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PLAYER PROFILES TIGER WOODS PHIL MICKELSON BRANDT SNEDEKER


Birthdate/place:


December 30, 1975 in Cypress, CA. Height: 6-1 Weight: 185


2013 Victories: Farmers Insurance Open, World Golf


Championships-Cadillac Championship, Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard,


The PLAYERS Championship Career Victories: 78


EVENT, CONTENDING IN MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIPS AND BEING CONSISTENT DAY IN AND DAY OUT, IF I GOT HEALTHY. THAT WAS THE


CAN PLAY THIS GAME AT A HIGH LEVEL. I KNOW I CAN BE WHERE I’M CONTENDING IN EVERY


« IF I GET HEALTHY, I KNOW I


FIRST STEP IN THE PROCESS. » – TIGER WOODS AFTER HIS ARNOLD PALMER INVITATIONAL VICTORY


2013 HIGHLIGHTS: Woods won four times by mid-May, including the eighth time at Torrey Pines at the Farmers Insurance Open (also the 2008 U.S. Open), the seventh time at Doral in the World Golf


Championship, the eighth


Championships-Cadillac time


at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard and the second time


at The PLAYERS


Championship. The wins pushed his career victory total to 78, just four shy of Sam Snead’s PGA TOUR record 82 wins.


DID YOU KNOW: Nicknamed “Tiger” after a Vietnamese soldier who was a friend of his father’s in Vietnam.


www.pgatour.com Birthdate/place:


June 16, 1970 in San Diego, CA. Height: 6-3 Weight: 200 2013 Victory:


Waste Management Phoenix Open Career Victories: 41


2013 HIGHLIGHTS: Mickelson opened with an 11-under 60— including a lipped-out birdie on the final green—equaling both his career-low PGA TOUR round and the lowest


Birthdate/place:


December 8, 1980 in Nashville, TN. Height: 6-1 Weight: 185 2013 Victory:


AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Career Victories: 5


score in Waste


Management Phoenix Open history. He went on to a four-stroke victory over Brandt Snedeker and his four- round total of 28-under 256 equaled the 72-hole tournament record. The 41st win of his career has Mickelson ranked ninth all-time in PGA TOUR wins.


DID YOU KNOW: Mickelson has won a PGA TOUR event in 10 consecutive seasons. The record is 17 by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus.


« THERE’S A BIG DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 60 AND 59. IT’S NOT THAT BIG BETWEEN 60 AND 61, THERE REALLY ISN’T. BUT THERE’S A BIG BARRIER, A BERLIN WALL


BARRIER, BETWEEN 59 AND 60. » – MICKELSON AFTER SHOOTING A FIRST-ROUND 60


« I’M JUST NOT MAKING TOO MANY MISTAKES, I’M PLAYING SMART GOLF AND I’M NOT PUTTING MYSELF IN TOO MANY BAD POSITIONS. I MAKE A KEY PUTT HERE OR THERE TO GET THE ROUND GOING. IT’S BEEN A LOT OF FUN TO PLAY GOLF LIKE THIS AND


THE WAY I KNOW THAT I CAN. » – BRANDT SNEDEKER


2013 HIGHLIGHTS: After beginning the season with a third, T2 and second, he claimed his fifth PGA TOUR title with a two-shot win at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. He suffered a rib injury and was sidelined until spring where he held a share of the third-round lead at the Masters before finishing T6.


DID YOU KNOW: Snedeker was paired with Toby Wilt to claim a share of the pro-am team title at Pebble Beach. Snedeker


played


collegiately at Vanderbilt on the Toby Wilt Scholarship. Wilt is also the announcer on the No. 1 tee at the Masters.


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