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PGA Tour
$5,800,000 Shell Houston Open Field
Redstone Golf Club (Tournament Course)
Par 72 - 7457 Yards
Humble, Texas
Apr 1 - Apr 4, 2010
Blake Adams
Michael Allen
Stuart Appleby
Woody Austin
Aaron Baddeley
Briny Baird
Rich Barcelo
Ricky Barnes
Chris Baryla
Cameron Beckman
Rich Beem
Matt Bettencourt
Henrik Bjornstad
Kris Blanks
Jason Bohn
Justin Bolli
Craig Bowden
Michael Bradley
Jonathan Byrd
Angel Cabrera
Mark Calcavecchia
Chad Campbell
Alex Cejka
Greg Chalmers
Daniel Chopra
Michael Connell
Fred Couples
Ben Crane
Ben Curtis
Brian Davis
Jason Day
Brendon de Jonge
Graham DeLaet
Luke Donald
James Driscoll
Simon Dyson
Steve Elkington
Ernie Els
Bob Estes
Matt Every
Brad Faxon
Martin Flores
Rickie Fowler
Harrison Frazar
Lucas Glover
Mathew Goggin
Jason Gore
Paul Goydos
Padraig Harrington
J.P. Hayes
J.J. Henry
Charles Howell III
Freddie Jacobson
Kevin Johnson
Matt Jones
Martin Kaymer
Anthony Kim
Soren Kjeldsen
Jeff Klauk
Greg Kraft
Matt Kuchar
Martin Laird
Derek Lamely
Justin Leonard
Michael Letzig
Spencer Levin
Frank Lickliter II
Davis Love III
Bill Lunde
David Lutterus
Will MacKenzie
Jeff Maggert
Hunter Mahan
John Mallinger
Steve Marino
Billy Mayfair
Scott McCarron
William McGirt
Rory McIlroy
Parker McLachlin
Andrew McLardy
John Merrick
Troy Merritt
Shaun Micheel
Phil Mickelson
Bryce Molder
James Nitties
Nick O'Hern
Joe Ogilvie
Geoff Ogilvy
Jeff Overton
Greg Owen
Ryan Palmer
Brenden Pappas
Cameron Percy
Pat Perez
Tim Petrovic
Carl Pettersson
Scott Piercy
D.A. Points
Alex Prugh
Ted Purdy
Fran Quinn
Jeff Quinney
Chez Reavie
Tag Ridings
Chris Riley
John Rollins
Andres Romero
Justin Rose
Charl Schwartzel
Adam Scott
Webb Simpson
Vijay Singh
Brandt Snedeker
Kevin Stadler
Kevin Streelman
Chris Stroud
Brian Stuard
Kevin Sutherland
Andrew Svoboda
Roger Tambellini
Vaughn Taylor
Josh Teater
Roland Thatcher
Tim Thelen
Nicholas Thompson
Chris Tidland
D.J. Trahan
Jerod Turner
Omar Uresti
Bo Van Pelt
Vance Veazey
Johnson Wagner
Jimmy Walker
Bubba Watson
Lee Westwood
Brett Wetterich
Steve Wheatcroft
Jay Williamson
Garrett Willis
Chris Wilson
Chris Wood
Y.E. Yang
It`s the final preparation for Augusta National and The Masters. With the season`s first major title less than two weeks from teeing off, this will be the last chance for players to get their games in major shape. As tends to be the case, several foreign players made the trip to the U.S. earlier to get some work done. Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer headline the European contingent. Phil Mickelson entered the field as well as Vijay Singh, but who knows if he can go? Singh withdrew from his last two starts citing a back injury so his presence is in question. The hottest golfer in the world right now also entered the field. Ernie Els, who won the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in a Monday finish, will try to keep the momentum going. Els captured the WGC-CA Championship at Doral a few weeks back. With his victory on Monday, Els is the only multiple winner on tour this year and heads to the Masters as a favorite. 2009 champion Paul Casey withdrew before the first round because of an injury. Last year, Casey only needed a bogey on the first playoff hole to defeat J.B. Holmes. Casey earned his first PGA Tour win and first victory in America and vaulted up to sixth in the world rankings. Casey tied for 20th last year at Augusta and will be a player to watch at The Masters, depending on his status after the injury. A final thought on the "traditional unlike any other." With the top 50 in the world getting invited after the Arnold Palmer finally ended, if someone wins the Houston Open and is not otherwise eligible for the Masters, he would get invited. This tournament is the 10th-oldest event on the PGA Tour, dating back to 1946. In 2006, the event moved to the Tournament Course at Redstone Golf Club, which opened in 2005. The course, designed by "U.S. Open Doctor" Rees Jones and player consultant David Toms, was created especially to host a PGA Tour event. Golf Channel has the first two rounds, then NBC takes over on the weekend. Next week is The Masters, won last year by Angel Cabrera in a playoff over Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell.

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