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World Championship pairings

Pairings for Thursday's first round of the $5m American Express Championship:

Pairings for Thursday's first round of the $5m American Express Championship:

Rodney Pampling, Australia and Jeff Maggert, United States

Loren Roberts, United States and Joe Ozaki, Japan

Brent Geiberger, United States and Bob May, United States

David Frost, South Africa and Dennis Paulson, United States

Jarmo Sandelin, Sweden and David Toms, United States

Glen Day, United States and Stuart Appleby, Australia

Notah Begay III, United States and Mark James, England

Jarrod Moseley, Australia and John Houston, United States

Hal Sutton, United States and Jose Maria Olazabal, Spain

Steve Pate, United States and Bernhard Langer, Germany

Craig Spence, Australia and Dudley Hart, United States

Paul Lawrie, Scotland and Tiger Woods, United States

Thomas Bjorn, Denmark and Chris Perry, United States

Carlos Franco, Paraguay and Alex Cejka, Germany

Richard Kaplan, South Africa and Bob Estes, United States

Justin Leonard, United States and Miguel Angel Jimenez, Spain

Bob Tway, United States and Scott Dunlap, United States

Jeff Sluman, United States and Craig Parry, Australia

Darren Clarke, Northern Ireland and Phil Mickelson, United States

Angel Cabrera, Argentina and Brian Watts, United States

Jean Van de Velde, France and Tim Herron, United States

Duffy Waldorf, United States and Kazuhiko Hosokawa, Japan

Vijay Singh, Fiji and Sergio Garcia, Spain

Mike Weir, Canada and Fred Funk, United States

Davis Love III, United States and Colin Montgomerie

Ted Tryba, United States and Robert Karlsson, Sweden

Lee Westwood, England and Nick Price, Zimbabwe

Jim Furyk, United States and Retief Goosen, South Africa

Padraig Harrington, Ireland and Stewart Cink, United States

Tom Lehman, United States and Steve Elkington, Australia

Scott Hoch, United States and Ernie Els, South Africa

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