David Frost hits out of a bunker on the 15th fairway during the Accenture Pro-Am at the Constellation Senior Players Championship at Fox Chapel Golf Club Wednesday afternoon.
By Gerry Dulac Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The 30th Constellation Senior Players Championship, begins today at the Fox Chapel Golf Club with a field of 81 players playing 72 holes with no cut. Joe Daley is the defending champion. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette golf writer Gerry Dulac handicaps the favorites for the tournament.
Skinny: Former champion finished fourth last year, second last week and leads tour in scoring average (68.13).
Skinny: Position is a must at Fox Chapel, and nobody positions the ball better than the former two-time Masters champion.
Skinny: Leads the Champions Tour in top-10 finishes (8) and Schwab Cup points.
Skinny: One of Europe's greatest all-time players making Champions Tour debut.
Skinny: Won five times on PGA Tour after turning 47, but just two wins on Champions Tour.
Skinny: Closing flurry of birdies last year left him alone in second at Fox Chapel.
Skinny: Greensburg native won Champions Tour debut and has local edge.
Skinny: Won earlier this year in Mississippi and already has one senior major.
Skinny: 11 PGA Tour wins, 9 Champions Tour victories, but no majors.
Skinny: Can "The Walrus" ride the emotion of last week's stirring victory?
Skinny: International players won the first two majors on the Champions Tour this season.
Skinny: Has seven top-10 finishes already in 2013.
Skinny: He contended last year until the back nine Sunday.
Skinny: At 63, searching for first Champions Tour win since 2011 Senior PGA.
Skinny: Can anybody shape a shot better than the 1995 U.S. Open champion?
And the winner is ...
Kenny Perry. He was second in the Sr. PGA and third last week in Chicago. It's his time.