GLENVIEW, Ill. – The final seven spots in the 121st Western Amateur field have been decided after the 18-hole qualifier at Sunset Valley Country Club on Sunday.

Pierce Grieve (Louisville), of Lake Forest, Illinois, and Connor Gdovin (Bowling Green), of Highland Heights, Ohio, each shot 7-under 65s to top the 72-player field and qualify for golf’s third oldest amateur championship, set to be held. Aug. 1-5 at North Shore Country Club in Glenview, Illinois.

Cameron Huss (Wisconsin), of Kenosha, Wisconsin, finished third with a 6-under 66. Drew Wrightson (Baylor), of Carmel, Indiana, and Luke Gutschewski (Iowa State), of Elkhorn, Nebraska, each fired 5-under 67s to tie for fourth.

With five players tied at 4-under after 18 holes, the final two spots in the field would decided in a sudden death playoff.

After five playoff holes, Ryan Voois (Illinois), of Ladera Ranch, California, and Ben Sluzas (Northern Illinois), of Lockport, Illinois, emerged to advance to the Western Amateur.

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First played at Glen View Club in 1899, the Western Amateur regularly attracts the top players from across the country and around the world, with past champions like Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods.

A combination of stroke play and match play competition make the Western Amateur one of the most demanding events in golf. The international field of 156 players will compete in 72 holes of stroke play over three days to determine the Sweet 16 for match play.

Attendance and parking at the Western Amateur are free.