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Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am final round tee times

Today's tee times

Tee 1

7:29 Tom Purtzer, Michael Robertson*, Fuzzy Zoeller, George Lopez*
7:40 Olin Browne, Phil Blackmar, Tom Wargo, Bob Tway
7:51 Gil Morgan, Larry Nelson, Lonnie Nielsen, Peter Jacobsen
8:02 Ronnie Black, Jeffrey Leimbacher* , Morris Hatalsky, Gene Sullivan*
8:13 Russ Cochran, Andy Bean, Jay Haas, Ronde Barber*
8:24 Peter Senior, Steve Hand*, Kirk Hanefeld, Tim Simpson
8:35 Vicente Fernandez, Tom Jenkins, Mike Goodes, Dennis Murphy*
8:46 Tommy Armour III, David Eger, Fred Couples, Loren Roberts
8:57 Hal Sutton, Emmitt Smith*, Tom Pernice Jr., Mike Finster*
9:08 Nick Price, Dan Forsman, Ron Salhany*, Tom Watson
9:19 Mike Reid, Tom Kite, Keith Fergus, Michael Mezack*
9:30 Bernhard Langer, Rolf Klam*, Mark O'Meara, Jon Miller*
Tee 10
7:29 Jeff Sluman, Bruce Fleisher, Mark James, Brad Bryant
7:40 Jay Sigel, Walter Hall, David Frost, Larry Mize
7:51 Scott Simpson, Gene Jones, Mike Brown*, Sandy Lyle
8:02 Blaine McCallister, Jim Roy, Joe Ozaki, Joey Sindelar
8:13 Tom Lehman, Derrick Brooks*, Fred Funk, Joe Theismann*
8:24 Leonard Thompson, Jeff Finnerty*, D.A. Weibring, Wayne Levi
8:35 James Mason, Bob Gilder, Andy North, Hale Irwin
8:46 David Peoples, John Cook, John Jacobs, Bruce Summerhays
8:57 Fulton Allem, Mark Adams*, Bruce Vaughan, Paul Azinger
9:08 Jerry Pate, Chip Beck, Denis Watson, Mark Wiebe
9:19 Bobby Wadkins, Allen Doyle, Craig Stadler, Gary Hallberg
9:30 J.C. Snead, Mike Hulbert, Jim Dent, Dave Eichelberger
* — pro-am partner

Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am final round tee times 04/17/10 [Last modified: Saturday, April 17, 2010 11:05pm]
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