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PGA Tour
$6,300,000 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Field
Pebble Beach Golf Links
Par 72 - 6816 Yards
Spyglass Hill Golf Course
Par 72 - 6953 Yards
Monterey Peninsula Country Club (Shore Course)
Par 70 - 6875 Yards
Pebble Beach, California
Feb 10 - Feb 13, 2011
Blake Adams
Joe Affrunti
Michael Allen
Billy Andrade
Stuart Appleby
Arjun Atwal
Woody Austin
Aaron Baddeley
Briny Baird
Chris Baryla
Shane Bertsch
Matt Bettencourt
Kris Blanks
Steven Bowditch
Keegan Bradley
Michael Bradley
Joseph Bramlett
D.J. Brigman
Mark Brooks
Jonathan Byrd
Alex Cejka
Kevin Chappell
K.J. Choi
Chad Collins
Michael Connell
John Daly
Brian Davis
Brendon de Jonge
Chris DiMarco
James Driscoll
Jason Dufner
David Duval
Steve Elkington
Matt Every
Brad Faxon
Steve Flesch
Jim Furyk
Tommy Gainey
Robert Garrigus
Bobby Gates
Brian Gay
Tom Gillis
Fabian Gomez
Andres Gonzales
Scott Gordon
Paul Goydos
Scott Gutschewski
Hunter Haas
Padraig Harrington
J.P. Hayes
David Hearn
J.J. Henry
Jim Herman
Tim Herron
Justin Hicks
Matt Hill
Charley Hoffman
J.B. Holmes
Billy Horschel
Billy Hurley III
Trevor Immelman
Lee Janzen
Brandt Jobe
Dustin Johnson *
Richard S. Johnson
Kent Jones
Matt Jones
Sung Kang
Bio Kim
Chris Kirk
Kevin Kisner
Colt Knost
Marc Leishman
Justin Leonard
Spencer Levin
Davis Love III
Jamie Lovemark
Bill Lunde
Jarrod Lyle
Jeff Maggert
Hunter Mahan
John Mallinger
Steve Marino
David Mathis
Troy Matteson
Scott McCarron
William McGirt
George McNeill
Matt McQuillan
Rocco Mediate
John Merrick
Troy Merritt
Phil Mickelson
Zack Miller
Bryce Molder
Garth Mulroy
Kevin Na
Sean O'Hair
Nick O'Hern
Joe Ogilvie
Geoff Ogilvy
Jesper Parnevik
Cameron Percy
Pat Perez
Tom Pernice, Jr.
Tim Petrovic
Scott Piercy
Martin Piller
D.A. Points
Aron Price
Alex Prugh
Michael Putnam
Brett Quigley
Chez Reavie
Jim Renner
Tag Ridings
Chris Riley
Alexandre Rocha
John Rollins
Andres Romero
Rory Sabbatini
Sam Saunders
Jason Schmuhl
Vijay Singh
Heath Slocum
Nate Smith
Brandt Snedeker
Kevin Stadler
Scott Stallings
Paul Stankowski
Kyle Stanley
Brendan Steele
Kevin Streelman
Will Strickler
Chris Stroud
Daniel Summerhays
Kevin Sutherland
Vaughn Taylor
Josh Teater
Roland Thatcher
Michael Thompson
Peter Tomasulo
David Toms
D.J. Trahan
Cameron Tringale
Bo Van Pelt
Johnson Wagner
Duffy Waldorf
Jimmy Walker
Charles Warren
Nick Watney
Mike Weir
Charlie Wi
Dean Wilson
Mark Wilson
Gary Woodland
* - Defending Champion
The second big Pro-Am on the PGA Tour schedule tees it up this week at venerable Pebble Beach. Pebble Beach, the site of last year`s U.S. Open, will play host to the final round. The amateurs will be spread over three courses -- Pebble Beach, Monterey Peninsula and Spyglass Hill -- for the first three rounds. Dustin Johnson, the two-time defending champion, has a pair of top-10 finishes so far in 2011. He faltered to a two-over 74 in the final round last year to fend off David Duval and J.B. Holmes, who both finished one stroke back. Johnson converted a four-footer for birdie on the 18th hole to become the fifth player in event history to successfully defend his title. Maybe the final-round struggle at Pebble Beach was a harbinger of things to come on the same layout. Johnson stumbled to an 11-over 82 in the final round of the U.S. Open to cough up a three-stroke lead and slide into a share of eighth place behind eventual winner Graeme McDowell. Johnson will be one of four former champions in the field this week and three of those four have won this title multiple times. Three-time winner Phil Mickelson, two-time champ Davis Love and 2004 titlist Vijay Singh will join Johnson in the field. Not surprisingly, Mickelson, Singh and Love are the top-three money earners at this tournament. Mark Wilson, who won a Monday finish at the Phoenix Open for his second title of the year, Duval, Padraig Harrington and David Toms will also be in the field. For the first three days, it will be all about the celebrities. Among the celebs will be - New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, NFL quarterbacks Drew Brees and Tony Romo; actors Bill Murray, Kevin Costner, Craig T. Nelson and Ray Romano; and musicians Michael Bolton and Kenny G. Golf Channel will cover the action on Thursday and Friday, while CBS takes over on the weekend. The tour will remain in California again next week for the Northern Trust Open, where Steve Stricker was a two-stroke winner last year.