conducted by The R&A, Amateur Championship conducted by The R&A or PGA Championship

Chris Patton

  • From the Champions Tour all-time money list, the top 40 money leaders at the close of entries
Vijay Singh
Davis Love III
David Toms
Kenny Perry
Bernhard Langer
Fred Funk
Hale Irwin
Fred Couples
Tom Lehman
Jay Haas
Jerry Kelly
Mark Calcavecchia
Jeff Sluman
Scott Verplank
Loren Roberts
Tom Kite
Gil Morgan
John Cook
Jeff Maggert
Mark O'Meara
Scott Hoch

Tom Pernice Jr.
Stephen Ames
Billy Mayfair
Bob Estes
Corey Pavin
Kirk Triplett
Kevin Sutherland
Woody Austin
Rocco Mediate
Joe Durant
Steve Flesch
Lee Janzen
David Frost
 
  • Those earning spots in the field via sectional qualifying

Todd Bailey
Don Bell
Steve Blake
Roy Biancala
Tim Bogue
Guy Boros
Andre Bossert
Craig Bowden
Bill Breen
Brian Cairns
James Camaione (a)
David Carr 
Tim Conley
Brian Cooper
Peter Detemple (a)
Ian Doig
Tim Dunlavey (a)
Eric Egloff
Jamie Elliott
Jacob Ferenz
Brian Ferris (a)
Mike Finster (a)
Bob Ford
Bobby Gage
Jeff Gallagher
Mike Genovese
Robert Gilder
Jamie Gomez
Rodolfo Gonzalez
Jack Hall (a)
Todd Hamilton
Robert Harrington (a)
William Harvey
Tim Hogarth (a)
Mikael Hogberg
Stu Ingraham
John Inman
Philip Jonas
Kent Jones
Chris Johnson
Chris Kaufman
Barry Lane
Steve Larick
Jack Larkin (a)
Gary March
Miguel Angel Martin
Dennis Martin (a)
Len Mattiace
Scott McGihan (a)
Jim McGovern
Robby McWilliams (a)
Wayne Merich (a)
Mike Mitchell
Larry Mize
Brian Mogg
Bruce Nakamura
Gerry Norquist
Daniel Owen (a)
Deane Pappas
Jon Petersen
Tim Petrovic
Scott Pieri
Glenn Przybylski (a)
Doug Rohrbaugh
Jim Roy
Jarmo Sandelin
Jim Schuman
Stephen Sear (a)
Matt Seitz
Joey Sindelar
Sonny Skinner
Jerry Slagle (a)
John Smoltz (a)
Tommy Stankowski
Stan Souza
Ken Tanigawa
Rick Todd
Ricky Touma
Frank Vana (a)
Grant Waite
Mark Walker
Brad Wayment (a)
Tom Werkmeister
Kendal Yonomoto
Ned Zachar (a)