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$1,700,000 Administaff Small Business Classic Field
The Woodlands Country Club (Tournament Course)
Par 72 - 7018 Yards
The Woodlands, Texas
Oct 22 - Oct 24, 2010
Fulton Allem
Tommy Armour III
Andy Bean
Ronnie Black
Phil Blackmar
Jay Don Blake
Olin Browne
Brad Bryant
Tom Byrum
Mark Calcavecchia
Bobby Clampett
Keith Clearwater
Russ Cochran
John Cook
Fred Couples
Ben Crenshaw
Jim Dent
Allen Doyle
Keith Fergus
Bruce Fleisher
Dan Forsman
David Frost
Fred Funk
Bob Gilder
Bill Glasson
Mike Goodes
Jay Haas
Gary Hallberg
John Harris
Morris Hatalsky
Hale Irwin
John Jacobs
Peter Jacobsen
Mark James
Tom Jenkins
Gene Jones
Tom Kite
Bernhard Langer
Tom Lehman
Wayne Levi
J.L. Lewis
Bruce Lietzke
Steve Lowery
Chien Soon Lu
Blaine McCallister
Mike McCullough
Tom McKnight
Larry Mize
Gil Morgan
Larry Nelson
Mark O'Meara
Corey Pavin
David Peoples
Tom Pernice, Jr.
Kenny Perry
Don Pooley
Nick Price
Tom Purtzer
Dana Quigley
Mike Reid
Loren Roberts
Eduardo Romero
Jim Rutledge
Ted Schulz
Peter Senior
Scott Simpson
Tim Simpson
Joey Sindelar
Sonny Skinner
Jeff Sluman
Curtis Strange
Hal Sutton
Bob Tway
Bruce Vaughan
Bobby Wadkins
D.A. Weibring
Mark Wiebe
Fuzzy Zoeller
The strength of the Champions Tour is in the debut. Fred Couples debuted earlier this year and gave the circuit a shot in the arm. Two more players are making their debut this week, and with all due respect, one is a much bigger star than the other. Kenny Perry turned 50 in August and will make his first Champions Tour start on Friday. Perry`s had a rough go of it on the PGA Tour this year with just one top-10, but last year he was awesome, losing the Masters playoff, but picking up two other wins. Perry said he intends to play both tours next year. Steve Lowery is also starting on the elder circuit this week, and while he won`t have the fanfare reserved for Perry, he`s a three-time PGA Tour winner. His last trip to the winner`s circle was in 2008 at Pebble Beach. Last year, John Cook came from behind on Sunday to earn his third Champions Tour title. He won by two strokes over both Jay Haas and Bob Tway, but it was a back-nine collapse from second-round leader Dan Forsman that helped pave the way to victory for Cook. Golf Channel has all three rounds. Next week is the final full-field event of the year, the AT&T Championship, which was won last year by Phil Blackmar. The following week, the top 30 on the money list head to Harding Park for the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.

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· Goydos earns first Champions Tour win

· Funk, Goydos share lead in Hawaii

· Pernice fires 60, leads by 4 in Hawaii

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