Eight Former Tigers in PGA Tour Events this Weekend

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Clemson, SC-Eight former Clemson golfers will compete in the two PGA
Tour events scheduled this weekend. Lucas Glover, Danny Ellis, D.J.
Trahan and John Engler will compete in the PGA Tour's Zurich Classic of New Orleans, while Brent Delahoussaye, Matt Hendrix, Kevin Johnson and Elliot Gealy will be in the field at the Nationwide Tour's BMW Charity Pro Am at the Cliffs in nearby Greenville, SC.

Glover is currently the highest ranked former Tiger on the PGA Tour in terms of his #22 ranking on the latest money list. He was an All-American at Clemson twice over his four year career (1997-01). John Engler, a classmate of Glover during that 1997-01 time period will also be in the field in New Orleans. D.J. Trahan the national player of the year at Clemson in 2002, and leader of Clemson's 2003 National Championship team, will also take part.
Ellis was the ACC Golf Champion in 1992 as a junior and was a three-time All-American between 1989-93.

Kevin Johnson is the veteran of the group of Tigers in the
BMW Charity Pro Am at he Cliffs. Johnson was the ACC Champion in
1988 and also won the 1987 Public Links Championship. Matt Hendrix, also a member of Clemson's National Championship team in 2003 and a two-time All-America at Clemson, will be in the Nationwide Tour event
at Greenville this weekend. Brent Delahoussaye, a senior and
All-ACC player on Clemson's 2005 team, and Elliot Gealy, a member of four top 20 teams at Clemson between 1995-99, also will compete.

Tee Times on April 27 of Tigers on Tour this Weekend

PGA Tour at English Turn Golf and Country Club in New Orleans, LA

Player	        Start	Time
Lucas Glover	#10	7:51 AM
Danny Ellis	#10	8:54 AM
D.J. Trahan	#1	12:09 PM
John Engler	#10	9:03 AM

Nationwide Tour at 3 Courses in Greenville, SC

Player	                Start	                Time
Brent Delahoussaye	#1 at Cliffs Valley	10:40 AM
Matt Hendrix	        #10 at Cliffs Valley	9:20 AM
Kevin Johnson	        #1 at Cliffs Valley	10:20 AM
Elliot Gealy	        #1  Walnut Grove	9:10 AM

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