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COMMISSIONER’S FOREWORD


FROM THE PGA TOUR COMMISSIONER A As the 2013 season continues to


unfold and new storylines emerge on each of our Tours, there is plenty to look forward to during the second half of the season, beginning with the stretch runs to the FedExCup Playoffs, Charles Schwab Cup race and the Web.com Tour Finals. Also on the line are the season


awards, plus the final drive to earn a berth for The Presidents Cup teams prior to the matches at Muirfield Village Golf Club in early October. We


also anticipate the summer


debut of PGA TOUR Canada and the fall portion of the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica season as players vie for the five Web.com Tour cards at stake on both Tours. If the first part of the season indication,


is any be


it promises to the PGA


compelling competition. On TOUR, Tiger Woods


took a commanding lead in the FedExCup race as the only multiple winner through


THE PLAYERS


Championship, his fourth title of the year. Defending FedExCup champion Brandt Snedeker had a strong start with a victory at the AT&T Pebble


« WE ALSO ANTICIPATE THE SUMMER DEBUT OF PGA


TOUR CANADA AND THE FALL PORTION OF THE PGA TOUR LATINOAMÉRICA SEASON » TIM FINCHEM,


PGA TOUR COMMISSIONER www.pgatour.com


Beach National Pro-Am and three other top-3 finishes. Success was shared by veterans and young talent alike as we also saw eight first-time winners in the first five months. On the Champions Tour, 2010


Schwab Cup champion Bernhard Langer won twice to take the early lead in the points standings, while Rocco Mediate found early success in his rookie season by winning in his first start on Tour, the 16th player to do so. And the Web.com Tour has seen the balance of talent with no repeat winners through the first nine tournaments. As you may have discovered,


we have created new ways for you to follow the competition, even if you are not able to tune in to our traditional television broadcasts. New digital features such


as


simulcasts and complementary coverage allow you to enjoy the action


devices anytime, from anywhere. I hope you take advantage of


these opportunities and join us to see how the season plays out. ■


online and on mobile


WELCOME


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