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25. Ben Curtis [Yahoo Class C]

Curtis won this event a year ago, but has missed three of his last six cuts this year with only one top-25 finish during that time.

26. Justin Leonard [Yahoo Class C]

Leonard won this event multiple times on the old course, but has finished T35 and T30 the last two years at TPC San Antonio.

27. Bud Cauley [Yahoo Class C]

Cauley had several hot and cold streaks during last year’s rookie season, but could be warming up for the first time in 2013. He’s coming off a season-high T16 at Redstone and heads to TPC San Antonio, where he placed T18 a year ago.

28. Matt Every [Yahoo Class A]

Every could use another solid outing at TPC San Antonio to turn his struggling season around. He’s played this course twice, finishing T2 last year and T30 in 2011.

29. Aaron Baddeley [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #137

Baddeley hasn’t played TPC San Antonio since a T3 back in 2010. After missing two of his three previous cuts, Baddeley scored a T31 last week at Redstone.

30. Ben Kohles [Yahoo Class C]

After finishing T7 at Copperhead and T14 at Bay Hill, Kohles missed the cut at Redstone. He’s playing TPC San Antonio for the first time.

Yahoo Golf Cheat Sheet

Class A

9. Brendon de Jonge
11. Jordan Spieth
16. Chris Kirk - NE
28. Matt Every

Class B

2. Rory McIlroy
4. Henrik Stenson - NE
6. Jimmy Walker
7. Cameron Tringale
10. Charley Hoffman
13. Jim Furyk
14. Padraig Harrington
22. Ryan Palmer
24. Kevin Chappell

Class C

1. Charl Schwartzel
3. Matt Kuchar
5. Fredrik Jacobson
8. Brendan Steele
12. Ian Poulter
15. Peter Hanson
17. Charlie Wi
18. Billy Horschel
19. Bob Estes
20. John Huh
21. Bryce Molder
23. D.A. Points
25. Ben Curtis
26. Justin Leonard
27. Bud Cauley
29. Aaron Baddeley
30. Ben Kohles
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