Your Field for the 2009 Senior PGA Championship at Canterbury

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The Senior PGA Championship comes to Canterbury Golf Club in Beachwood May 19-25 this year. While it might not sound as enticing as following Tiger around Firestone, the field is littered with names you're bound to know and love — like a bunch of cranky, limber grandfathers chilling with you for the weekend.

Courtesy of SeniorPGA2009.com (where you can find tickets, info, etc. about the event), here's some of the notables that should get you semi-motivated to get out to Beachwood this May:

Bob Charles - 1963 British Open
Charles Coody - 1971 Masters
Ben Crenshaw - 1984, '95 Masters
Raymond Floyd - 1976 Masters, 1986 U.S. Open, 1969, '82 PGA Championship
Wayne Grady - 1990 PGA Championship
Hale Irwin - 1974, '79, '90 U.S. Open
Tom Kite - 1992 U.S. Open
Bernhard Langer - 1985, '93 Masters
Tom Lehman - 1996 British Open
Sandy Lyle - 1985 British Open, 1988 Masters
Larry Mize - 1987 Masters
Greg Norman - 1986, '93 British Open
Mark O'Meara - 1998 Masters, 1998 British Open
Jerry Pate - 1976 U.S. Open
Nick Price - 1992, '94 PGA Championship, 1994 British Open
Jeff Sluman - 1988 PGA Championship
Craig Stadler - 1982 Masters
Dave Stockton - 1970, '76 PGA Championship
Curtis Strange - 1988, '89 U.S. Open
Hal Sutton - 1983 PGA Championship
Bob Tway - 1986 PGA Championship
Lanny Wadkins - 1977 PGA Championship
Tom Watson - 1977, '81 Masters, 1982 U.S. Open, 1975, '77, '80, '82, '83 British Open
Ian Woosnam - 1991 Masters
Fuzzy Zoeller - 1979 Masters, 1984 U.S. Open

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