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Adam Scott set to break epic major streak after loss in US Open qualifier playoff

Adam Scott's streak of playing in 91 consecutive majors is on course to end after he lost a US Open qualifying playoff to fellow Australian Cam Davis.

It took the pair three playoff holes at Springhead Country Club in Ohio before Davis secured the last of the four spots on offer, having bogeyed the last of the day's 36 regulation holes to open the door for Scott.

Scott remains the first alternate for the year's third major, while he will qualify if his world ranking remains at 60 after this weekend's Memorial Tournament which he is not playing in.

European Ryder Cup champion Luke Donald and Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell, the 2010 US Open champion, were among those who missed the cut at Springhead.

England's Matt Wallace missed out by a shot at Ridgeway, Ontario, where fellow countryman Aaron Rai claimed one of the seven spots on offer.

Matt Kuchar and 2012 champion Webb Simpson were among the qualifiers from the 10 courses, but major champions Zach Johnson, Jason Dufner and Charles Schwartzel missed out.

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