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25. J.J. Henry [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #198

Henry began last year by missing six straight cuts and getting the early boot in eight of the first 11. He got to Hawaii with a victory in the Reno–Tahoe Open, an alternate event to the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

26. George McNeill [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #150

McNeill won the Puerto Rico Open, the alternate tournament to the WGC-Cadillac Championship. In the following 18 starts he only managed one top-20 finish.

27. Mark Wilson [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #117

Wilson is another winner from early 2012 that’s heading to Hawaii. Before ending the season with a T10 in The McGladrey Classic he missed seven cuts in a span of 14 starts.

28. Charlie Beljan [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #183

Beljan suffered a panic attack en route to winning the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic, his final chance to secure a Tour card for 2013. Prior to that he finished T10 in The McGladrey Classic, another Fall Series event, but missed nine cuts in 20 prior starts.

29. Kyle Stanley [Yahoo Class A] - World Ranking: #165

Stanley won an early-season event in 2012 but was pretty dreadful from there. In all, he missed 11 cuts in 27 starts.

30. Ted Potter, Jr. [Yahoo Class B]

A victory in the Greenbrier Classic was Potter's lone top-10 in 25 starts and his only top-30 over his final 18 events. He missed nine cuts in that span.

Yahoo Golf Cheat Sheet

Class A

1. Matt Kuchar
5. Brandt Snedeker
6. Bubba Watson
13. Ryan Moore
14. Rickie Fowler
19. Jonas Blixt
24. Marc Leishman
29. Kyle Stanley

Class B

2. Steve Stricker
3. Dustin Johnson
4. Jason Dufner
7. Ian Poulter
8. Webb Simpson
9. Keegan Bradley
10. Hunter Mahan
12. Zach Johnson
15. Scott Piercy
17. Bill Haas
23. Johnson Wagner
25. J.J. Henry
27. Mark Wilson
30. Ted Potter, Jr.

Class C

11. Nick Watney
16. Carl Pettersson
18. John Huh
20. Ben Curtis
21. Scott Stallings
22. Tommy Gainey
26. George McNeill
28. Charlie Beljan