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June 9-12 FedEx St. Jude Classic


THE YEAR AHEAD 2011


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Manti Pioche Cedar City Monticello


Saint George 15


Kanab Mesquite


Bullhead City


Henderson Kingman


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Bernardino Coachella


ndido 10 e


xico ali 3


Brawley 8


Parker Blythe San Luis Casa Grande Yuma 2


Tucson 19


Nogales 160˚ 150˚ 140˚


Nogales 130˚


Caborca


c t i c O c e a n Sonora Barrow


Al a s k a Fort Yukon Fairbanks chorage Guaymas


Empalme Vicam


Ciudad Obregon Cordova Huatabampo


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500 Km 150˚


500 Miles 1 Ca n a d a Navojoa Bamocha Los Mochis Prince Rupert La Paz 19˚ 140˚ 110˚


Guasave Sinaloa


20˚ 21˚ 16 22˚ 160˚


Mana Niihau


15 Cortez Durango Farmington Arizona Flagstaff Winslow


Prescott Prescott Valley Payson


17


Glendale Scottsdale Phoenix Tempe


Florence Oro Valley 10 Sierra Vista Douglas 2 Cananea Aconchi 2 Gallup 40 New Mexico Santa Fe Rio Rancho Albuquerque Reserve 25 Clifton Silver City Deming Socorro


Carrizozo Roswell


Alamogordo


Las Cruces El Paso


Ciudad Juarez


10 Hermosillo M e x i c o


Ciudad Delicias Poipu


Kauai


Socorro 10


Juarez Nuevo Casas Grandes 45


Chihuahua


Oscar Soto Maynez El Terrero


Ciudad Delicias 158˚


45 Waialua 16 Uvalde Artesia Carlsbad Pecos Van Horn


Fort Stockton Marfa


Midland Estancia Conejos Taos


Las Vegas 40


Portales 25 Raton Clayton Mosquero


Hereford Clovis


Levelland


Hobbs Lamesa Andrews


Amarillo


Dumas Pampa


Canyon


Canon City Del Norte


Beaver


Grand Junction Moab


Denver 70


Colorado Montrose


Lakewood Aurora Castle Rock


Pueblo La Junta


Saint Francis


Colorado Springs Fountain


Oakley 70


Phillipsburg


Leoti Kansas Garden City


Springfield Liberal Woodward


Osborne Hays


Great Bend Hutchinson Dodge City Wichita


Arkansas City Ponca City


Oklahoma Enid Stillwater Edmond


Oklahoma City Lawton


44 Plainview Wichita Falls Lubbock Abilene Big Spring


San Angelo Odessa


10 Sanderson 20 Tulsa


Duncan 35


Ardmore


Gainesville Denton


Fort Worth Burleson


Stephenville Brownwood Texas Sonora


Gatesville Killeen


Round Rock Austin


Kilauea Chihuahua 159˚


157˚


Coahuila San Antonio 35


156˚ 155˚ 22˚


Honolulu Molokai 49


45 H a w a i i


Paci f ic Ocean Durango


Yerbanis 40


45 160˚ 15 159˚ 158˚Miguel Auza 105˚ 157˚ Culiacan


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100 Miles


Oahu Ciudad Camargo Sabinas Hidalgo Del Parral


LaieMelchor Muzquiz Waikane


Kalaupapa


Kaanapali Lanai


Haiku Kahoolawe


MakenaMonclova Kaupo


Maui


Gomez Palacio TorreonHawaii Kailua


Puako Hawi


30 Honokaa


Milolii 156˚


Saltillo Punaluu


Pahoa Hilo


Zacatecas 5419˚ 155˚ 57 20˚ 21˚ 57


Nuevo Leon


Eagle Pass


Piedras Negras


37 Beeville 85 Nuevo Laredo


McAllen Laredo


Monterey Las Animas Alice Waco


35 Temple Taylor


10


Norman Ada


El Dorado Winfield


Topeka Salina


29 Atchison


Saint Joseph


Olathe 35


Emporia


Kirksville Springfield Indianapolis Illinois


Hannibal


Kansas City Columbia


Jefferson City


Lebanon


Pittsburg 44


Bartlesville Miami


Bixby


Midwest City 40 Shawnee


Joplin Claremore Nixa Fayetteville Tahlequah Fort Smith


Little Rock Hot Springs


Durant Paris


Plano Dallas Corsicana Arkadelphia


Texarkana Camden 30


Rockwall Mount Pleasant


20 Kilgore Tyler


Palestine Nacogdoches


College Station


Houston


Sugar Land El Campo


Victoria Ingleside Corpus Christi Harlingen


Guadalupe San Fernando


100˚ Montemorelos


Lee Westwood emerged victorious after a dramatic playoff at TPC Southwind.


2 Brownsville Tamaulipas 95˚


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State Capitals


Cities 500,000+ Cities 100,000-499,999


arly last June proved to be a very good time to be an Englishman on the PGA TOUR. First Justin Rose broke through with


Cities 50,000-99,999 Cities 10,000-49,999 Cities 0-9,999


his first PGA TOUR victory at the 2010 Memorial Tournament presented by Morgan Stanley, then his fellow countryman Lee Westwood picked up his second TOUR win—and first since 1998—at the 2010 St. Jude Classic presented by Smith & Nephew by beating Swede Robert Karlsson on the fourth hole of a sudden-death playoff. “You try to do the right thing all the time,” said


Westwood. “It doesn’t always work for you. I’ve been in contention a lot, especially this year, and I suppose I got a break today with other people’s misfortune but made the most of it and took a chance.” Exhibit “A” in the misfortune department was Robert Garrigus, who took a three-stroke lead into the final hole and then booted it away with a triple bogey. He was eliminated on the first hole of the playoff when he made a bogey,


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which is probably understandable given his state of mind following the calamity on No. 18.


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Toll Roads and Bridges Interstate Highways U.S. Highways


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How did Westwood do it?


500 KM


Lee Westwood claimed his second PGA TOUR title by winning a four-hole playoff at the 2010 St. Jude Classic presented by Smith & Nephew:


Major Rivers Lakes


500 Miles


PROBLEMS ON NO. 18 COST GARRIGUS Garrigus, 32, had never led a TOUR event on the final day, which may help explain the goings-on at the home hole, where he drove into a lake, took a drop, hit his next shot into a stand of trees, finally reached the green, and two-putted for a 7. Things were only marginally better in the playoff, when his drive was stymied by a tree,


2010 FEDEXCUP STANDINGS RANK +/- NAME


• Westwood made four putts over 25 feet.


• He made nine putts over 15 feet.


• He got it up and down 76 percent of the time.


• Westwood tied for ninth in Greens in Regulation.


POINTS 1,541.00 1,391.00


- PHIL MICKELSON 1,386.00 - ANTHONY KIM 1,215.00


- BEN CRANE 1,200.00 PGA TOUR OFFICIAL ANNUAL 2011 125


Most Victories: Dave Hill (4)


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85˚ Port Lavaca Lufkin Beaumont Freeport Cabot 40 Pine Bluff Greenville El Dorado Yazoo City Minden Monroe


Shreveport 49


Pineville De Ridder


Baton Rouge Lafayette


10 Baytown


Pasadena Galveston


Morgan City Louisiana


Natchitoches Natchez


Canton 20


McComb


Mississippi 55


Kenner Meridian


Oxford 55


Corinth Athens Decatur Tupelo Tuscaloosa Cullman 65 Birmingham Hoover


Montgomery Selma


Jackson Alabama Brookhaven


Hattiesburg 59 Bogalusa 10 65 Enterprise Mobile


(Par 71/7,130 yards) Memphis, Tennessee


Gulfport New Orleans Houma


Golf Channel/CBS Tournament Record: 258, John Cook, 1996


Current Course Record: 61, Jay Delsing, 1993


G u l f o f M e x i c o


Tournament Course Record: 59, Al Geiberger, 1977 (Colonial Country Club)


Saint Pe Cle


TPC Southwind Pensacola Hammond Biloxi


Crestview Destin


Opelika 85


Troy Griffin 59


Dalton Clem Gai


Buford M Atla M Georgia 75 Eufaula Ozark Dothan Vald T


Columb Alb


Jonesboro


70 Charles Wildwood


Missouri Saint 65 Missouri R. Arnold Mount Vernon 55 Evansville Paducah Clarksville Memphis


Dyersburg Tennessee 40


Louisville 64


Madisonville 55 Terre Haute


Dayton


Kettering


Cincinnat Huntingto


Wincheste


Kentucky Lexingto Somerset


Glasgow W


75 Knox Maryv


Arkansas R.


Colorado R.


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Mississippi R.


Ohio R.


Rio Grande


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