These exemptions bring the number of fully exempt players to 89.

The additional 13 players earned entry based on the current Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) or the three-event US Open 2021 European Tour Qualifying Series, which ended on June 7.

Exemptions were awarded to three players who moved into the top 60 of the OWGR as of June 7, who were not otherwise exempt. Bernd Wiesberger, of Austria, is currently No.52 and will compete in his seventh US Open. He has won eight European Tour events, including the Made in HimmerLand event on May 30.

Ian Poulter, who will play in his 16th US Open and owns five top-25 finishes in the championship, is ranked No.57. Poulter, of England, has been victorious on five professional Tours, including three PGA Tour wins. Charley Hoffman, of Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., is ranked No.58 and will return to his native San Diego, Calif., for his eighth start in the US Open.

RIGHT: Eight-time European Tour winner Bernd Wiesberger will compete in his seventh US Open. PHOTO: Andrew Redington/Getty Images.

The top 10 aggregate point earners, who are otherwise not exempt, in the three-event US Open 2021 European Tour Qualifying Series were also awarded places in the field. Those players are: No.1 Richard Bland, of England; No.2 Guido Migliozzi, of Italy; No.3 Marcus Armitage, of England; No.4 Mikko Korhonen, of Finland; No.5 Jordan Smith, of England; No.6 Adrian Meronk, of Poland; No.7 Edoardo Molinari, of Italy; No.8 Dave Coupland, of England; No.9 Thomas Detry, of Belgium; and No.10 Matthew Southgate, of England.

Bland, of England, earned a two-stroke victory on May 15 in the Betfred British Masters, the first event in the series. Wiesberger, who captured the second event in the series and was No.3 in the overall ranking, first became exempt through the OWGR top 60, which allowed Matthew Southgate to land a spot in the US Open. Marcus Armitage, of England, was victorious in the Porsche European Open, the third and final event, which ended on Monday. Bland will play in his second US Open and Armitage will make his first start in the championship.

Following final qualifying, the USGA will hold one place in the field for any multiple winners of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation for the season-ending Tour Championship.

More information about the 2021 US Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course, including local and final qualifying, is available at