US PGA Championship 2022: Who is in the field?


Tiger Woods is among the 156 golfers confirmed for the US PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club, but Phil Mickelson won’t defend his title.

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The year’s second men’s Major Championship gets underway on May 19 as Mickelson defends the Wanamaker Trophy.

The field, which includes 17 past US PGA Champions, 34 Major Champions, three World Golf Hall of Fame Members and four Ryder Cup Captains, also features the top 70 players who have earned the most PGA Championship points through the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship and the top-20 finishers from the 2022 PGA Professional Championship.

Phil Mickelson hasn't played on the PGA Tour since the fallout around his Saudi Arabia comments.

It is arguably the strongest field of the year and will draw even more attention this year with Tiger Woods in the event.

Woods returned to competitive golf at the Masters in April, 14 months after suffering life-threatening injuries in a car crash.

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However, defending champion Phil Mickelson, who hasn’t played since last played in February having taken a break from the game after criticising Saudi Arabia’s regime, has withdrawn.

The 51-year-old, who became golf’s oldest major champion with his win at Kiawah Island, lost multiple sponsors and saw his reputation tarnished after he sought to use involvement with a Saudi Arabian-backed golf super league to gain leverage over the PGA Tour. It saw him miss his first Masters in 28 years and, having originally been named among the field for this week’s Major, means he’ll now miss his defence, too.

Tiger Woods returned to action at The Masters.

For Woods it’ll be just his second competitive start since suffering life-threatening injuries in a car crash in February 2021.

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The 15-time Major champion finished 47th and initially refused to commit to playing at Southern Hills, saying that he was focusing on the 150th Open Championship at St Andrews. However, Woods had been seen practising at the US PGA venue in recent weeks and his place was confirmed in the final starters’ list released on May 9.

They’ll be joined in the field by all of the game’s big names, including World No.1 and Masters champion, Scottie Scheffler, four-time Major champion Rory McIlroy, and three-time Major champion Jordan Spieth, who will aim to complete the career grand slam.

Scottie Scheffler won the Masters by three shots.

Here’s a look at the full field, listed in alphabetical order by surname.

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Ancer, Abraham – Mexico
Arnaus, Adri – Spain
Beach, Alex – USA
Beem, Rich – USA
Bekker, Oliver – South Africa
Berger, Daniel – USA
Bezuidenhout, Christiaan – South Africa
Bingaman, Brandon – USA
Bland, Richard – England
Block, Michael – USA
Borchert, Matt – USA
Bradley, Keegan – USA
Brehm, Ryan – USA
Burmester, Dean – South Africa
Burns, Sam – USA
Canter, Laurie — England
Cantlay, Patrick – USA
Cejka, Alex – Germany
Champ, Cameron – USA
Cink, Stewart – USA
Collet, Tyler – USA
Conners, Corey – Canada
Dahmen, Joel – USA
Daly, John – USA
Davis, Cam – Australia
Day, Jason – Australia
DeChambeau, Bryson – USA
Dickinson, Paul – USA
Dufner, Jason – USA
Feenstra, Tim – USA

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Finau, Tony – USA
Fitzpatrick, Matt – England
Fleetwood, Tommy – England
Fowler, Rickie – USA
Fox, Ryan — New Zealand
Garcia, Sergio – Spain
Glover, Lucas – USA
Gooch, Talor – USA
Grace, Branden – South Africa
Griffin, Lanto — USA
Hadwin, Adam – Canada
Harding, Justin — South Africa
Harman, Brian – USA
Harrington, Padraig – Ireland
Hatton, Tyrrell – England
Henley, Russell — USA
Herbert, Lucas – Australia
Hickok, Kramer – USA
Higgo, Garrick – South Africa
Higgs, Harry – USA
Hoge, Tom – USA
Hojgaard, Nicolai – Denmark
Homa, Max – USA
Horschel, Billy – USA
Horsfield, Sam — England
Hoshino, Rikuya – Japan
Hossler, Beau – USA
Hovland, Viktor – Norway
Hughes, Mackenzie — Canada
Hurt, Austin – USA
Inamori, Yuki – Japan
Inglis, Colin – USA
Ishee, Nic – USA
Johnson, Dustin – USA
Johnson, Zach – USA
Jones, Jared – USA
Jones, Matt – Australia

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Kaewkanjana, Sadom — Thailand
Kanaya, Takumi – Japan
Kaymer, Martin – Germany
Kim, Bio — Korea
Kim, Chan – USA
Kim, Joohyung – Korea
Kim, Si Woo – Korea
Kinoshita, Ryosuke – Japan
Kirk, Chris – USA
Kisner, Kevin – USA
Kizzire, Patton — USA
Knox, Russell – Scotland
Koepka, Brooks – USA
Kokrak, Jason – USA
Kozuma, Jinichiro — Japan
Kuchar, Matt – USA
Lahiri, Anirban — India
Larrazabal, Pablo – Spain
Lee, K.H. — Korea
Lee, Min Woo – Australia
Leishman, Marc — Australia
List, Luke – USA
Lowry, Shane – Ireland
MacIntyre, Robert – Scotland
Matsuyama, Hideki – Japan
McCarty, Sean – USA
McIlroy, Rory – Northern Ireland
McNealy, Maverick — USA
Mendoza, Kyle – USA
Merritt, Troy — USA
Micheel, Shaun – USA

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Mitchell, Keith — USA
Molinari, Francesco – Italy
Morikawa, Collin – USA
Mueller, Jesse – USA
Munoz, Sebastian — Colombia
Na, Kevin — USA
Newman, Dylan – USA
Niemann, Joaquin – Chile
Noren, Alex — Sweden
Norris, Shaun – South Africa
Oakley, Zac – USA
Oosthuizen, Louis – South Africa
Ortiz, Carlos – Mexico
Palmer, Ryan – USA
Pereira, Mito – Chile
Pieters, Thomas – Belgium
Poulter, Ian – England
Power, Seamus – Ireland
Pyne, Casey – USA
Rahm, Jon – Spain
Ramey, Chad – USA
Reed, Patrick – USA
Riley, Davis — USA
Rose, Justin – England
Schauffele, Xander – USA
Scheffler, Scottie – USA
Schenk, Adam – USA
Schwartzel, Charl – South Africa
Scott, Adam – Australia
Simpson, Webb – USA
Smith, Cameron – Australia
Spaun, J.J. – USA
Spieth, Jordan – USA
Stallings, Scott – USA
Steele, Brendan – USA
Stenson, Henrik – Sweden
Straka, Sepp – Austria
Streelman, Kevin – USA
Swafford, Hudson – USA
Thomas, Justin – USA
Tringale, Cameron – USA
van Rooyen, Erik – South Africa
van Tonder, Daniel — South Africa
Varner III, Harold – USA
Vegas, Jhonattan – Venezuela
Vermeer, Ryan – USA
Warren, Shawn – USA
Watson, Bubba – USA
Westwood, Lee – England
Wiesberger, Bernd – Austria
Wise, Aaron — USA
Wolff, Matthew – USA
Woodland, Gary – USA
Woods, Tiger – USA
Worthington II, Wyatt – USA
Yang, Y.E. – Korea
Young, Cameron — USA
Zalatoris, Will – USA

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