Levin still has a chance to make the U.S. Open if he can crack the top 60 in the world after this week.
Wi was the medalist by three strokes. He opened with a 7-under-par 65 at Scarlet and followed up with a 67 at Scioto.
"This is only my second one. It's not easy to get in," said Wi, a South Korean native who grew up in California. His only previous appearance was at Bethpage Black three years ago. "I always flew home Sunday night because if I missed (in the qualifier) I was already home. This worked out better. I took the strategy that if I missed I'd be home for two weeks. That's probably not a good strategy."
But it worked out fine.
In other qualifiers Monday:
— At Rockville, Md., Shane Bertsch was medalist and received one of seven spots at Woodmont Country Club. Bertsch has played only one other U.S. Open in his career, which also was at Olympic Club in 1998 when he missed the cut. Also qualifying were Michael Thompson (142), Paul Claxton (143), Cole Howard (143), Darron Stiles (143), Nicholas Thompson (143) and Jeff Curl (143). Howard and Thompson were alternates out of 18-hole local qualifying last month.
Curl is the son of Rod Curl, the first full-blooded Native American to win a PGA Tour event.
— At Glen Ellyn, Ill., Tim Herron grabbed one of two spots available at Village Links. Herron tied for 53rd in the '98 U.S. Open the last time it was played at Olympic.
— At Lecanto, Fla., Scott Langley made it through local and sectional qualify for the second time in three years. Langley made his U.S. Open debut as an amateur at Pebble Beach in 2010 and tied for 16th to share low-amateur honors. Brooks Koepka earned the last spot in a playoff over 14-year-old Andy Zhang of China, who was bidding to become the youngest ever in the U.S. Open.
— At Springfield, Ohio, Brice Garnett was medalist and earned one of two spots from Springfield Country Club. It will be his first PGA Tour-sanctioned event.
— At Canoe Brook in New Jersey, all four spots went to players who had to make it through 18-hole local qualifying and 36-hole sectional qualifying. Leading the way was Cameron Wilson, an amateur who shot 65 on the North course in the afternoon.
— At Houston, Bob Estes returns to the U.S. Open for only the second time in the last five years. Estes shot 138 at Lakeside Country Club to get one of three spots. Alistair Presnell of Australia and Brian Rowell earned the last two spots in a 4-for-2 playoff. Jordan Spieth, whose Texas Longhorns won the NCAA title on Sunday in Los Angeles, missed a 5-foot birdie putt in the playoff and was eliminated.
— In Suwanee, Ga., Jason Bohn was the medalist and got one of three spots. One of others went to Casey Wittenberg, a former U.S. Amateur runner-up still trying to reach the PGA Tour.
— In Creswell, Ore., Martin finished in the dark to earn medalist honors. The other spot will be decided in a playoff Tuesday morning between Daniel Miernicki and Nick Sherwood.
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