Bob Bilbo, head professional at Montgomery Village, qualified by gaining one of four spots in Middle Atlantic PGA qualifying.

George Burns, former University of Maryland golf captain now on PGA Tour, qualified by being in top 60 in PGA Tour earnings last year.

Bill Calfee, former University of Maryland player now on PGA Tour, qualified by receiving one of eight sponsor exemptions.

Lee Elder, of Washington, D.C., member of PGA Tour, qualified by being named to the U.S. Ryder Cup team.

Woody FitzHugh, former Washington Golf and Country Club assistant professional now on PGA Tour, qualified by making 36-hole cut at Byron Nelson Classic, which makes golfer eligible for PGA tournament the following week. Since the two subsequent tournaments were invitationals, the exemption carried over to the Kemper.

Fred Gibson, assistant professional at Germantown Country Club, qualified by gaining one of four spots in Middle Atlantic PGA qualifying.

Coleman Pleker, head pro at Towson Golf and Country Club, qualified by gaining one of four spots in Middle Atlantic PGA qualifying.

Larry Ringer, head pro at Naval Academy, qualified by winning the Middle Atlantic PGA section championship last summer.

Wheeler Stewart, teaching pro at Congressional, qualified by receiving one of eight sponsor exemptions.

Marty West, amateur from Columbia Country Club, qualified by receiving one of eight sponsor exemptions.

Dave Zink, assistant professional at Kenwood Country Club, qualified by gaining one of four spots in Middle Atlantic PGA qualifying.

Ron Terry, former Middle Atlantic PGA player now on PGA Tour, qualified by receiving one of eight sponsor exemptions.

Mel Rifman, a former PGA Tour player now of BWI Range new Baltimore, qualified by leading a local qualifying tournament at Germantown.

Al Green, of Crownsville, Md., a former fulltime club pro and now a public relations man for Anheiser-Busch, qualified in a local qualifying tournament at Germantown.

Jim Seeley, the pro at Prince Georges Country Club, took a spot in local qualifying at Germantown.

John McNaney, assistant pro at Rolling Road in Baltimore, took the final qualifying spot in play at Germantown.