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The Barclays is steeped in tradition, excellence and world-class competition. But in the end, it will also be about


more than just golf. The Barclays makes a


difference in thousands of lives by providing financial support to several non-profit organizations such as The First Tee of Metropolitan New York. The First Tee of Metropolitan New York understands that as a neighbor in the community it must develop strong relationships and utilize the products and services available in those communities. It is the tournament’s desire to work with local organizations and community groups to strengthen its position in the community.


How Was It Won? Dustin Johnson has plenty of power which he


combines with a sublime short game.


■ He was tied for 44th in Fairways Hit (25/42— 59.5%).


■ He tied for eighth in Putts per Round (28.0). ■ He was 18th in Strokes Gained-Putting (2.472 for the week).


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RANK 1 2 3 4 5


FEDEXCUP STANDINGS PLAYER


Dustin Johnson Matt Kuchar Nick Watney


Webb Simpson Luke Donald


POINTS 3,691 2,907 2,256 2,211 2,108


PLAYER


FINAL STANDINGS ROUNDS


POS 1


Dustin Johnson Matt Kuchar Vijay Singh


Brandt Snedeker Jonathan Byrd Brian Davis Justin Rose


Camilo Villegas Y.E. Yang


Charley Hoffman Webb Simpson Nick Watney


1 2


T3 T3


5


T6 T6 T6 T6


2


66 63 63 65 65 64 70 66


65 66 69 66 67 65 68 66 70 66


T10 66 66 T10 T10


180 PGA TOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE 2012


71 66 67 69


3


65 68 68 61


67 64 67 65 68 68 63 64


Victories: Vijay Singh (4)


Most


Course Insight


Bethpage State Park (Black Course)


TOTAL SCORE


194 196 197 197


198 199 199 199 199 200 200 200


OFFICIAL MONEY $1,440,000


$864,000 $464,000 $464,000


$320,000 $259,000 $259,000 $259,000 $259,000 $200,000 $200,000 $200,000


FEDEXCUP POINTS


2,500.00 1,500.00 875.00 875.00


550.00 443.75 443.75 443.75 443.75 350.00 350.00 350.00


Bethpage Black is an A.W. Tillinghast masterpiece that is the centerpiece of the four-course public facility at Bethpage State Park on Long Island. Tillinghast, one of the game’s greatest architects, also designed such esteemed area courses as the Upper and Lower Courses at Baltusrol and the East and West Courses at Winged Foot, just to drop a few names. In the 1930s, the Bethpage Park Authority purchased the existing Lenox Hills Country Club and commissioned Tillinghast to modify the course, which became known as the Green Course, as well as create the Black, Red and Blue Courses. Metropolitan area golfers had long known just how great and beautiful the Black Course was, but the world was introduced to its considerable virtues in 2002 when Tiger Woods out-dueled Phil Mickelson to win the U.S. Open by three strokes. Seven years later the Open returned to Bethpage and Lucas Glover beat Ricky Barnes, David Duval and Mickelson to win his first major championship. The PGA TOUR, Barclays and the New York


State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation reached an agreement in 2011 to take The Barclays to Bethpage State Park’s Black Course in 2012 and again in 2016.


The Barclays Record 261, Bob Gilder, 1982 (Westchester CC)


Tournament 18-Hole Record 61, Brandt Snedeker, 2011 (Plainfield CC)


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