2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying - Memphis, Tenn.

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur

(a) William CauleyJacksonville, Fla.67-65-132
Sunghoon KangIrving, Texas67-65-132
Michael PutnamLakewood, Wash.64-69-133
Scott PiercyLas Vegas, Nev.67-66-133
Andres GonzalesOlympia, Wash.67-66-133
Fredrik JacobsonHobe Sound, Fla.67-67-134
Sergio GarciaCleveland, Ohio68-67-135
Brian GayWindemere, Fla.68-67-135
Chad CampbellAndrews, Texas66-69-135
Briny BairdPalm City, Fla.68-67-135
Failed To Qualify
(a) (A) Emiliano GrilloArgentina67-68-135
(A) Taggart RidingsRoanoke, Texas66-69-135
David HearnCanada66-69-135
Rich BeemAustin, Texas65-71-136
Tommy GaineyBishopville, S.C.67-69-136
Billy HorschelJacksonville Beach, Fla.66-70-136
Lee JanzenOrlando, Fla.70-66-136
William MackenzieJupiter, Fla.70-66-136
George McNeillFort Myers, Fla.67-69-136
Stephen AmesCanada70-67-137
Albert AustinDerby, Kan.70-67-137
John MerrickLong Beach, Calif.69-68-137
Zack MillerSan Rafael, Calif.66-71-137
Joe DurantPensacola, Fla.70-68-138
Robert StrebEdmond, Okla.68-70-138
Daniel SummerhaysFarmington, Utah67-71-138
Chris BarronNashville, Tenn.71-68-139
Michael ConnellHouston, Texas71-68-139
James DriscollJupiter, Fla.68-71-139
Bob EstesAustin, Texas71-68-139
Bobby GatesThe Woodlands, Texas67-72-139
Jeff QuinneyScottsdale, Ariz.68-71-139
Chris TidlandStillwater, Okla.68-71-139
(a) Austin CookJonesboro, Ark.66-74-140
Jonathan MooreChampions Gate, Fla.72-68-140
Jay WilliamsonSaint Louis, Mo.69-71-140
D J BrigmanAlbuquerque, N.M.71-70-141
John MallingerLong Beach, Calif.69-72-141
Jeffrey EscottSt. Louis, Mo.73-68-141
Aron PriceAustralia71-70-141
Scott GutschewskiProsper, Texas69-73-142
Ryan ThornberryCeres, Calif.67-75-142
Edward LoarDallas, Texas65-77-142
Martin PillerDallas, Texas70-73-143
Steven BowditchAustralia69-75-144
Chris DimarcoHeathrow, Fla.72-72-144
Scott McCarronLa Quinta, Calif.74-70-144
Andrew McLardySouth Africa73-71-144
Paul StankowskiFlower Mound, Texas68-77-145
Ron DellostrittoWethersfield, Conn.75-70-145
(a) William BrozovichAlbita Springs, La.71-75-146
Cameron BeckmanSan Antonio, Texas68-78-146
Chris ErwinSpring Hill, Tenn.72-74-146
(a) Cabe PrieskornTexarkana, Texas68-78-146
Mike SmallChampaign, Ill.72-74-146
(a) Michael BelcarHolland, Ohio74-73-147
(a) Drew KittlesonScottsdale, Ariz.79-71-150
(a) Kenny PigmanNorco, calif.75-78-153
Tyler BishopOmaha, Neb.77-78-155
Rushi OzaJuno Beach, Fla.82-75-157
Mack DukeLoxley, Ala.70-WD
Joe OgilvieAustin, Texas70-WD
Chris StroudHouston, Texas70-WD
Boo WeekleyJay, Fla.70-WD
(a) Lion KimLake Mary, Fla.72-WD
Matt SavageTallahassee, Fla.72-WD
Nathan GreenAustralia73-WD
Kevin KisnerAiken, S.C.73-WD
Dicky PrideTuscaloosa, Ala.73-WD
David MathisWake Forest, N.C.74-WD
Robert Ammon IIIUnion, Miss.74-WD
(a) Seth BlannBowling Green, Ky.76-WD
Jarrod LyleOrlando, Fla.76-WD
Robert NelsonAnchorage, Alaska80-WD
Jason GandyKnoxville, Tenn.83-WD
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