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  1. Welcome to the 2007

  2. 2007 The Merrill Lynch Shootout, which is hosted by World Golf Hall of Fame member Greg Norman, is proud to celebrate its 19th anniversary in 2007.

  3. 2007 Thanks to the support of the event's title sponsor, Merrill Lynch, and other major corporations, the Shootout has become one of the most prestigious and unique events on the PGA TOUR.

  4. 2007 This one-of-a-kind competition features 24 of the world's top professional golfers playing on two-man teams in a mixed-format of modified alternate shot, better ball, and scramble.

  5. 2007 For sponsors, fans, and TOUR professionals alike, the Shootout offers an intimate yet exciting atmosphere.

  6. TITLE SPONSOR

  7. TITLE SPONSOR

  8. TITLE SPONSOR Merrill Lynch is one of the world's leading wealth management, capital markets and advisory companies, with offices in 37 countries and territories and total client assets of approximately $1.5 trillion.

  9. TITLE SPONSOR As an investment bank, it is a leading global trader and underwriter of securities and derivatives across a broad range of asset classes and serves as a strategic advisor to corporations, governments, institutions and individuals worldwide.

  10. TITLE SPONSOR Through Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, the company is one of the world's largest managers of financial assets. Firm-wide, assets under management total $581 billion.For more information on Merrill Lynch, please visit www.ml.com

  11. Tournament Charities The Merrill Lynch Shootout was founded in 1989 to help children who suffer from disease or social difficulties.

  12. Tournament Charities Now in it's 19th year, this event will again benefit the CureSearch National Childhood Cancer Foundation, as well as other worthy charities.

  13. TV Coverage Friday TGC 3:00- 6:00 pm Saturday NBC 4:00- 6:00 pm Sunday NBC3:00- 6:00 pm

  14. Defending Champions Jerry Kelly & Rod Pampling Final 2006 score – 31, 185 total

  15. Past Champions 2006 Jerry Kelly & Rod Pampling64-62-59—185 2005 John Huston & Kenny Perry64-63-59—1862004Jeff Sluman & Hank Kuehne64-62-61—1872003 Jeff Sluman & Hank Kuehne65-68-60—1932002Lee Janzen & Rocco Mediate65-60-60--185

  16. Past Champions 2001 Brad Faxon & Scott McCarron 64-62-57—1832000 Brad Faxon & Scott McCarron 64-66-60--190 1999 David Duval & Fred Couples 61-62-61--184 1998 Greg Norman & Steve Elkington 67-64-58—1891997 Bruce Lietzke & Scott McCarron 68-59-59--186

  17. Past Champions 1996 Jay Haas & Tom Kite 67-60-60--187 1995 Mark Calcavecchia & Steve Elkington 64-61-58--184 1994 Fred Couples & Brad Faxon 68-64-58—190 1993 Steve Elkington & Ray Floyd 62-64-62--188 1992 Tom Kite & Davis Love III 65-67-59--191

  18. Past Champions 1991Tom Purtzer & Lanny Wadkins 61-65-63--189 1990 Fred Couples & Ray Floyd 64-57-61—182 1989 Curtis Strange & Mark O'Meara 66-62-62--190

  19. 2007 Purse: 2.8 Million 1st Place $700,000 - $350,000 each2nd Place$450,000 - $225,000 each 3rd Place $255,000 - $127,500 each 4th Place$200,000 - $100,000 each 5th Place $175,000 - $ 87,500 each 6th Place$165,000 - $ 82,500 each

  20. 2007 Purse: 2.8 Million 7th Place $155,000 - $77,500 each8th Place$150,000 - $75,000 each9th Place $145,000 - $72,500 each10th Place$140,000 - $70,000 each11th Place $135,000 - $67,500 each12th Place$130,000 - $65,000 each

  21. 2007 Tournament Schedule Wednesday, December 5thPro-am First Round Format: ShambleTee Times: 8:00 - 10:20 amon the 1st & 10th TeeAdmission gates open at 7:00 am

  22. 2007 Tournament Schedule Thursday, December 6thPro-am Final RoundFormat: Best BallTee Times: 8:00 - 10:20 amon the 1st & 10th TeeAdmission gates open at 7:00 am

  23. 2007 Tournament Schedule Friday, December 7thFirst Round TV - TGC 3-6pmFormat: Modified Alternate ShotApprox. Tee Times: 9:55-10:55 amAdmission gates open at 9:00 amSuncast Family Golf Clinic hosted byGreg Norman (Approx. 4:00 pm)

  24. 2007 Tournament Schedule Saturday, December 8thSecond RoundFormat: Better BallApprox. Tee Times: 9:15-10:30 amAdmission gates open at 8:30 amTV: NBC 4:00 - 6:00 pm EST

  25. 2007 Tournament Schedule Sunday, December 9thFinal RoundFormat: ScrambleApprox. Tee Times: 8:30 – 9:45 amAdmission gates open at 7:30 am Trophy Presentation at End of PlayTV: NBC 3:00 - 6:00 pm EST

  26. 2007 Merrill Lynch Shootout Field • Defending Champions: Jerry Kelly & Rod Pampling• Top Three (3) Available Players fromCurrent Money List• Top Ten (10) Available Players fromCareer Money List• Nine (9) Special Exemptions

  27. 2007 Pairings – 12 Teams Greg Norman & Bubba Watson Fred Couples & John Daly Chris DiMarco & Camilo Villegas Stewart Cink & Zach Johnson Brad Faxon & Justin Leonard Woody Austin & Mark Calcavecchia

  28. 2007 Pairings – 12 Teams Charles Howell III & Nick Price Fred Funk & Jeff Sluman Anthony Kim & Mark O'Meara Steve Elkington & Scott McCarron Scott Hoch & Kenny Perry Jerry Kelly & Rod Pampling

  29. 2007 Tee Times Friday Round 1 10:00 a.m.Fred Funk – Jeff Sluman Scott Hoch – Kenny Perry 10:12 a.m.Jerry Kelly – Rod Pampling Steve Elkington – Scott McCarron

  30. 2007 Tee Times Friday Round 1 10:24 a.m. Anthony Kim – Mark O’Meara Charles Howell III – Nick Price 10:36 a.m. Woody Austin – Mark Calcavecchia Brad Faxon – Justin Leonard

  31. 2007 Tee Times Friday Round 1 10:48 a.m. Stewart Cink – Zach Johnson Chris DiMarco – Camilo Villegas 11:00 a.m. Greg Norman – Bubba Watson Fred Couples – John Daly

  32. 2007 Player Interviews Interviews will be aired live on this channel as players make their way through the Media Center.

  33. Host CourseTiburónPar: 72 Yd: 7,288 Course Designer Greg Norman

  34. No.1 Par 5 Yards 573

  35. Hole #1 Par 5 | 573 Yards Tiburón opens with a long par 5. Players are advised to check the distance to the lake off the tee, as it is reachable. Hugging the right side of the fairway will present a chance to go for the green in two. Those laying up should take the water out of play and aim just left of the fairway bunker.

  36. Tiburón Golf ClubPar: 72 - 7,288 Yards Hole No. 1 Par 5 573 Yards

  37. No.2 Par 4 Yards 440

  38. Hole #2 Par 4 | 440 Yards Finding the fairway is paramount on this tight, right-to-left par 4. The support slope on the right side of the fairway will help kick the drive around the dogleg. An accurate second shot is required to this deep but narrow crowned green.

  39. Tiburón Golf ClubPar: 72 - 7,288 Yards Hole No. 2 Par 4 440 Yards

  40. TITLE SPONSOR

  41. TITLE SPONSOR

  42. TITLE SPONSOR Merrill Lynch is one of the world's leading wealth management, capital markets and advisory companies, with offices in 37 countries and territories and total client assets of approximately $1.5 trillion.

  43. TITLE SPONSOR As an investment bank, it is a leading global trader and underwriter of securities and derivatives across a broad range of asset classes and serves as a strategic advisor to corporations, governments, institutions and individuals worldwide.

  44. TITLE SPONSOR Through Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, the company is one of the world's largest managers of financial assets. Firm-wide, assets under management total $581 billion.For more information on Merrill Lynch, please visit www.ml.com

  45. No.3 Par 4 Yards 458

  46. Hole #3 Par 4 | 458 Yards Like the previous hole, the support slope on the right side of the fairway can used to avoid the waste bunker that protects the entire left side of the hole and extends behind the green. The generous green is protected left by the waste bunker and right by a collection swell.

  47. Tiburón Golf ClubPar: 72 - 7,288 Yards Hole No. 3 Par 4 458 Yards

  48. No.4 Par 4 Yards 428

  49. Hole #4 Par 4 | 428 Yards Aiming left of the fairway bunker from the tee leaves an open approach to the large rolling green. The green complex is protected on the left by the large lake that runs along the entire hole and on the right side by the sod-wall bunker. The smart play is to the center of the green on the approach to take the hazards out of play.

  50. Tiburón Golf ClubPar: 72 - 7,288 Yards Hole No. 4 Par 4 428 Yards