Tiger Woods won the AT&T National by two strokes on the Congressional course in Bethesda Sunday.
After struggling for two years on the tour, Adam Scott has made some drastic moves. He fired his caddie and switched to a new belly putt; and judging from the results it seems to be working.
K.J. Choi is in contention to win the 2011 AT&T National, but he is continuing to train and focus on one goal; winning his first major championship.
Former PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, Rickie Fowler is showing off his golf game and not just his fashionable wardrobe at the AT&T National this year.
Robert Garrigus turned pro in 1997. But it’s only recently he’s started to emerge. Garrigus tied for third at the U.S. Open, and is in contention at Aronimink this week .
By Tuesday four players had pulled out of the AT&T National for various reasons. Tiger Woods is no longer associated with the event, and the quality of the field has lagged as a result.