For the second consecutive year, the Zurich Classic will be contested as a two-man team event. Like most PGA Tour events, the field is based on a player's standing in the Priority Rankings. But in Zurich's case, the top 80 eligible players who opt to compete will be allowed to choose their partner.
And if anyone is looking for a teammate, David Hearn is very interested.
Hello PGA Tour friends. I am hoping to find a partner for the Zurich Classic. I do need to be invited this season because of my 2017 fedex cup standing. Anyway, my record for the past 5 seasons in New Orleans is T22, T20, T6, T34 and T21. Pls let me know if anyone is interested!!— David Hearn (@HearnDavid) March 26, 2018
Hearn finished 128th in FedExCup points last year and has conditional status this season, in which he's made four of eight cuts. But, as he points out, NOLA is right up his alley. He and fellow Canadian Graham DeLaet teammed to finish T-22 last year.