Shriners Open 2013: Tee Times, Dates and TV Schedule

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Shriners Open 2013: Tee Times, Dates and TV Schedule
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2012 Shriners winner Ryan Moore

The 2013 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open kicks off Thursday, Oct. 17, and the excitement surrounding the second stop on the 2013-14 season schedule has golf fans at a fever pitch.

With last season concluding just a few weeks ago and this season already kicking off, fans don't have a chance to catch their breath.

This is all the vital information everyone needs to enjoy the tournament that benefits such a great cause.

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Where: TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas

When: Oct. 17 through Oct. 20

Watch: Golf Channel

Live Stream: PGA Tour Live

Full Day 1 Tee Times (via

TPC Summerlin Tee No. 1
Group Time (PT) Players
1 6:55 a.m. Driscoll, James Harman, Brian Kokrak, Jason
2 7:04 a.m. Hearn, David Stuard, Brian Hicks, Justin
3 7:14 a.m. Matteson, Troy MacKenzie, Will Wi, Charlie
4 7:23 a.m. Laird, Martin Huh, John Sabbatini, Rory
5 7:33 a.m. Henley, Russell Stallings, Scott Howell III, Charles
6 7:42 a.m. McNeill, George Ogilvy, Geoff Allenby, Robert
7 7:52 a.m. Austin, Woody Gainey, Tommy Yang, Y.E.
8 8:01 a.m. Perez, Pat Barnes, Ricky Flores, Martin
9 8:11 a.m. Romero, Andres Estes, Bob Tringale, Cameron
10 8:20 a.m. Turnesa, Marc Claxton, Will Knox, Russell
11 8:30 a.m. Peterson, John Gardiner, Scott Svoboda, Andrew
TPC Summerlin Tee No. 10
Group Time (PT) Players
12 6:55 a.m. Ames, Stephen Immelman, Trevor Adams, Blake
13 7:04 a.m. Crane, Ben Jacobson, Freddie Garrigus, Robert
14 7:14 a.m. de Jonge, Brendon Matsuyama, Hideki Blanks, Kris
15 7:23 a.m. Johnson, Zach Moore, Ryan Love III, Davis
16 7:33 a.m. Walker, Jimmy Watney, Nick Cabrera, Angel
17 7:42 a.m. Ernst, Derek Henry, J.J. Wilson, Mark
18 7:52 a.m. Beljan, Charlie Na, Kevin Byrd, Jonathan
19 8:01 a.m. O'Hair, Sean Bohn, Jason McGirt, William
20 8:11 a.m. Palmer, Ryan Chalmers, Greg Hahn, James
21 8:20 a.m. Ishikawa, Ryo Hurley III, Billy Koepka, Brooks
22 8:30 a.m. Loar, Edward Swafford, Hudson Littrell, Don
TPC Summerlin Tee No. 1
Group Time (PT) Players
23 11:30 a.m. Reavie, Chez Senden, John Overton, Jeff
24 11:39 a.m. Baird, Briny Lingmerth, David Teater, Josh
25 11:49 a.m. Hoffman, Charley Lunde, Bill Campbell, Chad
26 11:58 a.m. English, Harris Merrick, John DeLaet, Graham
27 12:08 p.m. Reed, Patrick Simpson, Webb Toms, David
28 12:17 p.m. Potter, Jr., Ted Curtis, Ben Vegas, Jhonattan
29 12:27 p.m. Kirk, Chris Glover, Lucas Appleby, Stuart
30 12:36 p.m. Duval, David Levin, Spencer Hoffmann, Morgan
31 12:46 p.m. Guthrie, Luke Van Aswegen, Tyrone Putnam, Michael
32 12:55 p.m. Collins, Chad Wilkinson, Tim Reifers, Kyle
33 1:05 p.m. Hadley, Chesson Martin, Ben Penner, Kevin
TPC Summerlin Tee No. 10
Group Time (PT) Players
34 11:30 a.m. Molder, Bryce Goydos, Paul Smith, Chris
35 11:39 a.m. Steele, Brendan Jones, Matt Lee, Richard H.
36 11:49 a.m. Maggert, Jeff Stadler, Kevin Summerhays, Daniel
37 11:58 a.m. Duke, Ken Stanley, Kyle Clark, Tim
38 12:08 p.m. Brown, Scott Piercy, Scott Pettersson, Carl
39 12:17 p.m. Frazar, Harrison Singh, Vijay Weir, Mike
40 12:27 p.m. Slocum, Heath Villegas, Camilo Langley, Scott
41 12:36 p.m. Coceres, Jose Davis, Brian Compton, Erik
42 12:46 p.m. Aragon, Alex Noh, Seung-Yul Garnett, Brice
43 12:55 p.m. Kisner, Kevin Prugh, Alex Gonzales, Andres
44 1:05 p.m. Cauley, Bud Todd, Brendon Homa, Max

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Prediction and Preview

The field at the 2013 Shriners tournament is not as stacked as many of the other major events on tour, but there is still plenty of legitimate talent vying for the right to hoist the trophy at the second event of the 2013-14 season.

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Golf fans are always on the lookout for big-name stars and how they are performing. With players like Zach Johnson, Angel Cabrera and Webb Simpson all adorning the field, this is the perfect opportunity for an unproven talent to steal the spotlight and make a name for himself.

The stage has been set for 21-year-old sensation Hideki Matsuyama to win this tournament.

With a third-place finish in last week’s Open and solid play at the Presidents Cup, Matsuyama has proved he is one of the best prospects in the sport. Add his ability to stay calm under pressure, and this week’s tournament is Matsuyama’s chance to thrive.

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Zach Johnson

The pursuit of his first PGA Tour victory won’t be easy, as defending champion Ryan Moore is also in the field and playing well, but the fact that Matsuyama has shown the consistency needed to finish in the top 30 in the world rankings proves he is ready for the big time.

Look for Matsuyama to get his first PGA Tour win and begin a dream season.

Predicted Winner: Hideki Matsuyama



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