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Nick Watney began the final round at The Barclays in second place but his steady play on Sunday proved to be enough to deliver a win. Watney shot a 2-under, 69 on Sunday and finished at 10-under for the tournament, which was three shots better than second place Brandt Snedeker who finished at 7-under.
Sergio Garcia began the day with the tournament lead but shot a 4-over, 75 to fall into a tie for third place with Dustin Johnson at 6-under. Four golfers finished tied for fifth at 5-under including Lee Westwood and Brian Harman.
A birdie at 18 capped Bubba Watson's final round and a solid top 10 performance at 3-under for the week. Tiger Woods began Sunday within striking distance but fell apart on the back nine of his final round. Woods finished the tournament at 1-over after shooting a 5-over, 76 on Sunday.
There is a new leader at the final round of The Barclays as Nick Watney holds a three-shot lead over Sergio Garcia heading into the tournament's final holes.
Watney is 2-under during Sunday's final round and 10-under for the tournament. Garcia is currently 3-over during his final round and is in second place at 7-under for the championship.
Dustin Johnson and Brandt Snedeker are tied for third at 6-under and are followed by four different golfers, including Lee Westwood, who are all 5-under.
Bubba Watson recently completed his final round and is currently tied for 12th place at 3-under. Tiger Woods has had a tough Sunday with things falling apart on the back nine. Woods shot even on the front but is 5-over on the back and currently 1-over for the tournament. He's in 39th place.
The leaders have just begun their final rounds and Sergio Garcia has dropped a shot on his first hole and now leeds second place Nick Watney by just one shot at 9-under. Watney is at 8-under and is in the final pairing along with Garcia. Bob Estes, Kevin Stadler and Brandt Snedeker are all two shots back at 7-under.
Bubba Watson hit the course just before noon and is even par through seven holes of his final round. Watson is at 3-under and seven shots off the lead. Tiger Woods is also at even par on the day but has alternated the good with the bad recording three bogeys and three birdies.
Georgia native Brian Harmon began the day at 5-under par but a bogey on his first hole of Sunday's round has him now tied for 11th place.
Leaders Sergio Garcia (10-under par) and Nick Watney (8-under par) do not tee off at Bethpage State Park's Black Course until 1:40 p.m. ET, but the final round of the Barclays is underway.
Garcia shot 69 on the par-71 Black Course Saturday, while Watney shot even par for the day, allowing the enigmatic Garcia to head into Sunday with a two-shot lead. Kevin Stadler sits just one stroke back of Watney, and Brandt Snedeker and Bob Estes sit within striking distance at 6-under par.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson both are among a large group at 4-under par, while Bagdad, Fla. native Bubba Watson sits at 3-under par.
The only scores from American golfers of note thus far Sunday: Jimmy Walker, who's 4-under through seven holes to move to 3-under overall, and Bud Cauley (2-under par overall) and John Rollins (1-under overall), who both are 3-under for the round.
Sergio Garcia is atop the leaderboard after three rounds at The Barclays. Garcia took a two-stroke lead over Nick Watney on Saturday, who he is paired with on Sunday as the top two performers of the weekend.
Tiger Woods struggled mightily on Saturday and has dropped to a tie for 10th, putting him six shots out of the lead.
|1:40 pm||Garcia, Sergio||Watney, Nick|
|1:30 pm||Stadler, Kevin||Snedeker, Brandt|
|1:20 pm||Estes, Bob||Harman, Brian|
|1:10 pm||Chalmers, Greg||Moore, Ryan|
|1:00 pm||Senden, John||Mickelson, Phil|
|12:50 pm||McGirt, William||Clark, Tim|
|12:40 pm||Oosthuizen, Louis||Westwood, Lee|
|12:30 pm||Gillis, Tom||Schwartzel, Charl|
|12:20 pm||Woods, Tiger||Hearn, David|
|12:10 pm||Watson, Bubba||English, Harris|
|12:00 pm||Johnson, Dustin||Palmer, Ryan|
|11:50 am||McIlroy, Rory||Donald, Luke|
|11:40 am||Ogilvy, Geoff||Singh, Vijay|
|11:30 am||Castro, Roberto||Teater, Josh|
|11:20 am||Els, Ernie||Pettersson, Carl|
|11:10 am||Fowler, Rickie||Barnes, Ricky|
|11:00 am||Stallings, Scott||Owen, Greg|
|10:50 am||Blixt, Jonas||Kuchar, Matt|
|10:40 am||Stricker, Steve||Gainey, Tommy|
|10:30 am||Holmes, J.B.||Scott, Adam|
|10:20 am||Van Pelt, Bo||Perez, Pat|
|10:10 am||Molder, Bryce||McNeill, George|
|10:00 am||Mayfair, Billy||Cauley, Bud|
|9:50 am||DeLaet, Graham||Kelly, Troy|
|9:40 am||Walker, Jimmy||Harrington, Padraig|
|9:30 am||Christian, Gary||Huh, John|
|9:20 am||Gay, Brian||Johnson, Zach|
|9:11 am||Rollins, John||Poulter, Ian|
|9:02 am||Kirk, Chris||Laird, Martin|
|8:53 am||O'Hair, Sean||Immelman, Trevor|
|8:44 am||Thompson, Michael||Stenson, Henrik|
|8:35 am||Pampling, Rod||Maggert, Jeff|
|8:26 am||Streelman, Kevin||Matteson, Troy|
|8:17 am||Day, Jason||Howell III, Charles|
|8:08 am||Driscoll, James||Garrigus, Robert|
|7:59 am||Adams, Blake||Jacobson, Fredrik|
|7:50 am||Rose, Justin||Choi, K.J.|
|7:45 am||Noh, Seung-Yul|
After 54 holes of play, Sergio Garcia has finally risen above Nick Watney by two strokes (-10) with one round left to play at the 2012 Barclays.
Watney, who had an even round Saturday, sits at 8-under with Kevin Standler (-7), Brandt Snedeker, and Bob Estes (-6 each) rounding out the top five.
Garcia had five birdies on the day, but Watney definitely did him some favors, bogeying four of his final nine holes.
Vijay Singh took quite the tumble, falling down 19 spots thanks to a 5-over round while Phil Mickelson was one of the day's more notable risers as he moved up 42 spots and now sits tied for tenth.
Savannah native Brian Harman (-5) still remains in striking distance, sitting in sixth place with four birdies plus an eagle on the seventh hole.
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Nick Watney has been heading in the wrong direction despite four birdies in the third round and now is tied atop the leaderboard with Sergio Garcia. Both are 9-under.
Watney birdied the first, fourth, fifth and ninth before bogeys on the 11th and 12th. Garcia has had an up-and-down day of his own with four birdies against four bogeys.
Bob Estes remains in third through his first 12 holes with Vijay Singh dropping to fifth with three bogeys.
Kevin Stadler, whose day is finished, sits at fourth still after his sterling round of 6-under. Stadler has put himself in excellent striking position and could make some serious noise on Sunday if he can keep up this momentum.
Tiger Woods (-4), Phil Mickelson (-4) and Rickie Fowler (-4) are all close together, but only Woods and Fowler will be able to make up anymore ground with Mickelson's round already completed.
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Round 3 of the 2012 Barclays golf tournament begins Saturday, and the round opens with Nick Watney and Sergio Garcia tied for first place at 8-under par. Tiger Woods isn't far behind, three strokes out, tied for seventh at 5-under. The first golfer tees off at 7:40 a.m. ET, and Tiger Woods and the rest of the leaders tee off starting around 1 p.m. ET. Tee times, television coverage and streaming information is below.
Georgia native Chris Kirk tees off at 12:35 p.m., and fellow Georgia Bulldog Bubba Watson hits the links at 11:14 a.m. Savannah's Brian Harman starts off at 10:35 a.m., and former Georgia Tech standout Matt Kuchar follows him at 10:45 a.m.
Television Coverage: 1-2:30 p.m. on the Golf Channel, 3-6 p.m. on CBS
Live Streaming Video: Available at PGATour.com from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.A complete schedule of Saturday's tee times below:
1:45 pm Watney, Nick Garcia, Sergio
1:35 pm Singh, Vijay Estes, Bob
1:25 pm Senden, John Perez, Pat
1:15 pm Fowler, Rickie Huh, John
1:05 pm Woods, Tiger Christian, Gary
12:55 pm Laird, Martin Stenson, Henrik
12:45 pm Choi, K.J. Moore, Ryan
12:35 pm Johnson, Dustin Kirk, Chris
12:25 pm Thompson, Michael Poulter, Ian
12:15 pm Snedeker, Brandt Rose, Justin
12:05 pm Van Pelt, Bo Pettersson, Carl
11:55 am Jacobson, Fredrik Harrington, Padraig
11:45 am Scott, Adam English, Harris
11:35 am Holmes, J.B. Chalmers, Greg
11:25 am Howell III, Charles Walker, Jimmy
11:15 am Els, Ernie Watson, Bubba
11:05 am Schwartzel, Charl Gainey, Tommy
10:55 am Kelly, Troy Adams, Blake
10:45 am Kuchar, Matt Stricker, Steve
10:35 am Harman, Brian Blixt, Jonas
10:25 am Day, Jason Stadler, Kevin
10:15 am Garrigus, Robert Gillis, Tom
10:05 am Immelman, Trevor Owen, Greg
9:55 am Westwood, Lee Matteson, Troy
9:45 am Rollins, John Oosthuizen, Louis
9:35 am Streelman, Kevin Ogilvy, Geoff
9:25 am Clark, Tim Noh, Seung-Yul
9:15 am Cauley, Bud DeLaet, Graham
9:05 am Stallings, Scott McGirt, William
8:55 am Mickelson, Phil Donald, Luke
8:45 am McIlroy, Rory Teater, Josh
8:35 am Maggert, Jeff Driscoll, James
8:25 am Pampling, Rod Mayfair, Billy
8:15 am McNeill, George O'Hair, Sean
8:05 am Palmer, Ryan Johnson, Zach
7:55 am Molder, Bryce Barnes, Ricky
7:45 am Castro, Roberto Hearn, David
7:40 am Gay, Brian
For a live leaderboard, head over to Golf.com.
Round Two of the 2012 Barclays tournament has concluded, and Nick Watney and Sergio Garcia are tied for the lead at 8-under. Garcia had the better day, going 3-under in the second round, compared to 2-under for Watney. Garcia was also more consistent, hitting four birdies and only one bogey, while Watney picked up four bogeys but balanced them out with four birdies and an eagle. Tiger Woods looked like he might be in trouble with an early injury, but he was able to post a -2 for the day, good for a tie for seventh place.
Georgia resident Chris Kirk was even on the day, settling at 3-under overall and a tie for 16th place. Fellow Bulldog Bubba Watson had an up-and-down day, posting four birdies and three bogeys to finish 1-under for the day, 2-under for the tournament so far, leaving him in 27th place.
The top 10 on the leaderboard:
A complete leaderboard is available at Golf.com.
Nick Watney and Sergio Garcia lead The Barclays at -8 as Round 2 winds down. Beyond those two, Vijay Singh and Bob Estes are tied at 7-under, and there is a trio of players at -6.
Elsewhere in the field, Tiger Woods -- who has suffered an injury -- is four strokes off the lead, as are Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson. Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar are both 2-under, and Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson are sitting at -1.
The projected cut line at this point is +1.
T1. Nick Watney (-8)
T1. Sergio Garcia (-8)
T3. Vijay Singh (-7)
T3. Bob Estes (-7)
T5. John Senden (-6)
T5. Pat Perez (-6)
T5. Gary Christian (-6)
Tiger Woods has apparently injured his knee and back during the second round of The 2012 Barclays held at Bethpage Black in Old Bethpage, NY.
Woods hit an awkward tee shot and immediately grabbed his left knee and grimaced. His left knee is the same knee that he famously injured during the 2008 U.S. Open. Woods had to have surgery on his knee after the tournament once doctors found out that he tore his ACL, and has been unable to win a major in the four years since his victory. Woods has continued to have problems since his original injury including a ruptured Achilles tendon while rehabbing his torn ACL.
Woods has decided to continue with his round and currently sits at 4-under par after 10 holes. Tiger sits just four strokes behind first round leader Nick Watney, who sits at 8-under par.
The second round of the 2012 Barclays at Bethpage State Park is underway. While most of the big names including Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and current leader Padraig Harrington are yet to tee off, there has been movement on the leaderboard.
Georgia resident Chris Kirk had a rough start to his round. Starting on hole No. 10, Kirk bogeyed his first three holes and also bogeyed No. 15. His fortunes turned when he hit a hole-in-one on a par-3 No. 17. Kirk added two more birdies on the front nine to finish the round even for the day.
Fellow Georgia Bulldog Bubba Watson has been inconsistent in his second round with three birdies and three bogeys. It has kept his tournament score at one-under and should keep him above the cut line.
The biggest mover so far in the first round is Vijay Singh, who has shot a three-under through 16 to pull within one shot of the lead. McIlroy and Woods tee off at 1:06 p.m. and Harrington tees off at 12:22 p.m.
For a complete look at the scores, check out Golf.com's official leaderboard.
Savannah native Brian Harman, the surprise of the first day at The Barclays, will tee off tied for second place at 1:17 p.m. from the first hole at the famed Bethpage Black Course, looking to gain on leader Padraig Harrington, who is seven-under and one stroke ahead of Harman. Harrington tees off at 12:22 p.m.
Harman is part of a seven-member group within two strokes of Harrington's 64 on the first day, but just Nick Watney shot a 65 (-6), equalling Harman's impressive debut round at The Barclays. Watney hits the course at 12:33 p.m.
Tiger Woods (-3) is among a 12-golfer group who shot a first-round 68 and tees off just before Harman at 1:06 p.m.
Former Georgia golfer Bubba Watson (-1) gets an early go of it on Friday, teeing off starting with the back nine at 8:16 a.m. Former Georgia Tech standout Matt Kuchar (+1) hits the links at 12:55 p.m. starting at the first tee.
Here's a full list of tee times for Friday's second round, which can be seen on the Golf Channel. All times are Eastern.
The early group off of the first tee:
|7:10 a.m.||Merrick, John||Holmes, J.B.||Summerhays, Daniel|
|7:21 a.m.||Thompson, Michael||Hoffman, Charley||Ogilvy, Geoff|
|7:32 a.m.||Singh, Vijay||Overton, Jeff||Howell III, Charles|
|7:43 a.m.||Na, Kevin||Crane, Ben||Noh, Seung-Yul|
|7:54 a.m.||Cauley, Bud||Wi, Charlie||Senden, John|
|8:05 a.m.||Curtis, Ben||Wilson, Mark||Laird, Martin|
|8:16 a.m.||Van Pelt, Bo||Garrigus, Robert||Huh, John|
|8:27 a.m.||Schwartzel, Charl||Campbell, Chad||Gillis, Tom|
|8:38 a.m.||Love III, Davis||DeLaet, Graham||Maggert, Jeff|
|8:49 a.m.||Immelman, Trevor||Driscoll, James||Pampling, Rod|
The early group off of the back nine:
|7:10 a.m.||Chalmers, Greg||Pride, Dicky||Kirk, Chris|
|7:21 a.m.||Toms, David||Stadler, Kevin||Bae, Sang-Moon|
|7:32 a.m.||Clark, Tim||Poulter, Ian||Tringale, Cameron|
|7:43 a.m.||de Jonge, Brendon||Duke, Ken||Walker, Jimmy|
|7:54 a.m.||Furyk, Jim||Fowler, Rickie||Snedeker, Brandt|
|8:05 a.m.||Els, Ernie||Rose, Justin||Simpson, Webb|
|8:16 a.m.||Watson, Bubba||Mahan, Hunter||Pettersson, Carl|
|8:27 a.m.||Romero, Andres||Teater, Josh||Jacobson, Fredrik|
|8:38 a.m.||Gainey, Tommy||Estes, Bob||Chappell, Kevin|
|8:49 a.m.||Stenson, Henrik||Kelly, Troy||Mayfair, Billy|
|9:00 a.m.||Weekley, Boo||Slocum, Heath||Bohn, Jason|
The late group off of the first tee:
|12:00 p.m.||Adams, Blake||McNeill, George||Choi, K.J.|
|12:11 p.m.||Perez, Pat||Sabbatini, Rory||McGirt, William|
|12:22 p.m.||Westwood, Lee||Henry, J.J.||Every, Matt|
|12:33 p.m.||Davis, Brian||Watney, Nick||Points, D.A.|
|12:44 p.m.||Mickelson, Phil||Piercy, Scott||Donald, Luke|
|12:55 p.m.||Bradley, Keegan||Kuchar, Matt||Stricker, Steve|
|1:06 p.m.||Woods, Tiger||McIlroy, Rory||Johnson, Zach|
|1:17 p.m.||Molder, Bryce||Harman, Brian||Barnes, Ricky|
|1:28 p.m.||Stroud, Chris||Castro, Roberto||Blixt, Jonas|
|1:39 p.m.||Knost, Colt||Frazar, Harrison||Kelly, Jerry|
The late group off of the back nine:
|12:00 p.m.||Owen, Greg||Flores, Martin||Stallings, Scott|
|12:11 p.m.||O'Hair, Sean||Moore, Ryan||Baddeley, Aaron|
|12:22 p.m.||Matteson, Troy||Potter, Jr., Ted||Harrington, Padraig|
|12:33 p.m.||Palmer, Ryan||Rollins, John||Byrd, Jonathan|
|12:44 p.m.||Scott, Adam||Garcia, Sergio||Oosthuizen, Louis|
|12:55 p.m.||Johnson, Dustin||McDowell, Graeme||Leishman, Marc|
|1:06 p.m.||Wagner, Johnson||Haas, Bill||Stanley, Kyle|
|1:17 p.m.||English, Harris||Mallinger, John||Claxton, Will|
|1:28 p.m.||Hearn, David||Streelman, Kevin||Gay, Brian|
|1:39 p.m.||Christian, Gary||Allenby, Robert||Day, Jason|
Savannah native Brian Harman was a bit of a surprise on Thursday at The Barclays. Despite being ranked No. 101, he finds himself in second place after a 6-under in his first round. He tallied seven birdies and one bogey for the day.
Harman and the rest of the field trail Padraig Harrington. The Irish golfer shot a 7-under in his first round, giving him a one-shot lead over Harman and Nick Watney.
Masters winner Bubba Watson was up-and-down for his entire first round. Despite having three birdies and an eagle, four bogeys left him at just 1-under after the first round.
Other notable scores after the first round include Sergio Garcia at 5-under; Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Ernie Els at 3-under; and Rory McIlroy at 2-under.
With a 6-under in the first round at The Barclays, Savannah native Brian Harman finished the day in second place. He trails Padraig Harrington by one stroke for the lead.
Harman, who is tied with Nick Watney, had seven birdies and one bogey in his opening round. In 24 events this year, Harman has yet to finish in the top-10.
He isn't the only player with Georgia ties that is near the top of the leaderboard, though. Chris Kirk, who resides in St. Simons Island, Ga., is 4-under through 15 holes.
They are all chasing Harrington. The Irish golfer had eight birdies and one bogey in his first round.
As for the big names, Tiger Woods finished at 3-under and Rory McIlroy was 2-under. The two golfers were in the same group on Thursday.
The 2012 Barclays tournament is underway at Bethpage Black in New York, and it's K.J. Choi who has grabbed the early lead. Choi is currently five under par as he nears the conclusion of his round, ahead of a group of five players sitting at -4.and Padraig Harrington are among that group of golfers tied for second.
Elsewhere in the field, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson are three under par, Phil Mickelson is -2 and Tiger Woods is sitting at -1. Georgia Tech alum Matt Kuchar is +2 through 11 holes. Fellow GT alums Troy Matteson and Bryce Molder are -2 and -1, respectively.
Here's a glance at the leaderboard:
1. K.J. Choi (-5)
T2. Sergio Garcia (-4)
T2. George McNeill (-4)
T2. Nick Watney (-4)
T2. Gary Christian (-4)
T2. Padraig Harrington (-4)
The 2012 Barclays are getting underway on Thursday morning, and this tournament also marks the beginning of the FedEx Cup playoffs. The headline group of the day is that of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and, but there will be plenty of other golfers worth keeping an eye on as the first round develops
The Golf Channel will televise Thursday's round from 2 to 6 p.m. ET. Below is a list of tee times and groupings for the day. (All times Eastern.)
Morning wave off No. 1:
|7:10 am||Owen, Greg||Flores, Martin||Stallings, Scott|
|7:21 am||O'Hair, Sean||Moore, Ryan||Baddeley, Aaron|
|7:32 am||Matteson, Troy||Potter, Jr., Ted||Harrington, Padraig|
|7:43 am||Palmer, Ryan||Rollins, John||Byrd, Jonathan|
|7:54 am||Scott, Adam||Garcia, Sergio||Oosthuizen, Louis|
|8:05 am||Johnson, Dustin||McDowell, Graeme||Leishman, Marc|
|8:16 am||Wagner, Johnson||Haas, Bill||Stanley, Kyle|
|8:27 am||English, Harris||Mallinger, John||Claxton, Will|
|8:38 am||Hearn, David||Streelman, Kevin||Gay, Brian|
|8:49 am||Christian, Gary||Allenby, Robert||Day, Jason|
Morning wave off No. 10:
|7:10 am||Adams, Blake||McNeill, George||Choi, K.J.|
|7:21 am||Perez, Pat||Sabbatini, Rory||McGirt, William|
|7:32 am||Westwood, Lee||Henry, J.J.||Every, Matt|
|7:43 am||Davis, Brian||Watney, Nick||Points, D.A.|
|7:54 am||Mickelson, Phil||Piercy, Scott||Donald, Luke|
|8:05 am||Bradley, Keegan||Kuchar, Matt||Stricker, Steve|
|8:16 am||Woods, Tiger||McIlroy, Rory||Johnson, Zach|
|8:27 am||Molder, Bryce||Harman, Brian||Barnes, Ricky|
|8:38 am||Stroud, Chris||Castro, Roberto||Blixt, Jonas|
|8:49 am||Knost, Colt||Frazar, Harrison||Kelly, Jerry|
Afternoon wave off No. 1:
|12:00 pm||Chalmers, Greg||Pride, Dicky||Kirk, Chris|
|12:11 pm||Toms, David||Stadler, Kevin||Bae, Sang-Moon|
|12:22 pm||Clark, Tim||Poulter, Ian||Tringale, Cameron|
|12:33 pm||de Jonge, Brendon||Duke, Ken||Walker, Jimmy|
|12:44 pm||Furyk, Jim||Fowler, Rickie||Snedeker, Brandt|
|12:55 pm||Els, Ernie||Rose, Justin||Simpson, Webb|
|1:06 pm||Watson, Bubba||Mahan, Hunter||Pettersson, Carl|
|1:17 pm||Romero, Andres||Teater, Josh||Jacobson, Fredrik|
|1:28 pm||Gainey, Tommy||Estes, Bob||Chappell, Kevin|
|1:39 pm||Stenson, Henrik||Kelly, Troy||Mayfair, Billy|
|1:50 pm||Weekley, Boo||Slocum, Heath||Bohn, Jason|
Afternoon wave off No. 10:
|12:00 pm||Merrick, John||Holmes, J.B.||Summerhays, Daniel|
|12:11 pm||Thompson, Michael||Hoffman, Charley||Ogilvy, Geoff|
|12:22 pm||Singh, Vijay||Overton, Jeff||Howell III, Charles|
|12:33 pm||Na, Kevin||Crane, Ben||Noh, Seung-Yul|
|12:44 pm||Cauley, Bud||Wi, Charlie||Senden, John|
|12:55 pm||Curtis, Ben||Wilson, Mark||Laird, Martin|
|1:06 pm||Van Pelt, Bo||Garrigus, Robert||Huh, John|
|1:17 pm||Schwartzel, Charl||Campbell, Chad||Gillis, Tom|
|1:28 pm||Love III, Davis||DeLaet, Graham||Maggert, Jeff|
|1:39 pm||Immelman, Trevor||Driscoll, James||Pampling, Rod|
Keep up with the tournament standings via Golf.com.
Two of the most high-profile golfers in the world will be teeing off at the same time as the FedEx Cup Playoffs begin.
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