2023 U.S. Open final qualifying: sites, live scores, qualifiers, notables

The U.S. Open trophy at Los Angeles Country Cub

Golfers all over the country are vying for spots at next week's U.S. Open.

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One of the most unique days on the golf calendar is upon us as the bulk of U.S. Open final takes place Monday.

The U.S. Open received a record number of entries this year and final qualifying is one of the toughest events to get through. Players either advanced from a local site or were exempted into the stage that consists of a one-day, 36-hole qualifier to determine who plays for the U.S.’s national championship.

As Golf Channel calls it, it’s Golf’s Longest Day.

The USGA is holding 10 of its 13 final qualifiers at various courses around the country on Monday with 878 players vying for just 64 spots at Los Angeles Country Club next week. Most of those spots are tied up in the two qualifiers in Ohio where several pros, like David Lipsky, who was one of the 54-hole co-leaders at the Memorial Tournament, will attempt to secure their spots in the U.S. Open.

There’s also a small qualifier near the site of this week’s PGA Tour event where PGA Championship cult hero Michael Block will compete ahead of his appearance in the RBC Canadian Open. Not just limited to pros, Block’s son, Dylan, is also trying to reach LACC by competing in the Hillcrest Country Club qualifier in Los Angeles.

There’s even a middle-schooler, 13-year-old Jaden Soong, taking a swing at the national championship.

The qualifiers today will be added to the three held before Monday in Japan, England and Texas to round out next week’s field for the 123rd U.S. Open. You can find results for those three qualifiers and follow along for live updates at the ten others taking place below.


Tacoma Country & Golf Club, Lake Wood, Wash.:
53 players, 2 qualifying spots

Jesse Schutte (-3)
Alexander Yang (a)

Notables who failed to qualify:
Spencer Tibbits
Noah Woolsey

Lambton Golf & Country Club, Toronto, Ontario:
27 players, 3 qualifying spots

Ryan Gerard (-11)
Vincent Norrman (-8)
Ryan Armour (-7)

Notables who failed to qualify:
Ludvig Aberg
Michael Block
Harry Higgs
Maverick McNealy
Jimmy Walker
Harry Hall

Hillcrest Country Club, Los Angeles, Calif.:
89 players, 5 qualifying spots

Qualifed (Not final):
Omar Morales (-12)
Barclay Brown (-10)
David Puig

A 3-for-2 playoff will be held Tuesday morning between Charley Hoffman, amateur Preston Summerhays and Josh Anderson.

Notables who failed to qualify:
Dylan Block
Jaden Soong
Brendan Steele
Norman Xiong

Pine Tree Golf Club, Boynton Beach, Fla.:
51 players, 3 qualifying spots

Austen Truslow (-5)
Brendan Valdes (a) (-3)
Carlos Ortiz (-2) (Playoff)

Notables who failed to qualify:
Cristian DiMarco
Cameron Kuchar
Matthew Wolff (W/D)

Hawks Ridge Golf Club, Ball Ground, Ga.:
43 players, 3 qualifying spots

Gordon Sargent (a) (-13)
Kyle Mueller (-11)
JJ Gray

Notables who failed to qualify:
Jackson Buchanan
Bill Haas
Patton Kizzire
Andy Ogletree

Woodmont Country Club (North), Rockville, Md.:
60 players, 4 qualifying spots

Karl Vilips (a) (-4)
Isaac Simmons (a)
Sebastian Munoz (-3) (Playoff)
Michael Brennan (a) (-3) (Playoff)

Notables who failed to qualify:
Joseph Bramlett
Devin Gee
Marc Leishman

Canoe Brook Country Club, Summit, N.J.:
67 players, 4 qualifying spots

Michael Thorbjornsen (a) (-8)
Berry Henson (-7)
Christian Cavaliere (a) (-6)
Andrew Svoboda (-5) (Playoff)

Notables who failed to qualify: 
Raymond Floyd Jr.
Stewart Hagestad
Jim Herman
Derek Hitchner
Kelly Kraft
Matt Parziale
Cameron Tringale

Lakes Golf & Country Club/Brookside Golf & C.C., Columbus, Ohio:
103 players, 11 qualifying spots

Olin Brown Jr. (-11)
Davis Thompson (-10)
Eric Cole (-9)
Nicolas Echavarria
Corey Pereira
Luke List
Stewart Cink
Patrick Rodgers
Kevin Streelman (-8) (Playoff)
Nick Dunlap (a) (Playoff)
David Nyfjall (a) (Playoff)

Notables who failed to qualify:
Cameron Champ
Kevin Chappell
Pierceson Coody
Luke Donald (WD)
Lucas Glover
Lanto Griffin
Zach Johnson
David Lipsky
Geoff Ogilvy
Chez Reavie
Brendon Todd
Peter Uihlein

Springfield Country Club, Springfield, Ohio:
75 players, 5 qualifying spots

Sam Stevens (-13)
Taylor Pendrith (-10)
Nick Hardy (-8)
Dylan Wu (-7) (Playoff)
Alex Schaake (-7) (Playoff)

Notables who failed to qualify:
Beau Hossler
Willie Mack III
Troy Merritt
Scott Piercy
Sam Stevens
Brian Stuard
Kramer Hickock
JJ Spaun

Old Chatham Golf Club, Durham, N.C.:
76 players, 5 qualifying spots

Yuto Katsuragawa (-12)
Paul Barjon (-11)
McClure Meissner
Frankie Capan

Notables who failed to qualify:
John Augenstein
Chesson Hadley
Spencer Levin
Dylan Menante
Doc Redman
Bo Van Pelt
Harold Varner III
Brandon Hagy
Sam Saunders


Walton Heath Golf Club, Surrey, England:
84 players, 7 qualifying spots

Deon Germishuys (-10)
David Horsey (-9)
Wilco Nienaber
Ross Fisher
Matthieu Pavon (-8)
Jens Dantorp
Alejandro Del Rey

Notables who failed to qualify:
Edoardo Molinari
Tom Lewis
Jazz Janewattananond
Paul Dunne
Kiradech Aphibarnrat

Ibaraki Golf Club (West Course), Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan:
29 players, 3 qualifying spots

Gunn Charoenkul (-14)
Ryutaro Nagano (-11)
Ryo Ishikawa (-9)

Notables who failed to qualify:
Keita Nakajima
Shaun Norris
Yuta Ikeda
Satoshi Kodaira

Northwood Club and Bent Tree Country Club, Dallas, TX:
120 players, 8 qualifying spots

Carson Young (-16)
Austin Eckroat (-11)
Brent Grant (-10)
Paul Haley (-9)
Sergio Garcia
Roger Sloan
Jacob Solomon (-8)
Hank Lebioda

Notables who failed to qualify:
Michael Kim
Ryan Palmer
Ryan Moore
Graeme McDowell
Brandon Wu
Doug Ghim
Cody Gribble
Yannik Paul
Austin Cook
Martin Laird
Will Gordon
Henrik Norlander
Chad Ramey
J.B. Holmes
Branden Grace

Jack Hirsh

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Jack Hirsh is an assistant editor at GOLF. A Pennsylvania native, Jack is a 2020 graduate of Penn State University, earning degrees in broadcast journalism and political science. He was captain of his high school golf team and recently returned to the program to serve as head coach. Jack also still *tries* to remain competitive in local amateurs. Before joining GOLF, Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend, Oregon, primarily as a Multimedia Journalist/reporter, but also producing, anchoring and even presenting the weather. He can be reached at jack.hirsh@golf.com.



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