Former Masters champion Sergio Garcia will play at next month's US Open after coming through final qualifying to book his spot.
The Spaniard missed last week's US PGA Championship – the first major in 24 years for which he had not been present – after joining the breakaway LIV Golf Series and therefore not being high enough in the world rankings.
An opening-round 66 at Bent Tree Country Club in Dallas left him two shots off the projected qualifying line but he produced a back-nine rally in his second round at Northwood, including an eagle at the 14th and a birdie at the last, to card another 66 and claim one of the eight spots available to play at the Los Angeles Country Club.
"I played well and I knew what I needed. I didn't want to be in a play-off. I've done that before. It's pretty scary," Garcia told golf.com.
Former US Open champion Graeme McDowell, another LIV member, missed out on a five-man play-off after three-putting the last at Northwood.
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