PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — The 156-man field for the 110th U.S. Open, to be played June 17-20 at Pebble Beach Golf Links (players listed only in the first category for which they are eligible. a-amateur). One spot remains in case the winner of the St. Jude Championship previously won on the PGA Tour over the last 12 months.
U.S. Open champions (10 years): Lucas Glover, Tiger Woods, Angel Cabrera, Geoff Ogilvy, Michael Campbell, Retief Goosen, Jim Furyk.
U.S. Amateur champion and runner-up: a-Byeong-Hun An, a-Ben Martin.
Masters champions (5 years): Phil Mickelson, Trevor Immelman, Zach Johnson.
British Open champions (5 years): Stewart Cink, Padraig Harrington.
PGA champions (5 years): Y.E. Yang.
Players Championship winner: Tim Clark.
U.S. Senior Open champion: Fred Funk.
Top 15 and ties from 2009 U.S. Open: David Duval, Ricky Barnes, Ross Fisher, Soren Hansen, Hunter Mahan, Henrik Stenson, Rory McIlroy, Matt Bettencourt, Sergio Garcia, Ryan Moore, Stephen Ames, Mike Weir.
Top 30 players from the 2009 PGA Tour money list: Steve Stricker, Kenny Perry, Sean O’Hair, Nick Watney, Brian Gay, David Toms, Dustin Johnson, Rory Sabbatini, Kevin Na, Paul Casey, Jerry Kelly, Matt Kuchar, Ian Poulter, John Senden, John Rollins, Justin Leonard.
2009 Tour Championship field: Steve Marino, Ernie Els, Heath Slocum, Jason Dufner, Scott Verplank, Luke Donald, Marc Leishman.
Top 15 from the European Tour money list: Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer, Oliver Wilson, Simon Dyson, Ross McGowan, Soren Kjeldsen, Francesco Molinari.
Top 10 players on the 2010 PGA Tour money list through May 24: Robert Allenby, Camilo Villegas.
Multiple winners of PGA Tour events from June 21, 2009, through June 13, 2010: TBD
Top five players from the European Tour money list through May 24: Charl Schwartzel.
Top two players from 2009 Japan Golf Tour money list, provided they are in the top 75 at the end of 2009: Ryo Ishikawa, Yuta Ikeda.
Top two players from 2009 Australasia PGA Tour money list, provided they are in the top 72 at the end of 2009: Michael Sim.
Top 50 from the world ranking published on May 24: Robert Karlsson, Alvaro Quiros, Adam Scott, K.J. Choi, Edoardo Molinari, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Ben Crane, Peter Hanson, Louis Oosthuizen, Thongchai Jaidee, Graeme McDowell.
Special exemptions: Tom Watson, Vijay Singh.
Sectional qualifying (36 holes): James Morrison, Rafa Echenique, Gary Boyd, Rhys Davies, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Gareth Maybin, Mikko Ilonen, Pablo Martin, Gregory Havret, Jean-Francois Lucquin, Rikard Karlberg, Hiroyuki Fujita, Toru Taniguchi, Paul Sheehan, Kaname Yokoo, Azuma Yano, Jim Herman, Jason Gore, Kent Jones, Arjun Atwal, Craig Barlow, Steven Wheatcroft, Gary Woodland, Eric Axley, Terry Pilkadaris, Stuart Appleby, Brendon De Jonge, Alex Cejka, Bo Van Pelt, Ben Curtis, Tom Lehman, Aaron Baddeley, Davis Love III, Harrison Frazar, John Mallinger, Derek Lamely, Rich Barcelo, Mathias Gronberg, Deane Pappas, Paul Goydos, David Frost, a-Morgan Hoffman, Shaun Micheel, J.J. Henry, Brandt Snedeker, Charles Warren, Chris Stroud, Stephen Allan, Brian Davis, Erik Compton, Seung Yul Noh, Bob Estes, Robert Gates, Simon Khan.
Local (18 holes) and sectional qualifying: a-Russell Henley, Mark Silvers, a-Scott Langley, Blaine Peffley, Dan McCarthy, Jon Curran, Daniel Summerhays, Ty Tryon, a-Kevin Phelan, Travis Hampshire, a-Alex Martin, Hugo Leon, a-Bennett Blakeman, Jerry Smith, Kent Eger, Matthew Richardson, Jason Allred, a-Hudson Swafford, Jason Preeo, Erick Justesen, a-Joseph Bramlett, Kenny Kim, a-Andrew Putnam.