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Posted: August 22, 2007
Here are a few more photos from Wednesday's action at Westchester. That's a wrap for us from The Barclays. We'll be back with more next week from the Deutsche Bank Championship outside Boston.
Titleist ambassador Ben Curtis donned his New York Giants colors today. Curtis, who wears the uniform colors and logo of the local NFL team in the city where he plays, said he will alternate daily between the Giants and Jets this week.
The rain has lifted and the Pro-Am is underway here at The Barclays. The morning session, which teed off at 7:30 EDT featured several Titleist ambassadors, including Adam Scott, Steve Stricker, Zach Johnson and Davis Love III. With the near washout yesterday, many players are seeing the course for the first time today and are using the Pro-Am to gather all the yardages and research that they need before the first round tomorrow. While the pictures may not show it, the Westchester Country Club features a lot of elevated tees and greens which means blind shots throughout, so course knowledge is imperative. Check out these pics from the morning Pro-Am, including what some of the Titleist players have in the bag this week.
Wednesday is a great day to add to your autograph collection as these fans did when they met up with Titleist ambassador Adam Scott.
Posted: August 21, 2007
Well, there wasn't much golf being played at Westchester Country Club this afternoon as the rain really intensified and the temperatures continued to drop (62° F at last check). Some players came out briefly to hit a few balls or work on the putting green but most decided to head home and rest up for tomorrow. We've been assured the weather will improve overnight with a much warmer and drier day on tap for tomorrow. We'll see you then with more images and updates from The Barclays. Click here for the Tuesday afternoon photo gallery.
Titleist ambassadors Nick Watney (left) and Troy Matteson were two of the players who battled the elements to get in some practice this afternoon.
Rain is the story of the day here at The Barclays in Harrison, N.Y. The heat and humidity that has followed the Tour the past few weeks has been replaced with persistent rain and cool temperatures. There has been a steady stream of players visiting the Titleist Tour Van, however, looking to make adjustments to their equipment in preparation for this week's action. The practice range and putting green have been fairly quiet so far, but we're beginning to see more and more Titleist players brave the elements to ensure they're in top form this week. Check out the photo gallery here for more from Tuesday at The Barclays.
The range was empty for most of the morning but that didn't prevent these diehard Titleist fans from staking out a good spot to wait for their favorite players to show up.
Posted: August 20, 2007
We're on-site this week at The Barclays, the first event of the PGA TOUR's inaugural FedEx Cup playoff format. There was not much action at the course today as much of the field had not arrived yet. We did catch up, though, with Titleist ambassadors Zach Johnson, Bill Haas, and George McNeill on the range and in the Tour Van. Be sure to check out the photos from Monday.
On-site at The Barclays, the first event of the PGA TOUR's inaugural FedEx Cup playoff format.