Seventy-five PGA Tour pros played the weekend at the Honda National, but there will be nearly as many teeing it up at Monday's Seminole Pro-Member. We count an incredible 66 current tour players in this year's loaded field, including the top three players in the Official World Golf Ranking: World No. 1 Dustin Johnson (who didn't tee it up at the Honda), Jon Rahm, and Justin Thomas, fresh off picking up his eighth PGA Tour title at PGA National on Sunday.
And that doesn't include other big names like Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler and Justin Rose, as well as Hall-of-Famers like Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. Check out this star-studded tee sheet that was shared by The Fried Egg:
As you can see, the Seminole Pro-Member isn't just for those making a living through golf, although most of the field probably have golf bags with their names on them. Member Alan Fadel and Bo Hoag are the defending champs in the gross division, while banking executive Seth Waugh is back with teammate Justin Rose to defend their title in the net division.
Yep, there's a net division, and yep, Larry Fitzgerald, fresh off his recent dominant win with Kevin Streelman at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, is competing. Fitzgerald, a new member at Seminole, will be armed with Rahm as a partner and an 11.3 handicap index (up from a 10.6 somehow at Pebble). Good luck to the rest of the field.
UPDATE: Turns out, Larry Fitzgerald and Rahm did NOT win at Seminole. This is like a No. 1 seed going down in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Congrats to all the winners. That was a heckuva field.