Hyundai Tournament of Champions Field

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Hyundai Tournament of Champions Field 2013
Player Career PGA TOUR wins (Most recent) Age
Ben Curtis 4 (2012 Valero Texas Open) 35
Bill Haas 4 (2012 Northern Trust Open) 30
Brandt Snedeker 4 (2012 TOUR Championship) 32
Bubba Watson 4 (2012 The Masters) 34
Carl Pettersson 5 (2012 RBC Heritage) 35
Charlie Beljan 1 (2012 CMN Hospitals) 28
Dustin Johnson 6 (2012 FedEx St. Jude Classic) 28
George McNeill 2 (2012 Puerto Rico Open) 37
Hunter Mahan 5 (2012 Shell Houstopn Open) 30
Ian Poulter 2 (HSBC Champions) 36
J.J. Henry 2 (2012 Reno-Tahoe Open) 37
Jason Dufner 2 (2012 HP Byron Nelson Championship) 35
John Huh 1 (2012 2012 Mayakoba Classic) 22
Johnson Wagner 3 (2012 Sony Open) 32
Jonas Blixt 1 (2012 Frys.com Open) 28
Keegan Bradley 3 (2012 Bridgestone Invitational) 28
Kyle Stanley 1 (2012 Waste Management Phoenix) 25
Mark Leishman 1 (2012 Travelers Championship) 29
Mark Wilson 5 (2012 Humana Challenge) 38
Matt Kuchar 4 (2012 THE PLAYERS) 34
Nick Watney 5 (2012 The Barclays) 31
Rickie Fowler 1 (2012 Wells Fargo Championship) 24
Ryan Moore 2 (2012 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open) 30
Scott Piercy 2 (2012 RBC Canadian Open) 34
Scott Stallings 2 (2012 TrueSouth Classic) 27
Steve Stricker 12 (2012 Hyundai Tournament of Champions 45
Ted Potter Jr. 1 (2012 The Greenbrier Classic) 29
Tommy Gainey 1 (2012 The McGladrey Classic) 37
Webb Simpson 3 (2012 The U.S. Open) 27
Zach Johnson 9 (2012 Colonial) 36

Source: PGA TOUR

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3 thoughts on “Hyundai Tournament of Champions Field”

  1. As always, apparently Tiger thinks he’s above the field to play in this tournament. His loss – as more of us, used-to-be-fans are deeming him irrelevant. Look at this field! Only one 40-something! Great field and won’t miss it!

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  2. I don’t know that Tiger’s above the field. But I suspect that he and McIlroy get big checks for starting their seasons in the Desert.

    Nonetheless, I totally agree with you. What we are looking at in this field—Sticker aside— is the future of golf: Snedeker, Haas, Mahan, Johnson, Dufner, Bradley et. al. These guys are all future Major winners.

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  3. It would be great to have the likes of Woods and McIlroy playing but I think the tournament still looks in great shape.

    It’s a very strong field with as mentioned some of the best up and coming players on tour.

    It’s a case of anyone in the field is capable of winning after four rounds.

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