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25. Stephen Marino

Since we are listing guys working to join the next level we have to get Marino in the discussion. We would rather see him as a bench option where his rising talents might present the best value.

26. Tim Herron [Yahoo Class C]

Herron should be considered one of the best sleepers in the group with the rank representing true value. Few will lean his way, but you should.

27. Brendon de Jonge [Yahoo Class A]

Last week leaves us wondering if de Jonge can maintain at this surprisingly-consistent level of performance. He showed well at Southwind last year, so we have faith.

28. Robert Garrigus [Yahoo Class C]

We nearly left without mentioning the man who pushed Westwood into playoff holes last year, but for good reason. Garrigus is almost never a viable option. We wouldn't be surprised if this week is an exception.

29. Vijay Singh [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #152 - Not Entered

Why not? We are clearly talking talent and we all know and have seen Vijay's ability. Against a field like this, the opportunity is ripe to emerge once again.

30. Charles Howell III [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #103

CH3 is typically a target for this writer at the Southwind but last year he fell well short. He has done amazing work in Memphis in the past and, at this point, it bears mentioning.

Yahoo Golf Cheat Sheet

Class A

7. Sergio Garcia
9. John Senden
27. Brendon de Jonge

Class B

1. Lee Westwood
6. Zach Johnson
14. Webb Simpson - NE
22. Padraig Harrington
24. Brandt Snedeker
30. Charles Howell III

Class C

2. David Toms
3. Robert Allenby
4. Ben Crane
5. Geoff Ogilvy
8. D.J. Trahan
10. Retief Goosen
11. Y.E. Yang
12. Shaun Micheel
13. Camilo Villegas
15. Brian Gay
16. Woody Austin
17. Scott Verplank
19. Jonathan Byrd
20. John Rollins
21. Fredrik Jacobson
23. Ricky Barnes - NE
26. Tim Herron
28. Robert Garrigus
29. Vijay Singh - NE