123RD U.S. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL QUALIFYING
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 2023
10000 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90064
- All players will participate in a 36-hole stroke-play qualifier.
- Qualifiers will advance to the 123rd U.S. Open Championship on June 15 – 18, 2023 at The Los Angeles Country Club (North Course) in Los Angeles, CA.
- The final number of qualifying spots will be available from the Committee on the day of play.
- In the event of a tie for the last qualifying place or an alternate’s position, there will be a hole-by-hole playoff immediately following the conclusion of regular play.
TEES & YARDAGE:
- Hole-by-hole yardages may be found on the Event Portal.
- Course Rating: 73.7 / Slope: 133 / 6,950 yards / Par 71.
- Players may provide their own caddie (see section on Golf Carts).
GOLF CARTS & PULL/PUSH CARTS:
- During a round, a player and/or caddie must not ride on any form of motorized transportation except as authorized or later approved by the Committee. Model Local Rule G-6.
- Players seeking to use a golf cart due to a medical or ADA-related reason must contact the USGA in advance of the qualifier.
- Pull or push carts (including motorized pull or push carts) are permitted.
- Appropriate golf attire must be worn.
RULES OF PLAY:
- The Rules of Golf as approved by the USGA and The R&A Rules Limited govern play.
- Local Rules and Terms of the Competition can be found on the USGA Hard Card and the Notice to Players that will be distributed on-site.
- One Ball Rule: Model Local Rule G-4 (also known as the One Ball Rule) will NOT be in effect for any USGA qualifying rounds in 2023.
- Distance Measuring Devices: For all USGA Qualifying (including U.S. Open Qualifying), the use of distance measuring devices to measure distance only is permitted.
- Information on Green-Reading Materials can be found here.
- Click here to review the SCGA Pace of Play Policy.
- Prior to participating, participants must review the SCGA’s Policies & Procedures.
To withdraw prior to the start of the qualifier, a player must contact both the: