Endicott, NY (WBNG Binghamton) He placed 27th in last weekend's PGA Championship, and has played in the last two Dick's Sporting Goods Opens, but Kenny Perry will not play at En-Joie this week.
The tournament announced Perry's withdrawal on Tuesday.
Perry led the tournament after round one last year, before he eventually finished in a tie for seventh. He's currently ranked third in the Charles Schwab Cup Standings on the Champions Tour.
Corey Pavin, D.A. Weibring and Dan Forsman also withdrew from the tournament on Tuesday.
Pavin finished in a tie for second in last year's Dick's Sporting Goods Open.
In their place, Mark McNulty, Joe Daley, Doug Garwood and Ben Bates have all now gotten spots in this week's field.