For high-level amateur golfers, professionals trying to earn a living on the fringes of the game, and even handful of household names, the announcement of the 2021 U.S. Open Qualifying schedule is highly anticipated.
America’s national championship, the U.S. Open is also golf’s most inclusive major, allowing anyone the opportunity to earn a spot in the field through a series of national qualifying events.
While the 2021 U.S. Open Qualifying schedule has yet to be released, players can expect up to 12 sectional qualifiers to be held from mid-May through early June with the top two players from each of the 36-hole events advancing to the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.
Competition for the qualifying spots will be fierce, enhancing the importance of golf’s fastest rising accessory - “The Book” from PuttView, the game’s best and most detailed yardage book and greens guide.
Players at every level of the game have flocked to “The Book” since it was unveiled in July of 2020, helping golfers improve their course management and better read greens, two essential skills when playing in a United States Golf Association event.
PuttView will have “The Book” available for all qualifying rounds, providing players the confidence of being able to approach each putt understanding the slope and break of the green. That confidence and the knowledge “The Book” provides could be the difference in qualifying for the U.S. Open and a trip home.