Sun Sentinel
European Golf Tour
€1,000,000 Bankia Madrid Masters Field
El Encin Golf Hotel
Par 72 - 7561 Yards
Alcala de Henares, Spain
Oct 6 - Oct 9, 2011
 
Felipe Aguilar
Thomas Aiken
Jesus Maria Arruti
Seve Benson
Richard Bland
Liam Bond
Juan Antonio Bragulat
Markus Brier
Mark Brown
Michael Campbell
Alejandro Canizares
Gabriel Canizares
Emanuele Canonica
Magnus A. Carlsson
Luis Claverie
George Coetzee
Javier Colomo
Nicolas Colsaerts
John Daly
Eduardo De la Riva
Floris De Vries
Carlos Del Moral
Robert-Jan Derksen
Robert Dinwiddie
David Dixon
Stephen Dodd
Luke Donald *
Nick Dougherty
Bradley Dredge
David Drysdale
Rafa Echenique
Niclas Fasth
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
Oliver Fisher
Ross Fisher
Oscar Floren
Marcus Fraser
Florian Fritsch
Lorenzo Gagli
Alfredo Garcia-Heredia
Ignacio Garrido
Daniel Gaunt
Jean-Baptiste Gonnet
Ricardo Gonzalez
Tano Goya
Matt Haines
Peter Hanson
Benjamin Hebert
Keith Horne
Antonio Hortal
David Howell
Thongchai Jaidee
Scott Jamieson
Eirik Tage Johansen
Alexandre Kaleka
Anthony Kang
Shiv Kapur
Simon Khan
James Kingston
Soren Kjeldsen
Jason Knutzon
Mikko Korhonen
Maarten Lafeber
Jose Manuel Lara
Paul Lawrie
Niklas Lemke
Steve Lewton
Santiago Luna
David Lynn
Matteo Manassero
Stuart Manley
Miguel Angel Martin
Gareth Maybin
Richard McEvoy
Paul McGinley
Ross McGowan
Damien McGrane
Edoardo Molinari
Francesco Molinari
Cesar Monasterio
George Murray
Matthew Nixon
Thomas Norret
Steven O'Hara
Jose Maria Olazabal
Pedro Oriol
Wade Ormsby
Hennie Otto
John Parry
Jacobo Pastor
Phillip Price
Alvaro Quiros
Manuel Quiros
Richie Ramsay
Carlos Rodiles
Brett Rumford
Elliot Saltman
Lloyd Saltman
Alvaro Salto
Joel Sjoholm
Lee Slattery
Tim Sluiter
Henrik Stenson
Graeme Storm
Scott Strange
Carl Suneson
Mark Tullo
Jaco Van Zyl
Alvaro Velasco
Simon Wakefield
Anthony Wall
Marc Warren
Romain Wattel
Steve Webster
Peter Whiteford
Danny Willett
Oliver Wilson
Fabrizio Zanotti
Julio Zapata
Matthew Zions
* - Defending Champion
 
NOTES
World No. 1 Luke Donald heads to the capital of Spain for a title defense. He will become the first No. 1-ranked player to tee it up at the Madrid Masters since Nick Faldo in 1993. Donald, who won this title in May last year, stays on the European Tour this week in a bid to lead both the PGA Tour and European Tour money lists. Donald eagled the 16th hole on Sunday last year en route to a one-shot victory over playing partner Rhys Davies. It was his first win since the 2006 Honda Classic on the PGA Tour and started the great run that made him the world`s top-ranked player. Golf Channel has the telecast for the week. Next week is the Portugal Masters, where Richard Green captured the title a year ago.