Masters Champions Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Reed, Zach Johnson Among Late Additions to Wyndham Championship; Current Field Announced


GREENSBORO, N.C. – Masters champions Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Reed and Zach Johnson were late-afternoon additions to the Wyndham Championship field, the tournament announced today. The 82nd annual Wyndham Championship is set for Aug. 11-15, 2021 at Sedgefield Country Club.

These players join fan favorite Rickie Fowler, world No. 8 Louis Oosthuizen, two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson, major winners Adam Scott, Justin Rose, Francesco Molinari, Gary Woodland, Charl Schwartzel and European Ryder Cup Captain and three-time major winner Padraig Harrington, Tommy Fleetwood, two-time Wyndham champion Brandt Snedeker, 2011 Wyndham champion and 2012 U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson, FedExCup No. 11 Jason Kokrak, FedExCup No. 13 Sam Burns, Matthew Wolff, Kevin Kisner, defending champion Jim Herman, former champions Si Woo Kim, J.T. Poston, Ryan Moore, Camilo Villegas and K.J. Choi, East Carolina University alum Harold Varner III, Matt Kuchar, Will Zalatoris and 2011 FedExCup champion Bill Haas in the tournament field.

Matsuyama, the reigning Masters champion, is 22nd in the current FedExCup point standings and 20th in the Official World Golf Rankings. He will make his seventh Wyndham Championship appearance next week; he finished tied for third in 2016 and tied for 11th in 2018 for his best finishes at Sedgefield. Matsuyama is a six-time PGA TOUR winner with eight international victories to his credit. In addition to his 2021 Masters victory, he finished tied for second at the Vivint Houston Open and tied for 13th at the 2020 Masters Tournament, which was played during this PGA TOUR season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He is a native and resident of Japan.

Reed, the 2018 Masters champion, is having an excellent season winning the Farmers Insurance Open, finishing fifth at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide and tied for sixth at the Wells Fargo Championship. He is 19th in the current FedExCup point standings and 15th in the Official World Golf Rankings. A native and resident of Texas, the nine-time PGA TOUR winner captured his first PGA TOUR victory here in 2013 following an epic two-hole playoff with 2015 FedExCup champion Jordan Spieth. Reed represented the United States in the Ryder Cup in 2014, ’16 and ’18 and in the Presidents Cup in 2015, ‘17 and ‘19. This year’s tournament will be Reed’s seventh Wyndham Championship appearance; he finished tied for ninth here last year – it was his best finish since winning in 2013.

Johnson, a 12-time PGA TOUR winner, won the Masters in 2007 and the Open Championship in 2015. He has five previous Wyndham Championship appearances; he finished tied for seventh last year and tied for fifth in 2013 for his best finishes here. The Iowa native played in the Ryder Cup in 2006, ’10, ’12, ’14 and ’16. He played the Presidents Cup in 2007, ’09, ’13 and ’15. His best finishes this season are tied for sixth at the RSM Classic, tied for eighth at the Honda Classic and tied for eighth at the 2020 U.S. Open, which was played earlier this season. He is 103rd in the current FedExCup point standings and 132nd in the Official World Golf Rankings.

Those playing on sponsor exemptions next week are 2011 FedExCup champion Bill Haas, Harrington, Duke University alumnus Alex Smalley, University of Georgia alumnus and SEC Player of the Year Davis Thompson, 2014 Wyndham Championship winner Camilo Villegas and world No. 30 and Wake Forest alumnus Will Zalatoris, who has PGA TOUR special temporary status.

Australian Jason Day injured his back and withdrew from the field. Golfers can join the field until 30 minutes after today’s round is complete at the Barracuda Championship in Reno, Nev.; additional players could join the field later tonight. In addition, the top-four finishers from Monday’s qualifying tournament will also join the field. The current field is below:

2021 Wyndham Championship Field As of 6 p.m. 8/6/2021

An, Byeong Hun

Gómez, Fabián

Kokrak, Jason

Reavie, Chez

Trainer, Martin

Anderson, Mark

Gooch, Talor

Kuchar, Matt

Redman, Doc

Tway, Kevin

Aphibarnrat, Kiradech

Gordon, Will

Lahiri, Anirban

Reed, Patrick

Van Pelt, Bo

Armour, Ryan

Grace, Branden

Laird, Martin

Rodgers, Patrick

van Rooyen, Erik

Baddeley, Aaron

Griffin, Lanto

Landry, Andrew

Rose, Justin

Varner III, Harold

Baker, Chris

Haas, Bill

Lashley, Nate

Ryder, Sam

Vegas, Jhonattan

Blixt, Jonas

Hadley, Chesson

Lebioda, Hank

Sabbatini, Rory

Ventura, Kris

Bramlett, Joseph

Hadwin, Adam

Ledesma, Nelson

Schenk, Adam

Vick, Matt

Brehm, Ryan

Hagy, Brandon

Lee, K.H.

Schwartzel, Charl

Villegas, Camilo

Brown, Scott

Hahn, James

Lewis, Tom

Scott, Adam

Watney, Nick

Burgoon, Bronson

Harman, Brian

List, Luke

Seiffert, Chase

Watson, Bubba

Burns, Sam

Harrington, Padraig

Long, Adam

Senden, John

Werenski, Richy

Cabrera Bello, Rafa

Harrington, Scott

Malnati, Peter

Shelton, Robby

Whaley, Vincent

Campos, Rafael

Henley, Russell

Matsuyama, Hideki

Simpson, Webb

Wise, Aaron

Cappelen, Sebastian

Herman, Jim

McCarthy, Denny

Sloan, Roger

Wolff, Matthew

Choi, K.J.

Hickok, Kramer

McCumber, Tyler

Smalley, Alex

Woodland, Gary

Clark, Wyndham

Higgs, Harry

Mitchell, Keith

Snedeker, Brandt

Zalatoris, Will

Cook, Austin

Hoag, Bo

Molinari, Francesco

Spaun, J.J.

Zhang, Xinjun

Dahmen, Joel

Hoge, Tom

Moore, Ryan

Stadler, Kevin

Donald, Luke

Hossler, Beau

Muñoz, Sebastián

Stallings, Scott

Dufner, Jason

Hubbard, Mark

Na, Kevin

Stanley, Kyle

Duncan, Tyler

Hughes, Mackenzie

NeSmith, Matthew

Straka, Sepp

Every, Matt

Im, Sungjae

Norlander, Henrik

Streb, Robert

Fleetwood, Tommy

Johnson, Zach

Oosthuizen, Louis

Streelman, Kevin

Fowler, Rickie

Jones, Matt

Oppenheim, Rob

Stuard, Brian

Frittelli, Dylan

Kang, Sung

Pan, C.T.

Swafford, Hudson

Garnett, Brice

Kim, Michael

Percy, Cameron

Taylor, Ben

Gay, Brian

Kim, Si Woo

Perez, Pat

Taylor, Nick

Gellerman, Michael

Kirk, Chris

Piercy, Scott

Taylor, Vaughn

Ghim, Doug

Kisner, Kevin

Poston, J.T.

Thompson, Davis

Gibson, Rhein

Kizzire, Patton

Potter, Jr., Ted

Thompson, Michael

Gligic, Michael

Knox, Russell

Power, Seamus

Todd, Brendon

Glover, Lucas

Kodaira, Satoshi

Putnam, Andrew

Trahan, D.J.

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