Champions Golf Tour
$1,725,000 Principal Charity Classic Field
Glen Oaks Country Club
Par 71 - 6879 Yards
West Des Moines, Iowa
Jun 4 - Jun 6, 2010
Fulton Allem
Tommy Armour III
Andy Bean
Chip Beck
Ronnie Black
Jay Don Blake
Olin Browne
Brad Bryant
Bobby Clampett
Keith Clearwater
Russ Cochran
John Cook
Fred Couples
Allen Doyle
David Eger
Dave Eichelberger
Jack Ferenz
Keith Fergus
Vicente Fernandez
Bruce Fleisher
Dan Forsman
David Frost
Fred Funk
Bob Gilder
Bill Glasson
Mike Goodes
Jay Haas
Gary Hallberg
Kirk Hanefeld
John Harris
Steve Haskins
Morris Hatalsky
Peter Jacobsen
Mark James
Tom Jenkins
Gene Jones
Tom Kite
Gary Koch
Bernhard Langer
Wayne Levi
Bruce Lietzke
Graham Marsh
James Mason
Blaine McCallister
Larry Mize
Gil Morgan
Jodie Mudd
Larry Nelson
Lonnie Nielsen
Mark O'Meara
Joe Ozaki
Corey Pavin
David Peoples
Don Pooley
Nick Price
Tom Purtzer
Mike Reid
Loren Roberts
Eduardo Romero
John Ross
Jim Roy
Ken Schall
Ted Schulz
Peter Senior
Scott Simpson
Tim Simpson
Joey Sindelar
Jeff Sluman
Chris Starkjohann
Bruce Summerhays
Hal Sutton
Bruce Vaughan
Bobby Wadkins
Tom Wargo
Denis Watson
D.A. Weibring
Mark Wiebe
Fuzzy Zoeller
It took four extra holes last year, but Mark McNulty finally claimed his seventh victory on the Champions Tour. McNulty faced Fred Funk and Nick Price in the extra session. They all parred the first hole, before Price fell out with a par on the second extra hole. Funk and McNulty parred the third playoff hole, then McNulty birdied the fourth hole of the playoff to finally seal the win. For the third straight year and for the fifth time in the last six seasons, this event follows the season`s first major, the Senior PGA Championship. Tom Lehman earned his first Champions Tour major at the Senior PGA last weekend as Fred Couples and David Frost both made a mess of the first playoff hole. Lehman pulled out of this event after the win, but Couples and Frost are in the field this week. The Golf Channel has early evening coverage of all three rounds. After a two-week break, the Champions Tour heads to New York for the Dick`s Sporting Goods Open, where Lonnie Nielsen won last season with a tournament scoring record of 21-under 195.