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Olazabal & O'Meara enter for International

Two Masters champions are among the latest players to enter The International golf tournament Aug. 3-6.

Jose Maria Olazabal, who owns two green jackets and who won the 1991 International, and 1998 Masters winner Mark O'Meara entered next week's challenge at Castle Pines Golf Club. Gary Nicklaus and Tom Byrum also entered.

``The field continues to shape up nicely,'' International executive director Larry Thiel said Tuesday. ``And we're not done yet.''

This will be Olazabal's eighth International appearance. O'Meara, who tied for 13th last year, will appear for the ninth time. This is Nicklaus' rookie year on the PGA Tour. Byrum has played in eight Internationals, though he has never made it to the finals.

 

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