Champions Golf Tour
$2,600,000 JELD-WEN Tradition Field
Crosswater Club at Sunriver Resort
Par 72 - 7533 Yards
Sunriver, Oregon
Aug 19 - Aug 22, 2010
Fulton Allem
Michael Allen
Isao Aoki
Tommy Armour III
Andy Bean
Chip Beck
Ronnie Black
Phil Blackmar
Jay Don Blake
Olin Browne
Brad Bryant
Mark Calcavecchia
Bobby Clampett
Russ Cochran
John Cook
Ben Crenshaw
Allen Doyle
David Eger
Keith Fergus
Bruce Fleisher
Dan Forsman
David Frost
Fred Funk
Bob Gilder
Mike Goodes
Jay Haas
Morris Hatalsky
Hale Irwin
Mark James
Tom Jenkins
Gene Jones
Tom Kite
Bernhard Langer
Tom Lehman
Wayne Levi
J.L. Lewis
Chien Soon Lu
Graham Marsh
Larry Mize
Gil Morgan
Mark O'Meara
Joe Ozaki
Jerry Pate
Corey Pavin
David Peoples
Don Pooley
Nick Price
Tom Purtzer
Mike Reid *
Loren Roberts
Eduardo Romero
Peter Senior
Scott Simpson
Tim Simpson
Joey Sindelar
Jeff Sluman
Craig Stadler
Hal Sutton
Bob Tway
Bruce Vaughan
Bobby Wadkins
Denis Watson
Tom Watson
D.A. Weibring
Mark Wiebe
Fuzzy Zoeller
* - Defending Champion
The major championship season continues this week with the JELD-WEN Tradition. The Tradition is the fourth of five majors on the Champions Tour. Mike Reid needed an extra hole last year to defeat John Cook, who bogeyed the final hole of regulation to force the playoff. Reid won his second major title on the senior circuit to go along with the 2005 Senior PGA Championship. Reid and Cook finished at 16-under par, two clear of Brad Bryant. The two returned to the 18th tee for the extra hole, where Reid sank a 10-foot birdie putt to claim the title. The Champions Tour majors have been dominated by Bernhard Langer and Fred Couples. Couples was a playoff loser to Tom Lehman at the Senior PGA and finished three strokes behind Langer at the U.S. Senior Open. Langer has won each of the last two majors on the Champions Tour. At the Senior British Open, the German closed with a one-over 72 to fend off U.S. Ryder Cup captain Corey Pavin by a single stroke. Langer out-dueled Couples the following week for the U.S. Senior Open crown to become the first man to win back-to-back majors on the Champions Tour since Tom Watson turned the trick in 2003. The final major will be played the second weekend in October when Jay Haas defends his title at the Senior Players Championship. Golf Channel has coverage the first two rounds before NBC takes over on the weekend. The Champions Tour remains on the west coast next week for the Boeing Classic, where Loren Roberts is the defending champion.