2013 AT&T National: Biggest Winners and Losers

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2013 AT&T National: Biggest Winners and Losers
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Nineteen year old Jordan Spieth made a splash at the AT&T Natonal

The 2013 AT&T National could have been known as the self-sponsored event that Tiger Woods couldn’t play in due to a prolonged elbow injury.

Or it could have been the one where a 19-year-old golf prodigy came close to whipping a highly competitive field with his precocious play.

Or, the event where British Open contenders fell by the wayside.

At the very least, the AT&T proved to be a tough outing for all, at one point having four players locked into a tie for first going into the last day.  The 7,569 yard reconditioned Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD is the second-longest course on the tour and it fought off contenders mightily.

Add a rain-delay to the mix, and the tournament turned on the tenacity of a tough Bill Haas who won for the fourth time in four years by scoring six birdies on Sunday.

Take a look at the winners and losers coming out of the AT&T, many of whom can’t wait to get to the next venue.

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