Here’s the star-studded field for this week’s 8AM Golf Invitational

Justin Timberlake, Travis Kelce, Kathryn Newton, Kira Dixon and Julius Erving are all in the field for this year's 8 AM Invitational.

This year's 8AM Golf Invitational is here and the field of celebrities is stacked.

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This year’s 8AM Golf Invitational has arrived — and the field of celebrities is stacked. The field features 28 celebrities from football players — like Super Bowl-winning tight end Travis Kelce — to movie stars and singers like Justin Timberlake and everything in between.

The format will see the field split into two 14-player teams: Team Wynn and Team Encore.

From there, pairings will be made within the team for a two-player scramble and each pair will play four nine-hole matches over the course of Friday and Saturday at the Wynn in Las Vegas.

Three points is the maximum amount a pair can win in each nine-hole match. Should there be any holes remaining, “fight-back half-points” will be in play. A half point can only be awarded to the pairing that had lost the match, and they can gain a half point per hole won of the remaining holes.

The two highest-scoring pairs from each team will then face off in a sudden-death shootout for the title, with the format switching to alternate shot.

You can see the full list of celebs in the field below. Each golfer is playing for their charity of choice, and the event is sponsored by Greyson, Dewar’s, Cabot and CDW.

8AM Invitational field

Chace Crawford
Michael Phelps
CC Sabathia
Jimmy Rollins
Shane Victorino
Courtney Lee
Michelle Wie
Kira Dixon
JJ Watt
Colt McCoy
Matt Stafford
Michael Strahan
Justin Timberlake
Jimmy Fallon
Erin Lim
Eric Koston
Brock Osweiler
Jason Kennedy
Caroline Wozniacki
David Lee
Kathryn Newton
Michael Peña
Travis Kelce
Chandler Parsons
Sean Malto
JR Smith
Julius Erving
Nate Bargatze

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