U.S. Open

US Open 2022: Here’s everyone who has qualified to compete at The Country Club in Brookline

By Jay Coffin
The US Open field is starting to fill itself in as the 122nd playing of the championship, held June 16-19 at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, draws closer. The last time the US Open was at the famed club was in 1988, when Curtis Strange defeated Nick Faldo in an 18-hole playoff to win his first of consecutive US Open titles.

Of course, The Country Club also hosted the 1999 Ryder Cup, when the United States made its historic comeback from a 10-6 deficit entering Sunday singles to defeat Europe, 14.5-13.5. Among other big events, the course also hosted the 2013 US Amateur (won by Matt Fitzpatrick), the 1995 US Women’s Amateur (won by Kelli Kuehne) and two other US Opens — the historic 1913 event when 20-year-old amateur Francis Ouimet defeated Harry Vardon and Ted Ray in a playoff — and the 1963 edition, where Julius Boros beat Arnold Palmer and Jacky Cupit in a playoff.

A year ago at Torrey Pines, Jon Rahm captured his first major championship when he made birdie on the 17th and 18th holes to shoot 67 and overcome a three-shot deficit to win the US Open. He defeated Louis Oosthuizen by one and Harris English by three.

In April, the USGA announced 48 golfers were fully exempt into this year’s championship, including 12 past US Open winners. On May 23, 30 more players were added to the field, many thanks to being ranked inside the top 60 of the Official World Golf Ranking. Among those on that list were Will Zalatoris, Adam Scott and Mito Pereira, who took a one-shot lead into the 72nd hole at the PGA Championship and made double bogey to tie for third place. His disappointing finish, however, moved him up 51 positions in the World Ranking and earned him a US Open exemption.

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There remain a handful of ways for players to still earn a spot into the field at Brookline. Nine venues host 36-hole final qualifying events on June 6. (Two Final Qualifiers have already been played, with 12 players proudly earning spots, see below).

In addition, the top 10 aggregate point earners, who are otherwise not exempt, in the four-event US Open 2022 European Qualifying Series (British Masters, Soudal Open, Dutch Open and European Open) will earn places in the US Open. Any multiple winners of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation for the season-ending Tour Championship also earn an exemption, as do any golfers who are in the OWGR top 60 as of June 6 and have not otherwise qualified.

Here is a list of the all the players who have qualified for the US Open field so far.

Abraham Ancer, 11, 20
Ardi Arnaus, 20
Daniel Berger, 2, 20
Richard Bland, 20
Keegan Bradley, 20
Sam Burns, 11, 20
Patrick Cantlay, 11, 12, 20
Paul Casey, 2, 20
Stewart Cink, 11
Corey Conners, 11, 20
Sean Crocker, Final qualifying
Bryson DeChambeau, 1, 11, 20
Nicholas Dunlap (a), 5
Harris English, 2, 11, 20
Tony Finau, 11, 20
Jim Furyk, 3
Matt Fitzpatrick, 20
Tommy Fleetwood, 20
Sergio Garcia, 11, 20
Talor Gooch, 20
Branden Grace, 2
Austin Greaser (a), 5
Stewart Hagestad (a), 5
Brian Harman, 20
Tyrrell Hatton, 20
Russell Henley, 20
Lucas Herbert, 20
Tom Hoge, 20
Max Homa, 12, 20
Blily Horschel, 10, 11, 20
Rikuya Hoshino, Final qualifying
Viktor Hovland, 11, 20
Mackenzie Hughes, Final qualifying
Sungjae Im, 11, 20
Daijiro Izumida, Japan, Final qualifying
Dustin Johnson, 1, 6, 11, 20
Martin Kaymer, 1
Joohyung Kim, 17
So Woo Kim, 20
Kevin Kisner, 20
Kurt Kitayama, Final qualifying
Brooks Koepka, 1, 2, 7, 11, 20
Jason Kokrak, 11, 20
Jinichiro Kozuma, Final qualifying
KH Lee, 20
Min Woo Lee, 20
Marc Leishman, 20
Shane Lowry, 8, 20
Hideki Matsuyama, 6, 11, 12, 20
Rory McIlroy, 2, 11, 20
Phil Mickelson, 7, 20
Guido Migliozzi, 2
Francesco Molinari, 7
Jed Morgan, 18
Collin Morikawa, 2, 7, 8, 11, 20
Sebastian Munoz, 20
Kevin Na, 11, 20
Keita Nakajima (a), 14
Matthew Nesmith, Final qualifying
Joaquin Niemann, 11, 20
Alex Noren, 20
Shaun Norris, 19
Andrew Novak, Final qualifying
Louis Oosthuizen, 2, 11, 20
Mito Pereira, 20
Thomas Pieters, 20
James Piot (a), 4
Seamus Power, 20
Jon Rahm, 1, 2, 11, 20
Patrick Reed, 6, 11, 20
Justin Rose, 1
Xander Schauffele, 2, 11, 15, 20
Scottie Scheffler, 2, 6, 11, 12, 20
Laird Shepherd (a), 13
Adam Scott, 20
Davis Shore, Final qualifying
Ben Silverman, Final qualifying
Webb Simpson, 1, 20
Todd Sinnott, Final qualifying
Roger Sloan, Final qualifying
Cameron Smith, 9, 11, 12, 20
Jordan Spieth, 1, 8, 11, 20
Scott Stallings, Final qualifying
Sepp Straka, 20
Tomoyasu Sugiyama, Final qualifying
Nick Taylor, Final qualifying
Justin Thomas, 7, 9, 11, 20
Cameron Tringale, 20
Erik van Rooyen, 11
Harold Varner III, 20
Travis Vick (a), Final qualifying
Gary Woodland, 1
Tiger Woods, 6
Cameron Young, 20
Will Zalatoris, 20

2022 US Open qualifying categories
1: Winners of the US Open the last 10 years (2012-21)
2: From the 2021 US Open, the 10 lowest scorers and anyone tying for 10th place
3: Winner of the 2021 US Senior Open
4: Winner of the 2021 US Amateur
5: Winners of the 2021 US Junior Amateur & US Mid-Amateur and the 2021 US Amateur runner-up (must be an amateur)
6: Winners of the Masters the last five years (2018-22)
7: Winners of the PGA Championship (2017-22)
8: Winners of The Open Championship the last five years (2017-21)
9: Winners of the 2021, 2022 Players Championship
10: Winner of the 2021 European Tour BMW PGA Championship
11: Those players who qualified for the 2021 Tour Championship
12: Multiple winners of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation (June 2021-June 2022)
13: Winner of the 2021 British Amateur (must be an amateur)
14: Winner of the 2021 Mark H. McCormack Medal (top-ranked in WAGR, must be an amateur)
15: Winner of the 2020 Olympic Gold Medal (contested in 2021)
16: From the four-event US Open 2022 European Qualifying Series (Betfred British Masters, Soudal Open, Dutch Open and Porsche European Open), the top 10 aggregate point earners that are not otherwise exempt
17: From the 2020-21 Asian Tour Final Order of Merit, the top finisher who is not otherwise exempt as of May 23
18: From the 2021-22 ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia Final Order of Merit, the top finisher who is not otherwise exempt as of May 23
19: From the 2021-22 Sunshine Tour Order of Merit, the leading player who is not otherwise exempt as of May 23
20: Top-60 point leaders and ties from the current Official World Golf Ranking as of May 23, 2022
21: Top-60 point leaders and ties from the current Official World Golf Ranking as of June 6, 2022
22: Special exemptions selected by the USGA

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