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Transitions Championship: Golf tournament facts and notes

Tournament information

What: A 72-hole PGA Tour event

When/where: Thursday-Sunday; Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club, Copperhead Course, Palm Harbor

Par/yards: 71; 7,340

Field: 144 players

Purse: $5.5 million (winner's share is $990,000)

Fed Ex Cup points: 500

Defending champ: Jim Furyk

Schedule: Today — Pro-am. Thursday-Friday — first and second rounds, morning and afternoon tee times. Saturday-Sunday — third and fourth rounds.

Tickets: Available at Publix, or (727) 942-5566. Cost is $30 per day (Thursday-Sunday) in advance, $40 at the gate and $89 for a weekly badge. Those 17 and younger and military personnel are admitted free all week.

TV: Thursday-Friday, 3-6 p.m., Golf Channel; Saturday-Sunday, 1-3 p.m., Golf Channel, 3-6 p.m., Ch. 8

Today's pro-am tee times

Starting on No. 1

7:45 a.m.: Bubba Watson

7:55: Jason Day

8:05: Trevor Immelman

8:15: Geoff Ogilvy

8:25: Ryan Moore

8:35: Kenny Perry

8:45: Jim Furyk

8:55: Stuart Appleby

9:05: Sean O'Hair

9:15: Kevin Na

9:25: K.J. Choi

9:35: Justin Rose

9:45: Vijay Singh

12:30 p.m.: Zach Johnson

12:40: David Toms

12:50: Justin Leonard

1: Stewart Cink

1:10: Rory Sabbatini

1:20: John Daly

1:30: Brian Gay

1:40: Arjun Atwal

1:50: Ryo Ishikawa

2: Charles Howell

2:10: Padraig Harrington

2:20: Alex Prugh

2:30: Retief Goosen

Starting on No. 10

7:45 a.m.: Ryan Palmer

7:55: Charley Hoffman

8:05: Sergio Garcia

8:15: Heath Slocum

8:25: Martin Laird

8:35: Paul Goydos

8:45: Bill Haas

8:55: Carl Pettersson

9:05: Ricky Barnes

9:15: Vaughn Taylor

9:25: Brendon de Jonge

9:35: Nick Watney

9:45: Paul Casey

12:30 p.m.: Brian Davis

12:40: Robert Garrigus

12:50: David Duval

1: Charlie Wi

1:10: Jonathan Byrd

1:20: Matteo Manassero

1:30: Lucas Glover

1:40: Marc Leishman

1:50: Peter Hanson

2: Bryce Molder

2:10: John Senden

2:20: Matt Jones

2:30: Brandt Snedeker

First round — Thursday

Copperhead Course No. 1

7:45 a.m.: Rich Beem, Kevin Stadler, Alex Prugh

7:55: D.J. Trahan, George McNeill, John Senden

8:06: Jeff Maggert, Brandt Jobe, Greg Chalmers

8:16: Billy Mayfair, Harrison Frazar, Matt Jones

8:27: Charley Hoffman, John Rollins, David Toms

8:37: Robert Garrigus, Ryan Palmer, Jerry Kelly

8:48: Michael Bradley, Jonathan Byrd, Geoff Ogilvy

8:58: Arjun Atwal, Cameron Beckman, Vaughn Taylor

9:09: Jason Day, Stephen Ames, Sean O'Hair

9:19: Ryuji Imada, Nick O'Hern, Bryce Molder

9:30: Cameron Tringale, Steven Bowditch, Daniel Summerhays

9:40: Jarrod Lyle, Bio Kim, Brendan Steele

Copperhead Course No. 10

7:45 a.m.: Steve Flesch, Joe Durant, Kris Blanks

7:55: J.J. Henry, Gary Woodland, Ryo Ishikawa

8:06: Kevin Sutherland, David Duval, Josh Teater

8:16: Paul Goydos, Chris Couch, Charlie Wi

8:27: Johnson Wagner, Ryan Moore, Fred Funk

8:37: Rory Sabbatini, Paul Casey, Padraig Harrington

8:48: Nick Watney, Bubba Watson, Martin Kaymer

8:58: Bill Lunde, Kenny Perry, Justin Leonard

9:09: Rocco Mediate, Stewart Cink, K.J. Choi

9:19: Tag Ridings, Webb Simpson, Jeff Klauk

9:30: Tommy Gainey, Chris Kirk, Peter Uihlein-Y

9:40: Zack Miller, William McGirt, Will Claxton

Copperhead Course No. 1

12:30 p.m.: Andres Romero, Shaun Micheel, Troy Merritt

12:40: J.P. Hayes, Chris DiMarco, Jesper Parnevik

12:51: Chad Campbell, Brian Davis, Ricky Barnes

1:01: Charles Howell, Alex Cejka, Marc Leishman

1:12: Carl Pettersson, Derek Lamely, Trevor Immelman

1:22: Zach Johnson, Sergio Garcia, Matteo Manassero

1:33: Mark Wilson, Jim Furyk, Vijay Singh

1:43: Nathan Green, Lucas Glover, Brian Gay

1:54: John Daly, Roland Thatcher, Peter Hanson

2:04: Chris Riley, James Driscoll, Chris Stroud

2:15: Chris Tidland, Keegan Bradley, Jeff Freeman

2:25: Bobby Gates, Joseph Bramlett, Russell Knox

Copperhead Course No. 10

12:30 p.m.: Garrett Willis, Kent Jones, Blake Adams

12:40: Tim Petrovic, Brendon de Jonge, Chad Collins

12:51: John Huston, Spencer Levin, Michael Connell

1:01: Brandt Snedeker, Ben Curtis, Jimmy Walker

1:12: Troy Matteson, Marc Turnesa, Chez Reavie

1:22: Matt Bettencourt, Justin Rose, Retief Goosen

1:33: Bill Haas, Stuart Appleby, Martin Laird

1:43: Heath Slocum, Pat Perez, Mark Calcavecchia

1:54: Woody Austin, Dean Wilson, Tim Herron

2:04: Kevin Na, Jason Dufner, Jamie Lovemark

2:15: Hunter Haas, Fabian Gomez, Jason Kokrak

2:25: Kyle Stanley, Scott Stallings, Travis Hampshire

Y: amateur

Transitions Championship: Golf tournament facts and notes 03/15/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:35pm]
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