US Open Leaderboard 2024

Last Modified Jun 8, 2024 19:22 GMT
US Open Leaderboard 2024
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Founded in 1895, the US Open is one of the four major golf events that usually takes place mid-year. The first event was held in Newport, Rhode Island, and was won by Horace Rawlins. Ever since, the event has been repeated at over 50 courses with a field of 156 professionals and amateurs. The latter must have a handicap of less than or equal to 1.4 to qualify for the US Open, while the professionals don't need the handicap bar.


The 2024 US Open will take place from June 13 to June 16, while its practice rounds will take place from June 10 to 12 at Course No. 2 of the Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina. The major follows a stroke-play format, though it did follow a match-play format in its initial three years.


Read More : US Open Schedule


US Open Leaderboard 2024

The 2024 US Open leaderboard will be updated after the event.


How to calculate US Open Leaderboard points?

At the US Open, the stroke play format, golf's most popular scoring system, is used. For a wide field of golfers to compete consistently and fairly, every shot must be counted.


In stroke play, the objective is to use the fewest number of strokes to complete the full course. The total number of strokes needed to finish each round determines the player's score. The winner of the round is the player with the lowest cumulative score at the conclusion of the rounds.


What is Par in the US Open 2024?

The 2024 US Open will have a par of 70, with four rounds of 18 holes each, on a 7,540-yard course at the Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina.


Know More : Pinehurst Resort Holes


Which Players have finished at the top in the US Open leaderboard in each season?

The most recent golfers who have finished at the top of the US Open leaderboard are as follows:


Year Winner Score To Par Venue
2023Wyndham Clark270-10Los Angeles Country Club, California
2022Matt Fitzpatrick 274-6The Country Club, Brookline
2021Jon Rahm278-6Torrey Pines, San Diego
2020Bryson DeChambeau274-6Winged Foot, Mamaroneck
2019Gary Woodland271-13Pebble Beach, California


Which Players finished last in the US Open Leaderboard in every US Open?

The most recent golfers who have finished at the last of the US Open leaderboard are as follows:


Year Last FinishScore To Par Venue (All USA)
2023Maxwell Moldovan (a)297+17Los Angeles Country Club, California
2022Stewart Hagestad (a)299+19The Country Club, Brookline
2021Jimmy Walker303+19Torrey Pines, San Diego
2020Shugo Imahira305+12Winged Foot, Mamaroneck
2019Michael Thorbjornsen (a)304+20Pebble Beach, California


The US Open 2023 Leaderboard

The 2023 US Open leaderboard is as follows:


Pos. Player To ParTotal Money
1Wyndham Clark-10270$3,600,000
2Rory McIlroy-9271$2,160,000
3Scottie Scheffler-7273$1,413,430
4Cameron Smith-6274$990,867
T5Rickie Fowler-5275$738,934
T5Tommy Fleetwood-5275$738,934
T5Min Woo Lee-5275$738,934
T8Tom Kim-4276$562,808
T8Harris English-4276$562,808
T10Austin Eckroat-3277$435,018
T10Jon Rahm-3277$435,018
T10Xander Schauffele-3277$435,018
T10Dustin Johnson-3277$435,018
T14Russell Henley-2278$332,343
T14Collin Morikawa-2278$332,343
T14Patrick Cantlay-2278$332,343
T17Brooks Koepka-1279$284,167
T17Matt Fitzpatrick-1279$284,167
19Viktor HovlandE280$258,662
T20Jordan Smith1281$200,152
T20Nick Hardy1281$200,152
T20Denny McCarthy1281$200,152
T20Keith Mitchell1281$200,152
T20Shane Lowry1281$200,152
T20Bryson DeChambeau1281$200,152
T20Ryutaro Nagano1281$200,152
T27Sahith Theegala2282$143,295
T27Sergio Garcia2282$143,295
T27Justin Suh2282$143,295
T27Tyrrell Hatton2282$143,295
T27Padraig Harrington2282$143,295
T32Dylan Wu3283$108,001
T32Patrick Rodgers3283$108,001
T32Sam Burns3283$108,001
T32Joaquin Niemann3283$108,001
T32Cameron Young3283$108,001
T32Tony Finau3283$108,001
T32Hideki Matsuyama3283$108,001
T39David Puig4284$85,441
T39Gordon Sargent (a)4284$0
T39Eric Cole4284$85,441
T39Si Woo Kim4284$85,441
T43Sam Bennett5285$64,582
T43Sebastián Muñoz5285$64,582
T43Andrew Putnam5285$64,582
T43Sam Stevens5285$64,582
T43Billy Horschel5285$64,582
T43Brian Harman5285$64,582
T43Ryan Fox5285$64,582
T50Mackenzie Hughes6286$48,299
T50Charley Hoffman6286$48,299
T50Kevin Streelman6286$48,299
T50Gary Woodland6286$48,299
T54Romain Langasque7287$45,270
T54Abraham Ancer7287$45,270
T56Patrick Reed8288$44,420
T56Ryan Gerard8288$44,420
58Yuto Katsuragawa9289$43,783
59Adam Hadwin11291$43,358
T60Jacob Solomon12292$42,720
T60Adam Svensson12292$42,720
62Ben Carr (a)13293$0
63Ryo Ishikawa14294$42,083
64Aldrich Potgieter (a)15295$0
65Maxwell Moldovan (a)17297$0


Read More : Us Open TV Schedule


FAQ's On US Open Leaderboard 2024

A. The 2024 US Open will be played at the Pinehurst Resort's course No. 2 in North Carolina, in the United States.

A. Only professional golfers and amateur golfers with no more than a 1.4 handicap can qualify for the US Open.

A. The US Open has no age limit; the youngest ever golfer to play at the US Open was 14-year-old Andy Zhang in 2012.

A. The 2023 US Open was won by Wyndham Clark for a score of 270, under 10, defeating Rory McIlroy by one stroke and taking home $3.6 million as the winner's share.

A. The par for the 2024 US Open course is 70 at the course No. 2 of Pinehurst Resort.

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