2011 U.S. Open: The full field
Monday, June 13, 2011
BETHESDA, Md. — The 156-man field for the 111th U.S. Open, which starts Thursday at Congressional Country Club (players listed only in the first category for which they are eligible. a-amateur):
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U.S. Open champions (10 years): Graeme McDowell, Lucas Glover, Angel Cabrera, Geoff Ogilvy, Michael Campbell, Retief Goosen, Jim Furyk.
U.S. Amateur champion and runner-up: a-Peter Uihlein, a-David Chung.
Masters champions (5 years): Charles Schwartzel, Phil Mickelson, Trevor Immelman, Zach Johnson.
British Open champions (5 years): Louis Oosthuizen, Stewart Cink, Padraig Harrington.
PGA champions (5 years): Martin Kaymer, Y.E. Yang.
Players Championship winner (3 years): K.J. Choi, Henrik Stenson.
Top 10 and ties from 2010 U.S. Open: Gregory Havret, Ernie Els, Matt Kuchar, Davis Love III, Brandt Snedeker, Alex Cejka, Dustin Johnson.
Top 30 players from the 2010 PGA Tour money list: Steve Stricker, Luke Donald, Paul Casey, Justin Rose, Hunter Mahan, Jeff Overton, Bo Van Pelt, Bubba Watson, Camilo Villegas, Ryan Palmer, Robert Allenby, Bill Haas, Jason Day, Rickie Fowler, Ben Crane, Anthony Kim, Charley Hoffman, Rory McIlroy, Nick Watney, Adam Scott, Heath Slocum.
2010 Tour Championship field: Ryan Moore, Kevin Streelman, Kevin Na, Martin Laird.
Top 15 from the 2010 European Tour money list: Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, Francesco Molinari, Robert Karlsson, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Edoardo Molinari, Alvaro Quiros.
Top 10 players on the 2011 PGA Tour money list through May 23: David Toms, Mark Wilson, Aaron Baddeley, Rory Sabbatini.
Multiple winners of PGA Tour events from June 20, 2010, through June 12, 2011: Jonathan Byrd.
Top two players from 2010 Japan Golf Tour money list, provided they are in the top 75 at the end of 2010: K.T. Kim, Hiroyuki Fujita.
Top 50 from the world ranking published on May 23: Matteo Manassero, Ryo Ishikawa, Peter Hanson.
Top 50 from the world ranking published on June 13: Gary Woodland.
Sectional qualifying (36 holes): Do-Hoon Kim, Scott Barr, Kenichi Kuboya, Sang-Moon Bae, Kim Dae-Hyun, Nicolas Colsaerts, Shane Lowry, Maarten Lafeber, Thomas Levet, Robert Rock, David Howell, Stephen Gallacher, Alexander Noren, Marcel Siem, Robert Dinwiddie, Johan Edfors, Andreas Harton, a-Russell Henley, Chez Reavie, Brandt Jobe, Robert Garrigus, Justin Hicks, Nick O'Hern, a-Patrick Cantlay, Marc Turnesa, John Senden, D.A. Points, Marc Leishman, Kevin Chappell, Tim Petrovic, Scott Hend, Webb Simpson, a-Brad Benjamin, S.K. Noh, Kirk Triplett, Jon Mills, Fred Funk, Ty Tryon, Will Wilcox, Sunghoon Kang, Michael Putnam, Scott Piercy, Andres Gonzales, Fredrik Jacobson, Sergio Garcia, Brian Gay, Chad Campbell, Briny Baird, Todd Hamilton, Harrison Frazar, Greg Chalmers, Matt Richardson, Geoffrey Sisk, a-Cheng-tsung Pan, Chris Williams, Adam Hadwin, Jason Dufner, J.J. Henry.
Local (18 holes) and sectional qualifying: Ryan Nelson, a-Brett Patterson, Adam Long, Chris Wilson, Bennett Blakeman, Chris Deforest, Jesse Hutchins, Elliot Gealy, Michael Tobiason Jr., Bubba Dickerson, Christo Greyling, David May, Joey Lamielle, a-Michael Barbosa, Sam Saunders, a-Bud Cauley, Michael Smith, Alexander Rocha, John Ellis, Wes Heffernan, a-Scott Pinckney, Matthew Edwards, a-Beau Hossler, a-Steven Irwin, Brian Locke, a-Michael Whitehead, Zack Byrd, Brad Adamonis.
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