U.S. Open Local Qualifying in Arizona

The road to Pebble Beach for the 2019 U.S. Open Championship has begun after the USGA accepted 8,602 entries, comprised of professional and amateur golfers. With 110 local qualifying sites and 500 spots available for sectional qualifying, the Arizona Golf Association conducted four local qualifier with 19 spots up for grabs.

Sewailo Local Qualifier

The first to punch his ticket to golf’s ultimate test in Arizona was Stephen Allan. A six-under earned the Australian native medalist honors. University of Arizona junior, Brigg Duce carded a back nine 32 and finished his round at five-under (66). Also posting a 66, Drew Kittleson was the second amateur in the field to advance to sectional qualifying. Denzel Ieremia became one step closer to the U.S. Open after winning a playoff against University of Arizona Sophomore, Trevor Werbylo.

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The Country Club at DC Ranch U.S. Open Local Qualifier

Each carding a three-under 67, Billy Comeaux, Leon D’Souza, Bradley Harrelson and Daniel Sun topped the leader board securing their spots to sectional qualifying. Darren Fletcher registered two birdies on his last three holes to force a playoff and take the fifth qualifying spot.

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Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Local Qualifier

Blake WagonerBenjamin Shur, Kent Eger and  Jared du Toit all tied for medalist honors after posting a four-under 67 at Ak Chin Southern Dunes Local Qualifying. Arizona State junior, Blake Wagoner, was the only amateur in the field to qualify. Jeremy Paul locked in his qualifying spot after signing for a three-under 68.

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Phoenix Country Club Local Qualifier

Tyler Kertson, Matthew McClung and Richard Lee earned medalist honors with a four-under 67 at Phoenix Country Club. Tucker Wadkins and Shane Bacon clinched the last two qualifying spots finishing one stroke behind the medalists with a 68.

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