Mahan, Williamson Join John Deere Field
By Birdies For Charity | June 26 2007
Hunter Mahan and Jay Williamson, who engaged in a cross-generational sudden death playoff last Sunday in Hartford, will compete in this year's John Deere Classic, July 12-15, at the Tournament Players Club Deere Run in Silvis, Ill. Australia's John Senden is defending champion.Mahan, 25, who won the...
Michelle Wie withdraws from 2007 John Deere Classic
By Birdies For Charity | June 19 2007
Compelling Blend of Veterans, Youngsters Commit to Play in 2007 John Deere Classic
By Birdies For Charity | June 07 2007
Reigning Masters champion Zach Johnson no doubt will be the focal point of the 2007 JDC. But while the Cedar Rapids, IA native will be feeling the love, the tournament won't by any means be a 1-man show.A new group of distinguished PGA Tour vets and aspiring young pros have committed to compete in...
Wie to play in 2007 John Deere Classic
By Birdies For Charity | May 22 2007
Michelle Wie will compete against the men in this year's John Deere Classic, July 9-15, at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill., tournament officials announced today.It will be the third straight appearance at the John Deere for the 17-year-old Hawaiian, who missed the cut by two strokes in 2005 and...
John Deere Classic Board Congratulates Zach Johnson on AT&T Classic Victory
By Birdies For Charity | May 21 2007
The JDC board of directors today congratulated fellow board member Zach Johnson on his victory Sun. in The AT&T Classic at the TPC Sugarloaf outside Atlanta.The 31-year-old Cedar Rapids native birdied the 1st hole of a sudden death playoff to defeat Ryuji Imada, who had forced the playoff with...
Senden to Defend at 2007 John Deere Classic
By Birdies For Charity | May 15 2007
Australia's John Senden, who earned his 1st PGA Tour victory at last year's John Deere Classic, will defend his title this year July 12-15 at the TPC Deere Run in Silvis, IL."The John Deere Classic, obviously, is a special tournament to me and I am looking forward to returning to the Quad Cities and...
John Deere Classic Announces Three Sponsor Exemptions for 2007 Tourney
By Birdies For Charity | May 01 2007
The John Deere Classic today announced it has granted sponsor exemptions to 3 of the nation's top young amateurs.
MooreFrancisSchnell Oklahoma State's Jonathan Moore, who won the 2006 NCAA Championship as a freshman; Nebraska senior Brady Schnell, a Quad Cities resident and 2006 champion of...
John Deere Classic Congratulates Zach Johnson on Masters Victory
By Birdies For Charity | April 08 2007
Zach JohnsonThe John Deere Classic board of directors Sunday congratulated fellow board member Zach Johnson on his victory in The Masters Tournament.The win was Johnson's first major championship victory and his second win since joining the PGA Tour fulltime in 2004. It was his third time...
$3 Million for Participating Charities in 2007
By Birdies For Charity | April 02 2007
The John Deere Classic Birdies for Charity (BFC) program will attempt to raise $3 million on behalf of its participating charities in 2007, program leaders announced today."Our goal for 2007 is for the BFC program to raise $3 million for our 500 participating charities," said Kristy Ketcham,...
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