2012 Barclays Photos from Bethpage Black

by   |   August 21, 2012
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GolfWRX is at the Black Course this week bringing you more of the best photos from the course and the range on the PGA Tour.  Some photos are below.  Click the links for all the pics.

The Barclays
August 21-26, 2012
The Black Course at Bethpage State Park
Farmingdale, NY
Yards: 7,468
Par: 71

CLICK HERE FOR THE COMMENT/GALLERY THREAD IN THE GOLFWRX FORUMS.

Photo Galleries:
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: The Black Course Hole-By-Hole
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Monday Part 1
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Monday Part 2
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Tuesday Part 1
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Tuesday Part 2
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Tuesday Part 3
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Tuesday Part 4
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Tuesday Part 5
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Wednesday Part 1
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Wednesday Part 2
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Wednesday Part 3
The 2012 Barclays Photo Gallery: Wednesday Part 4

Special Galleries (Comment in thread):
Titleist 913 Fairway Woods and Hybrids from the Tour Van and Range
Luke Donald Testing Mizuno MP-64 Irons and T4 Wedges at the Range
Kevin Streelman’s Yardage Book from The Black

 

Special Galleries (Comment in thread):
Titleist 913 Fairway Woods and Hybrids from the Tour Van and Range
Luke Donald Testing Mizuno MP-64 Irons and T4 Wedges at the Range
Kevin Streelman’s Yardage Book from The Black
FIRST LOOK: Mizuno JPX-825 Drivers, Fairway Woods & Hybrids

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. ben

    August 22, 2012 at 11:57 pm

    Their driving range ball prices are strange. The more balls you buy the more they cost per ball. Haha. Usually, the more you buy the less the cost per ball.

  2. Douglas Ball

    August 21, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    The warning sign at the first tee of the Black has become famous, but I’m surprised nobody has commented or posted a picture of the old sign from the 70′s. As a teenager in the early 70′s I used to play the Black for 3 bucks on a weekday! Ironically, it was the easiest course to get on (shortest waiting time) because many didn’t want to play it. The sign back then read, “….. which is not recommended for beginners”. When the sign was changed to “highly skilled golfers” it lost a lot of its charm. Maybe some oldtimer can find and post a picture of it. I wish I pulled the original out of the trash back then as I’m sure it would be museum material today, or worth big bucks to a collector.

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