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U.S. Open Championship Local Qualifying Results from RTJ at Silver Lakes in Glencoe, AL

Robbie Shelton of Wilmer, AL cards a 69 to earn Medalist honors

GLENCOE, AL – Final results from U.S. Open Championship Local Qualifying hosted by RTJ at Silver Lakes in Glencoe, AL on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 (7177 yards, par 36-36—72, Course/Slope Rating: 74.8/143).

Five qualifying spots and two alternate positions were available at this qualifying site. 

Robert Shelton IV of Wilmer, AL carded a three-under 69 to take medalist honors. Lee McCoy of Jupiter, FL (70); Samuel Love of Trussville, AL (71); Michael Peter of Fort Myers, FL (71) and David Skinns of England (72) took the other remaining qualifying spots.

David Skinns won the last qualifying spot via a four-for-one playoff with a birdie on the fourth playoff hole.

The five qualifiers advanced to sectional qualifying that will be played at 12 sites located throughout the U.S. (10 sites) and internationally in England (1) and Japan (1).

Hole-by-hole scoring times can be viewed here:  https://www.ghintpp.com/bamagolf/TPPOnlineScoring/ResultsStroke.aspx?id=329


This qualifier was conducted by the Alabama Golf Association on behalf of the United States Golf Association.

 

*(a) = amateur

                                   

Place

Competitor

Score

 

Qualifiers

 

1

Robert Shelton IV, Wilmer, Ala. 

36-33--69  (-3)

2

Lee McCoy, Jupiter, Fla. 

35-35--70  (-2)

T3

Samuel Love, Trussville, Ala. 

37-34--71  (-1)

T3

Michael Peter, Fort Myers, Fla. 

36-35--71  (-1)

T5

David Skinns, England 

35-37--72  (Even)

 

Alternates

 

T5

(1st Alt) Reagan Harrell, Guntersville, Ala. (a)

36-36--72  (Even)

T5

(2nd Alt) Jacob Tucker, Cullman, Ala.

36-36--72  (Even)

 

Failed to Qualify

 

T5

William Walker, Tuscaloosa, Ala. (a)

35-37--72  (Even)

T9

Ryan Benton, Dothan, Ala. (a)

37-36--73  (+1)

T9

Nick Davis, Springville, Ala. 

35-38--73  (+1)

T9

Camilo Aguado, Jacksonville, Ala. (a)

36-37--73  (+1)

T9

Derek Rende, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

37-36--73  (+1)

T9

Jared O'Kelley, Canton, Ga. (a)

37-36--73  (+1)

14

Connor Slane, Helena, Ala. (a)

38-36--74  (+2)

T15

Wes Gosselin, Knoxville, Tenn. (a)

38-37--75  (+3)

T15

Paul McClure, Mobile, Ala. 

41-34--75  (+3)

T15

Brant Bishop, Muscle Shoals, Ala. (a)

37-38--75  (+3)

T18

Chris Nicol, Marietta, Ga. 

36-40--76  (+4)

T18

Kevin Burns, Canton, Ga. (a)

37-39--76  (+4)

T18

Bradley Long, Birmingham, Ala. 

39-37--76  (+4)

T18

Robby Prater, Birmingham, Ala. (a)

39-37--76  (+4)

T22

Rovonta Young, Huntsville, Ala. (a)

38-39--77  (+5)

T22

Jeff Ely, Atlanta, Ga. 

40-37--77  (+5)

T22

Pablo Andres Torres, Jacsonville, Ala. (a)

39-38--77  (+5)

T22

Spike McRoy, Huntsville, Ala. 

35-42--77  (+5)

T22

Chip Deason, Evans, Ga. 

36-41--77  (+5)

T22

Jared Bettcher, Auburn, Ala. (a)

40-37--77  (+5)

T22

Taylor McCullum, Hoover, Ala. (a)

39-38--77  (+5)

T22

Justin Kim, Rome News Tribune, Ga. (a)

36-41--77  (+5)

T30

Atharv Argade, Deatsville, Ala. (a)

40-38--78  (+6)

T30

Jake Tiffin, Hartselle, Ala. (a)

41-37--78  (+6)

T30

Scott Strohmeyer, Auburn, Ala. 

36-42--78  (+6)

T30

Wilson McDonald, Mobile, Ala. 

36-42--78  (+6)

T30

Lance Evans, Oxford, Ala. (a)

37-41--78  (+6)

T30

Trey Delgreco, Birmingham, Ala. (a)

41-37--78  (+6)

T36

Logan Archer, Oxford, Ala. (a)

41-38--79  (+7)

T36

Jake Nolen, Homewood, Ala. (a)

40-39--79  (+7)

T36

Andrew Weathers, Chattanooga, Tenn. (a)

37-42--79  (+7)

T36

Calum Masters, Headland, Ala. (a)

38-41--79  (+7)

T40

Morgan Driskell, Maylene, Ala. 

38-42--80  (+8)

T40

David Cooke, Vestavia, Ala. 

41-39--80  (+8)

T40

Dakota Terry, Trinity, Ala. (a)

41-39--80  (+8)

T40

Robert Dixon, Marietta, Ga. 

39-41--80  (+8)

T44

Jack Sims, Glencoe, Alabama (a)

40-41--81  (+9)

T44

Michael Hicks, Birmingham, Ala. (a)

38-43--81  (+9)

T44

Adam Easterling, Clanton, Ala. 

43-38--81  (+9)

T47

Richard Douglas, Birmingham, Ala. (a)

38-44--82  (+10)

T47

Ted Fort, Woodstock, Ga. 

41-41--82  (+10)

T47

Nick Robillard, Birmingham, Ala. (a)

41-41--82  (+10)

T47

John Hilliard Catanzaro, Gadsden, Ala. (a)

41-41--82  (+10)

T47

Bo Hayes, Southside, Ala. (a)

41-41--82  (+10)

52

Austen Giesie, Charlotte, N.C. 

41-42--83  (+11)

T53

Layton Bussey, Anniston, Ala. (a)

44-41--85  (+13)

T53

Felix Ronderos, Mobile, Ala. (a)

45-40--85  (+13)

T55

Nicholas Vick, Birmingham, Mich. (a)

42-44--86  (+14)

T55

Chase Bagwell, Dothan, Ala. 

44-42--86  (+14)

T57

Jordan Bethune, Fort Payne, Ala. (a)

38-49--87  (+15)

T57

J. Michael Riley, Mobile, Ala. (a)

36-51--87  (+15)

T57

Johnny Komara, Huntsville, Ala. (a)

48-39--87  (+15)

T57

John Snoddy, Vestevia Hills, Ala. (a)

42-45--87  (+15)

T57

Brandon Griffin, Birmingham, Ala. (a)

43-44--87  (+15)

62

John Gandy, Chattanooga, Tenn. (a)

48-41--89  (+17)

T63

Brandon O'Kray, Starkville, Miss. (a)

46-44--90  (+18)

T63

Nicholas Cortez, Hoover, Ala. (a)

46-44--90  (+18)

65

Michael Gibson, Homewood, Ala. (a)

47-49--96  (+24)

66

Christopher Burley, Jacksonville, Ala. 

44-63--107  (+35)

67

Clifton McDonald, Meridian, Miss. 

59-68--127  (+55)

T68

Cody Robinson, Tallapoosa, Ga. 

NC  (NC)

T68

Kyle Sapp, Gardendale, Ala. 

NC  (NC)

T68

Jay McLuen, Forsyth, Ga. 

WD  (WD)

T68

Matthew Gourgeot, Decatur, Ala. (a)

WD  (WD)

T68

Trey Tobias, Franklin, Tenn. (a)

WD  (WD)

T68

Brandon Godwin, Montgomery, Ala. 

WD  (WD)

T68

Sepp Straka, Valdosta, Ga. 

WD  (WD)

T68

Jake Dezoort, Tuscaloosa, Ala. (a)

WD  (WD)

T68

Rick Riley, Sylacauga, Ala. (a)

WD  (WD)

T68

Jacob Hastings, McCalla, Ala. (a)

WD  (WD)

T68

Edward Michaels IV, Brentwood, Tenn. 

WD  (WD)

 

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