Name Age Birthplace Qualified Best Open Notable
Brad Adamonis 38 Cumberland, R.I. 20 First Open Nationwide Tour player has been working with Mike Donald on swing
Robert Allenby 39 Melbourne, Australia 9,10, 17 T7, 2004 Has two top-10 and four top-25 finishes on PGA Tour this year
Aaron Baddeley 30 Lebanon, N.H. 12 T13, 2007 Won Northern Trust Open in February, first PGA Tour win in four years
Sang-Moon Bae 24 Daegu, Korea 20 Missed cut Has won three times on Asian Tour, including 2008 Korea Open
Briny Baird 39 Miami Beach 20 T40, 2001 Since 2003 has placed a photo of missing child on his bag
a-Michael Barbosa 28 St. Petersburg, Fla. 20 20 Former Georgia Tech standout now works in financial services
Scott Barr 39 Swan Hill, Australia 20 First Open Former teaching pro in Singapore plays on Asian Tour
a-Brad Benjamin 24 Rockford, Ill. 20 First Open 2009 U.S. Amateur Public Links champ played in 2010 Masters
Bennett Blakeman 24 Maywood, Ill. 20 Missed cut 2009 Illinois Wesleyan graduate plays on Gateway Pro Tour
Jonathan Byrd 33 Anderson, S.C. 13, 17 T15, 2003 Five-time PGA Tour winner has a win and 4 top-10 finishes this year
Zack Byrd 25 Calabash, N.C. 20 First Open Mini-tour player was Dustin Johnson's teammate at Coastal Carolina
Chad Campbell 37 Andrews, Tex. 20 T18, 2008 Three-time Ryder Cup member has won four times on PGA Tour
Michael Campbell 42 Hawera, New Zealand 1 2005 winner Has missed cut in 4 of past 5 U.S. Opens and 11 of last 16 majors
Paul Casey 33 Cheltenham, England 9, 10, 11, 17 T10, 2007 Three-time Ryder Cup member is No. 10 in latest World Golf rankings
a-Patrick Cantlay 19 Los Alamitos, Calif. 20 20 Rising sophomore at UCLA won Jack Nicklaus award, 2nd in NCAAs
William "Bud" Cauley 21 Jacksonville, Fla. 20 20 Univ. Alabama junior, 2009 Walker Cup member turned pro in May
Alex Cejka 40 Marienbad, Cz. Rep. 20 T8, 2010 Fled communist Czechoslovakia at age 9, became a German citizen
Greg Chalmers 37 Sydney 20 Missed cut 1998 Australian Open winner is one of the top putters on PGA Tour
Kevin Chappell 24 Fresno, Calif. 20 First Open PGA Tour rookie won 2008 NCAA individual championship at UCLA
a-David Chung 21 Fayetteville, N.C. 2 First Open Runner-up at 2010 U.S. Amateur is a rising senior at Stanford
Stewart Cink 38 Huntsville, Ala. 4 3, 2001 5-time Ryder Cup member has six top-25 PGA Tour finishes this year
Nicolas Colsaerts 28 Schaerbeek, Belgium 20 First Open With April win at China Open is 2nd Belgian to win on European Tour
Ben Crane 35 Portland, Ore. 9, 10, 17 T53, 2008 His slow play gave Rory Sabbatini fits at 2005 Booz Allen Classic
Christopher DeForest 22 Cottekill, N.Y. 20 First Open Rising senior at Univ. of Illinois tied for 13th at NCAA championship
Bubba Dickerson 30 Jacksonville, Fla. 20 First Open 2001 U.S. Amateur champion has one win on Nationwide Tour
Robert Dinwiddie 28 Dumfries, Scotland 20 T36, 2008 Has won three times on European Challenge Tour, 2005 Walker Cup
Jason Dufner 34 Cleveland 20 T40, 2006 Has finished top 10 in three of his last four PGA Tour starts
Johan Edfors 35 Varberg, Sweden 20 T27, 2009 European Tour player switched putters, went back to two-thumb grip
Matthew Edwards 26 Las Vegas 20 First Open Former New Mexico State standout plays on Adams Golf Pro Tour
John Ellis 31 San Jose 20 Missed cut 2008 Canadian Tour player of the year
Harrison Frazar 39 Dallas 20 T54, 2002 Won 3-hole playoff at St. Jude Classic Sunday for first PGA Tour win
Hiroyuki Fujita 41 Fukuoka, Japan 15 T58, 2010 Has 10 wins on Japan Golf Tour, including 2010 JT Cup
Fred Funk 55 Takoma Park 20 6, 2004 Former University of Maryland golf coach won 2009 U.S. Senior Open
Stephen Gallacher 36 Dechmont, Scotland 20 Missed cut Nephew of former European Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher
Sergio Garcia 31 Castellon, Spain 20 T3, 2005 2005 Booz Allen Classic winner has played on five Ryder Cup teams
Robert Garrigus 33 Nampa, Idaho 20 Missed cut One of PGA Tour's longest hitters uses one of the shortest putters
Brian Gay 39 Fort Worth 20 Missed cut Has one missed cut and eight top 25s in 14 PGA Tour starts this year
Elliot Gealy 35 Salisbury, N.C. 20 First Open Nationwide Tour player has three top 25 finishes this year
Lucas Glover 31 Greenville, S.C. 1 2009 winner Two-time Presidents Cup member won Wells Fargo event in May
Andres Gonzales 28 Olympia, Wash. 20 First Open PGA Tour rookie gaining following on Twitter @Andres_Gonzales
Retief Goosen 42 Pietersburg, S. Africa 1, 9, 10, 17 won '01, '04 5-time Pres. Cup mbr. is 1 of 21 players with multiple U.S. Open wins
Christo Greyling 28 Springs, South Africa 20 First Open eGolf Tour player was high school teammate of Ty Tryon
Bill Haas 29 Charlotte 9, 17 T40, 2004 With father Jay, one of eight father-son combos to win on PGA Tour
Adam Hadwin 23 Abbortsford, B.C. 20 First Open 2009 Univ. of Louisville graduate is a two-time Canadian Tour winner
Todd Hamilton 45 Galesburg, Ill. 20 T36, '08, '09 2004 British Open champ has made one cut in 4 PGA starts this year
Peter Hanson 33 Svedala, Sweden 17 T16, 2010 Ryder Cup member was first Swede to win SAS Masters in 10 years
Andreas Harto 22 Copenhagen 20 First Open European Tour rookie won twice last year on Challenge Tour
Gregory Havret 34 Aix-en-Provence, Fr. 8 2, 2010 Pulled out of Wales Open this month because of father's death
Wes Heffernan 34 Calgary, Alberta 20 Missed cut Alberta Open champion is one of three Canadians in field
Scott Hend 37 Townsville, Australia 20 T32, 2006 Big hitter plays the European and Asian tours
a-Russell Henley 22 Macon, Ga. 20 T16, 2010 Georgia senior is only second amateur with win on Nationwide Tour
J.J. Henry 36 Fairfield, Conn. 20 T26, 2007 Ryder Cup member made field as alternate after Tim Clark withdrew
Justin Hicks 36 Wyandotte, Mich. 20 T74, 2008 Two-time Nationwide Tour winner is a rookie on the PGA Tour
Charley Hoffman 34 San Diego 9, 10 T48, 2006 Two-time PGA Tour winner is best known for his long blond hair
a-Beau Hossler Jr. 16 Mission Viejo, Calif. 20 First Open H.S. soph. played in U.S. Amateur at age 14, 2nd youngest in history
David Howell 35 Swindon, England 20 T16, 2006 Held off Tiger Woods to win 2005 HSBC Champions in China
Jesse Hutchins 29 Columbus, Ohio 20 First Open Hooters Tour player won Members Only Shootout to start year
Trevor Immelman 31 Cape Town, S. Africa 3 T21, 2006 2008 Masters Champion has played in two Presidents Cups
a-Steven Irwin 36 Not available 20 First Open Golf course designer is son of 3-time U.S. Open champion Hale Irwin
Fredrik Jacobson 36 Gothenburg, Sweden 20 T5, 2003 Has six top 25s including two top 10s in 15 PGA Tour starts this year
Miguel Angel Jimenez 47 Malaga, Spain 11, 17 T2, 2000 Four-time Ryder Cup player's cigar habit has inspired copy cats
Brandt Jobe 45 Oklahoma City 20 T18, 2008 Has 12 international victories, but has yet to win on PGA Tour
Zach Johnson 35 Iowa City 3, 9, 10, 17 T45, 2007 2007 Masters winner finished top 10 twice in last 3 PGA Tour starts
Sunghoon Kang 24 Jeju, Korea 20 First Open PGA Tour rookie was rookie of the year on Korean Tour
Robert Karlsson 41 Malm, Sweden 11, 17 T4, 2008 Two-time Ryder Cup member lost playoff Sunday at St. Jude Classic
Dae-Hyun Kim 23 Seoul 20 First Open Korean Golf Tour's longest hitter
Do-Hoon Kim 22 Daegu, Korea 20 First Open Has two top 10 finishes on the Japan Golf Tour this year
Kyung-Tae Kim 24 Seoul 15, 17 First Open Won 2006 Korean Amateur and 2006 Japan Amateur titles
Name Age Birthplace Qualified Best Open Notable
Kenichi Kuboya 39 Kanagawa, Japan 20 First Open Four-time winner on Japan Golf Tour
Matt Kuchar 32 Winter Park, Fla. 8, 9, 10, 17 T6, 2010 Top PGA Tour money winner in 2010 finished top 10 in last two starts
Maarten Lafeber 36 Eindhoven, Nether. 20 Missed cut European Tour player is a former Dutch, Swiss, Spanish Am. champ
Martin Laird 28 Glasgow, Scotland 10, 12, 17 missed cut Picked up 2nd PGA Tour win at Arnold Palmer Invitational in March
Joey Lamielle 28 Canton, Ohio 20 Missed cut One-time Nationwide player lost sponsorship, now plays mini-tours
Marc Leishman 27 Warrnampool, Austral. 20 Missed cut After struggling past two months, switched ball from ProV1x to ProV1
Thomas Levet 42 Paris 20 T18, 2002 Ryder Cup player was first Frenchman to play on PGA Tour
Brian Locke 24 Los Angeles 20 First Open Former all-American at Loyola Marymount plays on Gateway Pro Tour
Adam Long 23 New Orleans 20 First Open 2010 all-ACC golfer at Duke was a Byron Nelson award finalist
Davis Love III 47 Charlotte 8 T2, 1996 Six-time Ryder Cup, Presidents Cup member has 20 PGA Tour wins
Shane Lowry 24 Clara, Ireland 20 First Open Won 2009 Irish Open as amateur, was 4th at May's BMW PGA Chmp.
David May 24 Auburn, N.Y. 20 First Open eGolf Tour player is one of record five former Clemson Tigers in field
Jon Mills 33 Oshawa, Canada 20 T36, 2008 Nationwide Tour player finished tied for 2nd at Prince George's Open
Edoardo Molinari 30 Turin, Italy 11, 17 T47, 2010 Ryder Cup member became first Italian to win U.S. Amateur in 2005
Francesco Molinari 28 Turin, Italy 11, 17 T27, 2009 Ryder Cup member is ranked 22nd in the World Golf Rankings
Ryan Moore 28 Tacoma, Wash. 10, 17 T10, 2009 Has a win and runner-up finishes in 5 of last 6 years on PGA Tour
Kevin Na 27 Seoul 10 Missed cut Turned pro at age 17, has four top 10s in 15 PGA Tour starts this year
Ryan Nelson 33 Omak, Wash. 20 First Open 2010 Player of the Year on the Adams Golf Pro Tour
Seung Yul Noh 20 Seoul 20 T40, 2010 In 2010, 19-year-old was youngest Asian Tour Order of Merit champ
Alexander Noren 28 Stockholm 20 First Open Won Wales Open earlier this month for his 2nd European Tour title
Geoff Ogilvy 33 Adelaide, Australia 1, 9, 10, 16, 17 2006 winner Two-time Presidents Cup member finished T4 at this year's Masters
Nick O'Hern 39 Perth, Australia 20 T6, 2006 2-time Pres. Cup member is coming back from double knee surgery
Louis Oosthuizen 28 Mossel Bay, So. Africa 4, 11, 17 Missed cut 2010 British Open champion opened year winning Africa Open
Jeff Overton 28 Evansville, Ind. 9, 10 First Open Best known for holing out from the fairway at 2010 Ryder Cup
Ryan Palmer 34 Amarillo, Texas 9, 10 Missed cut 3-time PGA Tour winner lost playoff in May's Byron Nelson Champ.
a-Cheng-Tsung Pan 19 Chinese Taipei 20 First Open Leadbetter golf academy grad, will attend Univ. of Washington in fall
a-Brett Patterson 19 Nashville 20 First Open Rising sophomore at Middle Tennessee State
Tim Petrovic 44 North'mpton, Mass. 20 T15, 2003 Has played at least 30 PGA Tour events nine years in a row
Scott Piercy 32 Las Vegas 20 Missed cut Missed 4 of 8 cuts on PGA Tour, all 3 cuts on Nationwide this year
a-Scott Pinckney 22 Orem, Utah 20 First Open Arizona State senior finished 2nd at NCAA regionals
D.A. Points 34 Pekin, Ill. 20 T69, 2008 Won Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February for first PGA Tour win
Michael Putnam 28 Tacoma, Wash. 20 T55, 2007 Back on PGA Tour after spending last three years on Nationwide Tour
Chez Reavie 29 Wichita 20 T62, 2004 One-year removed from reconstructive surgery on his right knee
Matthew Richardson 26 Worcester, England 20 T77, 2010 Nationwide Tour player had first-round lead in Raleigh last weekend
Name Age Birthplace Qualified Best Open Notable
Alexandre Rocha 33 Sao Paulo, Brazil 20 First Open Former all-American at Mississippi State is a PGA Tour rookie
Robert Rock 34 Armitage, England 20 First Open Led wire-to-wire to win Italian Open Sunday for 1st European Tour win
Justin Rose 30 Johannesburg 9, 10, 17 T5, 2003 Ryder Cup member has 12 top 25s in his last 20 PGA Tour starts
Sam Saunders 23 Orlando 20 First Open Arnold Palmer's grandson left Clemson early to pursue a pro career
Adam Scott 30 Adelaide, Australia 9, 10, 17 T21, 2006 Had his best showing at a major by finishing T2 at Masters in April
John Senden 40 Brisbane, Australia 20 Missed cut Has nine top 25s and two top 10s in 16 PGA Tour starts this year
Marcel Siem 30 Mettmann, Germany 20 First Open Only win on European Tour came at 2004 Dunhill Championship
Webb Simpson 25 Raleigh, N.C. 20 First Open Two 2nd places this year, one after he called penalty on himself
Geoffrey Sisk 46 Arlington, Mass. 20 T30, 1999 Consistently among top 10 in driving accuracy on Nationwide tour
Heath Slocum 37 Baton Rouge, La. 9 T9, 2008 4-time PGA Tour winner has missed the cut in 9 of 15 starts this year
Michael Smith 25 Lafayette, La. 20 First Open Former Louisiana-Laf. star has two top 25s on Hooters Tour this year
Brandt Snedeker 30 Nashville 8, 17 T8, 2010 Beat Luke Donald in playoff for 2nd PGA Tour win at Heritage in April
Henrik Stenson 35 Gothenburg, Sweden 6 9, 2009 2-time Ryder Cup mem. has missed cut in 5 of past 6 PGA Tour starts
Kevin Streelman 32 Winfield, Ill. 10 T53, 2008 Featured in The Post's "Why We Compete" series in 2007
Michael Tobiason Jr. 27 Wilmington, Del. 20 First Open Teaching pro in Wilmington, Del. has won eight times on mini-tours
David Toms 44 Monroe, La. 12, 17 T5, 2003 Three-time Ryder Cup, Pres. Cup member won at Colonial in May
Kirk Triplett 49 Moses Lake, Wash. 20 T7, 2001 Three-time PGA Tour winner biding time awaiting Champions Tour
Ty Tryon 27 Raleigh, N.C. 20 T80, 2010 In 2001 at age 17, was the youngest player to earn a PGA Tour card
Marc Turnesa 33 Rockville Centre, N.Y. 20 First Open PGA Tour player missed 5 months last year to rest chronic back injury
a-Peter Uihlein 21 New Bedford, Mass. 2 First Open 2010 U.S. Amateur champion is the top-ranked amateur in the world
Bo Van Pelt 36 Richmond, Ind. 9, 10, 17 T31, 2004 T8 at Masters in April was best finish and first top 10 at a major
Camilo Villegas 29 Medellin, Colombia 9, 10 T9, 2008 Presidents Cup member is known for low crouch to read putts
Michael Whitehead 23 Houston 20 First Open Conference USA golfer of the year at Rice took Tiger Woods's spot
Will Wilcox 25 Pell City, Ala. 20 First Open His T3 at Stadion Classic gave him status on Nationwide Tour
a-Chris Williams 19 Moscow, Idaho 20 First Open Rising junior at Univ. of Washington won 2010 Phil Mickelson award
Chris Wilson 26 Columbus, Ohio 20 First Open Hooters Tour player was runner-up twice in last three tournaments
Mark Wilson 36 Menomonee Falls, Wi. 12, 13 Missed cut Won 2 of his first 3 PGA Tour starts this year, ranks 7th on money list
Gary Woodland 27 Topeka, Kan. 18 T47, 2009 Picked up first PGA Tour win at Transitions Championship in March
Y.E. Yang 39 Jeju-do, Korea 5, 17 Missed cut Pres. Cup member was first Asian to win major (2009 PGA Champ.)

Key to qualifications: 1. U.S. Open winners past 10 years; 2. winner and runner-up of 2010 U.S. Amateur (must be an amateur); 3. Masters winners past five years; 4. British Open winners past five years; 5. PGA Championship winners past five years; 6. Players Championship winners past three years; 7. 2010 U.S. Senior Open winner; 8. 10 lowest scores and anyone who tied for 10th place at 2010 U.S. Open; 9. Top 30 money leaders from 2010 final PGA Tour money list; 10. 2010 Tour Championship qualifiers; 11. Top 15 money leaders from 2010 PGA European Tour money list; 12. Top 10 money leaders from 2011 PGA Tour money list through May 23; 13. Multiple winner on PGA Tour between June 20 and June 12; 14. Top five money leaders on 2011 PGA European Tour money list through May 23; 15. Top two money leaders from 2010 Japan Golf Tour money list, provided they are within the top 75 on the World Golf Rankings at the end of the year; 16. Top two money leaders from 2010 PGA Tour of Australia money list, provided they are within the top 75 on the World Golf Rankings at the end of the year; 17. Top 50 leaders on World Golf Rankings as of May 23; 18. Top 50 leaders on World Golf Rankings as of May 13; 19. Special exemptions selected by USGA; 20. Sectional qualifiers

Profiles by Kathy Orton - The Washington Post. Published June 8, 2011.