How it Happened: Barclays, third round

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Matt Kuchar finished his second round with a bogey, but his eight birdies after hole No. 6 catapulted him into a two-shot lead at The Barclays early Saturday morning. He followed with a 70 that kept him atop the leaderboard – albeit alongside Gary Woodland, whose 68 pulled him to the top.

Kevin Chappell's course-record 62 – eclipsing the mark established just a day earlier by Keegan Bradley – moved him to third just a shot back, while Tiger Woods and David Lynn shot 69 to move to T-4 at 8 under.

Read below to see how it all unfolded – and scroll down for our previous coverage of the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoffs opener!

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Update No. 7: 6:11 p.m. EDT

The co-leaders have very similar birdie attempts here. Gary Woodland tries first and leaves his putt short; Matt Kuchar follows and runs his just past on the high side, tapping in for a 1-under 70 to maintain at least a share of the lead at 12 under. Woodland then raps his par putt in the center of the cup for a 68 to match Kuchar.

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Update No. 6: 6:06 p.m. EDT

From about 185 yards, co-leader Matt Kuchar its it to the front of the green and will face a birdie try up and over a ridge. From about 160 yards, co-leader Gary Woodland finds nearly the same spot.

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Update No. 5: 5:59 p.m. EDT

Let's recap the field behind co-leaders Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland, both of whom hit their tee shots in the 18th fairway:

  • 3: Kevin Chappell . . . 11 under (62 today)
  • T-4: David Lynn . . . 8 under (69)
  • T-4: Tiger Woods . . . 8 under (69)
  • T-6: Jonas Blixt . . . 7 under (70)
  • T-6: Rickie Fowler . . . 7 under (71)
  • T-6: Jim Furyk . . . 7 under (70)
  • T-6: Justin Rose . . . 7 under (70)
  • T-6: Jordan Spieth . . . 7 under (68)
  • T-6: Kevin Streelman . . . 7 under (68)
  • T-6: Bubba Watson . . . 7 under (68)

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Update No. 4: 5:53 p.m. EDT

Gary Woodland's par try from just inside 40 feet gets within a foot and he taps in for bogey. Matt Kuchar, from about 25 feet, runs it past and makes the comebacker for par to regain a share of the lead as the two are 12 under par.

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Update No. 3: 5:41 p.m. EDT

Leader Gary Woodland hits it into a fairway bunker on the par-4 17th, the ball plugging in the lip and placing his lead in jeopardy. Woodland takes a big swing on his second shot and barely gets clear of the hazard, the ball rolling down to the fairway. From there he goes at the flag, hitting it onto the back of the green and facing a long par attempt.

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Update No. 2: 5:34 p.m. EDT

Matt Kuchar tries a long putt from the fairway and up the slope to the green, but it catches a sprinkler head and leaves himself a long par putt that goes over the edge. He taps in for par to remain 12 under. Gary Woodland pitches on, but catches the collar and the ball stops well short; he makes his birdie putt to move to 13 under and regain the outright lead by a stroke over Kuchar, two ahead of Kevin Chappell.

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Update No. 1: 5:26 p.m. EDT

At the driveable par-4 16th, co-leaders Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland take aim at the green and hit it close to the front – Woodland hitting iron and nearly driving it, but neither finding the putting surface and ending up short-sided to the front-left pin.

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No. 18: Par 4, 490 yards

Tiger Woods escaped trouble with an aggressive approach at the par-4 17th but couldn't cash in for birdie as he did when he drove the short par-4 16th. Expect him to aim for the pin once again here, if his recent tack is any indication.

Off the tee: Tiger finds the fairway once again but moves gingerly after his follow through.

From the fairway: Taking aim at the pin again, Tiger takes a smooth pass at this one – knocking it pin high and less than 10 feet left of the hole for what will be another good look at birdie.

On the green: After watching Jonas Blixt make a birdie putt from the left side of the green, Tiger steps up to his birdie try of just more than 10 feet and drains it for his second straight round of 69.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (8 under for the tournament, T-4)

Elsewhere on the course: Reigning U.S. Open champion Justin Rose bogeys the 17th to fall to 7 under and T-7 alongside Woods, Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy (who just birdied at the 16th) and three others.

At No. 15, co-leaders Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland make pars to remain 12 under and a shot ahead of Kevin Chappell, four ahead of Rickie Fowler and David Lynn.

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No. 17: Par 4, 445 yards

Aggressive play paid off at the 16th for Tiger Woods; will he strive to continue that trend during the day's last two holes?

Off the tee: Tiger knocks it in the fairway again, leaving himself about 160 yards to the green.

• From the fairway: Hollering "go," Tiger gets it just over the front-right bunker and nearly perfectly on line with the pin – for another look at birdie.

On the green: From just more than 10 feet, Tiger runs it less than a foot past on the high side and quickly taps in for par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (7 under for the tournament, T-7)

Elsewhere on the course: Gary Woodland takes the lead again with a birdie at the par-5 13th, hitting a fine shot just long and right to get greenside in two, then nearly holing out his pitch and tapping in for his four. Woodland is again 12 under, one shot ahead of Kevin Chappell (who shot a course-record 62 today) and Matt Kuchar, who also birdies the 13th after nearly holing out a wedge from the fairway on his third shot.

At the par-3 14th, Woodland and Kuchar give themselves decent birdie attempts from pin-high left of the hole. From just outside 10 feet, Woodland two-putts for par to remain 12 under. Kuchar makes his from just inside 10 feet to tie Woodland for the lead on the 12-under mark, one ahead of Kevin Chappell.

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No. 16: Par 4, 325 yards

Perhaps that near birdie on the long par-4 15th shows Tiger can gain a couple of shots here at the end.

Off the tee: After waiting to go for the green, Tiger Woods starts it on line with the front flagstick; it bounces on and rolls past the hole to the back of the green, where he'll face a long eagle attempt.

On the green: From more than 60 feet, Tiger gauges the speed nearly perfectly but leave the ball just a putterhead-width on the high side; a one-handed tap-in brings him within four shots of the lead.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (7 under for the tournament, T-7)

Elsewhere on the course: Leader Gary Woodland hammers a putt from the fringe past the hole, then misses his comebacker at No. 12. The bogey drops him into a tie for the lead with Kevin Chappell and pulls Matt Kuchar within a stroke. Jim Furyk makes a short birdie putt at the 16th to rise to 8 under and T-4.

• • •

No. 15: Par 4, 481 yards

It's been a slow day for Tiger Woods, but with a few strokes gained down the stretch he should be within striking distance tomorrow.

Off the tee: Tiger Woods the fairway without any trouble here.

On the approach: With the pin at the back right, Tiger hits it to the middle and it rolls toward the pin, giving him a decent chance for birdie here.

On the green: From inside 20 feet, Tiger finds the line but comes up just short and taps in for par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (6 under for the tournament, T-12)

Elsewhere on the course: Aaron Baddeley bogeys No. 7 to drop to T-12 at 6 under; he's still 5 under for his round. Matt Kuchar makes par at No. 12 to remain 10 under, two back of leader Gary Woodland.

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No. 14: Par 3, 150 yards

There have been two aces here today, but Tiger has to just be thinking about a birdie with wedge in hand.

Off the tee: Tiger gets way too much on this one and hits the wedge long and finds long rough at the back of the green. Very tough up-and-down coming.

Around the green: Solid chip shot here to about 6 feet right of the hole. Can't afford another bogey. He sinks the putt.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (6 under for tournament, T-11)

Elsewhere on the course: Kevin Chappell has fired a course-record, 9-under 62 to move into the final round at 11 under. Chappell had a chance for a birdie on his final hole -- the par-4 9th -- but left it a foot short.

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No. 13: Par 5, 563 yards

Tiger is 2 under on the eight par-5s he has played this week, with one birdie coming back on No. 8 today.

Off the tee: Driver here and he finds the right side of the fairway, coming up just short of a fairway bunker.

Second shot: With fairway metal, Tiger gives it a good run and settles just short of the green, but will have a fairly straightforward chip to the front hole location.

Around the green: Tiger putts from off the green and leaves it about 3 feet short.

On the green: He drains the short putt and is back to even on the round.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (6 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Kevin Chappell drains a 6-footer for birdie on the par-5 8th hole to move to 9 under on his round and 11 under for the tournament. With a par on No. 9, he'd set the Liberty National course record, set on Friday by Keegan Bradley. Gary Woodland's birdie streak ends at the par-4 10th, settling for a par and staying at 13 under. Matt Kuchar makes his first birdie of the third round to get back to 10 under, but is 1 over on his round.

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No. 12: Par 4, 431 yards

Tiger is hanging tough and some of the 36-hole leaders are falling back to him, with Kuchar and Simpson both over par on their rounds.

Off the tee: With fairway wood, he splits the fairway after taking a bit of a slower swing.

Approach shot: Tiger attacks the right pin and settles just off the green, about 20 feet away.

On the green: Tiger doesn't give his birdie attempt enough pace and he picks up another par. Onto the final par 5 of the day.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 over (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: In what is becoming a regularity, 20-year-old Jordan Spieth has moved into contention at 7 under, using an eagle and three birdies to overcome two bogeys. But, he'll have plenty of work to do as Gary Woodland has moved to 13 under with his fourth consecutive birdie, making a 6-footer at No. 9 -- only the second birdie of the day on the par 4.

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No. 11: Par 3, 250 yards

With Tiger's ailments, a big run might not be in the cards, but still wants to keep his eyes on the FedEx standings, and with Kuchar falling out of the lead, Tiger is back to No. 1.

Off the tee: With 5-iron, Tiger finds the green at the long par 3.

On the green: From about 35 feet, Tiger lags it to about 2 feet for a par attempt. Solid par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 over (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: While the late groups are struggling a bit, Kevin Chappell is making a run at the course record, moving to 10 under after going 8 under through 15 holes. He's two shots back of Gary Woodland, who picks up his third consecutive birdie with a 5-footer at No. 8. Charl Schwartzel finds the water on No. 9 and settles for a double-bogey and falls back to 8 under. Rickie Fowler suffers the same fate and also moves back to 8 under.

• • •

No. 10: Par 4, 496 yards

Tiger is six shots back, but no one is running away with this early on Saturday.

Off the tee: Tiger smokes a fairway wood down the middle of the fairway.

Approach shot: Tiger misses the green, but is pin-high left of the flag.

Around the green: He chooses to putt, but is a bit too gentle with it and leaves it about 8 feet short.

On the green: Tiger gets this one to drop and he stays at 1 over for the round.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 over (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: With birdies at Nos. 6 and 7, Gary Woodland has taken the outright lead at 11 under, one clear of Rickie Fowler and Charl Schwartzel. Both Matt Kuchar and Webb Simpson have fallen back to 9 under, with Kuchar picking up a bogey at No. 7. He doesn't have a birdie in the third round after eight in the second round.

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No. 9: Par 4, 474 yards

Tiger is grinding, with his back an obvious obstacle thus far on Saturday. He remains five off the lead and needs to make a run with 10 holes to play.

Off the tee: Tiger finds the fairway here and again bends down to gingerly pick up his tee. Many give him grief for showing he is in pain, but he hasn't decided to turn it in.

Approach shot: Tiger finds the green and leaves himself an 18-footer for birdie.

On the green: Tiger hits a nice putt, but it dies right in front of the hole and Tiger makes the turn at 1 over for the round.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 over (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Rickie Fowler finally took advantage of a stellar approach, draining a 25-footer for eagle on the par-5 6th hole to jump into a three-way tie for the lead at 10 under with Webb Simpson and Matt Kuchar.

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No. 8: Par 5, 611 yards

Tiger was in obvious pain after his approach on No. 7, crouching for about 15-20 seconds and trying to stretch his back. He's been in pain all week after he slept on a soft bed before the pro-am.

Off the tee: Tiger finds the short stuff off the tee, but will have nearly 300 yards into the green, making it a three-shot hole.

Approach shot: Tiger, from about 285 yards to the front edge, does go after it and finds a greenside bunker on the front left. Could use a birdie right now to rite the ship.

Around the green: Good sand blast here, getting it to 4 feet.

On the green: Has to tap this one and he gets it to fall for his second birdie of the round. Bends over very gingerly to get the ball.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 over (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Rickie Fowler hits a fantastic approach into the par-4 5th, but misses his second birdie putt inside 5 feet and stays at 8 under for the tournament. Meanwhile, Charl Schwartzel just misses an eagle putt at the par-5 6th and settles for a tap-in birdie to get to 9 under, one off the lead held by Matt Kuchar and Webb Simpson.

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No. 7: Par 4, 467 yards

Tiger remains 1 under on the par-5s this week. That isn't his normal formula for winning.

Off the tee: Tiger is looking a bit frustrated after he sends his second consecutive driver into a left rough, bounding through a bunker. Looks as though he is overcompensating for not wanting to go right.

Approach shot: With wedge from 150 yards, Tiger sends it about 50 feet past the front left pin.

On the green: Solid speed on the lag putt, but has 5 feet remaining to save par. His par attempt lips out and that's three bogeys through the first seven holes.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 over (4 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: K.J. Choi makes a hole-in-one on the par-3 14th, hitting a wedge into the 135-yard hole. In the group following, Greg Chalmers also aces the hole for his second hole-in-one of the season.

• • •

No. 6: Par 5, 538 yards

Tiger has managed only one birdie through six trips to a par 5 at Liberty National this week. That'll need to change today if he hopes to play himself back into serious contention.

Off the tee: Big stick here and he hammers it. It does go well left, so might not be able to get to the green.

Second shot: The green isn't an option, so Tiger simply advances it down the right side of the fairway, setting up a wedge shot.

Approach shot: Tiger hits a less-than-full wedge shot and gets it to about 10 feet. Needs this one.

On the green: But he doesn't get it. He pushes it right and makes a 3-footer coming back for a par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 over (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Matt Kuchar makes a rare mistake on an approach shot on No. 3, followed by a poor putt from off the green, leading to a bogey and is now tied for the lead with Webb Simpson at 10 under. Simpson misses an 8-footer for birdie on No. 3.

• • •

No. 5: Par 4, 427 yards

Tiger is definitely struggling with any target on the left of greens, which cost him dearly on No. 4. Needs to get something going, otherwise the impressive leaderboard will make the hill too high to climb over.

Off the tee: Finds the fairway and leaves himself just under 160 yards into the green.

Approach shot: Solid shot with his wedge, getting it to about 10 feet right of the flag on the left, barely getting it to the top of the ridge in the green.

On the green: Tiger has to tap this downhill putt and it just slides by on the right. It looked good all the way. A par here to stop the bogey train.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 over (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Rickie Fowler opens his round with a birdie at No. 1 and then narrowly misses another at No. 2, putting him at 8 under and three back. Fowler has one career PGA Tour victory.

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No. 4: Par 3, 193 yards

That was Tiger's fourth bogey of his last 15 holes after starting the tournament with 24 consecutive bogey-less holes.

Off the tee: With pin on the left, Tiger tries to cut it in there, but misses left and is in the rough on the short side.

• Around the green: After avoiding the water left by about a yard, Tiger chips to about 15 feet past the flag, which was actually a solid shot from the awkward stance.

On the green: Tiger hits the putt slightly too tentatively and he settles for a two-putt bogey and he is six shots back.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 over (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Webb Simpson makes a 5-footer for birdie on No. 1 to move to 10 under, just one shot back of Matt Kuchar, who pars the opening hole.

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No. 3: Par 4, 395 yards

Saving par after the errant tee ball at No. 2 was a momentum-saver. Tiger remains four back of Kuchar.

Off the tee: Fairway wood here and he pulls it a bit to the left, but is in the short grass.

Approach shot: From around 125 yards, Tiger hits the slope on the right of the green, leaving himself around 30 feet for birdie.

On the green: Tiger plays his birdie putt to the right, but it never comes back and goes about 5 feet past. He can't get the par putt to drop and he pays for a poor wedge into the green with a bogey.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (6 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Charl Schwartzel (8 under), Sergio Garcia (7 under) and Freddie Jacobson (7 under) all birdie the short par-4 1st hole.

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No. 2: Par 3, 219 yards

Couldn't have done much better with an opening hole, nearly jarring his approach from less than 150 yards.

Off the tee: Tiger misses the green here and will have to scramble to save par. Can't give back that birdie.

Around the green: From left bunker, Tiger hits a solid shot to about 6 feet.

On the green: Big save here, as he puts it in the heart. Big up-and-down.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (7 under for tournament)

• • •

No. 1: Par 4, 398 yards

Tiger says he has a number in mind -- he wouldn't reveal what it was -- but he has seven players to leapfrog. Of course, those seven include Adam Scott, Matt Kuchar, Rickie Fowler and Webb Simpson.

Off the tee: Tiger is sporting new clothes and also finds the fairway off the first tee.

Approach shot: Tiger hits a high second ball and sticks it to give himself a good look at birdie.

On the green: From less than a foot, Tiger taps in for an opening birdie. Big start.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (7 under for tournament)

• • •

SECOND-ROUND COMPLETION

No. 18: Par 4, 490 yards

Tiger will be pleased with the birdie on No. 17, but won't be happy that he is still six shots behind Matt Kuchar, who picks up another birdie to move to 12 under -- three clear of the field.

Off the tee: Driver in hand, Tiger rips it and finds the right side of the fairway.

Approach shot: Long iron here and he puts it in a left, greenside bunker.

Around the green: Great sand play here, getting to a couple of feet.

On the green: Easy par and he'll go into the third round at 6 under.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (6 under for tournament)

• • •

No. 17: Par 4, 445 yards

Tiger's deficit is again six strokes after Matt Kuchar tapped in for his seventh birdie of the round.

Off the tee: Tiger takes fairway wood again and finds the fairway. Really no need for driver here.

Approach shot: With the pin tucked above bunkers on the right, Tiger hits a solid shot to nearly pin-high, just about 10 feet from the hole. Another good look at birdie.

On the green: Tiger gets one to fall here, as it just gets in on the right side. That's five birdies on the round.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (6 under for tournament)

• • •

No. 16: Par 4, 325 yards

Tiger is only five back after Kuchar scrambles for a bogey on No. 15. It was Kuchar's first bogey of the day.

Off the tee: No need for more than iron here, and Tiger splits the fairway again.

Approach shot: Takes his second shot above the hole and leaves himself less than 10 feet for a birdie. Stuck that one.

On the green: Can't get this one to drop, even after a read from caddie Joe LaCava. That one will sting a bit.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (5 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Rory McIlroy caps his second round with a birdie on No. 18 to get into the clubhouse at 6 under.

• • •

No. 15: Par 4, 481 yards

While Tiger missed that birdie putt on No. 14, Matt Kuchar makes his to move to 11 under, now two clear of the field and six ahead of Woods.

Off the tee: Despite lengthy hole, Tiger takes 3-wood and rips it, finding the fairway.

Approach shot: From the left side of the fairway, Tiger gets the ball to the left side of the green, about 30 feet away for birdie.

On the green: Actually gives this one a chance, but leaves it about a foot short and picks up a solid tap-in par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (5 under for tournament)

• • •

Hole No. 14: Par 3, 150 yards

That birdie at No. 13 late Friday gets Tiger back on track after a string of poor holes.

Off the tee: Tiger sticks his tee ball about 12 feet below the hole.

On the green: The horn sounds Friday, and Tiger chooses to mark his ball and sleep on the birdie putt. On Saturday morning, Tiger misses it on the high side, and settles for a tap-in par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (5 under for tournament)

• • •

Weather conditions

Just a 10 percent chance of rain hovers over Liberty National for Saturday, according to weather.com. Temps in the mid-60s are expected as play begins, with a high near 80 and winds peaking around 10 mph mid-morning.

• • •

Friday's coverage

5 Things: Kuchar leads as Bradley sets course record

Matt Kuchar grabbed the lead at The Barclays on Friday before darkness halted play with the second round incomplete. Kuchar will return to the par-3 14th early Saturday with a one-shot margin over Webb Simpson, who shot 66, and Gary Woodland, who shot a near-record 64.

Fowler dives into playoff run; swing coach next?

From skydiving to a new swing coach, Rickie Fowler has plenty on his mind – but it takes a back seat to making improvements on his playoff performance, which yielded results Friday at Liberty National.

How it Happened: Kuchar moves to front of Barclays

Players will have to come out bright and early Saturday morning to finish off their second rounds. Among them are leader Matt Kuchar, at 10 under with five holes to finish, and Tiger Woods at 5 under.

• 'Bubble Boy' Crane, Glover withdraw with injuries

Ben Crane's playoff bubble has burst in an unfortunate fashion, a back injury prompting him to withdraw from The Barclays despite being as low as 5 under par in the early going; Lucas Glover also withdrew Friday with a reported wrist injury.

• • •

Thursday's coverage

5 Things: Stadler shines; Woods holds up, stays close

“I’ve hit more balls today than I’ve hit in quite a while,” said Kevin Stadler, whose 7-under 64 gave him the early lead. He leads by one shot over Henrik Stenson, Ryan Palmer and Camilo Villegas. Tiger Woods overcame some stiffness to finish the day three shots back of Stadler.

How it Happened: Stadler leads delayed Barclays

The PGA Tour has kicked off its FedEx Cup Playoffs, with Kevin Stadler taking the early lead amid a first-round delayed twice by rain and again by darkness with about half the field yet to complete the round.

Stricker leads Tour players' in head-to-head record

Rarely do you hear anyone talk about a player’s head-to-head won-loss-tie record. With the PGA Tour’s version of playoffs beginning, the best winning percentage this year on the PGA Tour belongs to Steve Stricker, who recorded a 907-14-23 head-to-head record for an .858 winning percentage. A total of 14 players qualified for the playoffs with a record below .500.

Barclays delay brings out players' cellphone cameras

During the first-round rain delays at the 2013 Barclays, a few cellphone cameras came out in and around the Liberty National clubhouse. We'll reshare some pictures that have been posted on the Twitter accounts of players, caddies and other golf notables during the delays and otherwise Thursday.

• • •

Pre-tournament coverage

Day, Westwood, Johnson headline Barclays predictions

Tiger Woods? Nope. Phil Mickelson? Nope. Our fantasy panel is liking the chances of Jason Day, Lee Westwood and Dustin Johnson at the Barclays this week. Take a look at all of the predictions here.

Hole-by-hole: Liberty National starts FedEx Cup

The leading 125 players on the FedEx Cup points list are eligible to play this week at Liberty National in The Barclays, and they return to a course that was not met with glowing kindness when it first (and last) held the event.

Crane releases rap video about being 'Bubble Boy'

Looks like Ben Crane is going solo. One of the four members of the uber-popular "Golf Boys," Crane released a solo rap record, where he gets into being the "Bubble Boy" -- or 125th in the FedEx Cup standings.

Who has had the better year, Scott or Woods?

Who has had the better year, Adam Scott – with his only victory, which came at the Masters, or Tiger Woods, who has five wins, but zero of them are majors? You tell us.

Tour notes: Missing cuts? Points has made it work

Missing the cut in half your starts is not a formula that a lot of players would accept, yet D.A. Points has made it work in 2013. Then again, that’s what happens when you win and finish second in a short span of time.

Dufner's life after PGA win: "Not much has changed"

Jason Dufner is playing in his first tournament since winning the PGA Championship two weeks ago at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y.

Incredible legacy makes Tiger's major-less year stand out

It is in the books as a fifth straight major-less season for Tiger Woods, but as is the case frequently with him, the negative topics simply make you realize how incredible a legacy he has forged.

Woods dealing with stiff neck, back at Barclays

Tiger Woods was dealing with a stiff back and neck at Liberty National on Wednesday morning. He only played nine holes of his pro-am.

Ping gives Hunter Mahan a gold-plated putter

When Ping staff players win a tournament, the company honors them with a gold-plated putter. Hunter Mahan received one for another special reason: the birth of his daughter.

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