US Open 2019: Who did and didn't qualify on Monday?

Check out some of the big names in golf who battled it out for US Open qualification.

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Wed, 5 Jun 2019
US Open qualifiers

The US Open, the third major of the year, kicks off next Thursday and while some of the biggest names in golf had automatic qualification, there were some stars of the sport who had to go through sectional qualifying on Monday in order to get to Pebble Beach.

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A huge number of PGA Tour professionals took part in a 36-hole qualifying round across the U.S, England and Canada, all battling it out for 75 spots.

This year's qualifying included a former World No.1, Masters Champion and some previous Ryder Cup stars. Check out the list below to see who did and didn't secure qualification for the US Open.


Thomas Pieters

Ollie Schniederjans

Anirban Lahiri

Sam Saunders

Jhonattan Vegas

Rory Sabbatini

Jason Dufner

Chesson Hadley

Luke Donald

Aaron Baddeley

Zac Blair

Mike Weir

Matt Parziale (a)

Stewart Hagestad (a)


Joel Dahmen (alternate)

Lee Westwood

Andrew Johnston

Edoardo Molinari

Ross Fisher

Austin Cook

Harris English

Padraig Harrington

Gary Nicklaus

Kelly Kraft

Cameron Champ

Max Homa

Steve Stricker

Brendan Steele

Beau Hossler

Shubhankar Sharma

Bill Haas

Joaquin Niemann

Harold Varner III

Ryan Moore

Charley Hoffman