Sergio Garcia will be packing his best Adidas golf clothing for the US Open after coming out on top in a seven-man playoff for a spot at the Congressional.
The Spaniard, who has slipped down the world rankings in recent years, was forced to qualify for the event for the first time since turning pro back in 1999.
He carded rounds of 68 and 67 in the 36-hole qualifier at the Tunica National to clinch the coveted final spot for entry into the US Open.
Despite Garcia's exciting win at Tunica guaranteeing him a spot in the US Open, his run of 47 consecutive majors is likely to come to an end when the Open comes round in July.
Garcia was forced to pull out of last month's open qualifier with an infected finger nail and is unlikely to make it into the top 50 in the world to qualify automatically.
Other notable absentees for the second major of the season include previous Open champions Justin Leonard, Ben Curtis and David Duval.