Simultaneous Tournament: UBS Hong Kong Open
 
€1,400,000 JBWere Masters Field
Kingston Heath Golf Club
Par 72 - 7059 Yards
Melbourne, Australia
Nov 12 - Nov 15, 2009
 
Brad Andrews
Stuart Appleby
Aaron Baddeley
Benn Barham
Kurt Barnes
Seve Benson
Rudi Bezuidenhout
Aaron Black
Adam Bland
Richard Bland
Rohan Blizard
Adam Blyth
Andrew Bonhomme
Rodney Booth
Stuart Bouvier
Steven Bowditch
Sam Brazel
Michael Brennan
Anthony Brown
Ben Bunny
Ben Burge
Marcus Cain
Michael Campbell
Alejandro Canizares
Kurt Carlson
Josh Carmichael
James Carr
Alex Cejka
Greg Chalmers
Michael Choi
Andrew Coltart
Peter Cooke
Adam Crawford
Nick Cullen
Michael Curtain
Francois Delamontagne
Chris Downes
Martin Doyle
Jason Dufner
Pelle Edberg
Klas Eriksson
Kim Felton
Marcus Fraser
Simon Furneaux
Richie Gallichan
Chris Gaunt
Josh Geary
Matthew Giles
Mathew Goggin
Branden Grace
Richard Green
Matthew Griffin
Adam Groom
Ashley Hall
Ryan Haller
Ryan Hammond
Michael Hendry
Rory Hie
Doug Holloway
Mathew Holten
Steven Jeppesen
Steven Jones
Damien Jordon
Brad Kennedy
Dean Kinney
Rick Kulacz
Brad Lamb
Scott Laycock
Marc Leishman
Michael Light
Sam Little
Michael Long
Leighton Lyle
Callum Macaulay
Paul Marantz
Andrew Martin
Michael McGrath
Kai McKay
Leigh McKechnie
David McKenzie
Matthew Millar
Richard Moir
Daniel Morrison
Jarrod Moseley
Gary Murphy
Todd Nicholson
Jens Nilsson
James Nitties
Peter Nolan
Jason Norris
Steven O'Hara
Peter O'Malley
Geoff Ogilvy
Wade Ormsby
Gareth Paddison
Rod Pampling
Craig Parry
Mahal Pearce
Jared Pender
Cameron Percy
Aaron Pike
Terry Pilkadaris
Andrew Pitt
Ewan Porter
Frank Power
Alistair Presnell
Terry Price
Tom Prowse
Mark Purser
Heath Reed
Hamish Robertson
Brett Rumford
Sam Saunders
Adam Scott
Craig Scott
Grant Scott
John Senden
Paul Sheehan
Brad Shilton
Michael Sim
Lee Slattery
Craig Spence
Ed Stedman
Andre Stolz
Brenden Stuart
Anthony Summers
Alessandro Tadini
Andrew Tampion
Aaron Townsend
Andrew Tschudin
Miles Tunnicliff
Nathan Uebergang
Manuel Villegas
Paul Waring
Bernd Wiesberger
Adam Wilcox
Tim Wilkinson
Peter Wilson
Tim Wise
Tim Wood
Tiger Woods
Michael Wright
Josh Younger
 
NOTES
World No. 1 Tiger Woods headlines the field this week at the JBWere Masters, making his first appearance at a competitive stroke-play tournament in Australia in 12 years. The event is co-sanctioned by the European and Australasian Tours and will count towards the former`s Race to Dubai standings. Geoff Ogilvy ranks sixth on the Race to Dubai (the tour`s money list) and will be in the field in his native Australia with a good chance to improve his standing. Only the top 60 players on the money list make the field for next week`s season-ending Dubai World Championship, to be played at Jumeirah Golf Estates. As for this week`s JBWere Masters -- formerly the Australian Masters -- Rod Pampling won it last year, beating Marcus Fraser in a playoff. That event also counted towards the 2009 schedule.
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