2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying - Rockville, Md.

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


PlayerCountryScore
Kirk TriplettScottsdale, Ariz.69-64-133
Jon MillsCanada70-64-134
Fred FunkPonte Vedra, Fla.67-68-135
Elliot GealySalisbury, N.C.70-65-135
Michael Tobiason JrWilmington, Del.69-66-135
Ty TryonOrlando, Fla.71-64-135
Bubba DickersonHilliard, Fla.72-64-136
Christo GreylingOrlando, Fla.67-69-136
David MayAuburn, N.Y.68-68-136
Will WilcoxAshville, Ala.67-69-136
Failed To Qualify
(A) Brad AdamonisCumberland, R.I.66-71-137
(A) Drew WeaverSea Island, Ga.68-69-137
(a) Phillip ChoiOrlando, Fla.69-68-137
Travis HampshireGarrett, Ind.68-69-137
Peter MalnatiDandridge, Tenn.70-67-137
Rob OppenheimAndover, Mass.70-67-137
Kyle ThompsonGreer, S.C.65-72-137
Billy Hurley IIIAnnapolis, Md.70-68-138
(a) Harold Varner IIIGastonia, N.C.71-67-138
Richard BarceloTucson, Ariz.69-70-139
Jeff GoveSan Diego, Calif.69-70-139
Junhak LeeKorea73-66-139
Roland ThatcherThe Woodlands, Texas69-70-139
Brian BatemanSaint Simons Island, Ga.67-73-140
Guy BorosPompano Beach, Fla.69-71-140
Scott BrownNorth Augusta, S.C.72-68-140
Gary ChristianEngland68-72-140
Paul ClaxtonClaxton, Ga.72-68-140
Fabian GomezArgentina71-69-140
Kent JonesAlbuquerque, N.M.68-72-140
Ben MartinGreenwood, S.C.75-65-140
James NittiesAustralia70-70-140
Jin ParkScottsdale, Ariz.69-71-140
Jerry RichardsonCary, N.C.69-71-140
B J StatenDallas, Texas68-72-140
Camilo BenedettiColombia71-70-141
(a) Gary Carpenter JrCrofton, Md.66-75-141
Rahil GangjeeIndia71-70-141
Mathew GogginAustralia71-70-141
James PettittMurfreesboro, Tenn.72-69-141
(a) Scott ShinglerHaymarket, Va.73-68-141
Craig BarlowHenderson, Nev.68-74-142
George BradfordColumbia, Md.65-77-142
Jim EstesGermantown, Md.69-73-142
Martin FloresDallas, Texas69-73-142
Michael ButtacavoliMiami Beach, Fla.68-74-142
Carlos FrancoParaguay70-72-142
Stephen GangluffCharlottesville, Va.68-74-142
Steve LebrunWest Palm Beach, Fla.73-69-142
Corey NagyCharlotte, N.C.71-71-142
Matthew SchallWilliamsport, Pa.75-67-142
Brett SwedbergAlexandria, Minn.68-74-142
Chad WilfongCharlotte, N.C.70-72-142
Cliff KresgeHeathrow, Fla.67-76-143
Kyle ReifersAtlanta, Ga.69-74-143
Brian StuardJackson, Mich.68-75-143
(a) Matthew BrownBrookeville, Md.70-74-144
Ken DukePalm City, Fla.74-70-144
Brad FaxonBarrington, R.I.72-72-144
Jason GoreValencia, Calif.71-73-144
(a) Christopher HawleyWalpole, Mass.74-70-144
Chris HeintzBrea, Calif.72-72-144
David HutsellLutherville, Md.72-72-144
Frank Lickliter IIPonte Vedra Beach, Fla.74-70-144
Fernando MechereffeBrazil75-69-144
Michael ThompsonBirmingham, Ala.72-72-144
Daniel WaxPacific Palisades, Calif.68-77-145
(a) Zac BlairOgden, Utah71-75-146
Christopher GoldHaddonfield, N.J.77-69-146
Lanto GriffinBlacksburg, Va.71-75-146
(a) Christopher BalogaBaltimore, Md.73-74-147
Will ColemanKensington, Md.74-73-147
Stephen DartnallAustralia72-75-147
Chris DillowBland, Va.79-68-147
(a) Robert KarlssonSweden76-71-147
Peter LonardAustralia72-75-147
(a) Bo LustigBelle Vernon, Pa.70-77-147
John O'LearyReston, Va.74-73-147
Alistair PresnellAustralia71-76-147
Brian SmockCoronado, Calif.71-76-147
Tyler BrewingtonJonestown, Pa.74-74-148
(a) Brad MillerTimonium, Md.73-75-148
Jeffrey RosenbergFrederick, Md.74-74-148
(a) Eric WilliamsHonesdale, Pa.76-73-149
James ParkerEngland72-77-149
(a) Stephen BosdoshClarkburg, Md.75-75-150
Brent MartinLaplata, Md.72-78-150
Phillip MollicaAnderson, S.C.75-75-150
Ted PurdyPhoenix, Ariz.76-75-151
Adam CorsonState College, Pa.71-81-152
(a) Doug Gentilcore Baltimore, Md.77-75-152
(a) Michael KaniaHaverford, Pa.74-78-152
(a) Drew ErnstSeneca, S.C.77-76-153
Kenneth RoseberryLeesburg, Va.78-75-153
John LybergerGaithersburg, Md.82-72-154
(a) Ryan MurphyAustin, Texas78-77-155
(a) Andrew RiceBaltimore, Md.79-76-155
(a) Matthew MaurerLancaster, Pa.75-83-158
(a) Joey DendaryWinnemucca, Nev.84-75-159
Jeffrey WilliamsRockville, Md.77-83-160
Charles WoodwardSmithsburg, Md.82-81-163
Bradley IlesIrving, Texas70-WD
James HahnAlameda, Calif.71-WD
Michael LetzigKansas City, Mo.74-WD
Steven WheatcroftJacksonville, Fla.74-WD
William McGirtBoiling Springs, S.C.75-WD
Brendon ToddAtlanta, Ga.75-WD
Won Joon LeeAustralia76-WD
Ki MoonWoodstock, Md.78-WD
Siddikur RahmanBangladeshWD
Charles WarrenGreenville, S.C.WD
Ewan PorterWhite Plains, N.Y.WD
Jake Younan-WiseAustraliaWD
Joseph AffruntiOrlando, Fla.
Chris BakerBrownstown, Ind.
Aaron GoldbergCarlsbad, Calif.
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