Champions Golf Tour
$2,100,000 SAS Championship Field
Prestonwood Country Club (Meadows and Highlands Courses)
Par 72 - 7212 Yards
Cary, North Carolina
Sep 30 - Oct 2, 2011
 
Fulton Allem
Tommy Armour III
Chip Beck
Ronnie Black
Phil Blackmar
Jay Don Blake
Mark Brooks
Olin Browne
Mark Calcavecchia
Bobby Clampett
Russ Cochran *
John Cook
Fred Couples
Ben Crenshaw
Joe Daley
Allen Doyle
David Eger
Brad Faxon
Keith Fergus
Vicente Fernandez
Bruce Fleisher
Dan Forsman
David Frost
Jim Gallagher, Jr.
Bob Gilder
Bill Glasson
Mike Goodes
Gary Hallberg
John Harris
Morris Hatalsky
Scott Hoch
John Huston
Hale Irwin
Peter Jacobsen
Tom Jenkins
Steve Jones
Tom Kite
Gary Koch
Bernhard Langer
Tom Lehman
Wayne Levi
J.L. Lewis
Steve Lowery
Chien Soon Lu
Mark McNulty
Larry Mize
Gil Morgan
Larry Nelson
Lonnie Nielsen
Joe Ozaki
Steve Pate
Corey Pavin
David Peoples
Kenny Perry
Nick Price
Tom Purtzer
Dana Quigley
Mike Reid
Loren Roberts
Eduardo Romero
Dave Rummells
Jim Rutledge
Ted Schulz
Peter Senior
Scott Simpson
Tim Simpson
Joey Sindelar
Jeff Sluman
Rod Spittle
Craig Stadler
Curtis Strange
Hal Sutton
Doug Tewell
Jim Thorpe
Bob Tway
Bobby Wadkins
D.A. Weibring
Mark Wiebe
Fuzzy Zoeller
* - Defending Champion
 
NOTES
The Champions Tour returns to action after a one-week break with the SAS Championship. Russ Cochran only needed a one-under 71 in the final round last year to collect his second straight Champions Tour title. Cochran finished two strokes clear of 2009 winner Tom Pernice, Jr. Two weeks earlier in South Korea, Cochran took down Fred Funk in a playoff. The two victories were Cochran`s first on the senior circuit and he added another big title earlier this year. The 52-year-old Cochran fired back-to-back 67s on the weekend to beat Mark Calcavecchia at the Senior British Open. That was Cochran`s first major title of any kind. Tom Kite will make a little history this week. The 61-year-old will make his 1,000th combined start on the PGA and Champions Tours. Kite will become the 12th player with over 1,000 combined starts. Miller Barber tops that list, as he competed in 1,292 PGA and Champions Tour events. Golf Channel has the broadcast all week. The Champions Tour will be in Texas next week for the Insperity Championship. U.S. Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples cruised to a seven-stroke win last year, thanks in part to a final-round, nine-under 63.