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It was the first Monday finish in Greensboro since 1983.


He was briefly tied for the lead after a bogey but rallied with three consecutive birdies late in the final round. He began his run on No. 13 when he chipped close to the hole for a tap-in birdie. He made his next birdie when he got up and down from a greenside bunker on 15 then followed that with a beautiful tee ball on the par-3 16th that left him with a two-footer for birdie. He made his final birdie on 17 and it was enough to make his bogey on the final hole irrelevant. His final-round 66 locked up his eighth TOUR victory. Runner-up Tim Clark, a South African who


played college golf at North Carolina State, tied Garcia at 15-under with a birdie on his third hole of the day, the par-4 eighth. Garcia moved to 16-under with a birdie on the par-4 11th, but he gave that stroke back with a bogey on the next hole after missing a 10-footer for par. At about the same time, Chad Campbell joined them atop the leaderboard after he made his third straight birdie on 17. But then Garcia went to work.


“It was going to be tough to catch Sergio, the way he finished,” said Clark, who moved to 54th on the FedExCup points list after not even being in the FedExCup Playoff picture a few weeks prior and was headed for The Barclays.


A VINDICATION FOR 2009 In 2009, Garcia held the lead after three rounds and had a three-stroke lead by the middle of his final round before letting it all slip away. He wound up tied for fourth place—a bitter pill to swallow.


FINAL STANDINGS PLAYER


Sergio Garcia Tim Clark


Bud Cauley


Chad Campbell Carl Pettersson Jimmy Walker


Nicolas Colsaerts Bill Haas


Jason Dufner Harris English Davis Love III Troy Matteson John Merrick


www.pgatour.com POS 1 2 3 4


1 2 3


T4 T4 T4 T7 T7 T7


T10 T10 T10 T10


67 63 66 66


63 67 67 67 66 65 71


64


66 65


71 69


68 66


62 68 68 68 66 62 67 65 68 65 68 67 66 64


67 66


67 67 63 68


67 66 66 67


69 70 69


64 68 68 68 66 69


66


TOTAL SCORE


262 264 265 266 266 266 267 267 267 268 268 268 268


FEDEXCUP POINTS


500.00 300.00 190.00 115.00 115.00 115.00


85.00 85.00 67.50 67.50 67.50 67.50


3 With his


victory, Sergio Garcia ended a streak of three straight first-


time winners at this event


(Ryan Moore, Arjun Atwal and Webb Simpson).


Tournament Record 259, Carl Pettersson, 2008


Tournament 18-Hole Record 61, Carl Pettersson, 2008; Arjun Atwal, Kevin Na, 2010; Tim Herron, 2012


GOLF CHANNEL • CBS


Ticket Information www.wyndhamchampionship.com


PGA TOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE 2013 153


“That year, I was pretty much in control and I lost it myself,” Garcia said. “The course didn’t do anything wrong to me.” ■


How Was It Won? Sergio Garcia won the Wyndham Championship with a balanced game. Here are some statistics: ■ He tied for second in Total Putts (107). ■ He tied for 12th in Driving Accuracy (41 of 56 or 73.2 percent). ■ He tied for 26th in Driving Distance (302.0). ■ He tied for 26th in Greens in Regulation (52 of 72 or 72.2 percent).


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Course Insight SEDGEFIELD COUNTRY CLUB


Sedgefield Country Club was designed by the legendary Donald Ross, who did some of his best work in North Carolina, most famously his masterpiece, Pinehurst No. 2. The course opened in 1925 and has hosted numerous amateur events, as well as the Greater Greensboro Open for over 50 years. On the subject of history, in 1965 Sedgefield was the site of Sam Snead’s final victory on the PGA TOUR, his record eighth in this tournament. The greens were changed to Champion Bermuda just four months prior to the 2012 tournament.


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