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Champions Tour Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am fast facts

Today: Laser Spine Institute Challenge (pros playing with amateurs), 10 a.m. shotgun start, TPC Tampa Bay

Tee Pros

1A Mike Goodes, Leonard Thompson

1B Ben Crenshaw, Nick Price

2A Dana Quigley, Mark O'Meara

2B Jim Thorpe, Corey Pavin

3 Steve Lowery, David Frost

4 Andy Bean, Loren Roberts

5 Bobby Wadkins, Dan Forsman

6A Don Pooley, Russ Cochran

6B Tom Jenkins, Larry Mize

7 Mark Brooks, Olin Browne

8 Jay Sigel, Mark Calcavecchia

9A Bruce Fleisher, John Cook

9B Peter Jacobsen, Craig Stadler

10A Hal Sutton, Hale Irwin

10B Scott Hoch, Larry Nelson

11A Dave Eichelberger, Jeff Sluman

11B Tom Purtzer, Jay Haas

12 D.A. Weibring, Tom Lehman

13 Wayne Levi, Tommy Armour, III

14A Allen Doyle, Michael Allen

14B Bob Gilder, Tom Pernice, Jr.

15 Vicente Fernandez, Chien Soon Lu

16 Morris Hatalsky, Peter Senior

17 Joey Sindelar, Mike Reid

18A Fuzzy Zoeller, Tom Kite

18B Kenny Perry, Fred Funk

. Fast facts

Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am

When: Friday-Sunday

Where: TPC Tampa Bay, Lutz (par 71, 6,828 yards)

Purse: $1.7 million ($255,000 winner's share)

Field: 78 players

Format: 54-hole stroke-play with no cut. Friday-Saturday play pairs one amateur with one professional in a team better-ball format. Low 16 pro-am teams play Sunday.

Defending champion: Bern­hard Langer

Parking: There are shuttles from the public parking lot to TPC Tampa Bay. From the Veterans Expressway in Hills­borough County, look for signs at Exit 16. From Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa, go north to Lutz Lake Fern Road. Go past TPC Tampa Bay to the public parking lot west of the course.

TV: 12:30 p.m. Friday, Golf Channel; 4 p.m. Saturday, Ch. 8; 1 p.m. Sunday, Ch. 8.


Champions Tour Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am fast facts 04/13/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 13, 2011 10:01pm]
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