Many golf fans mock Brian Harman after seeing what he’s done at the Charles Schwab Challenge this weekendSee more below ⬇️

Many golf fans mock Brian Harman after seeing what he’s done at the Charles Schwab Challenge this weekend
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Brian Harman is not usually the most watchable golfer on the PGA Tour and it looks like a lot of golf fans have used one clip of him this weekend to mock the American.

Harman was among the players very much in contention to win at the Colonial Golf Course after his opening round but he has since fallen away.

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Xander Schauffele will be looking to land his second major on the bounce after his PGA Championship victory. Scottie Scheffler will also fancy his chances of landing his first U.S. Open title after a turbulent week in Louisville.

Typically dubbed the toughest major, it promises to be an intriguing three-day event in June.

Unfortunately, some big names have yet to qualify.

Unsurprisingly, several LIV Golf stars are anxiously waiting on USPGA exemptions, and there are also PGA Tour stars looking to play their way back into the top 60 in the world to gain access to the event at Pinehurst.

Here, The Golfing Gazette looks at three players who are yet to book their place in the year’s third major.

READ MORE: What Tom Watson said about Pinehurst in 1999 has become very interesting ahead of the U.S. Open


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Adam Scott

Adam Scott’s appearance record at major championships is well and truly under threat. The Aussie missed the cut at the PGA Championship, which means he fell out of the top 60 in the rankings.

Scott is at Colonial this week, hoping to book his spot by climbing back up the rankings. He can ill afford to miss the cut again. If he does, he will anxiously wait for the USPGA’s decision.

Joaquin Niemann

LIV Golf’s individual championship leader, Joaquin Niemann, is yet to find his way into the field.

Due to LIV not gaining any ranking points, the Chilean finds himself well outside the top 60 at present.

Unless he appears in one of the June 3 qualifiers, one of the game’s hottest properties won’t feature in North Carolina.

Patrick Reed

Another player who is definitely out of the U.S. Open is Patrick Reed.

The 2018 Masters winner withdrew from his qualifying event in Dallas on Monday and, according to Golf Digest, won’t be able to feature in the June 3 qualifying – typically dubbed the longest day in golf.

Reed’s absence means his run of featuring in every major since 2014 is now over.

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Many golf fans mock Brian Harman after seeing what he’s done at the Charles Schwab Challenge this weekend


Sat 25 May 2024 23:00

Lee Connor

Brian Harman is not usually the most watchable golfer on the PGA Tour and it looks like a lot of golf fans have used one clip of him this weekend to mock the American.

Harman was among the players very much in contention to win at the Colonial Golf Course after his opening round but he has since fallen away.

A lacklustre second round yesterday ensured Harman was too far back from leader Davis Riley and at the time of writing in round three, Harman is now nine shots off the leader.

READ MORE: Brian Harman explains what Georgia based players are doing at Colonial that he’s steering well clear of

Harman, the current Open Championship holder, has gone on record this week suggesting certain parts of the new-look course are not up to scratch.

“The fear when you do an iconic place like this is that they mess it up,” he explained.


“I feel pretty confident in saying they didn’t mess it up. Now, the course needs time to mature. The grass really isn’t quite where it needs to be yet. It takes a long time for those roots to get their structure and for everything to settle down.”

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