2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying - St. Charles, Ill.

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


PlayerCountryScore
Bennett BlakemanBurr Ridge, Ill.68-67-135
(a) Brad BenjaminRockford, Ill.67-69-136
(a) Christopher DeforestCottekill, N.Y.71-65-136
Failed To Qualify
(a) (A) Blake BiddleSaint Charles, Ill.67-69-136
(A) Andy PaulsonLino Lakes, Minn.67-70-137
Andrew RuthkoskiMuskegon, Mich.71-67-138
Nathan SmithPalm Beach Gardens, Fla.68-71-139
Kane WebberDenver, Colo.68-71-139
Brandon CrickMccook, Neb.67-73-140
Bill HoefleMarion, Iowa66-74-140
Brandon HoltzBloomington, Ill.70-70-140
(a) Jace LongDixon, Mo.66-74-140
(a) Jeff PanekUrbandale, Iowa71-69-140
(a) Jamie MarshallFayetteville, Ark.68-73-141
(a) Richard BerkmeyerSt Louis, Mo.72-70-142
Jonathan FeldickIowa City, Iowa72-70-142
Matt PestaCommerce Twp, Mich.71-71-142
Chris ThompsonLawrence, Kan.70-72-142
Jim TroyMaitland, Fla.71-71-142
(a) Andrew WyattLake Forest, Ill.70-72-142
Don BerryRogers, Minn.73-70-143
John CarlsonBlaine, Minn.68-75-143
(a) Tom CarlsonSioux Falls, S.D.69-74-143
(a) Vince IndiaDeerfield, Ill.71-72-143
(a) Willie Mack IIIFlint, Mich.71-72-143
Luke BenoitMinneapolis, Minn.71-73-144
Sean DoughertyOverland Park, Kan.72-72-144
Tom PerniceMurietta, Calif.70-74-144
(a) Curtis YonkeOverland Park, Kan.69-75-144
Cory BlenkushMaple Grove, Minn.71-74-145
Christopher MyersWinthrop Harbor, Ill.72-73-145
Carlos Sainz JrElgin, Ill.72-74-146
(a) Nick SchenkSt Charles, Ill.69-77-146
Michael TroyNaperville, Ill.72-74-146
Jesse CavanaughOttawa, Ill.77-70-147
(a) Keegan DruganHolmen, Wis.73-74-147
Andrew PopeGlen Ellyn, Ill.74-73-147
(a) Brent HolmesCape Girardeau, Mo.75-73-148
(a) Kelly KretzAntigo, Wis.75-73-148
(a) Christopher WalkerThe Woodlands, Texas73-75-148
Dustin WigingtonOklahoma City, Okla.72-76-148
(a) Joe CarlsonInverness, Ill.75-74-149
Eric ChilesExcelsior, Minn.72-77-149
(a) Mason JacobsMetropolis, Ill.75-74-149
(a) Bennett LavinDeerfield, Ill.75-74-149
(a) Chad JohnsonPlymouth, Mich.71-79-150
Ben FergusonCanada72-79-151
(a) Scott LangleySt Louis, Mo.74-77-151
(a) B Mills RendellWinnetka, Ill.73-78-151
(a) Kale WaasoSouth Haven, Mich.75-76-151
Jack EhlersBallwin, Mo.76-76-152
Jeff KellenRockford, Ill.73-79-152
(a) Yarri BrynMinneapolis, Minn.79-74-153
Matt RutledgeFort Collins, Colo.75-78-153
(a) Matt BehmJanesville, Wis.80-76-156
(a) Matthew JohnsonFlandreau, S.D.83-78-161
Ryan LintonLake Forest, Ill.77-WD
(a) Jed DirksenHampton, IowaWD
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