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Simultaneous Tournament: Omega Mission Hills World Cup
 
€1,135,500 Australian Masters Field
Huntingdale Golf Club
Par 72 - 6980 Yards
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Nov 27 - Nov 30, 2008
 
Antti Ahokas
Steven Alker
Robert Allenby
Stuart Appleby
Phillip Archer
Matthew Ballard
Kurt Barnes
Scott Barr
Shane Baxter
Darren Beck
Aaron Black
Adam Blyth
Steven Bowditch
Michael Brennan
Anthony Brown
Mitchell Brown
Marcus Cain
Tony Carolan
Ryan C. Carter
Greg Chalmers
Daniel Chopra
Tim Clark
Stephen Collins
Lee Corfield
Adam Crawford
Michael Curtain
John Daly
Stuart Davis
Carlos Del Moral
David Diaz
Andrew Dodt
Paul Donahoo
Jamie Donaldson
Chris Downes
Martin Doyle
Scott Draper
Gary Emerson
Henrik Engvall
Martin Erlandsson
Kim Felton
Oliver Fisher
Peter Fowler
Marcus Fraser
Sebi Garcia
Chris Gaunt
Josh Geary
Nathan Green
Simon Griffiths
Adam Groom
Birgir Hafthorsson
Ashley Hall
Ryan Haller
Nicky Harris
Rob Harris
Mike Harwood
Ryan Haywood
Scott Hend
Rory Hie
Marcus Higley
Doug Holloway
Mathew Holten
David Horsey
Ryan Howison
Bradley Hughes
Mikko Ilonen
Lee S. James
Steven Jeffress
Lasse Jensen
Jin Jeong
Steven Jeppesen
Ross B. Jones
Steven Jones
Soren Juul
Shiv Kapur
Charles Kares
Brad Kennedy
Simon Khan
Rick Kulacz
Bronson La'Cassie
Brad Lamb
Josh Lane
Mark Laskey
Scott Laycock
Danny Lee
Richard T. Lee
Marc Leishman
Peter Lonard
Michael Long
Jochen Lupprian
David Lutterus
Jarrod Lyle
Paul Marantz
Dale Marmion
Andrew Martin
Gareth Maybin
David McKenzie
James McLean
Matthew Millar
Matthew Mills
James Morrison
Jarrod Moseley
Paul Nilbrink
Alexander Noren
Jason Norris
Peter O'Malley
Wade Ormsby
Gareth Paddison
Rod Pampling
Craig Parry
Mahal Pearce
Cameron Percy
Terry Pilkadaris
Ewan Porter
Alistair Presnell
Aron Price
Terry Price
Mark Purser
Richie Ramsay
Heath Reed
Alexandre Rocha
Martin Rominger
Brett Rumford
Jarmo Sandelin
Wilhelm Schauman
Craig Scott
John Senden
Peter Senior
Vernon Sexton-Finck
Paul Sheehan
Michael Sim
Gary Simpson
Joel Sjoholm
Johan Skold
Lee Slattery
Nate Smith
Craig Spence
Nigel Stivala
Andre Stolz
Scott Strange
Anthony Summers
Andrew Tampion
Brett Taylor
Aaron Townsend
Andrew Tschudin
Daniel Vancsik
Manuel Villegas
Sam Walker
Euan Walters
Daniel Wardrop
Steve Webster
Martin Wiegele
Tim Wilkinson
Peter Wilson
Tim Wise
Michael Wright
 
NOTES
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the Australian Masters, an event co-sponsored by the European and Australasian Tours. It is the third event already in the European Tour`s 2009 schedule -- and the third event in the new $10 million Race to Dubai, a year-long money sprint that replaced the tour`s Order of Merit this season. The field will be highlighted by a large Australian contingent that includes Robert Allenby, Stuart Appleby, Peter Lonard, Nick O`Hern, Rod Pampling, Craig Parry, John Senden and Scott Strange, among others. Two-time major champion John Daly of the U.S. will headline an international field that also includes fellow major-winner Michael Campbell of nearby New Zealand. Daly, who will play again next week in Australia, is fresh off a sparkling final-round 62 at the Hong Kong Open on Sunday that earned him a share of 17th place. Australian Aaron Baddeley (2007) and England`s Justin Rose (2006) have won the tournament the last two years, also the first two years the tournament was co-sanctioned by the European Tour. Baddeley is not scheduled to defend his title. The Golf Channel will have three hours of coverage for all four rounds this week beginning each morning at 9:30 a.m. (et). The European Tour will take a week off following the Australian Masters, returning on December 11 for the Alfred Dunhill Championship. John Bickerton won that tournament last year.

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