The last spot for the U.S. Open went to Australian Wade Ormsby, who finished the two rounds with the score of 9 under par.
Other Indians in the field for the U.S. Open chance were Shiv Kapur and Jeev Milkha Singh. Shiv Kapur posted an impressive two-under par in the first round, but withdrew from the second round, due to some issue. He last played at the Open in 2015 along with Anirban Lahiri.
Jeev Milkha Singh finished with three over par 75 in the first round, but could not play the second round, this could have been his sixth U.S. Open appearance, where he last played it in the last year.
Singh and Shiv Kapur will be heading to Nordea Masters this week.
Englishman, Aaron Rai finished atop, who carried his magnificent recent form to Walton Heath Golf Club and demonstrating a solid play of 14 under par in 36 holes, Chinese Haotong Li, finished second with 1one stroke behind.
The qualifier set up at the Walton Health Golf Club, in England saw three aces, one each by David Boote, Andrew Johnston and Dimitri Papadatos, Boote had it on the hole No.6 of the Old Course, Johnston did the same on hole No.2 of the New Course, in the morning session. Papadatos achieved it in the afternoon session at the tee No.7 of the Old Course.
Among the three, only Andrew Johnston got shortlisted with his exceptional rounds of 6 and 4 under, making it 10 under for total after 36 holes play.
All 15 players who will be heading to the U.S. Open are Aaron Rai, Haotong Li, Alexander Levy, Richie Ramsay, Oliver Bekker, Joel Stalter, Bradley Dredge, Eddie Pepperell, Brandon Stone, George Coetzee, Andrew Johnston, Paul Dunne, Matt Wallace, Thomas Aiken and Wade Ormsby.