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    • Woods leads excellent 18-man field at 2010 Chevron World Challenge

    Two of this year's four major championship winners -- Graeme McDowell and Martin Kaymer -- plus a trio of other major winners and 14 Ryder Cup participants will join Tiger Woods to make up one of the most impressive, elite fields of the year when they compete at the Chevron World Challenge, Dec. 1-5, at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

    The unique, $5 million event features only 18 players who will take on the demanding, 7,027-yard Sherwood Country Club layout. The Chevron World Challenge, co-sponsored by the PGA Tour, is a four-round, 72-hole stroke-play event with $1.2 million awarded to the winner. Jim Furyk returns as the defending champion, having closed with a 5-under-par 67 on Sunday last year to edge McDowell by one stroke to claim the trophy.

    "I haven't played in the last couple of years, but I'm looking forward to playing this year with this field," Woods said. "The depth and the strength of it is something we've never experienced before. From what I heard when talking to some of the players at the Ryder Cup, they're really excited about playing Sherwood and are really excited about getting out there, especially the first-timers that have never been out here before."

    The 2010 Chevron World Challenge will be held Dec. 1-5 at Sherwood Country Club. Click here to see the full field list.

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