GOLF.com goes deep inside the numbers and reveals facts about the top performers at the 2007 Wachovia Championship

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5 Things You Didn't Know ... Wachovia Championships 1. Wait 'Til He Learns to Putt Tour rookie Anthony Kim picked up his fourth Top 10 of the season by finishing T5 at the Wachovia Championship. The 22-year-old former standout at the University of Oklahoma ranks 5th in Driving Distance (301.8 yards), 8th in Greens in Regulation (68.22) and 2nd in Ball Striking (Total Driving + Greens in Regulation). Maybe it's time to put in some time on the practice green—Kim ranks 113th in putts per round (29.49) and has 3-putted 28 times in 43 rounds in 2007, ranking him 121st in 3-Putt Avoidance. • Instruction: Read Greens Like a Pro • Instruction: Improve Your Speed Control on Putts
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2. Mickelson Hits a New Low Two weeks ago Phil Mickelson caused a stir when he announced that he was leaving full-swing coach Rick Smith to start working with Butch Harmon. His goal is to start hitting more fairways. Mickelson finished T3 at the Wachovia Championship, but he hit only 39.29% of the fairways for the week, his worst performance of the season. • See Phil Mickelson's complete stats and results • Instruction: Hit More Fairways and Cure Your Slice
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3. What a Difference a Day Makes On Saturday, South Africa's Rory Sabbatini set a competitive course record at Quail Hollow by shooting 64 in soggy conditions. But Sunday, paired in the last group with Tiger Woods, Sabbatini shot a disappointing 74. His Driving Distance Sunday was 38.7 yards shorter than Saturday's, he hit five fewer greens in regulation (14 Saturday vs. nine Sunday), and he needed five more putts (24 Saturday vs. 29 Sunday). • Rory Sabbatini's complete stats and results • Add yards with the New Power Move
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4. Stricker's a Short Game Sultan Averaging just 278 yards per drive (135th on the PGA Tour), Steve Stricker, who finished 2nd at the Wachovia Championship, relies on his short game and putting to put him in contention. Not only does he rank No. 1 in scrambling from the rough and No. 2 in scrambling overall, but Stricker is 6th in one-putts this season. At the Wachovia, his 38 one-putt greens and 1.63 putts per green in regulation both ranked 1st for the week. • See Steve Stricker's stats and results • Instruction: Read Greens Like a Pro • Instruction: Improve Your Speed Control on Putts
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5. No Need to Play More For Woods Winning the Wachovia not only earned Tiger Woods a check for $1,134,000, but he also went home with 4,500 FedEx Cup points. He now leads the season-long points race with 16,598. Vijay Singh is 3,016 points behind — even though he has played seven more events! In fact, if you split Woods's point total in half and gavethem to two players, they would be in 6th and 7th place overall in the standings! • See Tiger Woods's stats and results • Instruction: Hit Chips Like Tiger • Instruction: Add Tiger-like power to your tee shots