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25. Scott Stallings [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #63

After making just 13 cuts in 28 events, Stallings is clearly not the model of consistency. The young bomber ranked 11th in driving distance which aided him in winning the second annual Greenbrier Classic following a three-man playoff.

26. Harrison Frazar [Yahoo Class C]

After missing six cuts in nine starts, Frazar edged European Tour veteran Robert Karlsson in a playoff to capture the FedEx St. Jude Classic, his first career victory on the PGA Tour. He would go on to finish T30 the following week at the U.S. Open Championship. However, Frazar failed to record a similar result in his eight final starts.

27. Johnson Wagner [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #123

Capturing the Mayakoba Golf Classic, an alternate event to the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, is why Wagner finds himself in Maui this week. In 25 starts, Wagner made 15 cuts and did not manage another top-10 finish. While he's accurate with the driver and decent with the putter, Wagner is not worth starting.

28. Michael Bradley [Yahoo Class C]

The 45 year old Bradley is in Maui by winning the Puerto Rico Open, an alternate event to the WGC-Cadillac Championship. Bradley played in 24 events a year ago, missing half the cuts. While he finished 20th in two Fall Series starts, Bradley is highly unlikely to contend this week.


Yahoo Golf Cheat Sheet

Class A

5. Gary Woodland
9. Bubba Watson
10. Rory Sabbatini

Class B

1. Webb Simpson
2. Steve Stricker
6. Keegan Bradley
7. Bill Haas
11. Chris Kirk
13. Martin Laird
16. Bryce Molder
17. Scott Piercy
19. Ben Crane
21. Mark Wilson
23. Lucas Glover
27. Johnson Wagner

Class C

3. Nick Watney
4. David Toms
8. K.J. Choi
12. Aaron Baddeley
14. Jonathan Byrd
15. Sean O'Hair
18. Jhonattan Vegas
20. Kevin Na
22. D.A. Points
24. Brendan Steele
25. Scott Stallings
26. Harrison Frazar
28. Michael Bradley
 


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