U.S. Open field: Updates on who’s in and who’s out

The 9th at Winged Foot.

The 2020 U.S. Open field will feature 144 competitors battling it out at Winged Foot.

Christian Hafer

The first major of the 2020-21 PGA Tour season is upon us (the PGA Championship technically happened last season) as the world’s best have descended on Mamaroneck, N.Y. to tackle Winged Foot Golf Club in what is sure to be a stern U.S. Open test. With the coronavirus pandemic throwing a wrench in qualifying, this year’s field has been filled out strictly by invitation, which is unconventional for an “open” championship, but sometimes you’ve got to play the hand you were dealt.

Despite the all-invitation field, the field still has plenty of amateurs and other longshots. The USGA made it a point to fill out the field as closely as possible to what a normal U.S. Open field would look like. For example, 10 spots were reserved for Korn Ferry Tour players, and 10 more for the top amateurs in the world.

All told, there will be 144 players who peg it this week at Winged Foot. Here’s who’s in and who’s out.

IN

Branden Grace – takes place of Scottie Scheffler

Rory Sabbatini – takes place of Sam Horsfield

Scottie Scheffler WD’d from the field Sunday afternoon after testing positive for Covid-19 prior to his departure from Dallas. He is replaced by Branden Grace, who, coincidentally, was forced to WD from the PGA Championship last month after testing positive for the coronavirus. Sam Horfield was also forced to WD following a positive test result upon arrival to the tournament. Veteran Rory Sabbatini will take his place in the field.

Check out the entire field below, which will be updated throughout the week.

U.S. Open field

Byeong-Hun An

Abraham Ancer

John Augenstein (a)

Danny Balin

Paul Barjon

Daniel Berger

Christiaan Bezuidenhout

Keegan Bradley

Rafael Cabrera Bello

Patrick Cantlay

Paul Casey

Ricky Castillo (a)

Cameron Champ

Corey Conners

Joel Dahmen

Jason Day

Bryson DeChambeau

Thomas Detry

Tyler Duncan

Harris English

Tony Finau

Matthew Fitzpatrick

Tommy Fleetwood

Rickie Fowler

Ryan Fox

Sergio Garcia

Lucas Glover

Branden Grace

Lanto Griffin

Chesson Hadley

Adam Hadwin

Cole Hammer (a)

Justin Harding

Brian Harman

Tyrrell Hatton

Scott Hend

Lucas Herbert

Jim Herman

Lee Hodges

Rasmus Hojgaard

Max Homa

Billy Horschel

Sam Horsfield – WD

Viktor Hovland

Charles Howell III

Mark Hubbard

Mackenzie Hughes

Sungjae Im

Shugo Imahira

Ryo Ishikawa

Stephan Jaeger

Jazz Janewattanond

Marty Jertson

Dustin Johnson

Zach Johnson

Matt Jones

Takumi Kanaya (a)

Sunghoon Kang

Martin Kaymer

Si Woo Kim

Chan Kim

Kevin Kisner

Kurt Kitayama

Jason Kokrak

Matt Kuchar

Romain Langasque

Danny Lee

Marc Leishman

Tom Lewis

Adam Long

Michael Lorenzo-Vera

Shane Lowry

Curtis Luck

Robert MacIntyre

Hideki Matsuyama

Daniel McCarthy

Graeme McDowell

Rory McIlroy

Troy Merritt

Lukas Michel (a)

Phil Mickelson

Collin Morikawa

Sebastian Munoz

Kevin Na

Joaquin Niemann

Alex Noren

Shaun Norris

Andy Ogletree (a)

Louis Oosthuizen

Adrian Otaegui

John Pak (a)

Ryan Palmer

Renato Paratore

Taylor Pendrith

Eddie Pepperell

Victor Perez

Thomas Pieters

J.T. Poston

Ian Poulter

Andrew Putnam

Jon Rahm

Chez Reavie

Patrick Reed

Davis Riley

J.C. Ritchie

Justin Rose

Eduard Rousaud (a)

Rory Sabbatini

Xander Schauffele

Scottie Scheffler – WD

Matthias Schwab

Adam Scott

Sandy Scott (a)

Greyson Sigg

Webb Simpson

Cameron Smith

Brandt Snedeker

Jordan Spieth

Henrik Stenson

Kevin Streelman

Steve Stricker

James Sugrue (a)

Andy Sullivan

Preston Summerhays (a)

Connor Syme

Justin Thomas

Michael Thompson

Davis Thompson (a)

Brendon Todd

Sami Valimaki

Erik Van Rooyen

Ryan Vermeer

Jimmy Walker

Matt Wallace

Paul Waring

Bubba Watson

Richy Werenski

Lee Westwood

Bernd Wiesberger

Danny Willett

Matthew Wolff

Gary Woodland

Tiger Woods

Brandon Wu

Chun An Yu (a)

Will Zalatoris

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Zephyr Melton is an assistant editor for GOLF.com where he spends his days blogging, producing and editing. Prior to joining the team at GOLF.com, he attended the University of Texas followed by stops with Team USA, the Green Bay Packers and the PGA Tour. He assists on all things instruction and is the staff’s self-appointed development tour “expert.”