Final Qualifying: Shot 69-66 at Walton Heath Golf Club (Old and New Courses) in England on May 20

Despite being officially retired from the professional tours to focus on instruction at this Robert Rock Academy, the Englishman managed to post 9-under 135 in a 36-hole final qualifier at Walton Heath Golf Club in England to earn one of the nine available spots. This will be Rock's third U.S. Open but first since missing the cut at The Olympic Club in 2012. Rock joined the European Tour (now DP World Tour) as an affiliate member in 2003. His breakthrough season came in 2009 with three runner-up finishes. That included the Irish Open when he lost a playoff to amateur Shane Lowry in a playoff. Rock registered five professional wins, two of which came on the European Tour. He captured the 2011 BMW Italian Open and the 2012 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. Rock decided to retire from professional golf in 2022. Last year, he won the Merseyside Open on the European Players Tour. He now is a golf instructor.

U.S. Open Results

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2012
The Olympic Club (Lake Course)
75-78
+13
MC
2011
Congressional Country Club (Blue Course)
70-71-76-68--285
+1
T-23

YEAR

2012

SITE

The Olympic Club (Lake Course)

SCORES

75-78

TO PAR

+13

FINISH

MC

YEAR

2011

SITE

Congressional Country Club (Blue Course)

SCORES

70-71-76-68--285

TO PAR

+1

FINISH

T-23

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