International Field Number of players — There are 24 countries represented in the U. States Represented Number of players — There are 46 states represented in the U. Players in Field with Most U.
Amateur Players Who Competed in U. Senior Open Competitors 4: Mason Andersen19, of Chandler, Ariz. Open at Erin Hills, where he missed the cut by one stroke. He was chosen Arizona Golf Association player of the year.
Anderson, who is competing in his third consecutive U. Open sectional qualifying in Shintaro Ban22, of San Jose, Calif. Philip Barbaree20, of Shreveport, La. He is competing in his fourth U. Barbaree won the U.
Junior Amateur by defeating Andrew Orischak in 37 holes. He posted a championship record for largest comeback, coming from 5 down with eight holes to play. Barbaree won two Division I individual state high school championships and helped C. Byrd High garner the team title. He registered five top finishes this year, including a tie for 10th in the Southeastern Conference SEC Championship.
Garrett Barber18, of Stuart, Fla. He claimed the Florida Class 1A high school state championship Us amateur golf hall of six strokes with a hole score of under Luis Fernando Barco23, of Peru, is competing in his fourth consecutive U. Barco won the Mexican Amateur Championship with a 5-under for a five-stroke victory over runner-up Alvaro Ortiz.
He has won three tournaments this year, including the Terra Cotta Invitational on April As a senior at Purdue University inBarco was named to the Ping All-Region Team and posted the sixth-best single-season stroke average in school history Zach Bauchou22, of Forest, Va. He fired a final-round 66 for a three-stroke victory and tied the Us amateur golf hall of record at under-par overall. Bauchou, who was the 22nd American to claim the Canadian Amateur title last year, also finished third in both and Bauchou shot an 8-under for a one-stroke victory last August.
He earned second-team All-America and All-Big 12 Conference recognition while posting six top finishes. Jake Beber-Frankel16, of Miami, Fla. He tied for 16th in the Class 1A state high school championship as a member of the Ransom Everglades High team. He finished seventh in the state Boys Junior ages His grandfather, Max, was the executive editor of the New York Times.
Jacob Bergeron20, of Slidell, La. He is playing in his second consecutive U. Akshay Bhatia16, of Wake Forest, N. Junior Amateur, where he fell to Michael Thorbjornsen, 1 up, in the championship. Bhatia captured his second consecutive Boys Junior PGA title by one stroke with a hole score of under on Aug. InBhatia advanced to match play in both the U.
Junior Amateur and U. Nick Carlson21, of Hamilton, Mich.
Amateur, losing to eventual champion Curtis Luck, in 21 holes. He won two extra-holes matches and defeated Western Amateur champion Dylan Meyer in the quarterfinals. Chris Crisologo22, of Canada, will play in his Us amateur golf hall of consecutive Us amateur golf hall of. Brad Dalke20, of Norman, Okla. Dalke was the runner-up to Curtis Luck in the U.
Amateur and played in the Masters. Michael Feagles20, of Scottsdale, Ariz. Michael, who will be a junior at the University of Illinois, earned first-team All-Big Ten Conference honors this year after tying for fifth in the conference tournament.
Alex, who will be a freshman at Wake Forest University, was on the bag for his brother when he won the U. Luis Gagne20, of Orlando, Fla. Gagne was one of three current Louisiana State University players to qualify for the U. Gagne is competing in his third consecutive U. Amateur and reached the quarterfinals in Noah Goodwin18, of Corinth, Texas, is competing in his fourth U.
Amateur and ninth USGA championship.
He won the U. Junior Amateur by defeating Matthew Wolff, 1 up, in the hole final. He rallied from 4 down with eight holes left to win the championship and earn an exemption into the U. Goodwin became the third player to win after being runner-up the previous year, joining Mason Rudolph and Tim Straub Open champion Jordan Spieth.
Ben Greve37, of Minneapolis, Minn. Will Grimmer21, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was one of three amateurs to make the hole cut in the U. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, where he finished 66th.
He is playing Us amateur golf hall of his fifth consecutive U. Amateur and 12th USGA championship. He advanced to the Round of 32 at Olympia Fields Ill. Country Club in He qualified for the U. Open, where he was the youngest player age 17 in the field.
Stewart Hagestad27, of Newport Beach, Calif. Amateur and 15th USGA championship. Hagestad, who became the second-youngest Mid-Amateur champion, produced the largest comeback victory 4 down with 5 holes to play since a hole final was introduced in He was the low amateur in the Masters Tournament, tying for 36th.
Hagestad was a member of the University of Southern California golf team, graduating in Amateur Four-Ball with partner Garrett Barber. Hammer, who was the third-youngest player to compete in a U. Open when he played at Chambers Bay inis playing his second U. He reached the Round of 64 in at Olympia Fields Ill. Hammer captured the Western Amateur on Aug.
Hammer, who will attend the University of Texas in the fall, also claimed the Azalea Invitational when he defeated Hugo Bernard and Joseph Pagdin in a playoff. Scott Harvey40, of Greensboro, N.