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Perry, Pavin among late withdrawals from DSGO

Tournament play for the 2014 Dick's Sporting Goods Open begins Friday and the final players qualified Monday at the Links at Hiawatha, but even on Tuesday the field is changing.  Kenny Perry, Corey Pavin, Dan Forsman, and D.A. Weibring have all withdrawn from the tournament.  Mark McNulty (Forsman), Joe Daley (Perry), Doug Garwood (Weibring), and Ben Bates (Pavin) have all entered the field as replacement alternates. 

Despite losing big names like Perry and Pavin, Tournament Director John Karedes says that this year's event still boasts one of the best fields on tour.

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