2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying - Dallas, Texas

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


 
PlayerCountryScore
Michael SmithLafayette, La.69-64-133
Todd HamiltonWestlake, Texas67-68-135
Harrison FrazarDallas, Texas72-64-136
Greg ChalmersAustralia66-70-136
Failed To Qualify
(a) (A) Michael WhiteheadSugar Land, Texas68-68-136
(A) Justin LeonardDallas, Texas70-68-138
(a) James ByrneScotland66-72-138
Mark WalkerHurst, Texas69-69-138
(a) Morgan HoffmannWyckoff, N.J.68-71-139
(a) Jordan SpiethDallas, Texas71-68-139
Bill AllcornAbilene, Texas69-71-140
Anthony BroussardBeaumont, Texas66-74-140
Casey ClendenonHouston, Texas70-70-140
Martin MaritzBroken Arrow, Okla.69-71-140
(a) John PetersonFort Worth, Texas68-72-140
Fergal RaffertyIreland73-67-140
(a) Jordan RussellCollege Station, Texas71-69-140
Hudson JohnsonLongview, Texas66-75-141
Drew LethemOverland Park, Kan.68-73-141
Lance LopezMissouri City, Texas69-72-141
Scott PetersenParker, Colo.71-70-141
(a) Clark CollierEdmond, Okla.69-73-142
(a) Tim MadiganRio Rancho, N.M.72-70-142
Drew StoltzScottsdale, Ariz.73-69-142
Christopher WardMckinney, Texas71-71-142
(a) Cory WhitsettHouston, Texas74-68-142
Franklin CorpeningFort Worth, Texas71-72-143
Tim FlemingOklahoma City, Okla.71-72-143
(a) Payne GniewekTrenton, Mich.71-72-143
Jordan KrantzCanada72-71-143
(a) Andrew LoupeBaton Rouge, La.70-73-143
Jose ToledoGuatemala70-73-143
(a) Tyler WeworskiCarlsbad, Calif.69-75-144
Michael BoydTulsa, Okla.72-73-145
(a) Alex KangSan Diego, Calif.66-79-145
Tom KiteAustin, Texas75-70-145
Bob MayLas Vegas, Nev.70-75-145
Eric MooreSan Antonio, Texas67-78-145
Tyrone MordtSouth Africa70-75-145
Madalitso MuthiyaZambia73-72-145
Lee RhindMidland, Texas71-74-145
(a) Stephen CarneyTulsa, Okla.68-78-146
(a) Brad GehlCarmel, Ind.72-74-146
Harris GrahamDenton, Texas72-74-146
Grant NortonRancho Murieta, Calif.73-73-146
Brad OttFrisco, Texas73-73-146
(a) Rodolfo CazaubonMexico68-79-147
Ben LavergneMandeville, La.75-72-147
Robby OrmandAustin, Texas71-76-147
(a) Brian DwyerSouthlake, Texas72-76-148
Jerrett HamiltonRichardson, Texas69-79-148
Zach JohnsonFarmington, Utah73-75-148
(a) Clinton ShepardWest Monroe, La.72-76-148
Brian TankersleyDickson, Tenn.76-72-148
Trent WhitekillerSallisaw, Okla.73-75-148
(a) Coy BreenSan Antonio, Texas72-77-149
Andrew ConnellDenver, Colo.71-78-149
(a) David LeeHouston, Texas69-80-149
(a) Carlos OrtizMexico79-70-149
(a) Jon TroutmanOsawatomie, Kan.77-72-149
Blanton TessinLake Park, Ga.74-77-151
Troy LewisFort Worth, Texas78-74-152
Barry MilsteadCentennial, Colo.72-80-152
(a) Cody PaladinoKensington, Conn.78-77-155
(a) Luke SymonsAurora, Colo.73-82-155
James ChristiansonPark Falls, Wis.81-79-160
Andrew SteinhoferMadison, Wis.80-82-162
(a) Isaac IdsteinCanyon Lake, Texas82-81-163
Dustin MorrisCrosby, Texas70-WD
David StudebakerHutto, Texas75-WD
Kirk NelsonKihei, Hawaii76-WD
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