U.S. Open local qualifier unfolds at George W. Dunne

George W. Dunne Course 1

For 89 players, the road to Pinehurst No. 2 and the 2014 U.S. Open began on Monday at George W. Dunne National Golf Course. For all but five of them, it also ended.

Dunne hosted a U.S. Open local qualifier, offering five spots that feed into the sectional qualifying round -- the one that determines spots into the 114th U.S. Open.

There was no playoff at the Chicago District Golf Assoc.-run event, with a handful of players qualifying for sectionals after the 18-hole tournament round. It took a 74 or better to move onto the next stage, with the following players earning berths into sectionals.

1. Garrett Chaussard, Chicago, IL, 38-33-71 
2. Glenn Przybylski, Frankfort, IL, 37-36-73 
T3. Daniel Stringfellow, Roselle, IL, 37-37-74 
T3. Andrew Godfrey, Homewood, IL, 37-37-74 

T3. Kenneth Li, Westmont, IL, 36-38-74 

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