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USGA: Storylines: U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying

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There's a guy named David Byrne, psycho killer, haha.

 

Fred Funk's son

 

Lee Janzen

 

Paul Casey, Tim Clark - didn't think they needed to qualify

K.J. Choi - Aw crap, I picked him in the contest. He's gotta qualify?

 

Who are you following?

 

http://www.usopen.com/en_US/news/articles/2014-05-30/201405301401471822006.html

post #2 of 5

Casey needs to qualify for pretty much everything in the US because he has done so little over there because of injuries. He won't need to qualify for the Open in the UK because he's been a top-ten finisher in that a couple of times. (I actually have a bet on him for that at 80/1, because a couple of weeks ago I noticed he was coming back to form, and I'm pleased to say his odds have shortened considerably following his performance at the Memorial). I hope he does qualify for the US Open and that he does well. He's a great ball-striker, and has a reputation for being a really nice guy, and he's had a tough time.

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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post

There's a guy named David Byrne, psycho killer, haha.

Qu'est-ce que c'est?

Actually, he won the Big Break a few seasons ago.
post #4 of 5
Quite a few of big names, hoping KJ can qualify and several other names such as Duval, Weir, Leonard, and David Toms
post #5 of 5
It looks like KJ won't qualify :( and it appears that the us open qualifying leaderboard is broken, duvals been stuck at -3 and not started round two for a few hours. Justin Leonard did qualify though, so that's nice.
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