F-11: Those players who qualified and were eligible for the 2022 season-ending Tour Championship
F-22: Top 60 points leaders in the Official World Golf Ranking as of May 22, 2023

Will be making his fifth U.S. Open start by virtue of being among the top 60 points leaders in the Official World Golf Ranking. Niemann notched his second PGA Tour victory by edging Collin Morikawa and Cameron Young by two strokes at the Genesis Invitational at The Riviera Country Club. In 2017, Niemann claimed the McCormack Medal for being the top player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking, but he forfeited his 2018 U.S. Open spot when he turned professional after the Masters. He earned an invitation to Augusta National by winning the 2018 Latin America Amateur Championship in his hometown of Santiago, Chile. Niemann broke through for his first PGA Tour victory in the 2019 Military Tribute at The Greenbrier in West Virginia. He represented Chile in the 2016 World Amateur Team Championship and represented the International side in the 2019 Presidents Cup.

U.S. Open Results

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2023
The Los Angeles Country Club (North Course)
68-72-70-73--283
+3
T-32
2022
The Country Club
71-70-76-72--289
+9
T-47
2021
Torrey Pines Golf Course (South Course)
75-69-71-73--288
+4
T-31
2020
Winged Foot Golf Club (West Course)
68-73-72-77--290
+10
T-23
2017
Erin Hills
74-75
+5
MC

YEAR

2023

SITE

The Los Angeles Country Club (North Course)

SCORES

68-72-70-73--283

TO PAR

+3

FINISH

T-32

YEAR

2022

SITE

The Country Club

SCORES

71-70-76-72--289

TO PAR

+9

FINISH

T-47

YEAR

2021

SITE

Torrey Pines Golf Course (South Course)

SCORES

75-69-71-73--288

TO PAR

+4

FINISH

T-31

YEAR

2020

SITE

Winged Foot Golf Club (West Course)

SCORES

68-73-72-77--290

TO PAR

+10

FINISH

T-23

YEAR

2017

SITE

Erin Hills

SCORES

74-75

TO PAR

+5

FINISH

MC

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