The last day to enter the US Open field is June 13th and that leaves some big names out. Here are some faces that might be missing from the tournament.
Ian James Poulter: He is down to #85 in world rankings. He has played in 12 consecutive U.S. Opens and is a Ryder Cup giant. Poulter is an English professional golfer who plays the PGA Tour and the European Tour. He has previously been ranked as high as number 5 in the world rankings. He is out for four months to nurse an injury of the foot. The European Talisman for the Ryder Cup has put a question mark on his ability to even play the team event though the final word on that hasn't been spoken.
Luke Donald: He has spent over 200 weeks in the top ten, was world # 1 in 2012 and since has slipped to 77th in rankings. In 2011, he won the PGA Tour money list and European Race to Dubai to complete a historic double, becoming the first player to win both money lists on the PGA and European Tours in the same year
Hunter Mahan: He has slipped in the world rankings to 143rd slicing his chances off. He has won two World Golf Championship events, the 2010 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and the 2012 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
Trevor Immelman: The Masters Champion of 2008 who turned pro in 1999 hasn't yet booked his berth for the US Open