Janzen won't return to Olympic Club
Memphis, TN (Sports Network) - Lee Janzen, who won the last U.S. Open held at Olympic Club, won't be going back to try again.
The two-time U.S. Open champion was among those who failed to make the field for next week's championship through a qualifier at Germantown Country Club.
Janzen, who won his second Open title at the San Francisco club in 1998, shot 72-68 at the rain-delayed qualifier for a two-under 140, missing a playoff for the last spot by four strokes.
Former major champions Justin Leonard, David Duval and Shaun Micheel also failed to make it out of the Memphis qualifier that was delayed Monday by weather.
Tommy Biershenk shot a five-under 66 in the second round to lead the group of nine players who qualified for the season's second major.
Biershenk had a 67 in the first round and finished with a nine-under 133 while amateur Hunter Hamrick led a group of five players who tied for second place at 134.
Among the other players making it were Joe Ogilvie, Stephen Ames, Joe Durant and Aaron Watkins.
06/05 23:17:08 ET