2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying - Glendale, Calif.

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


PlayerCountryScore
(a) Scott PinckneyScottsdale, Ariz.67-70-137
Matthew EdwardsLas Cruces, N.M.67-70-137
(a) Beau HosslerRncho Snta Margarita, Calif.67-71-138
(a) Steven IrwinArvada, Colo.67-71-138
Brian LockeLos Angeles, Calif.69-70-139
Failed To Qualify
(A) Jeffrey RothFarmington, N.M.69-70-139
(a) (A) Grant RappleyeElk Grove, Calif.74-65-139
Todd FischerLivermore, Calif.71-68-139
Kent EgerCanada69-71-140
Peter CampbellEncinitas, Calif.73-68-141
Dillon DoughertyWoodland, Calif.72-69-141
Brett KandaLa Crescenta, Calif.72-69-141
Joseph SummerhaysFarmington, Utah72-69-141
(a) Martin TrainerPalo Alto, Calif.70-72-142
Nathan TylerTucson, Ariz.72-70-142
Damian YiSanta Clarita, Calif.73-69-142
(a) Mark AnguianoWhittier, Calif.72-71-143
Brian GonzalesLakewood, Calif.73-70-143
(a) Maximilian GreilDana Point, Calif.68-75-143
Dan KupferCosta Mesa, Calif.73-70-143
Monte MontgomeryHenderson, Nev.71-72-143
(a) Jack PatonHillsborough, Calif.71-72-143
Charlie WiKorea70-73-143
John ChinTemecula, Calif.73-71-144
Jason PreeoHighlands Ranch, Colo.76-68-144
Justin ItzenPomona, Calif.70-75-145
(a) Nathan CelustaNewbury Park, Calif.74-71-145
Tommy MedinaThatcher, Ariz.70-75-145
Michael DrakeRiverside, Calif.75-71-146
(a) Ben GeyerArbuckle, Calif.75-71-146
Angelo QuePhilippines71-75-146
(a) Ben ScribnerHillsborough, Calif.75-71-146
John ColyarSaratoga, Calif.74-73-147
Barry ConserPhoenix, Ariz.74-73-147
(a) Daniel MiernickiSantee, Calif.78-69-147
(a) Nicolas PaezSan Bernardino, Calif.73-74-147
(a) Andrew PerezOxnard, Calif.74-73-147
(a) Andrew PutnamUniversity Place, Wash.71-76-147
Harry Rudolph IIILa Jolla, Calif.70-77-147
(a) Jake SarnoffManhattan Beach, Calif.72-75-147
Byron SmithPalm Desert, Calif.72-75-147
Mark SummervilleEscondido, Calif.73-74-147
(a) Andrew BieberShaker Heights, Ohio72-76-148
Scott ClaytonSan Bernardino, Calif.73-75-148
Jim EmpeyBoise, Idaho74-74-148
Christopher EvansShelton, Wash.75-73-148
Eric MeeksLas Vegas, Nev.73-76-149
Eric MeichtryMurrieta, Calif.76-73-149
(a) Eric MinaFremont, Calif.72-77-149
Isaac SanchezFolsom, Calif.73-76-149
(a) John CatlinCarmichael, Calif.72-78-150
(a) Stephen SearWashoe Valley, Nev.74-76-150
Nate WhitsonVentura, Calif.77-73-150
Jason BeachLos Alamitos, Calif.74-77-151
(a) Spencer FletcherLos Altos, Calif.74-77-151
(a) Peter LansburghElk Grove, Calif.80-71-151
(a) Kevin LimLong Beach, Calif.76-75-151
Greg BrucknerManhattan Beach, Calif.77-75-152
Jerry ChenRancho Cucamonga, Calif.74-78-152
David GamesYoungstown, Ohio76-76-152
(a) Max HomaValencia, Calif.70-82-152
(a) Pace JohnsonFresno, Calif.77-75-152
Ryan KeithSaugus, Calif.75-77-152
(a) John Young KimWalnut, Calif.76-76-152
(a) Jake KnappCosta Mesa, Calif.73-79-152
A J ShiffertVisalia, Calif.76-76-152
Rusty StilesFolsom, Calif.74-78-152
Joshua WoodingRiverside, Calif.75-77-152
(a) Brennan AmirkhiziEncino, Calif.74-79-153
Joseph KinneyAntioch, Ill.80-73-153
Jeff NicholsMesa, Ariz.78-75-153
Luke SwilorSandy, Utah75-78-153
Justin PittsBakersfield, Calif.74-80-154
Joey CitroGlendora, Calif.79-76-155
(a) Kevin DehuffCoto De Caza, Calif.79-76-155
(a) Brian KelleyMurrieta, Calif.76-79-155
Ryan UrsinyGrass Valley, Calif.73-82-155
John BuffaloPueblo, Colo.82-74-156
(a) Daniel LeeValencia, Calif.77-79-156
Andrew RauscherRiver Falls, Wis.76-80-156
Dino GiacomazziSeaside, Calif.81-76-157
Richard Hearden IIIGreen Bay, Wis.74-83-157
Andy MorenTurlock, Calif.78-79-157
Brett VibochMoraga, Calif.80-77-157
Gyles RobinEngland81-77-158
(a) Anthony MaccioliMesa, Ariz.79-81-160
Carlo BorundaRancho Sta Margarita, Calif.79-83-162
(a) J J SpaunLos Angeles, Calif.72-WD
(a) Steve LimLos Angeles73-WD
Charlie BeljanMesa, Ariz.75-WD
(a) Chris EllisSan Jose, Calif.75-WD
Ben FoxLos Angeles, Calif.75-WD
Stan MathewsStockton, Calif.78-WD
Mitch McDowellPortland, Ore.85-WD
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