How it happened: Scott holds off Tiger at Barclays

Adam Scott during the final round of The Barclays, the first event of the 2013 FedEx Cup playoffs on PGA Tour, at Liberty National.

Adam Scott during the final round of The Barclays, the first event of the 2013 FedEx Cup playoffs on PGA Tour, at Liberty National.

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Adam Scott fired a 5-under 66 on Sunday to claim an improbable victory at the Barclays, holding off the injured Tiger Woods (69), Justin Rose (68), Gary Woodland (73) and Graham DeLaet (65) by a single shot.

Scott birdied the par-4 16th for the deciding difference, with Woods coming up an inch short on a birdie putt on the 18th hole to force a playoff. Rose was tied with Scott heading to the 18th, but three-putted from 20 feet to hand Scott the title.

Woods was non-committal in his post-round interview with CBS about playing next week at the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. He confirmed that he felt his ailing back begin to spasm on the 12th hole and then the pain took over on his second shot at the par-5 13th -- a swing that saw him hit a ball 40 yards wide of the green and into the water.

"It actually started the hole before; my little tee shot there started it. Thirteen just kind of accentuated it," said Woods.

Woods still battled back with birdies at Nos. 16 and 17, but his approach at 18 left him in a tough spot off the green.

"I had a chance; I don't know how I hit that 8-iron that far . . . Flew it almost to the flag. . . . I hit a good putt, thought I'd made it, it was a little double-breaker, and I thought I poured it right in the heart," said Woods.

See how it all unfolded on Sunday with our Tracker:

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Leaderboard update: 6:05 p.m. EDT

After a sensational shot to about 10 feet above the hole, Woodland misses his birdie putt to the left of the hole and Adam Scott wins his second title of the season.

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Leaderboard update: 5:55 p.m. EDT

Gary Woodland is the last player that could tie Adam Scott and he splits the fairway at No. 18. Woodland has missed two prime birdie opportunities at Nos. 16 and 17.

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No. 18: Par 4, 490 yards

Well, Tiger has battled back to put himself in a position to force a playoff with a birdie. Couldn't ask for much more after his injury flaring up on No. 13.

Off the tee: Fairway metal here and Tiger pounds it down the middle. He winces in pain right after contact, but couldn't ask for a better position in the fairway.

Approach shot: From 130 yards, Tiger takes a big rip and hits pin-high, but runs off the side of the green. He'll have about 25 feet to the hole to try and tie Adam Scott in the clubhouse.

Around the green: Tiger leaves it an inch short. Yes, an inch short. And he settles for a par. He thought he had that one. And so did the crowd.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (10 under for tournament)

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No. 17: Par 4, 445 yards

That's one down with two to go for Tiger. Adam Scott is now the solo leader in the clubhouse at 11 under after an 18-hole bogey from Justin Rose.

Off the tee: Tiger finds the middle of the fairway and leaves himself less than 150 yards.

Approach shot: Tiger hits a beautiful pitching wedge to about 6 feet under the hole.

On the green: Tiger nails this one and he heads to the final hole needing a birdie to force a potential playoff.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Justin Rose three-putts from 20 feet and falls out of a tie for the lead behind a 3-under 68. Adam Scott is now the solo leader, with Tiger Woods and Gary Woodland the only ones with a chance to catch him.

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No. 16: Par 4, 325 yards

Tiger will need three birdies on his way in to tie Adam Scott's current clubhouse lead. Co-leader Justin Rose is on the 18th after a narrow birdie miss on 17.

Off the tee: With 3-wood in hand, Tiger goes for the green here and he comes up about 10 yards short of the green. With the pin in the front, he'll chip for eagle. Big shot there.

Around the green: He actually chooses to putt, and Tiger leaves it 2 feet short of the cup.

On the green: A big birdie. Just needs two more to potentially force a playoff.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (9 under for tournament)

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No. 15: Par 4, 481 yards

Some lengthy holes upcoming (outside of 16) and Tiger will need to be able to attack if he wants to catch Adam Scott and Justin Rose at 11 under. He might be looking at just getting to the clubhouse with a top 10 under his belt.

Off the tee: Tiger takes a solid rip with fairway metal, but comes across himself as he knees buckled a bit and he finds the fescue on the left side of the fairway.

Approach shot: Tiger actually rips at it with an iron and puts it in a greenside bunker on the left. Grabs at his back right after the shot.

Around the green: Tiger hits a solid sand shot here, leaving himself with 10 feet for par.

On the green: Tiger can't get this one to drop and he'll have to birdie in to tie for the lead.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (8 under for tournament)

• • •

No. 14: Par 3, 150 yards

Adam Scott being in the clubhouse at 11 under is starting to look pretty solid, as the day's final groups are playing unsteadily. Now, can Tiger really take a swing with his stiff back?

Off the tee: With pitching wedge, Tiger takes an easy swing and will have 25 feet for birdie. He has some long par-4s ahead, but it's not likely he can take a full rip with driver.

On the green: Tough putt to read, but Tiger gets his birdie attempt to about 18 inches and a solid par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (9 under for tournament)

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No. 13: Par 5, 563 yards

Tiger would like to have that putt back at No. 12, as he could have made it a five-way tie for the lead. Instead, he'll move to the last par 5 on the course. He's 2 under on the par-5s today.

Off the tee: Tiger takes fairway metal and hammers it up the left side, getting a nice kick out of the rough and it runs for an extra 40 yards.

Second shot: With fairway metal from just over 250 yards, Tiger tries to play a huge cut into the green, but instead goes down to his knees in pain. He finds the water left with the shot, which is about 40 yards left of the green.

Fourth shot: After a lengthy delay to determine where to drop his ball, Tiger hits a solid pitch that leaves him with 35 feet to save par.

On the green: Tiger two-putts for a bogey and is two shots off the lead. Chappell also bogeys to fall out of a tie for the lead.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (9 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Adam Scott takes the clubhouse lead with a 5-under 66 that leaves him at 11 under for the tournament.

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No. 12: Par 4, 431 yards

Well, that was an interesting turn of events, as Tiger is just one back again after Chappell's sloppy double bogey on No. 11.

Off the tee: Iron here for Tiger and he likes it. He does immediately start stretching his back, the first time he has done so today.

Approach shot: From just over 150 yards, Tiger takes wedge and likes it immediately and will have 10 feet for birdie.

On the green: Tiger gives it a good chance, but it skirts by on the right and he taps in for a par. Needed that one.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Justin Rose has joined Gary Woodland, Adam Scott and Kevin Chappell in the lead after a birdie at No. 13. They are ahead of three others at 10 under, including Tiger, Graham DeLaet and Bubba Watson.

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No. 11: Par 3, 250 yards

A two-shot swing for Woods and Chappell on No. 10, in favor of Chappell, as he now is two ahead of Gary Woodland and three in front of Tiger.

Off the tee: Tiger takes 4-iron and hits the middle of the green, leaving himself 20 feet for birdie. Chappell misses the green well to the right.

On the green: Tiger tried to walk this one in, missing by less than an inch to the left of the hole and he settles for a solid par. Chappell pays the price of missing the green and picks up a double-bogey and is tied for the lead, just one ahead of Tiger.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: After finding water off the tee, Matt Kuchar picks up a triple-bogey on the par-4 9th to fall back to 8 under.

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No. 10: Par 4, 496 yards

A bogey-free front nine for the second-to-last group of Woods and Chappell, with the latter holding a one-shot lead with nine to play. Tiger is among three players one back.

Off the tee: Tiger hits his first bad tee ball of the day, failing to fade his fairway wood and it stays left and goes into a bunker.

Approach shot: With 6-iron, Tiger tries to get it to the front-left pin, but comes up short again for the second consecutive hole. Will be a very tough up-and-down, as he'll have little green to work with.

Around the green: Another flop here for Tiger and it catches a ridge that causes it to settle 35 feet away. Took a chance there and paid the price.

On the green: Tiger nearly makes the long par putt, but leaves himself 5 feet for bogey. He makes that to limit the damage. That ends a 20-hole bogey-less streak for Woods. Chappell makes a 6-footer for biride to move to 13 under.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Graham DeLaet is the new clubhouse leader after a 6-under 65 put him at 10 under for the tournament.

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No. 9: Par 4, 474 yards

Tiger looking solid today, but even more impressive is how Kevin Chappell is handling the pressure of playing with the World No. 1. Chappell up by a stroke on Tiger, Kuchar and Woodland.

Off the tee: Tiger takes 3-wood here and finds the short rough on the right side. Chappell follows him there.

Approach shot: Tiger starts it a bit too far left and comes up short of the green, but with a good angle to chip toward the hole from about 20 yards. Chappell finds the green, about 30 feet from the hole.

Around the green: Tiger hits it a bit too hard and sends it 8 feet past the hole. The ninth hole is playing as Sunday's toughest.

On the green: And he drains it. Very nice putt there and stays within a shot after Chappell two-putts for a par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 3 under (11 under for tournament)

• • •

No. 8: Par 5, 611 yards

Steady play seems to be working for Tiger, who has done well to recover from a pair of errant shots on the last two holes. He remains one back of Kuchar and Chappell.

Off the tee: Tiger takes the big stick here and slides it up the right side of the fairway.

Second shot: Really little chance of getting to the green, so Tiger just lays up into the middle of the fairway within wedge range.

Approach shot: After watching Chappell knock it to 5 feet, Tiger gets inside of him at 4 feet. Incredible back-to-back shots.

On the green: And another birdie for Tiger, but remains one back after Chappell matches the birdie.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 3 under (11 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Gary Woodland makes a 25-footer for birdie on No. 6 to move back to 11 under, but now trails Chappell by a stroke.

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No. 7: Par 4, 467 yards

Big birdie there for Tiger, who is now within one of the lead held by Matt Kuchar and Kevin Chappell.

Off the tee: Tiger with driver here and overcooks it a bit to the left, flirting with the cart path.

Approach shot: Tiger takes aim at the pin and gets a nice kick forward from just beyond a bunker, leaving it about 25 feet under the hole.

On the green: Tiger reads a bit more right-to-left break and sends the birdie putt about 2 feet past. He makes that to stay one back.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Co-leader Kevin Chappell has opened with seven consecutive pars while playing with Tiger. Phil Mickelson ends his round with a bogey and cards a 6-under 65 and finishes at 9 under for the tournament.

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No. 6: Par 5, 538 yards

Nice birdie at No. 5, especially heading into the day's first par 5. Tiger was 2 under on the par-5s on Saturday after being only 1 under over the first two rounds.

Off the tee: With 3-wood in hand, Tiger rips a low-liner down the middle of the fairway and it carries more than 300 yards.

Second shot: Tiger is mighty mad after this one, as he needs only iron into the green, but overcooks it left and into the gallery around the green.

Around the green: Quite a good flop from Tiger out of the fescue here, getting it to about 10 feet right of the hole.

On the green: Tiger drains it. Big up-and-down there from Tiger and he's just one off the lead.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 2 under (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Bubba Watson nearly chips in for eagle on No. 6 and settles for a birdie to move to 10 under, only one off the pace after Gary Woodland has to take a drop after an errant tee shot at No. 5 and picks up double-bogey to fall out of the lead. Kevin Chappell and Matt Kuchar share the lead at 11 under.

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No. 5: Par 4, 427 yards

Tiger is staying steady, but others around him are making a move, as he has moved down the leaderboard with his opening pars.

Off the tee: Fairway metal here and he hammers it down the throat of the fairway. Water left too, but didn't even seem to be affected by it.

Approach shot: From just over 150 yards, Tiger nearly puts it in the hole, settling 18 inches from the cup. He liked it right away.

On the green: Easy birdie here and he moves to within three of Woodland's lead.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: 1 under (9 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Gary Woodland makes a 12-footer for birdie on No. 4 to take the outright lead at 12 under. Justin Rose misses a 25-footer for eagle on No. 6, settling for a tap-in birdie to move to 9 under and three off the lead.

• • •

No. 4: Par 3, 193 yards

There are some low numbers out there today, but Tiger has five putts through three holes, so he's yet to take advantage of the course.

Off the tee: With 8-iron, Tiger takes on the flag, but the ball hits a bit too far into the green and bounds past the hole and into a gully behind the green.

Around the green: Tiger hits a nice putt from off the green to about 2 feet and taps in for another par. He remains three back.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (8 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Phil Mickelson moves to 7 under on his round with a 5-footer at No. 15 and is now 10 under, one shot off the lead. Meanwhile, Adam Scott and Bubba Watson are T-5 at 9 under. Scott birdied three in a row at Nos. 5-7 and followed with a par at No. 8. Watson birdied Nos. 1 and 4.

• • •

No. 3: Par 4, 395 yards

Things are heating up at the top of the leaderboard, now featuring a three-way tie for the lead and Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson only two back. Tiger is now three back.

Off the tee: Tiger takes fairway wood here and doesn't seem to like it after staring it down a bit. He does find the left side of the fairway however.

Approach shot: Playing a somewhat blind shot, Tiger is safely on the green and has 20 feet for birdie.

On the green: Tiger has to respect the speed here and comes up about 18 inches short of the cup. A third consecutive par to open the round.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (8 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: While many have opened their round with a birdie at Liberty National's first hole today and its front-left pin, the co-leaders Gary Woodland and Matt Kuchar open with bogey to fall into a three-way tie for the lead at 11 under with Kevin Chappell. Meanwhile, Phil Mickelson moves to 9 under with a birdie at No. 13.

• • •

No. 2: Par 3, 219 yards

Solid start, but Tiger will need plenty of birdies today and No. 1 offered an opportunity for that.

Off the tee: Tiger finds the green at No. 2, but leaves himself 35 feet over a ridge.

On the green: Tiger runs his birdie attempt about 5 feet past, but makes the comebacker for another par.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (8 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Adam Scott has three consecutive birdies -- on Nos. 5-7 -- to move to 9 under and three off the lead. Scott shot a 1-over 72 on Saturday.

• • •

No. 1: Par 4, 398 yards

Tiger Woods starts the day having been caught from behind by reigning Open Championship victor Phil Mickelson, who's 5 under through 12 holes to tie Woods, Jonas Blixt and David Lynn in fourth at 8 under for the week. Several players have made birdie at the first today, so let's see how Tiger opens his round.

• Off the tee: Tiger has been solid off the tee of late, and starts the day by finding the fairway inside the 150 marker with an iron.

Approach shot: With the pin in the front, Tiger tries to ease it onto the green, but finds the front fringe, about 15 feet from the hole.

Around the green: Tiger gets the birdie try close, but has to settle for par from about 18 inches.

TIGER ON THE ROUND: Even (8 under for tournament)

• Elsewhere on the course: Mickelson's birdie run ends at four straight with a par at No. 12.

• • •

Update No. 7: 1:34 p.m. EDT

While Phil Mickelson has the round of the day going at 5 under through 12 holes, Brian Gay finishes just a shot off the Open Championship victor's pace. Gay ends the day with a birdie for a 4-under 67 that brings him to even par for the tournament and T-46 as things stand.

Freddie Jacobson is 3 under through 12 holes, scattering four birdies and a bogey. Jacobson is 66th in points.

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Update No. 6: 1:21 p.m. EDT

Make that four in a row and five out of six, as Phil Mickelson drains a long birdie putt on No. 10 to move to 8 under, now just four off the lead. Mickelson is 6 under on his round and has eight holes to play. Kevin Chappell set the course record on Saturday with a 9-under 62.

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Update No. 5: 1:07 p.m. EDT

At No. 9, Phil Mickelson notches his third birdie of the day to improve to T-14 at 6 under. An Arizona State product, Mickelson has won the Waste Management Phoenix Open as well as his notable Open Championsip victory at Muirfield.

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Update No. 4: 12:47 p.m. EDT

Here comes Phil Mickelson – the reigning Open Championship victor birdies Nos. 6 and 8 to rise to 5 under and T-23. Mickelson began the week fourth in FedEx Cup points.

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Update No. 3: 12:24 p.m. EDT

Jason Kokrak eagles No. 3 and birdies the next to move to T-6 at 7 under, five shots back of co-leaders Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland. Kokrak, a Xavier product, started the tournament 95th in points; he finished T-3 at the AT&T National in June.

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Update No. 2: 12:05 p.m. EDT

Greg Chalmers, who had a hole-in-one yesterday, birdies the first to move to T-13 at 6 under to start his round. Chalmers started the week 122nd in points.

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Update No. 1: 11:57 a.m. EDT

Reigning PGA Championship winner Jason Dufner bogeys No. 7 to give back one of the birdies he carded during the early going. He's 1 under for his round after opening with a birdie and adding another at No. 5; Dufner is T-42 at 2 under.

Graham DeLaet, Hunter Mahan and Charl Schwartzel all birdied at No. 1 as well, moving to T-19 at 5 under. Mahan and Schwartzel have completed three holes, DeLaet two.

Phil Mickelson has started the day with five straight pars to remain 3 under, good for T-36.

• • •

Early risers

Erik Compton and Brian Gay are 3 under through 12 and 14 holes respectively, rising to T-42 at 2 under and T-50 at 1 over. Compton started the week 117th in FedEx Cup points, Gay 52nd.

Luke Donald, Kevin Stadler and Lee Westwood are 2 under and have yet to reach the turn. Donald is the best of the bunch, T-30 at 4 under for the tournament.

• • •

Slow starters

Josh Teater is 8 under through 13 holes, dropping to 11 over for the week; Martin Laird also is on that mark after posting a 5-over 76. Bob Estes and Marc Leishman also are 5 over today through six and nine holes, respectively.

• • •

Weather conditions

Expect more of the same as Saturday, with very little chance of rain according to weather.com; high temps should be near 80, with winds picking up late but still moderate.

• • •

Saturday's coverage

5 Things: Woodland rises to share of lead; Tiger hovers; more

Gary Woodland concedes he needs to credit his agent, who had pushed the decision to play in the Reno-Tahoe Classic, for the position he finds himself in: Tied for the lead through 54 holes of The Barclays.

McCabe: Welcome to Tour's 'projected' season

Beware the word “projected.” Treat it delicately and understand it’s more flexible than Camilo Villegas reading a putt. Take, for instance, the case of Ernie Els – who missed the cut at The Barclays but must keep watching to see if he could still play next week.

Chalmers, Choi ace 14th hole just a group apart

Moments after K.J. Choi one-hopped his tee shot at the picturesque par-3 14th into the heart of the cup for a hole-in-one in the third round of the Barclays, Greg Chalmers did the same, spinning back a pitching wedge from just beyond the hole for his second hole-in-one of the season.

How it Happened: Kuchar, Woodland share lead at Barclays

Matt Kuchar, who was atop the leaderboard after the second round, stayed there while Gary Woodland caught up; both are ahead of Kevin Chappell despite the latter's course record Saturday, with Tiger Woods not far behind.

Chappell eclipses Bradley's day-old course record at Liberty National

Keegan Bradley's record lasted but a day, as Kevin Chappell one-upped him to steal a Liberty National course record that had barely seen the light of day.

• • •

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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