Eight big-name PGA Tour golfers are set to participate in the 2012 Tyco Golf Skills Challenge on Monday at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Fla.
Dustin Johnson and Keegan Bradley, members of the 2012 United States Ryder Cup team, will be paired together in the competition among four two-man teams. They'll oppose European Ryder Cup teammates Justin Rose and Peter Hanson, PGA Tour veterans Mark O'Meara and Nick Price, and the tandem of Zach Johnson and Kyle Stanley.
Johnson won the event last year, along with former partner Jerry Kelly. The duo of O'Meara and Price took home the title in 2010. This year's event, which marks the 21st annual installment, features a purse of $800,000.
The 2012 Tyco Golf Skills Challenge will not be aired live. Instead, it will be tape-delayed with an air date set for Dec. 29 and 30 on NBC Sports. Players will be equipped with microphones throughout the event to enhance the TV experience.