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Air Capital Classic Players at the 2013 Masters

April 2013

WICHITA, Kan. – The Masters Championship will take place this weekend, from April 11-14 at the Augusta National Golf Club. The Air Capital Classic is proud to recognize past participants who will be competing at this year’s Championship.

Notable participants of both tournaments include: Bubba Watson, who competed at the Air Capital Classic tournament in 2004 and 2005 and won the Masters Championship last year, Zach Johnson (’00, ’03), Matt Kuchar (’06) , Brandt Snedeker (’06), Jason Dufner (2001-’03, ’05-’06), and Scott Piercy who won the Air Capital Classic in 2008.

Air Capital Classic Alums Participating in the Masters:
Keegan Bradley – (2010)
Stewart Cink – (1996)
Jason Day – (2007)
Jason Dufner – (2001-’03, 2005-’06)
Jim Furyk – (1993)
Robert Garrigus – (2002, 2004)
Brian Gay – (1998)
Lucas Glover – (2002-’03)
Bill Haas – (2005)
Zach Johnson – (2000, 2003)
Matt Kuchar – (2006)
Martin Laird – (2005, 2007)
John Merrick – (2006)
Scott Piercy – (2008)
D.A. Points – (2001, 2003, 2007-’08)
Ted Potter Jr. – (2010-’11)
Nate Smith – (2010-’11)
Brandt Snedeker – (2006)
Steve Stricker – (1991)
David Toms – (1990-’91, 1995)
Bo Van Pelt – (2001-’01, 2003)
Nick Watney – (2004)
Bubba Watson – (2004-’05)

The 2013 Air Capital Classic will be played June 10-16 at Crestview Country Club in Wichita, with a purse of $650,000. Last year's event was won by Casey Wittenberg, who went on to become the Web.com Tour's leading money-winner.

Sponsorship and ticket information is available by contacting the Air Capital Classic at 316-219-9046 or by visiting golf@aircapclassic.com.

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