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Two-time champion Lee Janzen has been knocked out of U.S. Open qualifying for wearing metal spikes at a golf course that doesn't allow them.
Qualifiers from those sites and the international sectionals in Japan and England to be held May 27 will join the field for the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa., June 13-16.
A penny saved might be a penny earned. But as a professional golfer, especially one struggling to make a living, it's about earning every single penny.
Saturday night, June 4, Michael Tobiason Jr. drove from Wilmington, Del., down to Maryland for sectional qualifying for the U.S. Open. Having to make the top 10 out of more than 100 competitors, the teaching instructor with no history of success at this level wasn't expected to make it.
It's hard to sum up just how emotional Fred Funk's day at Woodmont Country Club was back on June 6. With his 15-year-old son, Taylor, caddying for him and his wife, Sharon, by his side, Funk qualified for the U.S. Open.
Last summer, Michael Tobiason Sr. walked off the golf course, his skin yellow, and soon after he died of cholangiocarcinoma — bile duct cancer. On Monday, Michael Tobiason Jr. walked off the golf course having earned a spot in next week's U.S. Open.
Fred Funk was close to quitting golf. Maybe not forever, but he "just needed to get away from it." His inability to finish a round or play like himself was getting to him.
Drew Weaver admits he doesn't think about April 16, 2007, every day. He still was a student at Virginia Tech when Seung-Hui Cho killed 32 people on the campus that day.
Steve Wheatcroft completed his domination of the Melwood Prince George's County Open with a flourish, making an eagle on the final hole to claim his first tournament win.