Medford native and professional golfer Dylan Wu qualifies for his first PGA U.S. Open

ROCKVILLE, MD — Medford native and professional golfer Dylan Wu, punched his ticket to his first PGA U.S. Open tournament during a qualifying event Monday.

The 24-year-oldĀ  graduated from St. Mary’s High School in 2014. He later went on to play college golf at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

Wu competes in the Korn Ferry division. He finished with a total of 137 points at the 36 hole sectional tournament in Rockville.

Wu tells KOBI he’s excited to play in a tournament he grew up watching.

A follow up story and interview will be posted prior to the start of the US Open – which is scheduled to begin next Thursday Jun 17th until the 20th.

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Anthony Carter is a reporter for NBC5 News. He grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and graduated from Elizabethtown College in 2019. Anthony started his career as a print journalist, covering New York sports and the NBA Draft. He then started his own sports podcast and website covering the Arena Football League. Anthony moved to the Rogue Valley in 2019 as a news producer before joining the NBC5 News family. Anthony likes to workout at the gym, play basketball, and root for his Atlanta Hawks and New York Jets. Want to connect with Anthony? send him an email: [email protected]
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