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Palm Harbor's John Huston will replace Alvaro Quiros in Transitions Championship field

PALM HARBOR - Palm Harbor's John Huston, the 2000 tournament champion, has been added to the Transitions Championship field. Huston earned a sponsor's exemption spot when Alvaro Quiros withdrew after an injury during Sunday's final round of the WGC Cadillac Championship in Miami. With the addition of Huston, every past champion of the Transitions Championship is in the field. Huston, 49, played in last week's Puerto Rico Open, where he failed to make the cut. This is only his third event this season and he has not made a cut in two previous tries. Huston turns 50 on June 1 and plans to join the Champions Tour.

— Rodney Page, Times Staff Writer

Palm Harbor's John Huston will replace Alvaro Quiros in Transitions Championship field 03/14/11 [Last modified: Monday, March 14, 2011 2:24pm]
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