Here are the three golf holes in Illinois that will be used for the 2024 U.S. Open qualifiers.
Here are the three golf holes in Illinois that will be used for the 2024 U.S. Open qualifiers.

This week, the 124th U.S. Open Championship, which will be held at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club in Pinehurst, North Carolina, from June 13–16, named its qualifying sites.

From April 22 to May 20, 109 local qualifying events will take place. Three of them will be in the state of Illinois. The best players from all of those tournaments move on to the finals, which will be held on May 20 and June 3.

At champs.usga.org, players can sign up for the 2024 U.S. Open starting on February 21 and ending on April 10. A record 10,187 people played in the final at The Los Angeles Country Club last year. The USGA says that a player must have a handicap of no more than 0.4 or be a professional in order to be qualified.

Here is a full list of the winners. The three holes in Illinois that will be used for U.S. Open qualifiers are shown below:

The Stonewall Orchard Golf Club

The address is 25675 IL-60, Grayslake, Illinois, and the website address is stonewallorchard.com.

The Cantigny Golf Club

Monday, April 29.

The Woodside and Lakeside courses, 27W270 Mack Road, Wheaton, Illinois.

Cantignygolf.com is the website.

The Illini Country Club

When: May 13

Where: 1601 S. Illini Road, Springfield, IL

Online: illinicc.net

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