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2011 Masters Invitees Updated

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Sunday, December 26th, 2010
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Robert Allenby (Australia)(17)
Stuart Appleby (Australia)(16)
# Arjun Atwal (India)(16)
Ricky Barnes (11)
Jason Bohn (16)
Angel Cabrera (Argentina)(1,2)
Paul Casey (England)(13,17)
Alex Cejka (Germany)(12)
K. J. Choi (Korea)(11,17)
#* David Chung (6-B)
Stewart Cink (3)
Tim Clark (South Africa)(5,17)
Fred Couples (1,11)
Ben Crane (17)
Ben Crenshaw (1)
# Jason Day (Australia)(16,17)
Luke Donald (England)(17)
Ernie Els (South Africa)(12,17)
Jim Furyk (16,17)
Sergio Garcia (Spain)(5)
Lucas Glover (2)
Retief Goosen (South Africa)(17)
Padraig Harrington (Ireland)(3,4)
# Gregory Havret (France)(12)
# Charley Hoffman (16,17)
Trevor Immelman (South Africa)(1,11)
#* Jin Jeong (Korea)(7)

Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain)(11)
Dustin Johnson (12,16,17)
Zach Johnson (1,14,16,17)
Martin Kaymer (Germany)(4,12)
Jerry Kelly (11)
Anthony Kim (11)
#* Lion Kim (9)
Matt Kuchar (12,16,17)
# Martin Laird (Scotland)(17)
Bernhard Langer (Germany)(1)
Davis Love III (12)
Sandy Lyle (Scotland)(1)
Hunter Mahan (11,16,17)
Steve Marino (11)
#* Hideki Matsuyama (Japan)(8)
Graeme McDowell (N. Ireland)(2)
Rory McIlroy (N. Ireland)(13,14,16)
Phil Mickelson (1,12,17)
Larry Mize (1)
Ryan Moore (11,17)
Kevin Na (17)
Geoff Ogilvy (Australia)(2,17)
Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain)(1)
Mark O’Meara (1)
Louis Oosthuizen (S. Africa)(3)
# Jeff Overton (17)
Ryan Palmer (17)

Carl Pettersson (Sweden)(16)
Ian Poulter (England)(11)
Justin Rose (England)(16,17)
Adam Scott (Australia)(16,17)
Vijay Singh (Fiji)(1)
* Nathan Smith (10)
Brandt Snedeker (12)
Craig Stadler (1)
Henrik Stenson (Sweden)(5,13)
# Kevin Streelman (17)
Steve Stricker (16,17)
David Toms (11)
#* Peter Uihlein (6-A)
Bo Van Pelt (17)
Camilo Villegas (Colombia)(17)
Nick Watney (11,17)
Bubba Watson (14,16,17)
Tom Watson (1)
Mike Weir (Canada)(1)
Lee Westwood (England)(11,13,16)
Tiger Woods (1,2,3,4,11,12)
Ian Woosnam (Wales)(1)
Y. E. Yang (Korea)(4,11)

# = First Masters
* = Amateur
A number after the name indicates how the player qualified and corresponds to the list below.

  1. Masters Tournament Champions (Lifetime)
  2. US Open Champions (Honorary, non-competing after 5 years)
  3. British Open Champions (Honorary, non-competing after 5 years)
  4. PGA Champions (Honorary, non-competing after 5 years)
  5. Winners of The Players Championship (Three years)
  6. Current US Amateur Champion (6-A) (Honorary, non-competing after 1 year) and the runner-up (6-B) to the current US Amateur Champion
  7. Current British Amateur Champion (Honorary, non-competing after 1 year)
  8. Current Asian Amateur Champion
  9. Current US Amateur Public Links Champion
  10. Current US Mid-Amateur Champion
  11. The first 16 players, including ties, in the previous year’s Masters Tournament
  12. The first 8 players, including ties, in the previous year’s US Open Championship
  13. The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year’s British Open Championship
  14. The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year’s PGA Championship
  15. The 30 leaders on the Final Official PGA Tour Money List for the previous calendar year
  16. Winners of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation for the season-ending Tour Championship, from previous Masters to current Masters
  17. Those qualifying for the previous year’s season-ending Tour Championship
  18. The 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for the previous calendar year
  19. The 50 leaders on the Official World Golf Ranking published during the week prior to the current Masters Tournament

2 responses to “2011 Masters Invitees Updated”

  1. My Green Jacket says:

    I do wish they’d allow just ONE wild card spot for a 14-handicapper like me. Wouldn’t that be fun? I might even outscore one of the aged former champions. But I don’t suppose it’s worth petitioning the folks at Augusta until I’m into single figures at least?

    I’ve give it a few more months, then. After that, I guess the easiest way in is definitely to win one of the big amateur tournaments – much easier than trying to get a tour card and then playing consistently enough on the pro circuit!

  2. Golfwichita says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if they afforded an opening for the current AJGA champion? These kids are becoming outstanding golfers at a younger and younger ages. It would be such a thrill for them (and the fans) and their chances would just as good as someone like Craig Stadler.

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