Kevin Na Looking for a Double Win in Vegas
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Oct 3, 2012 5:35 PM ET
The PGA TOUR Fall Series kicks off in Las Vegas for this week’s Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at the TPC Summerlin. Kevin Na returns to Sin City to defend his title and bring home a win for the second year in a row. Na tees off Thursday on hole No. 1 at 12:13PM PST alongside Jason Day and 2012 U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III.
As Na looks to maintain his winning way, other players are hoping for a little luck in Vegas, a little luck with the wind and their tee time that is. The wind usually picks up in the afternoon, but can also show its face in the morning leaving a big disparity between morning and late tee times. The winds can be as unpredictable as your luck at the casinos.
Other notable tee times include; Nick Watney teeing off with Charley Hoffman and Ryan Moore at 7:28AM PST from hole No. 10 and Brendan Steele is paired with Stuart Appleby and Justin Leonard and they tee off at 7:47AM PST from hole No. 1.
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