The 14 players to punch their tickets were: Andrew Johnston, James Morrison, Matthew Southgate, Richie Ramsay, Scott Gregory, Ryan Fox, Tom Lewis, Matthieu Pavon, Matt Wallace, Jason Scrivener, Dean Burmester, Kristoffer Reitan (am), Thorbjorn Olesen and Paul Waring.
Scott had opened with a morning round of 66 at the Brookside Golf and Country Club and when he reached the turn at 2 under in the afternoon he appeared to be well on his way to playing his 17th consecutive US Open.
Among those who failed to qualify were Vijay Singh and 19-year-old Joaquin Niemann, who contended last week at the Memorial.
In Springfield in Ohio, South Australian David Lutterus will be gutted after he led through 18 holes with an opening 65 to lead at that point before a second round of 74 saw him miss out by just one shot. With the finish his ranking only increased to 64th.
"Increased player information is at the core of what today's fan demands during live sporting events", said Navin Singh, USGA Head of Global Content and Media Distribution, through a press release. "After looking it up, it seems like it doesn't play that long, so I'm going to go out early (Friday) and try to get ready for it".
"I just had to grind it out", Schniederjans said.
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"I've heard such great things about Shinnecock and I'm really keen to see the course for the first time and get settled in".
Stricker, who has 12 PGA Tour titles and has won twice on the PGA Tour Champions, will be making his 21st appearance in the U.S. Open and has four top-10s, his best a fifth in 1999.
He's qualified for next week's US Open, a day after finishing in a share of eighth place at the European Tour's Italian Open.
The Australian was forced to qualify after falling outside the world's top 60, as his five-year exemption into all the majors that came with his Masters triumph expired after last year's US Open at Erin Hills. Garrett Rank, a Canadian amateur who is a referee in the National Hockey League, earned his spot at the qualifer in Roswell, Georgia. Scott withdrew from that event after Monday's qualifier.