U.S. Senior Open Sectional Qualifying Results - 2014

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Jerry Haas - WINSTON SALEM, N.C.
68
Jim Ragland - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
68
A - Steven Liebler(a) - IRMO, S.C.
69
A - Jeffrey Hedden - HILTON HEAD, S.C.
70

Patrick Brady(a) - REIDSVILLE, N.C.
68
Mikael Hogberg - SWEDEN
70
A - Bubba Aughtry(a) - CONCORD, N.C.
72
A - Neal Lancaster - SMITHFIELD, N.C.
72

Mark Anderson - SAINT SIMONS ISLAND, GA.
70
Benjamin Bates - PENSACOLA, FLA.
70
Damon Green - KISSIMMEE, FLA.
70
A - Marco Dawson - MERRITT ISLAND, FLA.
70
A - Don Bell(a) - PORT ORANGE, FLA.
71

J. K. Kim - REPUBLIC OF KOREA
67
Patrick Burke - TRABUCO CANYON, CALIF.
69
A - David Podas - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
70
A - James Blair - ST. GEORGE, UTAH
70

Mike Standly - LEAGUE CITY, TEXAS
68
Ron Schroeder - MONTGOMERY, TEXAS
69
A - David Lundstrom - VICTORIA, TEXAS
69
A - Robert Thompson - HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS
70

Mark Brooks - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
69
Lonnie Nielsen - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA.
69
A - Doug Garwood - STEVENSON RANCH, CALIF.
70
A - Gary Hallberg - PARKER, COLO.
70

Joel Edwards - IRVING, TEXAS
66
Rocky Walcher - OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
68
Mike Peck(a) - IRVING, TEXAS
69
Lewis Stephenson(a) - MANSFIELD, TEXAS
69
A - Thomas Immenschuh(a) - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
69
A - Mike Camp - CORINTH, TEXAS
70

Gene Jones - ORLANDO, FLA.
69
Gary Koch - TAMPA, FLA.
69
A - David Ladd - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA.
69
A - Keith Kulzer - LAND O LAKES, FLA.
71

Wesley Short Jr - AUSTIN, TEXAS
66
Jose Coceres - ARGENTINA
67
Scott Dunlap - DULUTH, GA.
68
John Inman - DURHAM, N.C.
68
Tom Byrum - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
69
Lance Ten Broeck - OAK LAWN, ILL.
69
A - Bruce Vaughan - HUTCHINSON, KAN.
69
A - Tommy Armour III - DALLAS, TEXAS
70

Jeff Wilson(a) - FAIRFIELD, CALIF.
68
Rob Boldt - CONCORD, CALIF.
70
A - Rodney Wilson - BURLINGAME, CALIF.
70
A - Ronald Collet(a) - SALIDA, CALIF.
71

Danny Edwards - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
68
Ronnie Black - TUCSON, ARIZ.
69
A - William Dodd Jr - PHOENIX, ARIZ.
70
A - Robert Hamlett - BUCKEYE, ARIZ.
70

Ron Skayhan - HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
70
Craig Steinberg(a) - AGOURA HILLS, CALIF.
70
A - Brady Exber(a) - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
71
A - John Pate(a) - SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
71

Ted Norby - CARLSBAD, CALIF.
69
Francisco Minoza - PHILIPPINES
72
A - Fred Hanover - SAN MARCOS, CALIF.
72
A - Barry Mahlberg - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
73

Quinn Griffing - FORT WAYNE, IND.
68
Kevin Muir - BIRMINGHAM, MICH.
68
A - Sam Till Jr(a) - FORT WAYNE, IND.
69
A - Barry Bonifield - LOUISVILLE, KY.
70

Barry Lane - ENGLAND
66
Stu Blasius - MIDLAND PARK, N.J.
67
Frank Esposito - FLORHAM PARK, N.J.
67
Charles Bolling - GLEN COVE, N.Y.
68
A - Mark Mielke - EAST NORWICH, N.Y.
69
A - Jim Smoot - HUNTINGTON, N.Y.
69

Gerard Courville - STRATFORD, CONN.
70
Roger Newsom(a) - VA BEACH, VA.
70
A - John Dimarco - CHERRY HILL, N.J.
70
A - Dennis Winters - BISHOPVILLE, MD.
70

Robin Byrd - SATELLITE BEACH, FLA.
67
Ted Pecora(a) - GLENCOE, ILL.
71
A - Matthew Horwitch(a) - NORTHBROOK, ILL.
71
A - Mitch Wilson(a) - PORTAGE, MICH.
72

Patrick Horgan - WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
70
Hendrik Buhrmann - SOUTH AFRICA
71
A - Rick Durocher - PRINCETON, MASS.
71
A - Ed Kirby - WAKEFIELD, R.I.
72

Bryan Norton(a) - MISSION HILLS, KAN.
67
Joe Palmer(a) - WEST DES MOINES, IOWA
69
A - Tracy Phillips - BROKEN ARROW, OKLA.
69
A - Ron Streck - TULSA, OKLA.
70

Tim Jackson(a) - GERMANTOWN, TENN.
68
Jerry Smith - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
72
A - Bill Breen - NASVILLE, TENN.
72
A - Stuart Smith(a) - NASHVILLE, TENN.
72

Bruce Stewart - MOLALLA, ORE.
71
A - Rob Gibbons - MOLALLA, ORE.
72
A - Tom Carey - HILLSBORO, ORE.
72

Thomas Brennan(a) - COVINGTON, LA.
69
Bryan Askew(a) - DECATUR, ALA.
72
A - James Dunn - MILTON, FLA.
73
A - Bart Dornier(a) - METAIRIE, LA.
73

James Mason - DILLARD, GA.
67
Sonny Skinner - SYLVESTER, GA.
68
Tim Parun - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
70
A - William Mitchell(a) - ROSWELL, GA.
71
A - Jack Larkin(a) - ATLANTA, GA.
71

Steve Schneiter - SANDY, UTAH
66
Ron Vlosich - LAKEWOOD, COLO.
67
A - Brian Harris(a) - DENVER, COLO.
69
A - Michael Zaremba - PUEBLO WEST, COLO.
69

Jerry Tucker - STUART, FLA.
71
Pete Williams(a) - JUNO BEACH, FLA.
71
A - Ken Martin - PORT SAINT LUCIE, FLA.
72
A - Ric Nalyd - FT MYERS, FLA.
73

Shawn McEntee - NAPA, CALIF.
69
Anthony Smith - CLOVIS, CALIF.
70
A - Wayne Carter(a) - LAKE ARROWHEAD, CALIF.
70
A - Clifford Smith(a) - DENAIR, CALIF.
70

Bill Harvey - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
64
A - Daniel Koesters - LAS CRUCES, N.M.
68
A - Gregory Condon(a) - MONTE VISTA, COLO.
68

Ty Roush - MASON, W.VA.
69
Rod Spittle - CANADA
71
A - Doug Lockwood(a) - POWELL, OHIO
71
A - Nick Lambos(a) - CANTON, OHIO
71

Jeff Coston - BLAINE, WASH.
67
Tom Brandes(a) - BELLEVUE, WASH.
69
A - Thomas Sovay - MUKILTEO, WASH.
71
A - Stephen Stull - RICHLAND, WASH.
73

Doug Williams(a) - HONOLULU, HAWAII
71
A - David Ishii - AIEA, HAWAII
71
A - Kevin Hayashi - HILO, HAWAII
72

Darrell Kestner - GLEN COVE, N.Y.
70
Ricky Touma - OLNEY, MD.
70
A - Tony Green(a) - KINGSPORT, TENN.
70
A - Tim Lewis - HOBART, IND.
70

Mark Gardiner(a) - MASCOUTAH, ILL.
70
A - JC Anderson - OFALLON, MO.
72
A - Jim Woodward - OKLAHOMA, OKLA.
72

Dick Mast - LYNCHBURG, VA.
66
Bill Glasson - STILLWATER, OKLA.
67
A - Randal Lewis(a) - ALMA, MICH.
70
A - Gar Hamilton - CANADA
71

Craig Brischke - FOREST LAKE, MINN.
73
A - John Harris - MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
74
A - Mike Barge - CHANHASSEN, MINN.
74
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