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2012 AT&T National Pictures

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GolfWRX is at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland this week capturing the best pictures, spy shots and video behind the ropes.

2012 AT&T National Tournament
Congressional Country Club, Bethesda, MD
Architect: Devereut Emmet / Rees Jones
Par: 71
Yardage: 7,574 (2011)
Grass: Bentgrass (Fescue Rough)
Stimp: 14.5 ft
Bunkers: 96
Water Hazards: 5

Galleries:
2012 AT&T National Pictures – Monday, Part 1
2012 AT&T National Pictures – Monday, Part 2
2012 AT&T National Pictures – Tuesday, Part 1
2012 AT&T National Pictures – Tuesday, Part 2
2012 AT&T National Pictures – Tuesday, Part 3
2012 AT&T National Pictures – Tuesday, Part 4

Bonus Galleries
Pros testing the Titleist 913 Driver on the range at 2012 AT&T National
What’s in the Bag: Brendan Steele
What’s in the Bag: Marc Leishman, 2012 Travelers Champion
What’s in the Bag: Beau Hossler, impressive amateur from the 2012 US Open at Olympic

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