Final Qualifying: Shot 71-65 at Walton Heath Golf Club (Old and New Courses) in England on May 20

Matteo Manassero, who will compete in his fifth U.S. Open, announced his presence to the golf world at age 16 when he became the youngest winner of the Amateur Championship, defeating England's Sam Hutsby in the 36-hole final of the 2009 championship at Formby In England. He then earned low-amateur honors later that summer at Turnberry, playing alongside five-time winner Tom Watson and Sergio Garcia the first two rounds. He eventually became the No. 1 player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. The following year, the 16-year-old became the youngest player in Masters history to make the cut, surpassing Bobby Cole by two years. That mark was eventually surpassed by 14-year-old Tianlang Guan of China in 2013. He turned pro a few weeks later at age 17. He has since amassed eight worldwide victories, including five on the DP World Tour. Earlier this year, he ended an 11-year victory drought on that circuit when he claimed the Jonsson Workwear Open. He also won twice on the European Challenge Tour in 2023 to begin his comeback. As a junior, he represented Europe in the 2008 Junior Ryder Cup. 

U.S. Open Records

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2016
Oakmont Country Club
76-70-71-73--290
+10
T-46
2013
Merion Golf Club
75-74
+9
MC
2012
The Olympic Club (Lake Course)
76-69-73-74--292
+12
T-46
2011
Congressional Country Club (Blue Course)
74-72-73-72--291
+7
T-54

YEAR

2016

SITE

Oakmont Country Club

SCORES

76-70-71-73--290

TO PAR

+10

FINISH

T-46

YEAR

2013

SITE

Merion Golf Club

SCORES

75-74

TO PAR

+9

FINISH

MC

YEAR

2012

SITE

The Olympic Club (Lake Course)

SCORES

76-69-73-74--292

TO PAR

+12

FINISH

T-46

YEAR

2011

SITE

Congressional Country Club (Blue Course)

SCORES

74-72-73-72--291

TO PAR

+7

FINISH

T-54

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