2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying - Ball Ground, Ga.

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur

Ryan NelsonDickinson, Texas66-66-132
(a) Brett PattersonMcminnville, Tenn.70-62-132
(a) Russell HenleyMacon, Ga.68-65-133
Jason DufnerAuburn, Ala.69-64-133
Failed To Qualify
(a) (A) Oliver SchniederjansPowder Springs, Ga.66-68-134
Jay McLuenForsyth, Ga.67-67-134
(a) Jason MillardMurfreesboro, Tenn.68-67-135
Andrew GeorgiouSouth Africa71-65-136
(a) John-Tyler GriffinWilson, N.C.69-68-137
Eddie LeeNew Zealand68-69-137
Ben PortieWestminster, Colo.68-69-137
Brent WitcherAtlanta, Ga.71-66-137
Blake AdamsEatonton, Ga.68-70-138
Nathan StameyCanton, N.C.72-66-138
Matt HughesDalton, Ga.68-71-139
Christopher JohnsonBrunswick, Ga.66-73-139
(a) Anders AlbertsonWoodstock, Ga.69-71-140
Dane BurkhartAiken, S.C.67-73-140
Will ClaxtonSwainsboro, Ga.72-68-140
Henrik SimonsenOoltewah, Tenn.74-66-140
Iain SteelMalaysia70-70-140
Paul CormackDavenport, Fla.70-71-141
(a) Mookie DemossDuluth, Ga.72-69-141
Bradley LongBirmingham, Ala.66-75-141
(a) Matt NagyBuena Vista, Ga.71-70-141
Marcello SantiItaly70-71-141
(a) Kyle ScottTallapoosa, Ga.69-72-141
(a) Hudson SwaffordTallahassee, Fla.70-71-141
Richard ToddSaint Simons Island, Ga.69-72-141
(a) Michael CromieCary, N.C.75-67-142
Chris EppersonHilton Head Island, S.C.71-71-142
(a) Jeff KarlssonKennesaw, Ga.71-71-142
(a) James WhiteAcworth, Ga.70-72-142
Craig LileSouth Africa71-72-143
Noah GoldmanBirmingham, Ala.73-71-144
Matthew SwanMontgomery, Ala.72-72-144
(a) Brian CarterAugusta, Ga.78-69-147
Scott MastersKnoxville, Tenn.75-72-147
Hamilton WheelerRussellville, Ky.76-73-149
Joseph O'BrienMinneapolis, Minn.78-72-150
Tobin SpectorWaterville, Maine73-78-151
David RogersBluffton, S.C.74-78-152
(a) Cameron SimmonsAcworth, Ga.76-78-154
(a) Zach DuceyNew London, N.C.81-75-156
Andrew SteltenDurham, N.C.77-80-157
Glenn NorthcuttDothan, Ala.75-WD
(a) Michael JohnsonHoover, Ala.76-WD
Kris BlanksJupiter, Fla.WD
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