PGA Tour

$4,700,000 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic Field
Walt Disney World Resort (Magnolia Course)
Par 72 - 7516 Yards
Walt Disney World Resort (Palm Course)
Par 72 - 7010 Yards
Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Oct 20 - Oct 23, 2011
Blake Adams
Michael Allen
Stephen Ames
Arjun Atwal
Woody Austin
Briny Baird
Chris Baryla
Rich Beem
Shane Bertsch
Matt Bettencourt
Kris Blanks
Jason Bohn
Steven Bowditch
Michael Bradley
Joseph Bramlett
D.J. Brigman
Mark Calcavecchia
Greg Chalmers
Kevin Chappell
Michael Connell
Chris Couch
Ben Curtis
Brian Davis
Chris DiMarco
Luke Donald
James Driscoll
Joe Durant
David Duval
Steve Elkington
Bob Estes
Steve Flesch
Tommy Gainey
Robert Garrigus *
Bobby Gates
Brian Gay
Fabian Gomez
Andres Gonzales
Retief Goosen
Scott Gordon
Paul Goydos
Nathan Green
Scott Gutschewski
Hunter Haas
J.P. Hayes
David Hearn
J.J. Henry
Jim Herman
Tim Herron
Justin Hicks
Billy Horschel
Charles Howell III
Ryuji Imada
Trevor Immelman
Brandt Jobe
Richard S. Johnson
Kent Jones
Matt Jones
Sung-hoon Kang
Jerry Kelly
Bio Kim
Kevin Kisner
Colt Knost
Derek Lamely
Tom Lehman
Justin Leonard
Spencer Levin
Davis Love III
Bill Lunde
Jarrod Lyle
Jeff Maggert
Ben Martin
David Mathis
Billy Mayfair
Scott McCarron
William McGirt
George McNeill
Matt McQuillan
Rocco Mediate
John Merrick
Troy Merritt
Shaun Micheel
Zack Miller
Nick O'Hern
Joe Ogilvie
Jeff Overton
Ryan Palmer
Rod Pampling
Carl Paulson
Tom Pernice, Jr.
Rod Perry
Tim Petrovic
Scott Piercy
Martin Piller
D.A. Points
Aron Price
Alex Prugh
Fran Quinn
Jim Renner
Tag Ridings
Chris Riley
Alexandre Rocha
John Rollins
Justin Rose
John Senden
Michael Sim
Webb Simpson
Heath Slocum
Mike Small
Nate Smith
Kevin Stadler
Scott Stallings
Paul Stankowski
Henrik Stenson
Kevin Streelman
Will Strickler
Chris Stroud
Daniel Summerhays
Vaughn Taylor
Roland Thatcher
Michael Thompson
D.J. Trahan
Cameron Tringale
Marc Turnesa
Johnson Wagner
Boo Weekley
Charlie Wi
Garrett Willis
Gary Woodland
* - Defending Champion
It all comes down to the money title at Disney World. With Webb Simpson earning $432,000 for his playoff loss at the McGladrey Classic, he is the new money leader, but Luke Donald is chasing him down. Donald confirmed last week via twitter that he was headed to Disney World to try and win the money title. Donald has a chance to become the first player to ever win the money title on both the PGA Tour and European Tour in the same season. Donald, who hasn`t played Disney since 2003, trails Simpson by $363,029 so he`ll need to step on the gas to get the Arnold Palmer Trophy. He leads by over a million euros in the Race to Dubai. Last year, Robert Garrigus earned his first PGA Tour victory and it came at the perfect time. He made the trip to the Magic Kingdom at 122nd on the money list, but the win got him his card. It was sweet redemption for Garrigus. Last year in Memphis, Garrigus triple-bogeyed the 72nd hole with a three-shot lead, then lost a playoff to Lee Westwood. With Garrigus safe with his playing privileges, it`s true, this is the last PGA Tour event of the year, so that bubble for the top 125 on the money list will burst for some. That`s the marker for keeping your tour card for next year and James Driscoll is the official bubble boy. He is 125th in earnings and in the field. The final two rounds will be played on the Magnolia course after rotating the first two rounds on both the Magnolia and Palm layouts. Golf Channel has all four rounds. Next week is the CIMB Asia Pacific Classic in Malaysia. Ben Crane, who captured the McGladrey Classic in a playoff, won the title one year ago.

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