Major champions O'Meara, Mize commit to Sanford International

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – World Golf Hall of Fame inductee Mark O’Meara and 1987 Masters winner Larry Mize headline a list of PGA TOUR Champions player commitments to the Sanford International.
O’Meara and Mize are joined by Scott Parel, Gene Sauers, Kent Jones, Bob Estes, Tom Gillis, Doug McKenzie, Doug Garwood, David Frost, Michael Allen, Russ Cochran, John Huston, Dan Forsman, Ken Duke, Skip Kendall and Michael Bradley as players who have officially committed to Sanford International presented by Cambria on September 16-22 at Minnehaha Country Club, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

O'Meara has two major titles on his resume, both coming in 1998. The Goldsboro, North Carolina, native won the Masters and the Open Championship that year on his way to claiming PGA Player of the Year honors. He has 16 career wins on the PGA TOUR and three victories on the PGA TOUR Champions including a four-shot win this March at the Cologuard Classic in Tucson, Arizona. He finished T27 at the 2018 Sanford International.

Mize is the only native of Augusta, Georgia, to win the Masters. In 1987, Mize chipped in from off the green on the 11th hole to win a playoff and claim the Green Jacket. Mize also has three additional wins on the PGA TOUR and one win on the PGA TOUR Champions. He played for the U.S. teams in the Ryder Cup in 1987 and the Dunhill Cup in 2000. He finished T35 at the 2018 Sanford International.
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About the Sanford International
The Sanford International Presented by Cambria, a PGA TOUR Champions event contested in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, will be played at Minnehaha Country Club the week of September 16-22, featuring a $1.8 million purse. A five-year agreement is in place through 2022. In its second year, the Sanford International will continue to focus on charitable giving and making a lasting impact in Sioux Falls. These organizations are supported through the proceeds of the tournament and via direct donations to participating charities. For more information about the tournament, please visit You can also follow the tournament on social media via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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