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Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am, Friday tee times

Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am Friday tee times

Tee 1

7:15 David Eger, David Frost

7:26 Tom Kite, Joey Sindelar

7:37 Larry Mize, Larry Nelson

7:48 Andy North, Jerry Pate

7:59 Bob Tway, Tom Pernice Jr.

8:10 Leonard Thompson, Curtis Strange

8:21 Dan Forsman, D.A. Weibring

8:32 Mike Reid, Lonnie Nielsen

8:43 Bob Gilder, Tom Purtzer

8:54 Ronnie Black, Jim Dent

Tee 10

7:15 Paul Azinger, Tom Lehman

7:26 Tom Watson, Hal Sutton

7:37 Nick Price, Mark O'Meara

7:48 Fred Couples, Fred Funk

7:59 Tim Simpson, Chip Beck

8:10 John Cook, Tommy Armour III

8:21 Craig Stadler, Jeff Sluman

8:32 Bernhard Langer, Hale Irwin

8:43 Jay Haas, Loren Roberts

8:54 Fuzzy Zoeller, Peter Jacobsen

Tee 1

Noon Keith Fergus, Bruce Fleisher

12:11 Mark Wiebe, Russ Cochran

12:22 Andy Bean, Gene Jones

12:33 Phil Blackmar, Bobby Wadkins

12:44 Blaine McCallister, Fulton Allem

12:55 Brad Bryant, David Peoples

1:06 Gil Morgan, Bruce Summerhays

1:17 Jim Roy, Wayne Levi

1:28 Jay Sigel, Walter Hall

1:39 J.C. Snead, Kirk Hanefeld

Tee 10

Noon Denis Watson, Vicente Fernandez

12:11 Tom Jenkins, Scott Simpson

12:22 Morris Hatalsky, Olin Browne

12:33 John Jacobs, Sandy Lyle

12:44 Mike Hulbert, Gary Hallberg

12:55 Allen Doyle, Mark James

1:06 Mike Goodes, Tom Wargo

1:17 Dave Eichelberger, Bruce Vaughan

1:28 Peter Senior, Joe Ozaki

Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am, Friday tee times 04/14/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 11:02pm]
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