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July 7-10 John Deere Classic


THE YEAR AHEAD 2011


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Superior Cloud


Rhinelander Hayward


Saint Paul Eagan ster


Winona 90 bert Lea


Mason City erloo


Rapids Iowa


owa City


Wisconsin Merrill 94 Eau Claire


Oshkosh Appleton


La Crosse Madison


Janesville Rockford


Clinton 88 Davenport Peoria Macomb


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son City


non 70 Springfield


CharlesSaint Louis Louisville Missouri R.


Saint Arnold Farmington


Springfield Nixa


Poplar Bluff


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Arkansas Greenville El Dorado


Minden Monroe reveport


Natchitoches Natchez


ineville De Ridder


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Morgan City Louisiana


Houma 40 Kennett 55


Jackson Sikeston


Paducah


Clarksville Union City


Dyersburg Jackson 40 Corinth


TPC Deere Run Memphis Athens


Columbia Pine Bluff


(Par 71/7,193 yards) Silvis, Illinois


Oxford 55


Grenada Yazoo City Tupelo Indianola Tuscaloosa


Current Course record: 59, Paul Goydos, 2010


Canton 20


Meridian McComb


Mississippi 55


Other Course record: 61, Mike Smith, 1987 (Oakwood Country Club); Hammond Biloxi


Jackson Alabama Brookhaven


Hattiesburg 59 Bogalusa 10 65 Enterprise Mobile Gulfport New Orleans


Crestview Destin


Pensacola Decatur Effingham Mount Vernon 64 Bloomington Indianapolis Illinois 55 Terre Haute 65 55 Gary


Marquette Escanaba


Sault Ste. Marie Newberry


Lake Michigan Marinette


Green Bay 43


Beaver Dam


Manitowoc Sheboygan


Racine Silvis


75


Cheboygan Alpena


Harrisville


Traverse City Cadillac


Milwaukee Ionia 96


Michigan Saginaw


Lake Huron


Bay City Flint


90 Toledo Kankakee Wabash Dayton


Muncie Ohio Columbus 70


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Cincinnati Washington D.C. Charleston


Kettering Madisonville Hopkinsville Middlesborough


Nashville Tennessee


Cullman 65 Birmingham


Huntsville 59


Golf Channel/CBS Tournament Record: 258, Steve Stricker, 2010 (TPC Deere Run)


Oxford Leeds


Hoover


Montgomery Selma


Opelika 85


Troy Murfreesboro


OwensboroCampbellsville Glasgow


Kentucky Lexington Somerset


Frankfort West Virginia Beckley


Huntington Winchester Berea


Bluefield 81


75 Knoxville Maryville


Lawrenceburg Chattanooga


Dalton Clemson 85 Gainesville


Buford Marietta Griffin Atlanta Georgia Eufaula Ozark Dothan 75


Columbus Albany


Valdosta 77 64 79 Harrisonburg


Lynchburg Salem


Martinsville


Winston-Salem Greensboro High Point Cary


Eden


Gastonia Asheville


Athens Monroe 20


Macon Vidalia


Moultrie


Steve Stricker on his way to winning the John Deere Classic.


Tallahassee Saint Augustine Palatka


Kingsland 10


Orlando Kissimmee


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Saint Petersburg Clearwater Tampa


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


How did Stricker do it?


Steve Stricker successfully defended his title at the John Deere Classic with a great display on the greens:


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• He led the field in Putting, at 1.534.


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• Stricker made 59 of 63 putts inside 10 feet.


• He made seven of 14 putts between 10 and 15 feet.


Major Rivers Lakes


500 KM


• His average approach- shot distance was 24 feet, 10 inches, which was second-best in the field.


500 Miles


Ticket information www.johndeereclassic.com


Venice Bradenton Coral Springs


North Port 75


Homestead Key West


“would you rather have money in the bank or not?” End of discussion. Still, Steve Stricker knows just how difficult it can be


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to protect a lead—even a big lead—on Sunday. Witness last year’s John Deere Classic. With 17 holes left to play, Stricker led by seven strokes. After 13 holes, his lead was down to two and it’s safe to say all sorts of evil gremlins were dancing through his swing thoughts—especially since earlier in the year at the Northern Trust Open he held a six-stroke lead on Sunday and hung on for a two- stroke win. Happily, he managed to stay calm, closed with a one-under par 70, and beat Paul Goydos—who shot


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Titusville Edgewater


Bartow 77


Charlotte Monroe


Spartanburg Greenville 95 40 Petersburg Roanoke Danville Lancaster


Elliot Lake 69 Parry Sound Midland


Hamilton Toronto


Barrie


Lansing Chatham Detroit Windsor


Port Huron


Fort Wayne Lima


Elyria


Guelph Simcoe


86 90


Cleveland 76


Akron MarionPittsburgh 70


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Pembroke


Huntsville Bracebridge


Orillia Ottawa Belleville


Oshawa Kingston


Niagara Falls


Dunkirk Erie Buffalo Jamestown Youngstown 76 Fairmont Morgantown 68 Cornwall


Ogdensburg Brockville


81


Lake Ontario Oswego 90


Rochester Ithaca


Corning Meadville Williamsport


Plattsburgh Burlington Watertown


Montpelier NewYork


87 Syracuse Glens Falls 89 91 91


Granby Vermont


Newport


Berlin Waterville


Woodsville Saco Binghamton Meriden Pennsylvania 80


Harrisburg Greensburg


Allentown 81


Lansdale 76


Baltimore


81 Wilmington 95


88 Springfield Hartford


78 95


Lowell Franklin


90 84


95


Belfast


Albany Boston Concord


Brockton Haverhill Portland


Dover


Scranton Stamford New Haven Newark


Connecticut Patchogue


Annapolis Dover


Fredericksburg


Virginia Richmond 64


Charlottesville Williamsburg


85 Norfolk 95


Henderson Greenville Raleigh Columbia


Aiken Orangeburg Augusta


Dublin Statesboro 16


Hinesville Douglas


Savannah 95 Brunswick Jacksonville


Gainesville Florida Daytona Beach Deltona


Melbourne 95 Sebastian


Port Saint Lucie Boca Raton


Grand Bahama West Palm Beach Abaco John Deere Classic


Naples Hialeah Fort Lauderdale Miami


Andros Great Exuma Long Island


writer once asked Ben Hogan if he preferred having a lead going into a final round. Incredulous, Hogan fixed his icy blues on the writer and asked,


a 59 in the first round—by two strokes to successfully defend his title. “It’s a position you want to be in, with a big lead, but


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you know you have everything to lose,” said Stricker. “This is the exactly the same way I felt at Northern Trust.


2010 FEDEXCUP STANDINGS RANK +/- NAME


1 2 3


4 5


- ERNIE ELS


POINTS 1,751.00


+12 STEVE STRICKER 1,561.00 -1 JUSTIN ROSE


-1 PHIL MICKELSON 1,521.00 -1 JIM FURYK


1,479.00 www.pgatour.com 1,542.00 Eleuthera New Providence Nassau


Bahama Islands


Cat Island San Salvador Rum Cay 25˚ 30˚ North Carolina Havelock


Lumberton Jacksonville Wilmington


Myrtle Beach South Carolina


North Charleston Charleston


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A t l a n t i c O c e a n


Virginia Beach Elizabeth City


35˚ Philadelphia Trenton


Maryland Delaware


New York New Jersey


Rhode Island


Ellsworth Augusta New Hampshire Massachusetts Providence 40˚


Lake Erie


Mississippi R.


Mississippi R.


Ohio R.


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