The six golfers with Wisconsin ties who competed June 6 in U.S. Open Final Qualifying had something in common with former world No. 1 Luke Donald and PGA Tour winners Rickie Fowler, Cam Champ and Brandt Snedeker.

None of them advanced to the U.S. Open.

In all, 871 golfers competed at 11 sites for 65 available spots in the 122nd U.S. Open, scheduled for June 16-19 at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass.

Thirteen spots were up for grabs in Columbus, Ohio, which annually draws a large group of PGA Tour players one day after the conclusion of the Memorial Tournament.

That’s where three amateurs with state ties teed it up: Bennett Swavely of Hudson, a rising sophomore at the University of Minnesota; Cameron Huss of Kenosha, a rising junior at the University of Wisconsin; and Griffin Barela of Lakewood, Colo., who recently exhausted his eligibility at Wisconsin.

Huss fared the best, shooting 71-70—141 and falling just three shots short of advancing. Barela shot 73-72—145 and Swavely shot 72-77—149.

Hunter Eichhorn of Carney, Mich., a three-time Big East player of the year at Marquette University, made his professional debut at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, Md., where four spots were available. He shot 75-70—145 and missed the cutoff by four strokes.

Also in Rockville, Oostburg native Patrick Stolpe shot 73-75—148 and failed to advance. In Jupiter, Fla., where four spots were available, Ty Kretz of Marinette, a rising sophomore at South Dakota State, fell short with rounds of 72-78—150 at The Club at Admiral’s Cove.

They had plenty of company. Fowler shot 73-67—140 in Jupiter and missed the cutoff by one stroke.

Champ, Donald, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Camilo Villegas and Christiaan Bezuidenhout all fell short in Columbus. Snedeker, Scott Piercy, Robert Streb and Sahith Theegala were among those who failed to advance at Springfield (Ohio) CC.

Among those who earned spots in the U.S. Open field were Chris Gotterup, who played as a fifth-year senior at the University of Oklahoma and won the Jack Nicklaus Award as the NCAA Division I Player of the Year. Gotterup tied for medalist honors (3-under 137) in Purchase, N.Y., with UConn’s Caleb Manuel.

Lanto Griffin fired an afternoon 62 at Wedgewood Golf & Country Club in Columbus to earn the top spot with a 12-under 131 total. Among the others advancing in Columbus were Joel Dahmen, Patrick Rodgers and Wyndham Clark.

In Springfield, Beau Hossler and Troy Merritt advanced, as did Adrien Dumont de Chassart, who led the Big Ten in scoring average (70.15) as a senior at the University of Illinois.

Jonas Blixt of Sweden, a three-time winner on the PGA Tour, shot 67-65 for a 10-under 132 total to earn medalist honors at RattleSnake Point Golf Club in Milton, Ontario, Canada.