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It looks like a reasonably strong field in that only a fraction of the recent Web.com Finals graduates are currently in the event.  I have plans to go to Vegas Saturday, so I might check it out.

October 14, 2013
By the numbers

Total players: 132
PGA TOUR winners: 70 (for a total of 239 wins)
Major winners: 12
THE PLAYERS winners: 3
World Golf Championship winners: 6
Foreign tour winners: 32 (for a total of 105 wins)

Past champions

Ryan Moore (2012); Kevin Na (2011); Jonathan Byrd (2010); Martin Laird (2009); Marc Turnesa (2008); George McNeill (2007); Troy Matteson (2006); Stuart Appleby (2003); Bob Estes (2001)

International players
Country Players
Angel Cabrera, Jose Coceres, Andres Romero
Robert Allenby, Stuart Appleby, Steven Bowditch, Greg Chalmers, Scott Gardiner, Matt Jones, Geoff Ogilvy, John Senden
Stephen Ames, Graham DeLaet, Brad Fritsch, David Hearn, Mike Weir
Camilo Villegas
Brian Davis
Vijay Singh
Hideki Matsuyama, Ryo Ishikawa
Martin Laird
Trevor Immelman, Rory Sabbatini, Tim Clark
Y.E. Yang
Freddie Jacobson, David Lingmerth
Jhonattan Vegas
Brendon de Jonge
How they qualified

Winner - PGA/U.S. Open Championship
Lucas Glover
Webb Simpson
Y.E. Yang
Winner - THE PLAYERS Championship
Tim Clark
Winner - The Masters
Angel Cabrera
Winner - World Golf Championship Event
Nick Watney
Tournament Winner in Past Two Seasons
Woody Austin
Charlie Beljan
Scott Brown
Ben Curtis
Ken Duke
Harris English
Derek Ernst
Tommy Gainey
Russell Henley
J.J. Henry
John Huh
Zach Johnson
Martin Laird
George McNeill
John Merrick
Ryan Moore
Geoff Ogilvy
Carl Pettersson
Scott Piercy
Ted Potter, Jr.
Patrick Reed
Scott Stallings
Kyle Stanley
Jimmy Walker
Mark Wilson
Career Money Exemption
Robert Allenby
Stephen Ames
Mike Weir
Sponsors Exemptions - Web.com Tour Finals
Ricky Barnes
Alex Prugh
Sponsors Exemptions - Members not otherwise exempt
Chad Campbell
Bill Lunde
Sponsors Exemptions - Unrestricted
Alex Aragon
David Duval
Andres Gonzales
Kevin Penner
PGA Section Champion\Player of the Year
Don Littrell
Past Champion of Respective Event
Jonathan Byrd
Kevin Na
Marc Turnesa
Life Member
Davis Love III
Vijay Singh
Top 125 on Prior Season's FedExCup Points List
Graham DeLaet
Brendon de Jonge
Matt Jones
Kevin Stadler
Chris Kirk
Charles Howell III
Daniel Summerhays
Rory Sabbatini
Brian Davis
David Hearn
Charley Hoffman
Jason Kokrak
Bryce Molder
Brendan Steele
Ryan Palmer
Freddie Jacobson
David Lingmerth
Josh Teater
Cameron Tringale
Camilo Villegas
Bob Estes
Martin Flores
Luke Guthrie
Robert Garrigus
Brian Stuard
Brian Harman
Stuart Appleby
Richard H Lee
Greg Chalmers
Pat Perez
Erik Compton
William McGirt
James Driscoll
Jeff Overton
John Senden
James Hahn
Jason Bohn
Jeff Maggert
Justin Hicks
Morgan Hoffmann
Chez Reavie
Andres Romero
Scott Langley
Charlie Wi
Steven Bowditch
Ben Crane
Top 125 on Prior Season's Official Money List thru Wyndham
David Toms
Top 125 (Prior Season Nonmember)
Hideki Matsuyama
Major Medical Extension
Paul Goydos
Blake Adams
Briny Baird
Spencer Levin
Jhonattan Vegas
Kris Blanks
Jose Coceres
Harrison Frazar
Leading Money Winner from Web.com Tour & Web.com Tour Finals
Michael Putnam
John Peterson
Top 10 and Ties from the Previous Event
Brooks Koepka
Billy Hurley III
Will MacKenzie
John Homa
Top Finishers from Web.com Tour Prior Season
Chesson Hadley
Seung-Yul Noh
Andrew Svoboda
Trevor Immelman
Scott Gardiner
Edward Loar
Ben Martin
Brendon Todd
Ryo Ishikawa
Brad Fritsch
Kevin Kisner
Sean O'Hair
Troy Matteson
Bud Cauley
Heath Slocum
Russell Knox
Hudson Swafford
Will Claxton

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Hey guys, will be updating this thread with some pics and swing videos from the TPC Summerlin this week.  Enjoy!

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Angel Cabrera has 2 (maybe 3?) 3-irons, lol.

Also, what is that hybrid in, I believe, Chris Kirks bag?  It doesn't look familiar to me.

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Angel Cabrera has 2 (maybe 3?) 3-irons, lol.

Also, what is that hybrid in, I believe, Chris Kirks bag?  It doesn't look familiar to me.

I think one 3 iron is an i20 and the other is a S55.  Chris Kirk has an Adams hybrid, the Super DHY

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Amazing pics and vids! JJ Henry KILLED IT today. Hope they show some highlights. The tournament should be on the golf channel in 40 mins. Nice field.

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Any news on Patrick Reed's withdrawal after day 1? Injury or just the fact that he had a slim chance of making the cut?

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I will be watching every 1 of those vids and awesome pics!  I can't believe that 7 guys shot 10 shots worse in 2nd round than in 1st and that someone who shot 61 and card an 81 on a calm day 24 hrs later. Romero must be steaming. I'm watching 2nd round action that I Dvrd while playing today now

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