Updated 6/12/2012 - Jeff Curl will be teeing off in the 30th group with a 12:41 tee time on hole #9. He will be playing with Casey Wittenburg, and Nicholas Thompson.-
(Rockville, Md) – Jeff Curl, Northern Wintu tribe, was one of seven people who qualified for the United States Open golf championships yesterday at Woodmont Country Club qualifying site in Rockville, Maryland. Jeff is the youngest son of Rod Curl who was the first full-blooded Native American to win a PGA Tour event. That event was the 1974 Colonial National Invitational where he beat famed golf legend Jack Nickalus by one stroke. Rod is now a corporate golf instructor for VIP Golf Academy in Jupiter, Florida
Jeff Curl played collegiality at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and is a veteran of the eGolf Tour and Gateway Tour and won the eGolf Tour’s 2004 and 2006 Emerald Lake Classic; he made his PGA Tour debut as a Monday qualifier at the 2012 Puerto Rico Open earlier this year, finishing T71. Jeff currently ranks 66th on the Nationwide Tour money list for the 2012 season
This year’s U.S. Open championship will be held at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, California on June 14th thru 17th and will be covered by ESPN and NBC on your local TV stations.
NDNSPORTS.COM will post his tee-times and pairing once they are released on June 8th.
Click here to view the qualifying results: http://www.ghintpp.com/rga/TPPOnlineScoring/ResultsStroke.aspx?id=26
Click here to view Jeff’s tee-times: Jeff Curl will be teeing off in the 30th group with a 12:41 tee time on hole #9. He will be playing with Casey Wittenburg, and Nicholas Thompson