2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying - Bremerton, Wash.

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


PlayerCountryScore
(a) Chris WilliamsMoscow, Idaho70-68-138
Adam HadwinCanada68-71-139
Wes HeffernanCanada69-70-139
John EllisSan Jose, Calif.67-73-140
Failed To Qualify
(A) - Michael BlockAliso Viejo, Calif.69-72-141
(A) - Brian ProutyTucson, Ariz.71-71-142
Erick JustesenSacramento, Calif.71-71-142
Jason AllredScottsdale, Ariz.74-69-143
Matt HoffmanCanada71-72-143
(a) Charlie HughesCanada72-71-143
Jeff RangelMartinez, Calif.73-70-143
Derek BergKenmore, Wash.70-74-144
Matthew JohnstonCanada70-74-144
Brock MackenzieYakima, Wash.72-72-144
Clay OgdenFarmington, Utah72-72-144
Kris WasylowichCanada70-74-144
Brad FritschCanada74-71-145
Troy MerrittEagle, Idaho72-73-145
Corey PrughSpokane, Wash.74-71-145
Trey DentonMadison, Miss.77-69-146
Ryan YipCanada74-72-146
Dodge KemmerMountain View, Calif.73-74-147
(a) Nick SherwoodAlbany, Ore.73-74-147
(a) Nick EllisEast Wenatchee, Wash.73-75-148
Tim FeenstraIssaquah, Wash.75-73-148
Joshua HabigSan Diego, Calif.76-72-148
Tobias RosendahlSweden71-77-148
(a) Mike BarryMedford, Ore.74-75-149
J.C. AndersonO'Fallon, Mo.76-73-149
Creighton HoneckAustin, Texas71-78-149
(a) Kevin WentworthPatterson, Calif.70-79-149
Chan KimGilbert, Ariz.75-75-150
Daniel SahlCanada76-74-150
Cody SloverVisalia, Calif.77-73-150
Rob GrubeMenlo Park, Calif.75-76-151
Jarin ToddWoodinville, Wash.74-77-151
Jeff LaiSan Jose, Calif.73-80-153
(a) Kyle MossfeldtCanada76-77-153
(a) Sebastian CramptonPacific Grove, Calif.72-82-154
Chris DompierTucson, Ariz.81-73-154
(a) Tyler ParkerPortland, Ore.78-77-155
Luke PidgeonVancouver, Wash.75-80-155
Travis WhismanReno, Nev.77-78-155
(a) Sean PackerLake Tapps, Wash.77-79-156
Chad FribleyOre.75-81-156
(a) Sandy VaughanSeattle, Wash.82-77-159
Billy BomarAnchorage, Alaska75-WD
(a) Kyle HayashiWailuku, Hawaii82-WD
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