The Englishman will make his third U.S. Open start, and first since 2016, after finishing third on the points list of the European Tour's five-event UK Swing. During that series, Sullivan captured the English Championship on Aug. 9 by seven strokes over Adrian Otaegui. It was his fourth European Tour title, but first since the 2015 Portugal Masters. Sullivan turned professional shortly after helping the Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup Team defeat the USA at Royal Aberdeen. The 2011 Scottish Open Stroke Play champion quickly gained his European Tour card through Q-School for the 2012 season. Then in 2015 he posted three victories, including the Portugal Masters. He also won the South African Open and Joburg Open that were co-sanctioned by the Sunshine Tour. Sullivan tied for 23rd in the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club after missing the cut a year earlier at Chambers Bay.
|2020||Winged Foot Golf Club (West Course)||71-77||+8||MC|
|2016||Oakmont Country Club||71-68-75-73--287||+7||T-23|