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U.S. Open 2024: Here's everyone who is in the field at Pinehurst


Drew Hallowell

Two men’s majors down. Two more to go. After a thrilling finish at the PGA Championship, with Xander Schauffele claiming the Wanamaker Trophy with a 72nd-hole birdie to beat Bryson DeChambeau by a shot, next on the tee is the 2024 U.S. Open.

The USGA brings its marquee event back to Pinehurst No. 2 in June, the fourth time the famed Donald Ross course is hosting the national championship. The first came 25 years ago in 1999, when Payne Stewart won the U.S. Open for the second time in his career. In 2005, Michael Campbell pulled out the victory, and in 2014, Martin Kaymer dominated the field, winning by eight shots. Pinehurst has already been named site for the 2029, 2035, 2041 and 2047 U.S. Open along with several other USGA championships.

USGA officials proudly boast that the U.S. Open is the most democratic championship in golf. Any professional or amateur with a 0.4 handicap index can enter, with 10,052 doing so this year. And around half the spots in the 156-player field were earned via qualifying. The USGA conducted 100+ 18-hole Local Qualifiers. All players advancing then competed in 36-hole Final Qualifiers that were held at 13 sites, 10 in the U.S., one in England, one in Canada and one in Japan. Those wrapped up June 3, dubbed by some as "Golf's Longest Day," with some dramatic stories of young amateurs, first-time qualifiers and even a past U.S. Open champion (Webb Simpson) earning their way to start at Pinehurst.

The remainder of the field earned their places through 23 fully exempt categories, including defending champion Wyndham Clark and Tiger Woods, who accepted a special exemption into the event earlier this month. The final exempt spots were filled June 10 when anyone in the top 60 of the Official World Golf Ranking not already in the field at Pinehurst earns a spot. That included Robert MacIntyre and Adam Scott. Scott had to anxiously await the outcome of the Memorial Tournament to see if his spot would remain secure and his streak of consecutive majors played would increase to 92.

Also getting 11th-hour spots were Sergio Garcia, amateur Brendan Valdes, Otto Black and Maxwell Moldovan. All four were originally alternates out of Final Qualifying but advanced when spots held for Top 60 players weren't filled.

Here's the list then of the final field as of Monday morning. We'll continue to update this list should there be any withdrawals and replacements.


Ludvig Aberg, 21

Byeong Hun An, 21

Sam Bairstow, Qualifier

Parker Bell (a), Qualifer

Sam Bennett, Qualifier

Daniel Berger, Qualifier

Christiaan Bezuidenhout, 21

Akshay Bhatia, 21

Zac Blair, Qualifier

Keegan Bradley, 11, 21

Gunnar Broin (a), Qualifier

Jackson Buchanan (a), Qualifier

Dean Burmester, Qualifier

Sam Burns, 11, 21

Brian Campbell, Qualifier

Patrick Cantlay, 11, 21

Frankie Capan III, Qualifier

Eugenio Chacarra, Qualifier

John Chin, Qualifier

Luke Clanton (a), Qualifier

Wyndham Clark, 1, 2, 11, 21

Eric Cole, 21

Corey Conners, 11, 21

Cameron Davis, Qualifier

Jason Day, 11, 21

Santiago De la Fuente (a), 20

Bryson DeChambeau, 1, 21

Thomas Detry, 21

Nick Dunlap, 4

Nicolas Echavarria, Qualifier

Austin Eckroat, 2, 21

Harris English, 2, 21

Tony Finau, 11, 21

Matt Fitzpatrick, 1, 11, 21

Tommy Fleetwood, 2, 11, 21

Grant Forrest, Qualifier

Rickie Fowler, 2, 11, 21

Ryan Fox, 10

Sergio Garcia, Qualifier

Lucas Glover, 11, 12, 21

Max Greyserman, Qualifier

Emiliano Grillo, 11, 21

Chesson Hadley, Qualifier

Adam Hadwin, 21

Stewart Hagestad (a), 5

Brian Harman, 8, 11, 21

Tyrrell Hatton, 11, 21

Russell Henley, 11, 21

Jim Herman, Qualifier

Harry Higgs, Qualifier

Rico Hoey, Qualifier

Tom Hoge, 21

Nicolai Hojgaard, 21

Max Homa, 11, 21

Billy Horschel, 13

Rikuya Hoshino, 16

Beau Hossler, Qualifier

Viktor Hovland, 11, 12, 21

Mark Hubbard, Qualifier

Mackenzie Hughes, 13

Sungjae Im, 11, 21

Ryo Ishikawa, Qualifier

Stephan Jaeger, 21

Ben James (a), Qualifier

Casey Jarvis, Qualifier

Carter Jenkins, Qualifier

Dustin Johnson, 1, 2, 6

Takumo Kanaya, Qualifier

Sung Kang, Qualifier

Riki Kawamoto, Qualifier

Martin Kaymer, 1

Bryan Kim (a), 5

S.H. Kim, Qualifier

Si Woo Kim, 11, 21

Tom Kim, 2, 21

Chris Kirk, 21

Kurt Kitayama, 21

Frederik Kjettrup (a), Qualifier

Jake Knapp, 21

Brooks Koepka, 1, 7, 21

Ben Kohles, 14

Matt Kuchar, Qualifier

Min Woo Lee, 2, 21

Justin Lower, Qualifier

Shane Lowry, 8, 21

Robert MacIntyre, 22

Willie Mack III, Qualifier

Peter Malnati, 13

Matteo Manassero, Qualifier

Richard Mansell, Qualifier

Hideki Matsuyama, 6, 21

Logan McAllister, Qualifier

Denny McCarthy, 21

Ashton McCulloch (a), Qualifier

Michael McGowan, Qualifier

Rory McIlroy, 2, 11, 12, 21

Tom McKibbin, Qualifier

Mac Meissner, Qualifier

Adrian Meronk, 15

Phil Mickelson, 7

Maxwell Moldovan, Qualifier

Edoardo Molinari, Qualifier

Francesco Molinari, Qualifier

Taylor Moore, 11, 21

Omar Morales (a), Qualifier

Collin Morikawa, 7, 8, 11, 21

Chris Naegel, Qualifier

Alex Noren, 21

Matthieu Pavon, 21

Taylor Pendrith, 13

Victor Perez, 15

Chris Petefish, Qualifier

J.T. Poston, 21

Seamus Power, Qualifier

Colin Prater (a), Qualifier

David Puig, Qualifier

Jon Rahm, 1, 2, 6, 11, 21

Aaron Rai, Qualifier

Charles Reiter, Qualifier

Brandon Robinson Thompson, Qualifier

Robert Rock, Qualifier

Justin Rose, 21

Gordon Sargent (a), 18

Isaiah Salinda, Qualifier

Carson Schaake, Qualifier

Xander Schauffele, 2, 7, 11, 21

Scottie Scheffler, 2, 6, 9, 11, 12, 21

Adam Schenk, 11, 21

Adam Scott, 22

Jason Scrivener, Qualifier

Taisei Shimizu, Qualifier

Neal Shipley (a), 5

Greyson Sigg, Qualifier

Webb Simpson, Qualifier

Cameron Smith, 2, 8, 9

Jordan Spieth, 1, 11, 21

Sepp Straka, 11, 21

Adam Svensson, Qualifier

Andrew Svoboda, Qualifier

Hiroshi Tai (a), 19

Nick Taylor, 11, 21

Sahith Theegala, 21

Justin Thomas, 7, 21

Davis Thompson, Qualifier

Brendon Todd, Qualifier

Brendan Valdes (a), Qualifier

Erik van Rooyen

Joey Vrzich, Qualifier

Tim Widing, Qualifier

Wells Williams (a), Qualifier

Gary Woodland, 1

Tiger Woods, 23

Brandon Wu, Qualifier

Cameron Young, 21

Will Zalatoris, 21


F-1. Winners of the U.S. Open Championship the last 10 years (2014-23)

F-2. From the 2023 U.S. Open Championship, the 10 lowest scorers and anyone tying for 10th place

F-3. Winner of the 2023 U.S. Senior Open Championship

F-4. Winner of the 2023 U.S. Amateur Championship

F-5. Winners of the 2023 U.S. Junior Amateur and U.S. Mid-Amateur Championships, and the 2023 U.S. Amateur runner-up (must be an amateur)

F-6. Winners of the Masters Tournament from 2020-2024

F-7. Winners of the PGA of America Championship from 2019-2024

F-8. Winners of The Open Championship from 2019-23

F-9. Winners of The Players Championship from 2022-2024

F-10. Winner of the 2023 European BMW PGA Championship

F-11. Those players who qualified and were eligible for the season-ending 2023 Tour Championship

F-12. Multiple winners of PGA Tour events that award full-point allocation for the FedEx Cup, from the conclusion of the 2023 U.S. Open to the initiation of the 2024 U.S. Open:

F-13. The Top 5 players in the 2024 FedExCup standings as of May 20, 2024 who are not otherwise exempt

F-14. The points leader from the 2023 Korn Ferry Tour season using combined points earned on the Official Korn Ferry Tour Regular Season Points Standings and points earned in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals

F-15. The top two players from the final 2023 Race to Dubai Rankings who are not otherwise exempt as of May 20, 2024

F-16. The top player on the 2024 Race to Dubai Rankings as of May 20, 2024 who is not otherwise exempt

F-17. Winner of 2023 The Amateur Championship conducted by The R&A (must be an amateur)

F-18. Winner of the 2023 Mark H. McCormack Medal (Men's World Amateur Golf Ranking; must be an amateur)

F-19. Winner of the 2024 NCAA Division I Men's Individual Golf Championship (must be an amateur)

F-20. Winner of the 2024 Latin America Amateur Championship (must be an amateur)

F-21. From the current Official World Golf Ranking, the top 60 points leaders and ties as of May 20, 2024. Players must select a qualifying site at the time of entry.

F-22. From the current Official World Golf Ranking, the top 60 points leaders and ties as of June 10, 2024 (if not previously exempt).

F-23. Special exemptions as selected by the USGA.