1. J. Périco -5 8
2. A. Villavicencio -4 14*
3. A. E. Ortiz -3 F
T4. H. Machado -2 F*
T4. G. Chuang -2 11*
T6. N. Echavarria -1 F*
T6. A. Gallegos -1 F
T6. T. Gana -1 F
T6. J. Esteve -1 6

U.S. Senior Open

39th U.S. Senior Open Championship

JUNE 28-JULY 1, 2018

The Broadmoor / Colorado Springs, Colo.

U.S. Senior Open

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DAILY RESOURCES 

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MONDAY, JUNE 25: Practice Round 1

WITHDRAWAL – John Daly, Dardanelle, Ark.

JOHN DALY has withdrawn from the 2018 U.S. Senior Open Championship on Monday, June 25 because of a knee injury.

Daly, who was fully exempt and was expected to play in his second U.S. Senior Open, will be replaced in the field by David McKenzie, a 50-year-old professional from Australia, the first alternate from the South Bend, Ind., sectional qualifying site.

Daly, 52, won the 1991 PGA Championship and the 1995 Open Championship at St. Andrews in a playoff with Constantino Rocca. In 2017, he captured the PGA Tour Champions’ Insperity Invitational.

McKenzie shot 71 at The Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame, the site of the 2019 U.S. Senior Open, on June 4. He is playing in his first U.S. Senior Open. He has competed in 10 PGA Tour Champions tournaments this season, with his best finish a tie for third at the Rapiscan Systems Classic. McKenzie has also played in 42 PGA European Tour events during his career.

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TUESDAY, JUNE 26: Practice Round 2

Media Advisory: USGA Revises Water Policy in Anticipation of Escalating Temperatures

Interview Schedule / Events

Noon - John Smoltz (Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher who qualified for U.S. Senior Open): pdf | html

3:30 p.m. - Kenny Perry (2013 and 2017 U.S. Senior Open champion): pdf | html

4 p.m. - Fred Funk (2009 U.S. Senior Open champion, 2008 U.S. Senior Open runner-up at The Broadmoor): pdf | html

Junior Day: Know Before You Go 

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27: Practice Round 3

WITHDRAWAL – Peter Jacobsen, Bonita Springs, Fla.

PETER JACOBSEN has withdrawn from the 2018 U.S. Senior Open Championship on Wednesday, June 27 because of personal reasons.

Jacobsen, who was fully exempt and won the 2004 U.S. Senior Open Championship at Bellerive Country Club, will be replaced in the field by Tim Hume, a professional from Crystal River, Fla., the first alternate from the Ocala, Fla., sectional qualifying site.

Jacobsen, who owns seven PGA Tour victories and two PGA Tour Champions wins, was expected to compete in his 14th U.S. Senior Open.

Hume, a 55-year-old, shot 71 at Country Club at Ocala on May 31. He is playing in his first U.S. Senior Open. Hume has competed in primarily local and state tournaments, including the Florida Senior Open.

Interview Schedule / Events

11:30 a.m. - USGA Media Availability (Robbie Zalzneck, USGA Co-Championship Director and Ben Kimball, USGA Co-Championship Director)

12:30 p.m. - Roy Biancalana (Well-known relationship coach for singles, playing in his first U.S. Senior Open): pdf | html

1:30 p.m. - Davis Love III (1997 PGA champion, Ryder Cup Captain, playing in his first U.S. Senior Open): pdf | html

2 p.m. - Fred Couples (1992 Masters champion, tied for fourth in 2017 U.S. Senior Open): pdf | html

3:30 p.m. - Hale Irwin (1998 and 2000 U.S. Senior Open champion and former University of Colorado football standout): pdf | html

4:00 p.m. - Bernhard Langer (2010 U.S. Senior Open champion, 10 senior professional majors): pdf | html

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THURSDAY, JUNE 28: Round 1

WITHDRAWAL – Tommy Armour III, Las Vegas, Nev.

TOMMY ARMOUR III has withdrawn from the 2018 U.S. Senior Open Championship on Thursday, June 28 because of an altitude-related illness.

Armour, who was playing in his seventh U.S. Senior Open, started on the 10th hole at 7:31 a.m. and was grouped with Billy Mayfair and Tim Hume. He played nine holes before withdrawing.

Armour, 58, the grandson of World Golf Hall of Famer Tommy Armour, who won the 1927 U.S. Open, recorded two victories on the PGA Tour, including the 2003 Valero Texas Open when he set, at the time, the 72-hole scoring record of 254 (26-under par).

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  • Tim Hogarth (a) (Even - 70) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Lee Janzen (1-under 69) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez (2-under 68) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Chris Johnson (4-over 74) from Castle Rock, Colo. - Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jerry Kelly (4-under 66) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jerry Kelly (4-under 66) Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Billy Mayfair (1-under 69) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Rocco Mediate (2-under 68) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Rocco Mediate (2-under 68) Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Deane Pappas (2-under 68) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Kenny Perry (1-over 71) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Doug Rohrbaugh (8-over 78) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • John Smoltz (15-over 85) Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Stan Souza (hole-in-one on 4th hole) - Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Kevin Sutherland (2-under 68) Press Conference: pdf | html

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FRIDAY, JUNE 29: Round 2

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  • Todd Bailey Quick Quotes: pdf | html
  • Philip Golding Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Paul Goydos Fox TV Interview: pdf | html
  • Paul Goydos Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Jay Haas Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jerry Kelly Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jerry Kelly Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Davis Love III Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Deane Pappas Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Kenny Perry Quick Quotes: pdf | html
  • Tim Petrovic Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Tim Petrovic Press Conference: pdf | html
  • John Smoltz Fox TV and Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Kirk Triplett Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jeff Wilson Flash Interview: pdf | html

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SATURDAY, JUNE 30: Round 3

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  • Paul Broadhurst Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Joe Durant Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • John Elway (Honorary Chairman of the 2018 U.S. Senior Open) FS1 Interview: pdf | html
  • Paul Goydos Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Lee Janzen Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Brandt Jobe Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jerry Kelly Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jerry Kelly Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Bernhard Langer Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Davis Love III Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Tim Petrovic Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Tim Petrovic FS1 Interview: pdf | html
  • Tim Petrovic Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Kevin Sutherland Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • David Toms Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • David Toms FS1 Interview: pdf | html
  • David Toms Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Kirk Triplett Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jeff Wilson Flash Interview: pdf | html

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SUNDAY, JULY 1: Round 4

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  • Paul Broadhurst Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Paul Goydos Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jay Haas Quick Quotes: pdf | html
  • Lee Janzen Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Brandt Jobe Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jerry Kelly Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Bernhard Langer Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Davis Love III Quick Quotes: pdf | html
  • Tim Petrovic Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Kevin Sutherland Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • David Toms Press Conference: pdf | html
  • Kirk Triplett Flash Interview: pdf | html
  • Jeff Wilson (Low Amateur) Flash Interview: pdf | html

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USGA Celebrates Success of 39th U.S. Senior Open at The Broadmoor with Announcement to Return in 2025

Historic venue to host third U.S. Senior Open and ninth USGA championship

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (July 1, 2018) - At the closing trophy ceremony of the 39th U.S. Senior Open – held during The Broadmoor’s centennial celebration – the USGA announced that it will return to The Broadmoor Golf Club, in Colorado Springs, Colo., in 2025 for the U.S. Senior Open Championship. This will be the third U.S. Senior Open and the ninth USGA championship contested at The Broadmoor.

“Beginning with the U.S. Amateur in 1959, The Broadmoor has been a gracious and wonderful host and a valued partner to the USGA, helping us to showcase the world’s greatest players on the game’s grandest stages,” said Mike Davis, CEO of the USGA. “This has been a tremendous week of golf and a great celebration of the game, and we are excited to bring the championship back to Colorado Springs in 2025.”

Donald Ross designed The Broadmoor’s East Course, which opened for play in 1918 and is now a combination of holes from Ross’ original layout and holes designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1952. The course sits on the southern edge of the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of more than 6,300 feet. 

“The Broadmoor is thrilled to have the opportunity to host its ninth USGA championship, the U.S. Senior Open in 2025,” said Jack Damioli – President/CEO of The Broadmoor. “This opportunity would not be possible without the support and partnership of the city of Colorado Springs, El Paso County and the state of Colorado. Colorado has a storied history of hosting golf’s biggest events, and we are privileged to once again stage a national championship.” 

The U.S. Senior Open will be the 34th USGA championship held in Colorado. Prior to the 2018 U.S. Senior Open, the USGA last conducted a championship in the Centennial State in 2012, when Cherry Hills Country Club hosted the 112th U.S. Amateur. In 2019, Colorado Golf Club in Parker will host the 39th U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship from Sept. 14-19.

USGA Championships at The Broadmoor Golf Club 
1959 U.S. Amateur (East Course): Jack Nicklaus def. Charles Coe, 1 up 
1962 Curtis Cup Match (East Course): USA def. Great Britain and Ireland, 8-1 
1967 U.S. Amateur (West Course): Robert B. Dickson by one stroke over Marvin “Vinny” Giles III (285-286) 
1982 U.S. Women’s Amateur (South Course): Juli Simpson Inkster def. Cathy Hanlon, 4 and 3 
1995 U.S. Women’s Open (East Course): Annika Sorenstam by one stroke over Meg Mallon (278-279) 
2008 U.S. Senior Open (East Course): Eduardo Romero by four strokes over Fred Funk (274-278) 
2011 U.S. Women’s Open (East Course): So Yeon Ryu def. Hee Kyung Seo (281-3-4-3 – 281-3-6-4)
2018 U.S. Senior Open (East Course): David Toms by one stroke over Miguel Angel Jimenez, Jerry Kelly and Tim Petrovic (277-278)

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39th U.S. Senior Open Championship

JUNE 28-JULY 1, 2018

The Broadmoor / Colorado Springs, Colo.