BETHESDA (AFP) - South Korean golfer Seung Yul Noh played his way into next week's US Open by winning Monday's qualifying event at Springfield, Ohio, as part of a busy final day of booking spots in the Major. Spain's Sergio Garcia was also among those from 10 other sites who booked their trip to next week's second major tournament of the year at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. Noh fired back-to-back 66s to finish on 132 and lead the field by three strokes for one of two spots on offer to play in the Washington suburbs next week. Garcia was among four qualifiers from a seven-man playoff for the last spots at Memphis, joining Sweden's Fredrik Jacobson and South Korean Kang Sung-Hoon as non-US players advancing. Canada's David Hearn and Argentine amateur Emiliano Grillo lost in the Memphis playoff. In qualifying at Summit, New Jersey, American Geoffrey Sisk set the pace on 137 but England's Matt Richardson, Taiwan amateur Cheng-Tsung Pan and Brazil's Alex Rocha reached the US Open field by each finishing one stroke off the pace.