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Charity Link


In 2011 the tournament raised $1 million for charity. Total charity contributions since inception are $4 million.The tournament’s main benefiting charity is The American Institute of Mathematics (AIM), a Palo Alto, CA-based organization whose chief goal is to expand the frontiers of mathematical knowledge by funding focused research projects, conferences and the development of an online mathematics library. Other beneficiaries include The First Tee of San Jose, various adoption services, as well as several other local charities.


Course Insight


How Was It Won? A look at the statistics through the


Frys.com Open shows that Bryce Molder relies on accuracy and putting for his success.


■ While he ranked 160th in Driving Distance with an average of 282.4 yards, he was 36th in Driving Accuracy, hitting 65.82 percent of the fairways.


■ He ranked fourth in Strokes Gained- Putting (.728).


■ He was 15th in Sand Saves (56.38). Powered by


CordeValle Golf Club


CordeValle was designed by architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr., one of the two sons of legendary architect Robert Trent Jones. Jones routed the course through a valley and made good use of the elevation changes, some of which are as much as 150 yards. Jones also incorporated meadows and streams, as well as beautiful stands


of sycamores and oaks. Like many


Jones’ designs, it is well known for its artistic bunkering that is as beautiful as it is strategically challenging. “The location had so many great possibilities


PLAYER


FINAL STANDINGS POS


1


Bryce Molder Briny Baird Bud Cauley


Shane Bertsch Ernie Els


John Rollins Paul Casey


Adam Hadwin David Hearn Billy Horschel Spencer Levin Matt McQuillan Brendan Steele Josh Teater


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1 2 3


T4 T4 6


T7 T7 T7 T7 T7 T7 T7 T7


3


ROUNDS 2


71 67 65 67 69 64 69 66 68 70 68 68 69 66 67 69 70 65 70 64 68 71 68 64 71 68 69 72 68 68 71 67 69 70 68 68 67 71 68 71 68 66


4


64 67 66 64 68 67 71 70 65 65 66 67 67 68


TOTAL SCORE


267 267 269 270 270 271 273 273 273 273 273 273 273 273


OFFICIAL MONEY $900,000


$540,000 $340,000 $220,000 $220,000 $180,000 $130,312 $130,312 $130,312 $130,312 $130,312 $130,312 $130,312 $130,312


that it was difficult to decide which to choose,” said Jones. “CordeValle is one of those pure-core golf experiences.”


Tournament Record 262, Cameron Beckman, 2008; Kevin Sutherland, 2008; Troy Matteson, 2009; Jamie Lovemark, 2009; Rickie Fowler, 2009


Tournament 18-Hole Record 61, Mark Hensby, 2007; Troy Matteson, 2009


GOLF CHANNEL


Ticket Information www.frysopengolf.com PGA TOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE 2012 205


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