U.S. Senior Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2012

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Dean Prowse - CLEVES, OHIO
66
Tom Atchison - SILVER LAKE, OHIO
67
Bob Koch - MEDINA, OHIO
67
A - Vincent Cahill(a) - HILLIARD, OHIO
69
A - Brian Mogg - WINDERMERE, FLA.
70

Robert Niger - EL DORADO HILLS, CALIF.
68
Pat O'Donnell(a) - HAPPY VALLEY, ORE.
70
A - Timothy Metko - SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MICH.
71
A - Jay Fredrickson(a) - HILLSBORO, ORE.
71

Douglas Hanzel(a) - SAVANNAH, GA.
70
Jack Hall(a) - SEA ISLAND, GA.
71
Bob Royak(a) - ALPHARETTA, GA.
71
A - Jack Larkin(a) - ATLANTA, GA.
72
A - David Rummells - WEST BRANCH, IOWA
72

Walter Gieselman(a) - COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, MICH.
66
Greg Reynolds(a) - GRAND BLANC, MICH.
68
A - Bill Mory - HASLETT, MICH.
71
A - Mitch Wilson(a) - PORTAGE, MICH.
71

Eddie Hargett(a) - BLYTHEWOOD, S.C.
67
A - Michael Donald - HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
69
A - Skip Taylor - HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
70

Steve Krause - NORTHVILLE, MICH.
70
John Bermel - CEDAR FALLS, IOWA
72
A - Roy Biancalana - SANFORD, FLA.
72
A - Christian Beto(a) - ROCKFORD, ILL.
72

Peter Oakley - MILFORD, DEL.
72
Adam Adams - COCONUT CREEK, FLA.
73
A - Victor Tortorici - STUART, FLA.
74
A - Pete Williams(a) - JUNO BEACH, FLA.
75

Larry Daniels(a) - SEATTLE, WASH.
72
Thomas Phillips(a) - SEATTLE, WASH.
72
A - Tom Brandes(a) - BELLEVUE, WASH.
73
A - Jeff Shaw - WINDERMERE, WASH.
73

Mike Gray - INDIAN CREEK VILLAGE, FLA.
69
Matthew Avril(a) - VERO BEACH, FLA.
70
A - Douglas Snoap(a) - APOPKA, FLA.
71
A - Gene Jones - ORLANDO, FLA.
71

Robert Thompson - HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS
65
Joel Edwards - IRVING, TEXAS
66
Mark Brooks - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
67
Ronald Kilby(a) - MCALLEN, TEXAS
67
Kirk Maynord - DEL CITY, OKLA.
69
A - Wayne Wright - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
69
A - Robert Singletary - FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS
69

Robert Fulton(a) - DANVILLE, CALIF.
70
Dale Bouguennec(a) - PLEASANT HILL, CALIF.
72
A - Dan Bieber(a) - ALAMO, CALIF.
72
A - Tommy Tominaga - JAPAN
72

Bill Brafford(a) - BROKEN ARROW, OKLA.
69
A - Rod Nuckolls - WICHITA, KAN.
69
A - Steve Groom(a) - RAYTOWN, MO.
69

Fulton Allem - SANFORD, FLA.
69
Mitch Adcock - APOPKA, FLA.
71
James Chancey - WINTER HAVEN, GA.
71
A - Jim Ragland - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
72
A - John Lee - NAPLES, FLA.
72

Dennis Webb(a) - WEST SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
71
Jamie Looper(a) - OAKDALE, CALIF.
73
A - Don Thames - RANCHO MURIETA, CALIF.
73
A - Gary Mortara - SAN LEANDRO, CALIF.
73

Rick Dewitt - ARVADA, COLO.
66
Doug Rohrbaugh - CARBONDALE, COLO.
67
A - Rick Cole - EATON, COLO.
70
A - David Ogrin - NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS
71

David Brown(a) - PITTSBURGH, PA.
71
Sean Knapp(a) - OAKMONT, PA.
71
A - Roy Vucinich - MOON TWP, PA.
71
A - Perry Graciano(a) - PITTSBURGH, PA.
73

Ron Allen(a) - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
70
A - Dal Daily - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
71
A - Lee Sanchez(a) - SANTA FE, N.M.
71

Brian Fogt - WILDWOOD, MO.
71
A - J. C. Anderson - SPRINGFIELD, ILL.
72
A - Robert Wilkin - LENEXA, KAN.
73

Gerry James - PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA.
70
A - Tom Bryant - NATCHEZ, MISS.
73
A - David Griffin(a) - BELDEN, MISS.
74

Mike Nixon(a) - NASHVILLE, TENN.
71
Daniel Briggs - FRANKLIN, TENN.
73
A - Rob Long - CLARKSVILLE, TENN.
73
A - Richard Rebne - RINGGOLD, GA.
73

Brian Secia(a) - NANTUCKET, MASS.
70
Mark Morse - WEST ROXBURY, MASS.
72
A - Mo Guttman - SARASOTA, FLA.
72
A - David Jones(a) - NORWICH, CONN.
73

Andy Bean - LAKELAND, FLA.
68
Mikael Hogberg - GREENSBORO, N.C.
68
A - Rick Lewallen - KANNAPOLIS, N.C.
70
A - Jacob Ferenz - SIMPSONVILLE, S.C.
70

Allen Barber(a) - YORKTOWN, VA.
71
Jack Allara II(a) - SALEM, VA.
72
A - Keith Decker(a) - MARTINSVILLE, VA.
73
A - Bud Lintelman - PURCELLVILLE, VA.
73

Mark Johnson - HELENDALE, CALIF.
66
James Camaione(a) - UPLAND, CALIF.
70
A - Matt Seitz - HUTCHINSON, KAN.
71
A - David Games - PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIF.
72

Peter Detemple(a) - CALLAWAY, MD.
68
David Nocar(a) - MILLERSVILLE, MD.
68
Bob Lennon - GREENVILLE, DEL.
69
A - John M Francisco - WESTMINSTER, MD.
70
A - Michael Quinn(a) - COATESVILLE, PA.
70

Ron Schroeder - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
70
Billy Tuten - SUGAR LAND, TEXAS
71
A - Pat Youngs(a) - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
71
A - Daniel Raiford - CARROLLTON, TEXAS
72

Javier Sanchez - FAYETTEVILLE, GA.
68
Martin Rifkin(a) - FORT WAYNE, IND.
72
A - Lee Houtteman - GLEN ARBOR, MICH.
73
A - David Carich - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
73

Craig Davis(a) - CHULA VISTA, CALIF.
72
Jeff Hart - SOLANA BEACH, CALIF.
72
Barry Mahlberg - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
72
A - Chris Starkjohann - OCEANSIDE, CALIF.
73
A - Donald Ludwig(a) - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
73

Andrew Magee - PARADISE VALLEY, ARIZ.
69
Gerry Norquist - ANTHEM, ARIZ.
70
A - Ron Gonzalez - GOODYEAR, ARIZ.
71
A - Michael Cunning - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
71

Graham Banister - AUSTRALIA
73
John Finnin(a) - MOKENA, ILL.
73
Dave Wettlaufer - CANADA
73
A - Stan Utley - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
74
A - Bob Ackerman - WEST BLOOMFIELD, MICH.
75

Lance Ten Broeck - CHICAGO, ILL.
69
Michael Harwood - AUSTRALIA
70
Bobby Heins - PURCHASE, N.Y.
72
A - David Prowler(a) - MANHASSET, N.Y.
72
A - Darrell Kestner - GLEN COVE, N.Y.
72

T. C. Chen - CHINESE TAIPEI
70
Roger Gunn - OAK PARK, CALIF.
70
Michael Turner(a) - SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF.
70
A - Michael Castro - SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIF.
71
A - Mike Miles - HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
71

Mark Morrison - HOLUALOA, HAWAII
69
A - Stan Souza - HONOLULU, HAWAII
70
A - Kevin Hayashi - HILO, HAWAII
71

Jim Rutledge - CANADA
68
Tom Byrum - SUGAR LAND, TEXAS
70
John Harris - MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
70
Joe Daley - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
71
Dick Mast - AMHERST, VA.
71
A - Ronnie Black - TUCSON, ARIZ.
72
A - Michael Zinni - N MANKATO, MINN.
73
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