USGA Senior Amateur Qualifying Results - 2012


A = Alternate
(a) = amateur


Gus Sylvan - COLUMBIA, S.C.
71
Jim Wise - COLUMBIA, S.C.
71
Tim Dinwiddie - AFTON, TENN.
72
Mike Gravley - GREER, S.C.
72
A - John Dennis - GREENVILLE, S.C.
73
A - William Garahan - ROCK HILL, S.C.
73

Ben Hargis - ALEXANDRIA, LA.
74
Emile Vaughan - PIKE ROAD, ALA.
75
A - Michael Mozur - GULF BREEZE, FLA.
76
A - John Coles - BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
76

John Olive - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
72
Kelly Crone - ENGLEWOOD, COLO.
73
Hal Marshall - LITTLETON, COLO.
74
A - Bruce Hogg - COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
74
A - Kary Kaltenbacher - ENGLEWOOD, COLO.
76

Don Donatoni - MALVERN, PA.
72
Don Russell - TEQUESTA, FLA.
74
Joe Russo - SEWELL, N.J.
74
Greg Osborne - LITITZ, PA.
75
A - Alan Van Horn - AMBLER, PA.
75
A - Scott Carney - HATBORO, PA.
75

Robert Bachman - FARMINGTON, UTAH
70
Bill Probst - MIDWAY, UTAH
72
A - Ken Sowby - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
72
A - Rick Lloyd - SANDY, UTAH
73

Gerardo Ramirez - SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
72
A - Hunter Nelson - HOUSTON, TEXAS
73
A - January Peebles - LAKE CHARLES, LA.
74

Thomas Lynett - RYE, N.Y.
68
Jay Blumenfeld - PARSIPPANY, N.J.
69
Jay Sessa - GARDEN CITY, N.Y.
71
Ron Vannelli - EDISON, N.J.
72
George Zahringer - NEW YORK, N.Y.
72
A - David Weiniger - WARREN, N.J.
73
A - Nelson Debow - KINNELON, N.J.
73

Wesley Paxson Jr - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
72
David Mears - CITRA, FLA.
73
A - Mike Bodney - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
74
A - David Anthony - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
74

George Roat - WINDERMERE, FLA.
70
Doug Ritter - DAVIE, FLA.
71
Rick Woulfe - FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
71
A - Peter Wegmann - FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
72
A - Steve Sponder - COOPER CITY, FLA.
73

Gary Hardin - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
71
Gary Kirwan - MCKINNEY, TEXAS
71
Hal Wright - SHREVEPORT, LA.
71
Mike Puls - IRVING, TEXAS
72
A - Henry Coffman - MANSFIELD, TEXAS
72
A - James Peebles - FORT WORTH, TEXAS
72

Martin West - ROCKVILLE, MD.
69
Michael Occi - CLARKSVILLE, MD.
72
Mark Rallas - LEEBURG, VA.
72
A - Robert Morris - GREAT FALLS, VA.
74
A - Jerry Janeski - LITITZ, PA.
75

Marlin Detweiler - AKRON, PA.
73
Steven Ford - TRAPPE, MD.
73
Tom Hyland - MARLTON, N.J.
73
A - Casey Courneen - SEWICKLEY, PA.
74
A - Peter Van Ingen - NEW YORK, N.Y.
74

Dennis Younglove - DAVIS, CALIF.
69
George Kelley - MERCED, CALIF.
73
Peter Moren - DANVILLE, CALIF.
73
Gary Vanier - PLEASANT HILL, CALIF.
73
A - Stan Lefrak - FOLSOM, CALIF.
73
A - Jon Cook - BURLINGAME, CALIF.
73

Jim Knoll - SUNNYVALE, CALIF.
71
A - John Montross - RENO, NEV.
73
A - Jim Lockwood - SPARKS, NEV.
74

Steve Pelzl - ABERDEEN, S.D.
75
A - Jay Myhre - ROLETTE, N.D.
77
A - Thomas Olson - OMAHA, NEB.
77

Douglas Alt - SALINA, KAN.
68
A - Eric Mork - WICHITA, KAN.
73
A - Andy Smith - GLADSTONE, MO.
73

Don Marsh - JOHNS CREEK, GA.
71
Steve Golliher - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
72
Bill Clanton - LEESBURG, GA.
73
A - John Miller - BLOOMINGTON, IND.
73
A - Fred Peel - CHIPLEY, FLA.
74

Graham Cooke - CANADA
72
Chip Ward - SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT.
73
A - Josiah Bartlett - LINCOLN, VT.
73
A - Ian Harrison - HANOVER, MASS.
74

Armen Dirtadian - TUCSON, ARIZ.
68
Roger Brown - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
69
Davis Driver - EL PASO, TEXAS
69
Douglas Pool - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
69
A - Bob Burton - SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
70
A - Joel Wirth - CHANDLER, ARIZ.
70

Danny Green - JACKSON, TENN.
68
Neil Spitalny - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
71
George Walker - MOBILE, ALA.
71
A - William Bennett - NASHVILLE, TENN.
74
A - Tom Nesbitt - NASHVILLE, TENN.
75

Michael Hoefs - LINCOLN, NEB.
75
A - Dave Greenwood - OMAHA, NEB.
76
A - John Sajevic - FREMONT, NEB.
76

Jim McNelis - GIG HARBOR, WASH.
73
Rick Weihe - BELLINGHAM, WASH.
75
David Talcott - EDGEWOOD, WASH.
77
A - Larry Gilhuly - GIG HARBOR, WASH.
77
A - Michael Jonson - SAMMAMISH, WASH.
77

Jim Rollefson - FRANKLIN, WIS.
73
Blair Subry - WAUCONDA, ILL.
75
A - John Hogden - TAYLOR, WIS.
76
A - Randy Warobick - NORTH LAKE, WIS.
76

Richard Hunt - BIXBY, OKLA.
73
Robert Mase - TULSA, OKLA.
73
A - Don Quint - TULSA, OKLA.
74
A - Brad Miller - OWASSO, OKLA.
75

John Fritz - MINT HILL, N.C.
68
James Pearson - CHARLOTTE, N.C.
68
Donald Detweiler - RALEIGH, N.C.
69
Stephen Sharpe - GREENSBORO, N.C.
69
Randy Campbell - ASHEVILLE, N.C.
70
A - Bill Argabrite - KINGSPORT, TENN.
70
A - Denny Adkins - N MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.
70

Bill Tribou - LAKEVILLE, MASS.
70
Colin Ahern - ANDOVER, MASS.
72
Kevin Carey - SOUTH DENNIS, MASS.
72
Jack Kearney - PEACHTREE CITY, GA.
72
A - James Rose - RUMFORD, R.I.
73
A - Stephen Zaino - HOLLISTON, MASS.
73

Michael Stephens - CARMEL, IND.
71
Alan Fadel - TOLEDO, OHIO
74
Tom Perry - INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
74
A - Tim Sorrows - CINCINNATI, OHIO
74
A - Gordon Willins - WEST CHESTER, OHIO
75

Grady Brame Sr - HAMMOND, LA.
70
Michael Fosdick - THEODORE, ALA.
72
A - Bruce Holliday - PENSACOLA, FLA.
73
A - Robert Parmar - FAIRHOPE, ALA.
74

Robert Baker - LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
70
A - Douglas Farr - MONROE, LA.
73
A - Mark Bradshaw - CARENCRO, LA.
73

Mickey Jones - ODESSA, TEXAS
75
Marshall Morgan - ODESSA, TEXAS
75
A - Douglas Good - ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
76
A - Tom Schultz - TRINIDAD, COLO.
76

Doug Lacrosse - TAMPA, FLA.
70
Bruce Scamehorn - WINTER HAVEN, FLA.
70
Brian Hawke - TEMPLE TERRACE, FLA.
71
A - Ken Palladino - DUNEDIN, FLA.
75
A - Gene Smith - LOUISVILLE, KY.
75

Steve Paulsen - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
70
A - Frank Acker - HENDERSON, NEV.
71
A - John Garrett - LAS VEGAS, NEV.
73

Tom Norton - MUSCATINE, IOWA
75
A - James Curell - BOONE, IOWA
75
A - Robert Pomerantz - DES MOINES, IOWA
75

Raymond Emsley - DAVISBURG, MICH.
72
Mike Fedewa - CANTON, MICH.
72
Mark Mann - ANN ARBOR, MICH.
72
A - Russ Jimeson - ADA, MICH.
73
A - Dan Longeway - NORTHVILLE, MICH.
73

Vance Antoniou - NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.
68
Curtis Skinner - LAKE BLUFF, ILL.
68
David Lind - BURR RIDGE, ILL.
70
Bob Stephens - INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
70
Terry Werner - JOLIET, ILL.
70
A - Dave Ryan - TAYLORVILLE, ILL.
71
A - Joel Hirsch - HIGHLAND PARK, ILL.
71

David Mooty - EDEN PRAIRIE, MINN.
73
Leif Carlson - APPLE VALLEY, MINN.
74
Bob Griesgraber - VADNAIS HEIGHTS, MINN.
75
A - Timothy Andersen - CHASKA, MINN.
76
A - David Kokesh - BLOOMINGTON, MINN.
77

David Pulk - WILLIAMSBURG, VA.
70
Leon Roday - RICHMOND, VA.
70
A - Jeffrey Flax - VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
70
A - John Long - CENTREVILLE, VA.
71

Norton Brick - ELYRIA, OHIO
70
Lynn Martin - FINDLAY, OHIO
71
Andrew Conway - PITTSFORD, N.Y.
72
Richard Marlowe - YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO
72
A - Bob Paris - ERIE, PA.
73
A - Randall Yoder - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
73

David Jacobsen - PORTLAND, ORE.
71
A - Pat O'Donnell - HAPPY VALLEY, ORE.
72
A - Randall Mahar - PORTLAND, ORE.
75

John Hull - CLAYTON, MO.
69
Dennis Vaughn - GERMANTOWN, TENN.
70
A - Dennis Osborne - BALLWIN, MO.
71
A - Greg Long - EFFINGHAM, ILL.
73

Owen Joyner - SPRING, TEXAS
69
Jorge Gaudiano - MEXICO
72
Mike Booker - THE WODLANDS, TEXAS
73
Jarratt Jones - BOERNE, TEXAS
73
A - Gary Durbin - HOUSTON, TEXAS
73
A - Jimmy Burke - HOUSTON, TEXAS
74

David Szewczul - FARMINGTON, CONN.
68
Jim Bango - NORTH HAVEN, CONN.
71
John Ervasti - BROOKLYN, N.Y.
72
A - John Kiernan - GREENWICH, CONN.
72
A - Tom Gorman - EAST HARTFORD, CONN.
72

Stephen Fox - HUNTINGTON, W.VA.
71
G. Munroe Cobey - CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
74
Rick Luzar - PINEHURST, N.C.
74
A - Jack Allara - SALEM, VA.
74
A - Logan Jackson - WINSTON SALEM, N.C.
75

Don Eklund - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
70
Robert Dewitt - EAST AMHERST, N.Y.
72
A - J Michael Fetter - EAST AMHERST, N.Y.
72
A - Mike Cassell - HUDSON, OHIO
72

Steve Rogers - BOWLING GREEN, KY.
71
Ron Carter - MONTICELLO, IND.
72
A - Steve Humphrey - LEXINGTON, KY.
72
A - Thomas Scheuerman - PEWEE VALLEY, KY.
72

Michael Kawate - AIEA, HAWAII
73
A - Cyrus Whitney - ORO VALLEY, ARIZ.
74
A - Phillip Anamizu - KAHUKU, HAWAII
75

Ron Eilers - KANSAS CITY, MO.
73
A - Mike Grosdidier - BALDWIN CITY, KAN.
74
A - Gerald Siemons - JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
75

Sam Till Jr - FORT WAYNE, IND.
72
John Wray - FORT WAYNE, IND.
73
A - Kent Frandsen - LEBANON, IND.
76
A - Mark Inman - ZIONSVILLE, IND.
76

Doug Potter - COEUR D'ALENE, IDAHO
68
A - Earl Rife - KALISPELL, MONT.
77
A - Bobby Smith - WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS
78

Patrick Carrigan - WALNUT, CALIF.
70
Gregory Hetzer - SAN PEDRO, CALIF.
72
Christopher Blair - NIPOMO, CALIF.
73
James Seymour - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.
73
Casey Boyns - MONTEREY, CALIF.
74
A - Ralph Gallegos - WALNUT, CALIF.
74
A - Craig Calkins - MANHATTAN BEACH, CALIF.
74

Kevin Hayes - LA JOLLA, CALIF.
73
Robert Stahl - SANTA ANA, CALIF.
73
Stanley Kinsey - RANCHO SANTA FE, CALIF.
74
James Saivar - SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
74
A - Luis Carrasco - GARDEN GROVE, CALIF.
74
A - Mel Collins Jr - LONG BEACH, CALIF.
74
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