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All proceeds from the BMW Championship support the Evans Scholars Foundation, which administers one of the nation’s largest privately funded college scholarship programs, providing full tuition and housing grants to deserving caddies.


Tiger Woods (5)


Victories:


“To win my third tournament feels like I’m sort of moving in the right direction, and to move to third on the FedExCup list and give myself control of my own destiny next week in Atlanta is something I didn’t foresee at the beginning part of the week, so just an


amazing outcome this week.” – Justin Rose


solid and consistent Furyk made four straight bogeys on the front side and two more on the back. A birdie at 17 wasn’t enough to save him and he finished 36th. “I’m disappointed,” said Furyk, who was also the winner of the Jack Nicklaus Trophy as the TOUR’s 2010 Player of the Year. “It’s a disappointing year to start so far back, 60th coming into the Playoffs, I felt like I caught some momentum at the end of the year, but playing the last round and playing poorly leaves a sour taste. I got off to a bad start today and by the time I got things calmed down, it was a little late.” Perhaps a disappointed Martin Laird


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summed it up best after failing to even come close to making the field in Atlanta. “There are stories everywhere this week,” said Laird. “It just makes for a great week and an exciting week—that’s what the Playoffs are all about.”


DID YOU KNOW? Beginning as the ninth and final alternate into the field at BMW Championship course Crooked Stick, John Daly won the 1991 PGA Championship. He shot an opening 69 without the benefit of a practice round and added rounds of 67-69-71 for a three-stroke victory over Bruce Lietzke on the way to being named PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year. Daly wooed the crowds with his 300-yards-


With his victory, England’s Justin Rose became the


first European winner of this event since England’s Harry


Cooper won in 1934.


plus drives, his enthusiasm on the course and his down-home Arkansas personality. Plus, his story of driving all night from his home in Memphis to make the first round just as Nick Price pulled out was of fairytale proportions. Jeff “Squeaky” Medlen, normally Price’s caddie, picked up Daly’s bag and encouraged him “to just kill


Most


Since the first two Scholars enrolled at Northwestern University in 1930, more than 10,000 young men and women have graduated from the program. In 2011-12, 825 Scholars were enrolled. Their tuition and housing grants are renewable for up to four years, representing an average value of $70,000. The Foundation owns and maintains Evans Scholars Chapter Houses at 14 universities, and Scholars are also enrolled in six other schools. While the program is national in scope, its focus is principally in the Midwest.


it”


before every tee shot. “The first two or three drives (Daly) hit, I wasn’t able to see,”


Lietzke said, “because the ball came off the club face faster than I was used to.”


THE KEY HOLE Pete and Alice Dye designed Crooked Stick to


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