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Which 2 players would you pick from each of theses groups for 2014.

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GROUP 1                         GROUP 2                      GROUP 3                          GROUP 4                          GROUP 5

1.Tiger Woods               1.Keegan Bradley            1.Graham Delaet                1.Lee Westwood               1.Rory Mcllroy

2.Henrik Stenson           2.Jason Day                     2.Boo Weekley                   2.Jonas Blixt                     2.Brandon De Jonge

3.Matt Kuchar                3.Billy Horschal                3.D.A Points                        3.Russ Henley                  3.Angel Cabrera

4.Phil Mickelson            4.Bill Haas                        4.Nick Watney                     4.John Merrick                  4.Bubba Watson

5.Brant Snedeker          5.Jim Furyk                       5.Charles Schwartzel          5.Patrick Reed                 5.Martin Laird

6.Adam Scott                6.Jason Dufner                  6.Sergio Garcia                   6.Luke Donald                 6.David Lingmerth

7.Steve Stricker            7.Kevin Streelman             7.Harris English                   7.Gary Woodland            7.Chris Kirk

8.Justin Rose                8.Hunter Mahan                8.Graham McDowell            8.Charles Howell III         8.Matt Jones

9.Zac Johnson              9.Dustin Johnson              9.Robert Castro                   9.Scott Piercy                   9.Ian Poulter

10.Jordan Spieth         10.Web Simpson               10.Jimmy Walker                 10.Ricky Fowler               10.Ken Duke

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What about  2 from each of theses groups

1.S.M. Bae                         1.R.Moore                     1.F.Jacobsen          1.S.Brown                1.M.Wilson      1.B.Molder          1.J.Overton      1.L.Oosthuizen       1.M.Putnam

2.M.Thompson                   2.K.Stanley                    2.B.Davis                2.B.Steele               2.B.Harman     2.M.Flores          2.A.Baddeley    2.M.Manassero      2.J.Peterson

3.D.Lynn                            3.B.Gay                          3.M.Every               3.L.Guthrie              3.G.Ogilvy       3.J.Wagner         3.A.Romero      3.M.Kaymer            3.C.Hadley

4.S.Stallings                      4.T.Clark                         4.E.Els                    4.P.Perez               4.D.H.Lee        4.B.Crane           4.P.Harrington   4.V.Dubuisson       4.S.Y.Noh

5.C.Stroud                         5.J.Teater                       5.D.Hearn               5.K.J. Choi              5.M.Hoffman   5.B.Estes            5.C.Villegas       5.G.F.Castano       5.P.Cantlay

6.K.Chappell                      6.D.Ernst                        6.J.Rollins               6.C.Tringale           6.W.Mcgirt       6.J.J.Henry         6.S.Bowditch     6.H.Matsuyama     6.B.Fritsch

7.C.Hoffman                      7.R.Sabbatini                  7.R.Garrigus           7.N.Thompson       7.J.Hahn          7.L.Glover           7.J.Leonard      7.F.Molinari           7.R.Ishikawa

8.J.Huh                              8.K.Stadler                      8.S.Cink                 8.B.Van Pelt          8.J.Kelly            8.J.Bohn             8.J.Senden       8.M.Jimenez         8.B.Cauley

9.R.Palmer                        9.D.Summerhayes          9.B.Stuard              9.R.Lee                  9.T.Potter Jr     9.C.Pettersson   9.C.Wi               9.T.Bjorn               9.T.Immelman

10.M.Leishman                10.J.Kokrak                     10.J.Maggert          10.C.Beljan            10.J.Driscoll     10.J.Hicks          10.N.Colsaerts  10.P.Hanson         10.W.Mckenzie

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