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Presidents Cup participants Matt Kuchar, Webb Simpson and Adam Hadwin will be in the field along with International assistant KJ Choi in the last official PGA TOUR event before this year’s competition. Lanto Griffin, who currently tops the FedExCup standings, will be looking to continue his fantastic fal. Per usual, The RSM Classic field will be chock-full of local residents including Patton Kizzire, Zach Johnson, Harris English, Hudson Swafford, Jonathan Byrd and J.T. Poston, among other. Past champions Mackenzie Hughes, Robert Streb, Austin Cook, Ben Crane, and Kevin Kisner will be looking to rekindle some old magic. Sebastian Munoz and Brendon Todd join Griffin as fall winners in the field in Georgia.
This week the PGA Tour comes to Japan for the first time for the Zozo Championship. Tiger Woods will play and will be joined by some of the world’s top players including last week’s winner Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy. Users can bet on whether Thomas, McIlroy or Woods will win with fixed odds by clicking this link or scrolling to the Misc Category.
Phil Mickelson is making his 2019-20 PGA TOUR season debut and will play alongside former NBA MVP Stephen Curry in Wednesday’s pro-am. This will be the fourth consecutive year that Mickelson has played the Safeway Open (he also played it in 2007); he has two top-10s and a top-20 in the last three starts. 2017 FedExCup champion Justin Thomas also will make his 2019-20 debut, as are veterans Adam Scott and Francesco Molinari.
Kevin Tway held off two proven PGA TOUR winners a year ago to notch his first career TOUR victory at the 2018 Safeway Open. In the process, he and his father, Bob Tway, became the eighth father-son duo to win on the PGA TOUR since 1900.
It was just Cameron Champ’s second event as a full-fledged PGA TOUR member, but it was a memorable one. After birding five of his final six holes, Champ, then 23, won last year’s Sanderson Farms Championship by four shots over Corey Conners.