Champions Golf Tour
$1,750,000 3M Championship Field
TPC Twin Cities
Par 72 - 7100 Yards
Blaine, Minnesota
Aug 6 - Aug 8, 2010
Mitch Adcock
Fulton Allem
Michael Allen
Tommy Armour III
Mike Barge
Andy Bean
Chip Beck
Ronnie Black
Phil Blackmar
Olin Browne
Brad Bryant
Mark Calcavecchia
Mark Carnevale
Jim Chancey
Bobby Clampett
Keith Clearwater
Russ Cochran
John Cook
Ben Crenshaw
Jim Dent
R.W. Eaks
Dave Eichelberger
Keith Fergus
Bruce Fleisher
Dan Forsman
David Frost
Fred Funk
Bob Gilder
Bill Glasson
Mike Goodes
Jay Haas
Kirk Hanefeld
John Harris
Steve Haskins
Morris Hatalsky
Mike Hulbert
Hale Irwin
John Jacobs
Tom Jenkins
Gene Jones
Tom Kite
Bernhard Langer *
Wayne Levi
J.L. Lewis
Bruce Lietzke
Graham Marsh
James Mason
Blaine McCallister
Mike McCullough
Larry Mize
Gil Morgan
Larry Nelson
Mark O'Meara
Joe Ozaki
David Peoples
Don Pooley
Nick Price
Tom Purtzer
Dana Quigley
John Ross
Jim Roy
Jim Rutledge
Ted Schulz
Peter Senior
Jay Sigel
Scott Simpson
Tim Simpson
Joey Sindelar
Jeff Sluman
Craig Stadler
Hal Sutton
Bob Tway
Bruce Vaughan
Bobby Wadkins
Denis Watson
D.A. Weibring
Mark Wiebe
Fuzzy Zoeller
* - Defending Champion
The Champions Tour takes a brief break from major championship golf this week for the 3M Championship. Bernhard Langer has dominated the last two weeks on the Champions Tour. He held on for a one-stroke win over Corey Pavin to win the Senior British Open two weeks ago and this past weekend, the German fended off hometown favorite Fred Couples to win the U.S. Senior Open. They were his first major championship titles on the senior circuit and his 11th and 12th wins overall on the Champions Tour. And wouldn`t you know it, Langer is the defending champion at the TPC Twin Cities this week. He eagled the final hole to overtake Andy Bean for his fourth win of the 2009 season. Langer has followed that with four more victories this season. Coming off back-to-back majors, and with another one looming in two weeks, only seven of the top-10 money leaders are competing this week. Golf Channel has coverage from 12-1:30 p.m. (et) on Friday, then from 3-6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. After a week off, the Champions Tour heads to Oregon for the fourth of five majors, the JELD-WEN Tradition. Last year, Mike Reid birdied the first playoff hole to beat John Cook for his second Champions Tour major title.