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CHARITY LINK


The Barclays is steeped in tradition, excellence and world-class competition. But in the end, it will also be about more than just golf. The Barclays makes a difference in thousands of lives by providing financial support to several non-profit organizations such as The First Tee of Metropolitan New York. The First Tee of Metropolitan New York understands that as a neighbor in the community we must develop strong relationships and utilize the products and services available in those communities. It is the tournament’s desire to work with local organizations and community groups to strengthen its position in the community. The Barclays will also build employment opportunities with the community.


How Was It Won? A look at Nick Watney’s statistics through The Barclays reflects a good, solid game. Here are some numbers: ■ He was 28th in the All-Around category. ■ He was 46th in Driving Distance (295.3 yards). ■ He was 58th in Greens in Regulation (65.74 percent).


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Of Nick Watney’s five PGA TOUR victories, three have been in come-from-behind fashion. He entered the final round on Sunday trailing Sergio Garcia by two strokes. He overcame a five-shot deficit at the 2009 Farmers Insurance Open and a two-stroke deficit at the 2011 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.


One year removed from winning twice and posting 10 top 10s, Watney entered The Barclays with just three top 10s and a season-best solo eighth at the Wells Fargo Championship.


FINAL STANDINGS PLAYER Nick Watney


Brandt Snedeker Sergio Garcia Dustin Johnson Graham DeLaet Brian Harman


Louis Oosthuizen Lee Westwood Greg Chalmers Bud Cauley Tim Clark


Luke Donald Bob Estes Tom Gillis


David Hearn


William McGirt Bubba Watson Kevin Stadler


POS 1 2 3 4


1 2


T3 T3 T5 T5 T5 T5 9


T10 T10 T10 T10 T10 T10 T10 T10 T10


65 69 70 69 66 68 67 71 75


67


65 75 70


71


69 72 70 70 71 71 70


72


68 74 69 66 69 72 70


73 68 74 69


71 68 69 72 72 68 68 68 68 72 67 69 72 68 67 67


70 70 70 72


158 PGA TOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE 2013 65


69 70 75 68 65 71 70 70 72 67 72 70 74 72 71 72 71 75


TOTAL SCORE


274 277 278 278 279 279 279 279 280 281 281 281 281 281 281 281 281 281


FEDEXCUP POINTS


2,500.00 1,500.00 875.00 875.00 481.25 481.25 481.25 481.25 400.00 302.77 302.77 302.77 302.77 302.77 302.77 302.77 302.77 302.77


LIBERTY NATIONAL


Liberty National sits on the western shore of New York Bay, with stunning views of the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan skyline. Last fall, small design changes were made to 14 of the 18 holes. On the third hole, the fairway was widened slightly to encourage the players to hit driver. The putting surface was tweaked slightly. On No. 9, a new bunker was added on the right side of the fairway, but the most important change was the adjustment of the bunker short of the green that will cause players to play to the left portion of the fairway, offering players a great view of the putting surface on this slightly uphill shot, which usually plays into the wind. “Tom Kite and I have spent years of detailed


planning to create a truly outstanding golf experience at Liberty National,” said Bob Cupp, Kite’s co-designer. “The 2009 Barclays was a great success, but as with any significant event, it was worth the effort to improve the course for the PGA TOUR players and Liberty National’s members. Those previously unseen adjustments are now reality.”


Tournament Record 261, Bob Gilder, 1982 (Westchester Country Club)


Tournament 18-Hole Record 62, Dan Sikes (Par 72) 1967; Jim Wright, 1976, Hunter Mahan, 2007 (Par 71); Peter Jacobsen, 1982, Westchester C.C.; Hunter Mahan, 2008, Ridgewood C.C. (Par 70)


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