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Hill, Muirfield Village and Congressional— just like in 2012. Clearly those courses suit his game, which calls to mind a quote from Raymond Floyd when, in 2000, he was asked if he thought the site of that year’s British Open—the Old Course at St. Andrews—suited Woods’ game.


“What course doesn’t suit that young man’s game?” Floyd replied. ■


CHARITY LINK


The AT&T National continues to positvely impact the community through its charitable endeavors. In addition to honoring the brave men and women serving in the U.S. military, the tournament benefits the college-access programs of the Tiger Woods Foundation and local youth organizations. At the Tiger Woods Foundation, we believe every child deserves a shot at college. Designed to break through a culture of low expectations, our college-access programs reach underserved youth in all stages of academic life. For scholars in grades 5-12, the Tiger Woods Learning Centers provide hands-on experiences in science, technology, engineering and math coupled with college preparation workshops to create a unique environment focused on college and careers. The Earl Woods Scholarship Program is an unparalleled network providing admissions counseling, college scholarships, dedicated mentors, specialized internships and vital workshops. Please visit tigerwoodsfoundation.org.


FINAL STANDINGS PLAYER


Tiger Woods Bo Van Pelt Adam Scott


Robert Garrigus Billy Hurley III Seung-Yul Noh Jhonattan Vegas Jason Day


Hunter Mahan Nick Watney


Brendon de Jonge Brian Harman Martin Laird


John Mallinger Graham DeLaet Brandt Jobe


POS 1 2 3 4


1 2 3


T4 T4 T4 T4 T8 T8 10


T11 T11 T11 T11 T9 T9


72 68 67 73 75 70


67 67


69 73 70 68 71


70


69 72 70 70


65 72


67 67 70 73 66 69 68


69 71 67 70 72 73 71


70 70 73 73 69


68 69 69 72 73 72 70


69 72


69 70 76 69


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71 73 68 68 67


TOTAL SCORE


71 77 67 69 73 71 66


276 278 279 280 280 280 280 281 281 282 283 283 283 283 278 278


FEDEXCUP POINTS


500.00 300.00 190.00 108.75 108.75 108.75 108.75 82.50 82.50 75.00 63.00 63.00 63.00 63.00 37.50 37.50


74


With his victory,


Tiger Woods surpassed


Jack Nicklaus and became the second-


ranked player on the PGA TOUR’s


career victory list. Only Sam Snead, with 82, has more.


Course Insight


CONGRESSIONAL COUNTRY CLUB


How Was It Won? Tiger Woods won the AT&T National with a remarkable display of consistency. Here are some numbers:


■ He tied for ninth in Putts Per Round (28.0). ■ He tied for 17th in Greens in Regulation, hitting 8 of 72 (66.7 percent).


■ He ranked 34th in Driving Distance (298.6 yards). ■ He tied for 46th in Driving Accuracy, hitting 30 of 56 fairways (53.6 percent).


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Few courses in the United States can match Congressional Country Club’s history of hosting major championships. In one of the most dramatic final-day performances in U.S. Open history, Ken Venturi won the 1964 U.S. Open here. Ernie Els edged Scotland’s Colin Montgomerie at Congressional in 1997 for his second U.S. Open victory and Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy won the U.S. Open in 2011 with a record-setting performance. In addition, Dave Stockton won his second PGA Championship here in 1976, and in 1995 Tom Weiskopf beat Jack Nicklaus by four strokes in the U.S. Senior Open. In preparation for the 2011 U.S. Open, architect Rees Jones made several changes to the course. He added 355 yards for a total length of 7,568 yards. Holes 6 and 16 became reachable par 5s. The former 18th hole was substantially changed and played as the 10th hole while the former 17th—a demanding, downhill par 4—has been transformed into a great finishing hole.


Tournament Record 267, Tiger Woods, 2009; Nick Watney, 2011


Tournament 18-Hole Record 62, Anthony Kim, Hunter Mahan, 2009, Congressional; Nick Watney, 2011, Aronimink


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