On Monday, the United States Golf Association exempted 12 golfers from the 122nd US Open next week through the World Rankings and European Tour Qualifying Series.
With this addition, the total number of completely exempt players in the field of the third major of the year, played from June 16th to 19th at the Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, is now 91.
Americans Aaron Wise and Luke List booked a berth in the field after reaching the top 60 in the latest world rankings on Monday.
Born in South Africa, Wise finished second only to Billy Horschel at the PGA Championship last week, ranked 44th in the rankings, and participated in the fourth PGA Open.
The list that won the Torrey Pines in January was 59th, making it the sixth National Openfield. His only top 30 finish on 14 major starts was the 6th place show in the 2019 PGA Championship.
Ten players have won spots based on the performance of the European Tour in the last four events.
Victor Perez of France leads the list, Ryan Fox of New Zealand, Sobjorn Olesen of Denmark, Sam Holsfield of England, Sebastian Sodaberg of Sweden, Carre Samoya of Finland, Will Besseling of the Netherlands, This was followed by Janic Paul of Germany, Richard Mansell of England and Marcel Schneider of Germany.