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13. Brendon de Jonge [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #80 - Not Entered

With 14 consecutive cuts made, de Jonge's streak is the third-longest currently active on Tour. He ranks seventh in greens in regulation percentage and 17th in All-Around Ranking. Over his last five starts de Jonge has finished inside the top 20 on three occasions.

14. Rory Sabbatini [Yahoo Class A] - World Ranking: #158

Over his last five starts, Sabbatini has three finishes inside the top 20, highlighted by a share of second in the Memorial. Back in 2006 he finished T5 at Hamilton.

15. Jeff Overton [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #188

After missing four cuts in a span of six starts, Overton has made five straight with top-30 finishes in each of the last four. Overton ranks sixth in birdie average and has experience on his course. As a rookie back in 2006 he finished T53 at Hamilton.

16. Charlie Wi [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #110

Wi has only missed one cut over his last 15 starts and is coming off his third top-five finish in that span. He’s never played at Hamilton, but is playing well enough to consider starting.

17. Vijay Singh [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #157

Singh is coming off a T9 in the Open Championship and has played at Hamilton twice. He finished T6 in 2003 and T35 in 2006. Singh has made seven of his last eight cuts with a pair of top-10 finishes.

18. Seung-yul Noh [Yahoo Class C]

Noh continues to roll through an impressive rookie season. He’s made 11 straight cuts and has finished inside the top 30 in each of the last five events with one top-five and a pair of top-10s.

19. J.B. Holmes [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #165

Holmes is a noted bomber off the tee, currently fifth in driving distance. He’s made five straight cuts with three top-30s.

20. Matt Every [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #42

After taking time off for the birth of his child, Every finished T58 in the John Deere Classic. The finish was disappointing, but it marks just the second time all season Every has made two straight cuts. He’s missed eight cuts in 16 starts with five top-10s.

21. John Huh [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #143

Huh’s rookie campaign includes one win and nine finishes inside the top-25 with some impressive statistics over 20 starts. He ranks 18th in All-Around Ranking and 24th in total driving.

22. Roberto Castro [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #87

Castro is another rookie with a look this week. He’s finished T7 and T18 in his last two starts while making eight of his last nine cuts. Castro is 10th in total driving and 19th in All-Around Ranking.

23. Jerry Kelly [Yahoo Class B] - World Ranking: #127

Kelly has finished 13th or better in two of his last three starts and did not shoot a round over par during that span.

24. Ben Curtis [Yahoo Class C] - World Ranking: #103

Curtis has slowed since notching a win, a runner-up performance and another top-five finish in a span of four straight top-15s. He’s missed two of his last four cuts, but finished T20 at Hamilton in 2006.
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