2023 Fact Sheet
US Open Final Stage Qualifying  – Springfield, OH Springfield Country Club, Monday, June 5, 2023
Countries Represented 6 - Belgium, Canada, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan
States Represented 25 - AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, MI, MN, MO, NE, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, TN, TX, UT, WI

States Most Represented 10 - Ohio and Michigan, 8 - Illinois
Oldest Player in Field  Davis Love III, 59 Years Old
Youngest Player in Field  PJ Maybank, 18 Years Old
Amateurs in Field 29
Professionals in Field 49
Major Champions in Field 1 - Davis Love III
US Amateur Champions in Field 1 - James Piot in 2021
Western Amateur Champions in Field 2 - Austin Greaser in 2022, Beau Hossler in 2014
PGA Tour Wins in Field34 - Ryan Brehm (1), Robert Garrigus (1), Nick Hardy (1), Davis Love III (21), Troy Merritt (2), Scott Piercy (4) JJ Spaun (1), Robert Streb (2), Brian Stuard (1)
Korn Ferry Wins in Field Rese14 - Zac Blair (1), Ryan Brehm (2), Kramer Hickok (1), Bo Hoag (1), Mark Hubbard (1), Max McGreevy (1), Troy Merritt (1), Scott Piercy (2), JJ Spaun (1), Robert Strb (2), Dylan Wu (1)
Qualifiers Exempt into Final Stage 28 - Zac Blair, Ryan Brehm, Shih Chang Chan, Matthys Daffue, Thomas Detry, Chris French, Robert Garrigus, Austin Greaser, Nick Hardy, Kramer Hickok, Bo Hoag, Beau Hossler, Mark Hubbard, Davis Love III, Max McGreevy, Troy Merritt, Maxwell Moldovan, Taylor Pendrith, Scott Piercy, James Piot, JJ Spaun, Ross Steelman. Samuel Stevens, Robert Streb, Brian Stuard, Vincent Whaley, Wyatt Worthington II, Dylan Wu

Positions into Championship TBA 
2022 Contestants in 2023 Q Field18 - John Aber, William Anderson, Zac Blair, Ryan Brehm, Jackson Chandler, MJ Daffue, William Frazier, Nick Hardy, Bo Hoag, Beau Hossler, Mac McClear, Troy Merritt, Maxwell Moldovan, Scott Piercy, Samuel Stevens, Robert Streb, Brian Stuard, Daniel Tanaka
Qualifiers Back in 2023MJ Daffue, Brian Stuard, Beau Hossler, Maxwell Moldovan, Troy Merritt, Bo Hoag, Samuel Stevens, Nick Hardy
Brian StuardHas qualified 7 times in 11 attempts (2023 will be his 12th appearance at the qualifier) – His previous successful qualifying appearances are 2022*,2021, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2014*, 2013* (*Medalist) 
In PGA Tour - Memorial Field 9 - MJ Daffue, Thomas Detry, Nick Hardy, Bo Hoag, Beau Hossler, Troy Merritt, Taylor Pendrith, JJ Spaun, Samuel Stevens
PGA Professionals in FieldResearching
Championship Websitewww.usopen.com
DatesJune 15-18, 2023
Championship SiteThe Los Angeles Country Club in Los Angeles, CA
Championship Eligibility Be a professional or an amateur with a USGA Handicap Index® not exceeding 1.4.
Final FieldThe final field will be comprised of 156 players, the low 60 scorers (and ties) will advance to weekend play
Local Qualifying Local qualifying is 18 holes of stroke play taking place April 17 through May 22  See Local Qualifying Results
Final QualifyingParticipants must have advanced through one of 111 world-wide local qualifying sites or be exempt from local qualifying. 
Final Qualifying SiteSpringfield Country Club, Springfield, Ohio
Final Qualifying Site Websitewww.usopen-mvga.org
Final Q Course Par and YardageSpringfield C.C. will play to a yardage of 6,608 and a par 35-35 – 70.
Final Q Course Slope and RatingThe course slope is 133 and rating is 72.1.
Golf Course Architect Donald Ross; Green and bunker renovations in 2011 by Forse Design
Previous Low Scorers 2022 U.S. Open Final Qualifying (Matthys Daffie & Brian Stuard - 133) (Springfield CC)
2021 U.S. Open Final Qualifying (Carson Schaake - 131) (Springfield CC)
2019 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Chip McDaniel, Nick Hardy, Brian Stuard & Zac Blair - 134) (Springfield CC)
2018 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Will Grimmer - 135) (Springfield CC)
2017 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Corey Conners - 128) (Springfield CC)
2016 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Nick Hardy - 134) (Springfield CC)
2015 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Michael Davan - 131) (Springfield CC)
2014 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Brian Stuard - 129) (Springfield CC)
2013 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Brian Stuard - 129) (Springfield CC)
2012 U.S Open Sectional Qualifying (Brice Garnett - 131) (Springfield CC)
2011 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Seung Yul Noh - 132) (Springfield CC)
2010 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Brian Davis - 131) (Springfield CC)
2009 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Courtland Lowe - 130) (NCR CC - South)

2008 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying (Peter Tomasulo - 128) (Springfield CC)
Springfield CC History The Springfield Country Club was founded in 1898. The original club was located at the corner of Limestone and McCreight streets. The club moved to its current location in 1906 when a group of members wanted a new “sporty” golf links with grass greens rather than the sand greens and 18 holes rather than 9 holes the original location offered. .
In 1922 a massive fire destroyed the clubhouse. The present day clubhouse was competed in 1924.
Renowned golf course architect, Donald Ross was hired to design and build the current course. Construction began in 1921 and the course was competed in 1922. Although many things have changed over the years, our golf course has remained rather close to the original design Mr. Ross envisioned nearly 90 years ago.
Over the years, Springfield Country Club has served as host to numerous golf events. The Ohio Amateur was first played here in 1933. Since then the club has gone on to host several Ohio Amateur Qualifiers, Ohio Amateurs, Ohio Senior Amateurs, U.S. Senior Challenge and U.S. Open Sectional Qualifiers; all have been a proud part or our storied history.  The Ohio Amateur was last hosted at Springfield CC in July of 2017 and was won by Austin Sipe from Dayton, OH.
SpectatorsThere is no charge for spectators; spectators carts are not permitted.
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