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test a player’s “poise, courage and intelligence,” and the sixth hole is a perfect example of this. It is a demanding par 3 at just more than 200 yards with a pond guarding the right side of the green. The hole is made even more famous by the red covered bridge that carries golfers from the sixth green to the seventh hole. A sign on the Hadley Bridge at the sixth green reads, “Cross this bridge at a walk.” ■


How Was It Won?


Justin Rose relied on accuracy to win the BMW Championship.


■ He tied for fourth in Driving Accuracy (42/56-75.0%).


■ He tied for third in Greens in Regulation (51/72-70.8%).


■ He tied for 16th in Putts Per Round (27.8). ■ He was fifth in Strokes Gained–Putting (1.802 per round).


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Crooked Stick Golf Club


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FEDEXCUP STANDINGS PLAYER


Webb Simpson Dustin Johnson Justin Rose Luke Donald Matt Kuchar


POINTS 5,261 3,841 3,748 3,625 3,349


John Senden PLAYER


FINAL STANDINGS POS


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Justin Rose John Senden Geoff Ogilvy Luke Donald


Webb Simpson Jason Dufner Camilo Villegas Chez Reavie Brandt Jobe K.J. Choi


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T6 T6 8 9


T10 T10


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ROUNDS 2


63 68 69 68 66 70 69 68 68 75 66 67 65 68 73 71 68 71 68 73 71 69 70


70


75 64 69 67 71


73 71 66 73 4


71 69 69 68 71 68 66 70 72 70 71


TOTAL SCORE


271 273 274 276 277 278 278 279 280 281 281


OFFICIAL MONEY $1,440,000


$864,000 $544,000 $384,000 $320,000 $278,000 $278,000 $248,000 $232,000 $208,000 $208,000


FEDEXCUP POINTS


2,500.00 1,500.00 1,000.00 750.00 550.00 475.00 475.00 425.00 400.00 362.50 362.50


Pete Dye and his wife Alice designed Crooked Stick Golf Club, which opened in 1964 in their hometown of Carmel, IN. Their design was based upon their pilgrimage to Scotland to study the game’s classic tests. It is generally considered their first great design collaboration. He once famously said that “if he thought more about it he couldn’t make it any better but would probably make it worse.” It routinely makes the lists of top courses in America’s leading golf publications and has a championship history to prove it, having hosted the 1982 U.S. Junior Championship, 1989 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, 1991 PGA Championship, 1993 U.S. Women’s Open, 2005 Solheim Cup, 2007 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship and the 2009 U.S. Senior Open. Russ Cochran and Loren Roberts shot course- record 64s in the Senior Open.


Tournament Record 262, Tiger Woods, 2007


Tournament 18-Hole Record 62, Jim Furyk, 2008 (Bellerive CC); Tiger Woods, 2009 (Cog Hill)


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