Men's Four-Ball Qualifying Results - 2015

A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Brandon Matthews - DUPONT, PA.
61
Patrick Ross - DUNMORE, PA.
  
Andrew Lawson - DALLAS, TEXAS
64
James Lawson - LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
  
A - Alex Angelone - PITTSBURGH, PA.
66
A - Derek Lingafelt - JEANNETTE, PA.
  
A - Ronald Denunzio - JEANNETTE, PA.
67
A - David DeNunzio - JEANNETTE, PA.
  

John Ramsey - GLENVIEW, ILL.
64
Chadd Slutzky - DEER PARK, ILL.
  
Matthew McLaughlin - BARRINGTON, ILL.
64
Christian Vozza - ORLANDO, FLA.
  
Robert Bruce - CHICAGO, ILL.
64
Paul Dagys - BOLINGBROOK, ILL.
  
A - John Hakewill - WILMETTE, ILL.
65
A - Jeff Johnson - CHICAGO, ILL.
  
A - Frederick Gahl - CHICAGO, ILL.
65
A - Andrew Price - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
  

Kyle Cox - SPRINGPORT, IND.
63
Kyle Wilson - SELMA, IND.
  
A - Tyler Haire - FORT WAYNE, IND.
64
A - Brian Straley - FORT WAYNE, IND.
  
A - Kenny Cook - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
64
A - Joe Mahurin - NOBLESVILLE, IND.
  

John Simpson - CANADA
67
Gary Young - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
  
A - James Gardas - HONESDALE, PA.
67
A - Eric Williams - HONESDALE , PA.
  
A - Simon Bennett - ENGLAND
68
A - Sean Lindstrom - BUFFALO, N.Y.
  

Brian Noonan - AUSTIN, TEXAS
64
Riley Pumphrey - AUSTIN, TEXAS
  
Draegen Majors - TULSA, OKLA.
65
Brooks Price - DALLAS, TEXAS
  
Rick Bell - OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
66
Don Cochran - NORMAN, OKLA.
  
A - Icem Brewer - FAYETTEVILLE, ARK.
66
A - Jeremy Callison - CLAREMORE, OKLA.
  
A - Michael Alsup - TULSA, OKLA.
67
A - Chris Noel - BROKEN ARROW, OKLA.
  

Sam Wallach - RANDOLPH, N.J.
64
Steven Zychowski - MENDHAM, N.J.
  
A - Doug Kleeschulte - KINGSTON, N.Y.
67
A - Jeffrey Schaller - KINGSTON, N.Y.
  
A - Michael J Karger - CORTLANDT MANOR, N.Y.
67
A - Daniel Rifkin - TUXEDO, N.Y.
  

Greg Kennedy - ATLANTA, GA.
67
Reece Whitley - SMYRNA, GA.
  
Cameron Hooper - ATLANTA, GA.
68
David Noll Jr. - DALTON, GA.
  
Mike Cromer - PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA.
69
David Poteet - SUWANEE, GA.
  
A - Michael Pearson - ATLANTA, GA.
69
A - Christopher Shaw - ATLANTA, GA.
  
A - Michael Gil - ATLANTA, GA.
69
A - Christian Raynor - KENNESAW, GA.
  

Kyle Crawford - COOS BAY, ORE.
62
Tim Tucker - COOS BAY, ORE.
  
Jim Dunlap - BEAVERTON, ORE.
62
Jay Poletiek - PORTLAND, ORE.
  
A - Eric Dahm - LAKE OSWEGO, ORE.
63
A - Matt Keyser - LAKE OSWEGO, ORE.
  
A - Chris Heniff - BEAVERTON, ORE.
64
A - Ford Montgomery III - PORTLAND, ORE.
  

Tanner Higham - LOGAN, UTAH
63
Nick Higham - SHELLEY, IDAHO
  
A - Geno Bonnalie - LEWISTON, IDAHO
64
A - Corey Brown - LEWISTON, IDAHO
  
A - Marc Rhoades - EAGLE, IDAHO
65
A - Bob Wheeler - BOISE, IDAHO
  

Clinton Dammann - GLENCOE, MINN.
65
Mike Fiedler - LAKEVILLE, MINN.
  
Mike Melhus - ROGERS, MINN.
65
Greg Melhus - WEST FARGO, N.D.
  
Gene Elliott - WEST DES MOINES, IOWA
66
Michael McCoy - DES MOINES, IOWA
  
A - Matthew Gibb - MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
66
A - Ben Greve - GOLDEN VALLEY, MINN.
  
A - Aaron Barber - MAPLE GROVE, MINN.
66
A - Andy Jacobson - WILLMAR, MINN.
  

Jim Krivanek - CLEVELAND, OHIO
65
Brian Smith - AMHERST, OHIO
  
Michael Garcia - ERIE, PA.
65
Ted Grassi - ERIE, PA.
  
Matthew Collins - POWELL, OHIO
67
Wes Stafford - WILLOUGHBY, OHIO
  
A - Cale Green - CENTERVILLE, OHIO
67
A - Jonathan Wilson - COLUMBUS, OHIO
  
A - Scott Alexander - COLUMBUS, OHIO
67
A - Joseph Allen - ZANESVILLE OHIO, OHIO
  

Bill Fowler - LAKEWOOD, COLO.
65
Robert Polk - PARKER, COLO.
  
Alex Kephart - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
65
Nicholas Tarasiewicz - GERMANY
  
Jeff Chapman - DENVER, COLO.
66
Andrew Tapia - RATON, N.M.
  
A - John Hayes - LITTLETON, COLO.
66
A - James Kurtenbach - DENVER, COLO.
  
A - Matt Call - CASTLE ROCK, COLO.
67
A - John Luoma - PARKER, COLO.
  

Addison Owens - NEW PRESTON, CONN.
65
Todd Payne - DANBURY, CONN.
  
Benjamin Day - NORTH HAVEN, CONN.
66
Daniel Day - CLEMSON, S.C.
  
A - Jim Dunford - SHELTON, CONN.
67
A - Bob Murphy - BRIDGEPORT / STRATFO, CONN.
  
A - Rob Artus - KILLINGWORTH, CONN.
67
A - Steven Bugg - NEW HAVEN, CONN.
  

Walter Gieselman - COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, MICH.
64
Ken Hudson - BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH.
  
Patrick Forbes - CANADA
65
Sean Lackey - CANADA
  
A - Mike Bush - FORT GRATIOT, MICH.
65
A - Dieter Schulz - FORT GRATIOT, MICH.
  
A - Mike Brown - GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
67
A - Derrek Klimek - ADA, MICH.
  

Todd Burgan - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
64
Tim Jackson - MEMPHIS, TENN.
  
Drew Allenspach - LOUISVILLE, KY.
65
Matthew Van Zandt - HOUSTON, TEXAS
  
A - Erin McDonald - MEMPHIS, TENN.
65
A - Stephen McDonald - NASHVILLE, TENN.
  
A - Conner Godsey - FLORENCE, ALA.
65
A - Matt Stephens - MURFREESBORO, TENN.
  

Christopher Hatch - MUKILTEO, WASH.
64
Mark Strickland - MUKILTEO , WASH.
  
Casey Granston - SEATTLE, WASH.
67
Erik Heggelund - SEATTLE, WASH.
  
A - Tom Brandes - BELLEVUE, WASH.
67
A - Michael Haack - BELLEVUE, WASH.
  
A - Dan Ashlock - PUYALLUP, WASH.
67
A - Scott Miller - GIG HARBOR, WASH.
  

Paul Droogsma - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
64
Mike Masowich - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
  
Will Doughtie - AMARILLO, TEXAS
65
Luke Kane - AMARILLO, TEXAS
  
Danny Lovell - DALLAS, TEXAS
65
Greg Smith - AUSTIN, TEXAS
  
Zach Atkinson - COLLEYVILLE, TEXAS
65
James Edmondson - NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TEXAS
  
A - Nick Cunningham - GRAND BLANC, MICH.
66
A - Payne Gniewek - AUSTIN, TEXAS
  
A - Trip Kuehne - DALLAS, TEXAS
66
A - Stephen Summers - DALLAS, TEXAS
  

Andrew Sajevic - FREMONT, NEB.
62
John Sajevic - FREMONT, NEB.
  
Brian Csipkes - OMAHA, NEB.
65
Jay Csipkes - MCKINNEY, TEXAS
  
A - Patrick Duffy - OMAHA, NEB.
65
A - Ryan Nietfeldt - OMAHA, NEB.
  
A - Michael Colgate - SARASOTA, FLA.
65
A - Lance Lawson - NORFOLK, NEB.
  

Will Betts - LEECHBURG, PA.
64
Evan Russell - GRANTHAM, N.H.
  
Joseph Alvarez - NORTH BERWICK, MAINE
65
Ricky Jones - THOMASTON, MAINE
  
James Scorse - CHURCHVILLE, N.Y.
65
Tim Spitz - ROCHESTER, NY, N.Y.
  
A - Max Christiana - WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.
66
A - John Jackopsic - WEST HARTFORD, CONN.
  
A - Jordan Burke - NEEDHAM, MASS.
67
A - Scott Congdon - FOXBORO, MASS.
  

Roman Mudd - RENO, NEV.
65
David Nelson - RENO, NEV.
  
A - Taylor Hobin - BRENTWOOD, CALIF.
66
A - Kevin O'Brien - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
  
A - Jason Ferrin - RENO, NEV.
67
A - Dustin Hall - SPARKS, NEV.
  

Jeffrey Jolley - SOUTH JORDAN, UTAH
62
Darrin Overson - PROVO, UTAH
  
A - Jeff Keye - PARK CITY, UTAH
64
A - Jon Wright - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
  
A - Dan Horner - SANDY, UTAH
66
A - Christian Jensen - ST. GEORGE, UTAH
  

Hardin Councill - HIGH POINT, N.C.
64
Thomas Walsh - HIGH POINT, N.C.
  
A - Patrick Carter - HUNTINGTON, W.VA.
65
A - Sam Odell - HURRICANE, W.VA.
  
A - Kevin Miller - CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
69
A - Philip Reale - CHARLESTON, W.VA.
  

Josh Krumholz - READING, PA.
63
Grant Skyllas - READING, PA.
  
Sam Bernstein - NEW YORK, N.Y.
64
Gregory Shuman - NEW YORK, N.Y.
  
Trevor Randolph - FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J.
64
Keith Unikel - POTOMAC, MD.
  
A - Niall Handley - WEST CALDWELL, N.J.
65
A - Merv Smith - MAHWAH, N.J.
  
A - Steven Delmar - GAITHERSBURG, MD.
65
A - Matthew Sughrue - ARLINGTON, VA.
  
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