AT&T National at Congressional Country Club | July 5-8, 2007

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Course Of Action

» Thomas Boswell | Relatively few things move TigerWoods to almost childlike excitement, but the combination of Washington and Congressional have got him in their grip.

» More Boswell Columns

Inaugural Success Is All Tiger's

» Michael Wilbon | Golfers aren't accustomed to being supportive of anything in a team sense, but they appear to be in lock-step behind Tiger Woods's in pulling off the AT&T National.

» More Wilbon Columns

Tiger Has Tales to Tell

» Sally Jenkins | Normally reluctant to let anyone get too close, Tiger Woods opened up Tuesday at Congressional.

» More Jenkins Columns

Special Section

The Kids Are Alright

» Oh Baby! | The effect of fatherhood on Tiger Woods has been an open question. For an answer, look no further than Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson.

No. 1 Like No One Before

» Life at the Top | As the dominant golfer of this century, Tiger Woods has reaped riches and encountered challenges his predecessors could never have imagined.

His Own Back Yard

» Bag Man | Mike "Fluff" Cowan, a PGA tour caddie since 1978, is a member at Congressional Country Club, and he caddied for Tiger Woods at Congressional in the 1997 U.S. Open.

Watching Grass Grow (Closely)

» 11.5 on the Stimpmeter? | A course maintenance staff of more than 60 has worked hard to ensure that the greens are appropriately fast and the rough properly punishing.


What's In the Bag?

» Inside the Game | As some players in this week's AT&T National field demonstrate, golf provides ways to show individual style. (PDF)

Tee for Two

» Pro vs. Reporter | When a PGA Tour pro and a weekend duffer hit Hains Point, the results can be unpredictable.

» Graphic: Playing Hains Point


» Obsessed With a Golf Star | Being a sportswriter means no cheerleading. But The Post's Eli Saslow is still loyal to a one-of-a-kind golfer.

A Guide to Washington Golf

» Swing | Our special section includes an interactive map of courses in the Washington area, video, galleries and a lot more.


Driving Accuracy: 73.2%
Driving Distance: 308.8
Driving Accuracy: 28.75


Driving Accuracy
1. Furyk - 82.1%
1. Kanada - 80.4%
3. Browne - 76.9%
3. Gay - 76.9%
5. Three Tied - 73.2%
Driving Distance
1. Couch - 327.0
2. Garrigus - 326.0
3. Warren - 320.6
4. Trahan - 318.8
5. Allenby 318.5
1. Mediate - 28.0
2. Ogilvie - 28.5
2. Pampling - 28.5
2. Quinney - 28.5
5. Six Tied - 28.75


Take a closer look at some of the notable players in the field. (PDF)
» Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3


» Leonard Shapiro -- Tuesday

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