USGA Senior Amateur Qualifying Results - 2010


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


DAVID WILLIAMSON - LADOGA, IND.
70
DAVID BROWN - TERRE HAUTE, IND.
76
A - PAUL PETTICREW - ZIONSVILLE, IND.
77
A - DOUG MILLER - COLLIERVILLE, TENN.
78

DAVE BATES - NEWBURGH, IND.
71
JERRY BLAKE - LANSING, MICH.
71
A - JOSEPH CANTRELL - LOUISVILLE, KY.
73
A - JOE HAHN - EVANSVILLE, IND.
73

DAVID ANTHONY - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
69
LOU PAOLUCCI - PALM COAST, FLA.
71
A - MIKE BODNEY - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
73
A - ROBERT HESS - CASSELBERRY, FLA.
74

JOHN STEWART - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
75
BILL TYNER - ENTERPRISE, ALA.
75
A - PHIL PARKER - JONESBORO, ARK.
77
A - BARRY PEETS - LILBURN, GA.
77

MIKE GRAVLEY - GREER, S.C.
69
JIM WISE - COLUMBIA, S.C.
71
ROBERT KULP - ADVANCE, N.C.
72
BILL PALMER - BLUFFTON, S.C.
73
TERRY WILLIS - GREENVILLE, S.C.
73
A - JOHN GIBBS III - AUGUSTA, GA.
73
A - DAVID STRAWN - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
74

G MUNROE COBEY - CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
73
RICK ALSPAUGH - WINSTON SALEM, N.C.
74
RICK LUZAR - PINEHURST, N.C.
74
KIM MANSFIELD - HIGH POINT, N.C.
74
A - GEORGE LEIGHT - APEX, N.C.
74
A - RICHARD HOGAN - BURLINGTON, N.C.
74

BILL CAVENESS - DALLAS, TEXAS
72
DANIEL COOK - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
72
MIKE PULS - IRVING, TEXAS
73
PHILIP AUSTIN - ARLINGTON, TEXAS
74
JAMES PEEBLES - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
74
GARY KIRWAN - MCKINNEY, TEXAS
76
A - TIM GAMSO - DALLAS, TEXAS
76
A - DWAYNE WADDLE - FT WORTH, TEXAS
76

ROBERT SHELTON - LAFAYETTE, LA.
74
JIM HENDERSON - HATTIESBURG, MISS.
75
A - GAYLE SANCHEZ - BATON ROUGE, LA.
76
A - MIKE THOMPSON - TUPELO, MISS.
76

LOGAN JACKSON - WINSTON SALEM, N.C.
70
LYNN MARTIN - FINDLAY, OHIO
71
WILLIAM DOWNING - AKRON, OHIO
74
JAMES HARLESS - AURORA, OHIO
74
A - PETER DELLOVADE - PRESTO, PA.
75
A - DENNY ADKINS - N MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.
75

GARY DANIELS - CENTER VALLEY, PA.
69
ROBIN MCCOOL - BETHLEHEM, PA.
70
RAYMOND THOMPSON - DREXEL HILL, PA.
70
ART BROSIUS - AVONDALE, PA.
72
CHARLES JONES - COLLEGEVILLE, PA.
72
A - MICHAEL QUINN - EAST FALLOWFIELD, PA.
72
A - THOMAS EVANS - BRONXVILLE, N.Y.
72

TOM KNAPP - TEQUESTA, FLA.
70
RICK WOULFE - FT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
70
STEVE SMYERS - LAKELAND, FLA.
72
A - MARC ROSENBAUM - HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
72
A - MARK PEEL - DELRAY BEACH, FLA.
73

SCOTT RADCLIFFE - GOLDEN, COLO.
67
KARY KALTENBACHER - ENGLEWOOD, COLO.
71
STEPHEN BELL - DENVER, COLO.
72
A - KENT MOORE - GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO.
72
A - ROBERT POLK - PARKER, COLO.
74

DAVID JACOBSEN - PORTLAND, ORE.
71
CHRIS MALETIS - PORTLAND, ORE.
73
A - PAT O'DONNELL - HAPPY VALLEY, ORE.
73
A - LEW GARBUTT - ANDERSON, CALIF.
74

FRANK MERHAR - LA JOLLA, CALIF.
73
CHRISTOPHER VEITCH - NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
73
STEPHEN YAVORSKY - SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF.
73
A - GARY HARDIN - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
74
A - JOHN EMPEY - AGOURA HILLS, CALIF.
75

MIKE HERRINGTON - SIERRA CITY, CALIF.
75
A - DICK WENZEL - SPARKS, NEV.
76
A - JIM WHISMAN - SPARKS, NEV.
76

JOHN CASSTEVENS - GLEN ALLEN, VA.
70
GLENN MULLIAN - RICHMOND, VA.
70
A - GEORGE OWENS - VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
70
A - ROBERT MORRIS - GREAT FALLS, VA.
72

CHIP LUTZ - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
70
BEV HARGRAVES - HELENA, ARK.
72
CRAIG SCOTT - MARSHALLS CREEK, PA.
72
A - MARK WESTON - WINDERMERE, FLA.
72
A - PETER ALLEN - SOUTHPORT, N.C.
73

PHILLIP ANAMIZU - HONOLULU, HAWAII
71
A - SHIGERU MATSUI - HONOLULU, HAWAII
75
A - RODNEY DOO - HONOLULU, HAWAII
76

JOHN WALKER - TULSA, OKLA.
72
RICHARD HUNT - BIXBY, OKLA.
73
A - JERRY GREER - TULSA, OKLA.
74
A - RICKY LUTZ - OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
74

BRUCE SCAMEHORN - WINTER HAVEN, FLA.
73
BERGER WARNER - OCALA, FLA.
73
DAVID HATCH - OVIEDO, FLA.
74
KEITH KEISTER - ORLANDO, FLA.
74
A - PETE ANDREWS - TAMPA, FLA.
75
A - JIM VAUGHAN - CHICAGO, ILL.
75

BRYAN WINNETT - ENNIS, TEXAS
74
A - OSCAR TAYLOR - HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, ARK.
75
A - ROBERT GAMMILL - LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
76

THOMAS OLSON - OMAHA, NEB.
75
A - STEVE REDLIN - OMAHA, NEB.
76
A - DAVID WALKER - OMAHA, NEB.
77

RICHARD PFEIL - NAPLES, FLA.
74
A - STEVE JOHNSON - MEQUON, WIS.
75
A - BRIAN LIDDY - GREEN BAY, WIS.
76

BILL PROBST - MIDWAY, UTAH
72
DAVID CANNON - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
73
A - TODD BARKER - TAYLORSVILLE, UTAH
74
A - HEBER JACOBSEN - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
74

DON ERICKSON III - DUBOIS, PA.
73
ARTHUR KANIA - HAVERFORD, PA.
73
ROBERT ALLSHOUSE - GREENSBURG, PA.
74
A - DAVID DENEZZA - GREENSBURG, PA.
75
A - J MARK VEENIS - PITTSBURGH, PA.
75

TOM GORTON - DURANGO, COLO.
74
ROBERT SCHNEIDER - SANTA FE, N.M.
74
A - RICHARD HUBBARD - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
76
A - MICHAEL QUINLAN - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
76

DOUG HARRIS - FRANKLIN, TENN.
67
LARRY CLARK - KINGSTON, GA.
69
CURT KNORR - ATLANTA, GA.
69
JIM BROWN - TELLICO VILLAGE, TENN.
71
JOHN DAVIS - ATLANTA, GA.
71
NEIL SPITALNY - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
71
A - RONNIE LAW - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
72
A - BLAKE WATT - BRENTWOOD, TENN.
73

SKIP RUNNELS - RICHMOND, IND.
71
DICK SATTERFIELD - CINCINNATI, OHIO
71
DAN SMITH - FAIRFIELD, OHIO
74
A - TIM MURPHY - MILFORD, OHIO
75
A - RICHARD RUST - CINCINNATI, OHIO
75

CHUCK INGRAM - SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.VA.
70
A - HAROLD PAYNE - HURRICANE, W.VA.
71
A - BILL ARGABRITE - KINGSPORT, TENN.
73

RANDY REIFERS - COLUMBUS, OHIO
70
WILLIAM BOOCKFORD - GLEN ELLYN, ILL.
72
TED PECORA - GLENCOE, ILL.
73
TERRY WERNER - DYER, IND.
73
BILL BARNES - CARMEL, IND.
74
DAVE RYAN - TAYLORVILLE, ILL.
74
A - STEVEN FELDMAN - BUFFALO GROVE, ILL.
75
A - JOHN SEEHAUSEN - INVERNESS, ILL.
76

JERRY MARAS - GARDEN GROVE, CALIF.
76
A - ED THIELE - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA.
76
A - KEVIN PARRISH - MESQUITE, NEV.
76

DOUG POTTER - COEUR D ALENE, IDAHO
71
A - SCOTT HOLLOWAY - EAGLE, IDAHO
77
A - ROBIN SHERWOOD - BOISE, IDAHO
79

CHUCK PALMER - DALLAS, TEXAS
67
LARRY WALSH - MOUNTAIN CITY, TEXAS
72
A - THOMAS STRAND - AUSTIN, TEXAS
72
A - JOHN FELLENZ - AUSTIN, TEXAS
72

JACK KEARNEY - PEACHTREE CITY, GA.
69
DAVID SZEWCZUL - FARMINGTON, CONN.
69
PAUL COUTURE - GRAFTON, MASS.
72
GARY PALMER - TAUNTON, MASS.
74
A - CARTER FASICK - MILFORD, MASS.
74
A - TOM BERGERON - GILL, MASS.
74

MIKE BOOKER - THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS
72
DAVID POCKNALL - KATY, TEXAS
72
PETE WILLOUGHBY - HOUSTON, TEXAS
72
JAMES LYONS - SHREVEPORT, LA.
73
A - JERRY HUDGINS - HOUSTON, TEXAS
74
A - LEE SANDLIN - DALLAS, TEXAS
75

JEFF BURDA - MODESTO, CALIF.
68
MICHAEL KELLY - ODENTON, MD.
69
PAT TALLENT - VEINNA, VA.
70
A - TOM GRADY - MARSHALL, VA.
72
A - MICHAEL OCCI - CLARKSVILLE, MD.
73

JOHN LINDHOLM - GRAND BLANC, MICH.
70
TIM MILLER - KOKOMO, IND.
70
EDWARD SHAFFRAN - ANN ARBOR, MICH.
71
BILL ZYLSTRA - PLYMOUTH, MICH.
71
A - KELLY ROBERTS - CANADA
71
A - RON PERRINE - HOLT, MICH.
72

ANDREW CONGDON - GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS.
67
MIKEL ROLLYSON - BOCA GRANDE, FLA.
72
A - STEPHEN SCOVILLE - BINGHAMTON, N.Y.
73
A - DOUG CRAWFORD - WAYLAND, MASS.
74

THOMAS NESBITT - NASHVILLE, TENN.
71
A - JAMES BROWN - PADUCAH, KY.
77
A - STEVE YEOMAN - SALTILLO, MISS.
78

JAMES CURELL - BOONE, IOWA
73
A - DANIEL HOULIHAN - ROCKFORD, ILL.
77
A - SAM AOSSEY - CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
78

JON GROVEMAN - LARCHMONT, N.Y.
71
DUKE DELCHER - BLUFFTON, S.C.
74
TOM GRAHAM - FAIRFIELD, CONN.
74
TIMOTHY HULTQUIST - VERO BEACH, FLA.
74
NELSON DEBOW - KINNELON, N.J.
75
JOHN ERVASTI - BROOKLYN, N.Y.
75
A - STEVE ROSE - NEW YORK, N.Y.
75
A - RONALD VANNELLI - EDISON, N.J.
76

RIC PRUITT - QUINCY, ILL.
73
A - DONALD BLISS - ST LOUIS, MO.
73
A - WILLIAM MCCLEERY - QUINCY, ILL.
73

DAN BIEBER - ALAMO, CALIF.
74
JIM KNOLL - SUNNYVALE, CALIF.
74
GARY RAMSDEN - RANCHO MURIETA, CALIF.
75
GREG OLSON - WEAVERVILLE, CALIF.
76
A - LEE JEBERJAHN - SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIF.
77
A - DENNIS YOUNGLOVE - DAVIS, CALIF.
77

STEVEN WHITTAKER - BECKER, MINN.
75
RANDY GARBER - ST PAUL, MINN.
76
BRIAN TELL - EDINA, MINN.
77
A - RICHARD BLOOSTON - EDINA, MINN.
78
A - LEIF CARLSON - APPLE VALLEY, MINN.
79

CORLISS J NELSON - DALLAS, TEXAS
72
A - TIM MCFARLAND - EDMOND, OKLA.
72
A - JAMES SEWARD - OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
75

RON GARLAND - BOZEMAN, MONT.
73
A - ALEXANDER ANDERSON - RED LODGE, MONT.
74
A - DAVID EAMES - BILLINGS, MONT.
74

DAVID FARNAM - KENT, WASH.
67
RICHARD JONSON - SEATTLE, WASH.
72
TOM PHILLIPS - SEATTLE, WASH.
72
A - PETE GUAY - KIRKLAND, WASH.
74
A - CAREY WEEDMAN - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
74

JEFF RUDI - TUCSON, ARIZ.
70
DOUGLAS POOL - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
71
DAVID POTTHAST - PRESCOTT, ARIZ.
71
A - TOM WHITE - PARADISE VALLEY, ARIZ.
71
A - CANNON RANDALL - MESA, ARIZ.
71

RICH GLEGHORN - SPRINGFIELD, MO.
72
BILL MCDONALD - TROY, MICH.
72
A - GARY ROLES - OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
73
A - RON EILERS - COLUMBIA, MO.
73

BRAD LARSEN - OCEANSIDE, CALIF.
72
RANDY BLACKMAN - GLENDORA, CALIF.
73
YANG CHUNG - FULLERTON, CALIF.
74
DOUG TAMBARA - HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
74
DON THAMES - RANCHO MURIETA, CALIF.
75
A - GUY MACLEOD - LA VERNE, CALIF.
75
A - JOHN MCCARTHY JR - VENTURA, CALIF.
75
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