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How Was It Won? Tiger Woods won the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance with a display of power and accuracy. Here are some numbers: ■ He was first in Scoring Average (68.04). ■ He tied for first in Greens in Regulation (73.61 percent). ■ He ranked first in Ball Striking. ■ He tied for second in the All-Around ranking.


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The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance continues the PGA TOUR’s philanthropic focus through its relationships with several Central Ohio charities. The most significant is a long-standing relationship with primary benefactor, Nationwide Children’s Hospital through an alliance with the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation. Contributions generated through the support of more than 2,600 volunteers are distributed each year to benefit the Memorial Tournament Neonatal Instensive Care Unit and the hospital’s unrestricted- giving fund that assists in ensuring Central Ohio continues to have one of the best children’s hospitals in the United States. Throughout the years, the Memorial Tournament has concentrated on giving back to the community, and this mission will continue throughout the tournament’s existence. The Memorial Tournament also honors America’s heroes by offering complimentary admission to active-duty military personnel and their families (with valid identification) during Military Appreciation Day.


FINAL STANDINGS PLAYER Tiger Woods


Andres Romero Rory Sabbatini Spencer Levin


Daniel Summerhays Jonathan Byrd Matt Every Justin Rose


Aaron Baddeley Ryo Ishikawa Greg Owen


www.pgatour.com POS 1 2 3 4 1


T2 T2 T4 T4 T6 T6 8


T9 T9 T9


70 69 73


69 73 72 69 69 67 72 69 71 71


70


69 75 73 72


70 71


71 69 74 72 71 71


71 76


67 67 72 75 69 71 69 69


69 72 73 72 72 72


73 67


TOTAL SCORE


279 281 281 283 283 284 284 285 286 286 286


FEDEXCUP POINTS


500.00 245.00 245.00 122.50 122.50 95.00 95.00 85.00 75.00


75.00 73 With his


victory, Tiger Woods tied


Jack Nicklaus with 73


PGA TOUR


victories. Only Sam Snead,


with 82 wins, has more.


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the moment and in the heat of contention is where he really shines.”


WOODS TOOK THE SHOT IN STRIDE “I pulled it off, and for it to land as soft as it did was kind of a surprise because it was baked out and it was also downhill and running away from me,” said Woods, who birdied three of his final four holes. “It just fell in. I didn’t think it was going to get there at one point. It was kind of like 16 at Augusta in 2005. I thought I was going to leave it short and then it fell in.” For Woods, the victory was an affirmation of sorts that his often-discussed swing changes were paying off.


“The swing changes finally felt comfortable, basically,” Woods said. “As soon as they felt comfortable, I was good to go. I’ll just keep going, keep working on it. This is a process, and I’m just trying to get better.” ■


Course Insight


MUIRFIELD VILLAGE GOLF CLUB


Jack Nicklaus has designed hundreds of courses, but Muirfield Village is obviously special to the Golden Bear. For starters, he built it in his hometown and it


is a way of paying homage to Augusta National and the Masters Tournament. For good measure, he named it after the Muirfield Golf Club in Scotland, the site of his first British Open victory in 1966.


Nicklaus has made numerous changes


and revisions over the years—changes and improvements that consistently garner praise and cherished positions in the various golf course rankings. The result is that it will host The Presidents Cup in 2013, making it the first course to host that competition, as well as the Ryder Cup and the LPGA’s Solheim Cup.


Tournament Record 268, Tom Lehman, 1994


Tournament 18-Hole Record 61, John Huston, 1996


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